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Field Days 2022 Results: Pedal tractor Pulls

AT ADDISON County Fair and Field Days last week, 5-year-old Jake Murphy of Weybridge really works in in the kids’ tractor pull and he won first-place in his age group. Independent photo/Steve James

NEW HAVEN — The following lists the results for the Pedal Tractor Pull at Addison County Fair and Field Days on Thursday, Aug. 11.

4-year-olds: 1. Connor Hillman, Salisbury; 2. John Quesnel, Leicester; 3. Henry Lussier, Middlebury; 4. Maddux Barnes, Cornwall; 5. Simeon Knott, Middlebury; 6. Bryce Audet, Bridport; 7. George Powers, Cornwall; 8. Calvin Compagna, Cornwall; 9. Beace Joyal, Williston.

5-year-olds: 1. Jake Murphy, Weybridge; 2. Owen Cash, Ripton; 3. Tatum Hillman, Salisbury; 4. Avalee Barnes, Cornwall; 5. Calvin Martin, Roxbury; 6. Soren Peterson, N. Clarendon; 7. Bentley Moore, Charlotte; 8. Asher Perkins, Brandon; 9. Ellis, Shoreham; 10. Harper Perkins, Brandon; 11. Karmen Perkins, Brandon.

6-year-olds: 1. LC Wood, Shoreham; 2. Celia Barnes, Cornwall; 3. Luke Quesnel, Leicester. 4. Calvin Deppman, Cornwall; 5. Colin Compagna, Cornwall.

7-year-olds: 1. Bryce Wood; 2. Charlie Martin, Roxbury; 3. Cowen Wood, Shoreham; 4. Austin Knott, Middlebury; 5. Rowen Perkins, Brandon; 6. Charlie Lussier, Middlebury.

8-year-olds: 1. Trent Booska, Orwell; 2. John, Weybridge; 3. Clayton, Shoreham; 4. Paige, Addison; 5. Camden B., Rollinsford, N.H.

9-year-olds: 1. Evan Wood, Shoreham; 2. Brett Wood, Shoreham. 3. Silas Audy, Waltham; 4. Liam Knott, Middlebury.

10-year-olds: 1. Timmy Wright, Shoreham; 2. Cadogan Benedetton, Rollinsford, N.H.

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