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Each entrant got to race three times, once on each of the track’s three lanes. He received points for coming in first, second or third. In case of a tie, they looked at the speed of each car, which usually hit somewhere near the 200 mph mark. Each den had its top three winners who went on to the finals.
For the Bears, Teddy Fischer came in first, Justin Daughtry came in second and Texas Darby came in third.
Salem Scheppis came in first for the Tigers, while Joseph Daniel snagged second and Briar Thomas came in third.
In Weblos 1, Kris Kirby came in first, Nathaniel Achord second and Colton Dobbs third.
In Weblos 2, Caleb Painter came in first, David Zermeno second and Will St. John third.
Dalton Echols was leader of the pack for the Wolves, with Jason Huddleston nipping at his heels for second and Dylan McCain at third.
In the finals, Kris Kirby came in first, Joseph Daniel second and Teddy Fischer third.
There was also an “Outlaw” race for others who wanted to enter, including parents and siblings of the Scouts. Terence Painter came in first, Brody Tittle second and Gary Haagenson third.
At intermission, the adults strapped on cardboard “cars” and ran back and forth across the gym in a race, which Terence Painter also won.
Below is a photo gallery from the Pinewood Derby with photos of the winners included. Thanks to all that participated.
Article and Photography by Jeff Parish.