2018 Pie Fes­ti­val Re­sults

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Shown above are the Pie Fes­ti­val 2018 Queen and King, Nelda Rae and Jerry McPhaul, crowned dur­ing Pie Town’s an­nual fall fes­ti­val.

It was a day of fun, food, and pie. Re­sults are as fol­lows:

Pie Bak­ing Con­test

Grand Cham­pion: Glenna Cox with maple pe­can pie.

Youth Cat­e­gory: First Place Whit­ney Dunn with cherry berry al­mond; Sec­ond Place Brooke Dunn with but­ter ap­ple pe­can; Third Place: Dori Ko, with fig pie.

Fruit Cat­e­gory: First Place Cyn­thia Wel­ton with peach blue­berry; Sec­ond Place: Karen Bing­ham with sun­flower pear rasp­berry; Third Place: Su­san Lit­tle with dou­ble ap­ple pie.

Nut Cat­e­gory: First Place Robin La­mance with choco­late pe­can bour­bon; Sec­ond Place Glenna Cox with pe­can; Third Place Michele Bing­ham with cin­na­mon wal­nut swirl ap­ple.

Other Cat­e­gory: First Place Karla Noble with choco­late chip pie; Sec­ond Place Glenna Cox with sunny ap­ple pe­can; Third Place John Erz with le­mon chess pie.

Pie Fes­ti­val Pi-K Run

Over­all best times (male and fe­male): To­bias Probst 21.52; Al­lie Ed­wards 23.04.

55 and older: John Leeper 22.11; Tom Rus­sel 32.51 Mel Muller 43.26;

Bille Clark 44.01; Lif Strand 49.09; Pamela Keller 49.39

26-54 years: To­bias Probst 21.52; Kevin Boyko 23; Dan carter 24.21

Al­lie Ed­wards 23.04; Lau­ren Flynn 23.47; Hay­ley Mac­don­ald 24.38.

13-25 years: Noah Bu­gay­ong 22.26; Jaden An­gelus 23.23; Kevin John­son 23.38.

Kat­lyn Wil­liard 33.04; Ly­dia 34.34; Mindy Grand­jean 36.44.

12 and un­der: Jack Ge­orge 26.51; Matt John­son 27.1;

Reuel 30.43; Au­drey Jack­son 39.36; Zanna 42.

Pie Eat­ing Con­test

Ages 0-6: First Kade Hamil­ton, Sec­ond Lily Sis­neros, Third Eva Berg­eron

Ages 7-15: First Amado Chaidez; Sec­ond Rio Berg­eron; Third Amos Wor­ley

Ages 16+: First Kevin Tay­lor; Sec­ond Mar­tin Chaidez; Third Scott Smith.

Horn Toad Race

First Trevor Sauls­berry; Sec­ond Raeann Bru­ton; Third Avrila Sis­neros. Other events in­cludes the Three-Legged Race, the Eg­gSpoon Race, and the Sack Race with dif­fer­ent age cat­e­gories.

Pie Town Fire Sta­tion held a Health Fair with in­for­ma­tion on di­a­betes, high blood pres­sure and stroke, and it was the scene of the Pie Bak­ing judg­ing, which proved to be se­ri­ous busi­ness. Tri-State G&T/So­corro Elec­tric’s bal­loon gave rides in the morn­ing, the con­ces­sion stand sold pies and sou­venirs, ven­dors sold food and gifts, PHI Air Med­i­cal of So­corro and Grants gave tours of their he­li­copter, live mu­sic could be heard all day, and the event fin­ished with a raf­fle, din­ner, dance and pie auc­tion.

Over $5000 was raised by Pie Fes­ti­val to go to­ward new play­ground equip­ment for Jack­son Park.

More pho­tos and lists of the win­ners can be found on­line at piefes­ti­val.org.

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