2014 Chinook Derby results

The results are in for the 2014 Chinook Derby that took place in Sooke, August 2-3.

Diners gather on Sunday afternoon to enjoy an outdoor meal with fellow derby participants.

Open Category

 

  • Glen Hay, 33.90 LBS
  • Richard Morin, 29.15 lbs
  • Lily Collard, 28.75 lbs
  • Andrew Dawson, 28.50 lbs
  • Trevor Davidson, 26.50 lbs
  • Jay Schilling, 25.10 lbs
  • Dave Purnell, 24.65 lbs
  • John Morin, 24.35 lbs
  • Kevin Maycock, 23.80 lbs
  • Ron Traviss, 23.65 lbs

 

Ladies

  • Stephanie Wamsteeker, 24.00 lbs
  • Jean Kennedy, 22.30 lbs
  • Kim Barker, 2203. lbs

Seniors

  • Ron Triggs, 19.55 lbs

Hatchery fish

  • Linda Redlick, 21.35 lbs

Hidden weight

  • Mike Schroeder, 15.40 lbs

Juniors

  • Ben Ackenclose, 23.80 lbs
  • Cameron Henderson, 17.30 lbs
  • Abi Tamboline, 17.25 lbs
  • Lily Little, 16.95 lbs
  • Georgia Little, 15.90 lbs
  • Shelby Ens
  • Lucy Aikenclose
  • Jackson Smith
  • Memphis Dawson
  • Aiden Wilson
  • Kyle Brown
  • E. & O. E.
  • Tavis Olcen
  • Connor Warford

 

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