Local tossers host benefit horseshoe tourney for Willis family

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Local tossers host benefit horseshoe tourney for Willis family

  Last Saturday, friends and family of Willy Willis hosted a benefit horseshoe tournament at the General Kearny Sheriff’s Posse Arena. Teams from the Copper Basin area as well as Superior competed for first, second and third place trophies.

  The winners of the tournament were Angell Cardenas, Andrew Lopez, Badrian Contreras, Jesse Lopez, Joseph Lopez and placing first is Jesus Castellanos all from Superior.

  Many items were raffled and, with the concession stand open, there was yummy food to eat and fun for all.

Sameerah and Samayah Jackson seem to be enjoying burros from the concession.
One of the many horseshoe players at the tournament.
These guys were in charge of doing the cooking for the concession.
This participant lets go of his shoe hoping for a ringer.
Several participants were competing at the same time.
This participant concentrates on his throw

  The winners of the tournament were Angell Cardenas, Andrew Lopez, Badrian Contreras, Jesse Lopez, Joseph Lopez and placing first is Jesus Castellanos all from Superior.
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