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POMEROY — Winners in the antique tractor pull at the Meigs County Fair have been announced.


The winners were as follows:


4,000 pounds: Adam Bay of Albany with an 88 Oliver, first; Andrew Jarvis of Albany with a Farmall, second;’ Dalson Newell of Chester with a Farmall H, third; Mike Grinstead of Albany, with a Ford 960, fourth, and Noah Hysell of Middleport with a Farmall H., fifth.


4,500 pounds: Adam Bay of Albany, 88 Oliver, first; Kenny Brooks of Albany with a 88 Oliver, second; Dave McDaniel of West Virginia, an Oliver, third; Justin Cotterill Pomeroy, Farmall M, fourth, and Dallas Weber of Langsville with a JDA fifth.


5,500 pounds: Josh Vanhorn of Malta, with a Cockshut 40. first; Lee Swain of Tuppers Plains, JOG second; Justin Cotterill of Pomeroy, Farmall M., third; Travis Burbridge of Albany with a MMUB fourth, and Cody McDaniel of West Virginia, with a Farmall 460, fifth.


6,500 pounds: Tim Vanhorn of Malta, with a Cockshut 480, first; Lee Swain, Tuppers Plains, JDG, second; Dalla Weber of Langsville with a JDA third; Bill Burbridge, Albany with a MM, fourth; and G.B.Mann of Ripley, W. Va. with a Farmall M, fifth.


7,500 pounds: Kenny Brooks of Albany with a 770, first; Rusty Carnahan of Syracuse, with a JO720, second; Ralph no last name listed) of West Virgina with a JD, third; Randy Roach, Leon, W.Va., with a JD720, fourth, and Adam Ray of Albany, with a 460, fifth.


8,500 pounds: Dakata Carnahan, Syracuse with a JD720, first; Adam Ray with a Farmall 460, second; Kenny Brooks of Albany with a 770, third; Randy Roach of Leon, W. Va. with a JD720 fourth; and John Newell of Chester, with a JDR, fifth.


9,000 pounds: Randy Roach of Leon, W.Va. with a JD720, first; (no first name given) Carnahan of Syracuse with a JD720, second; Kenny Brooks of Albany, with a 770, third; John Newell of Long Bottom with a JDR fourth, and Tyler McDaniel of West Virginia with a JD 620, fifth.

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