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2022 Kiwanis WBR Sponsor Program

This annual program is published by Windfall Media Group for the Kiwanis Club of Placerville as a 'thank you' to the generous sponsors who support their biggest fundraiser of the year: The John M. Studebaker Running Wheelbarrow Races.

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KIWANIS CLUB OF PLACERVILLE
62 Years of Service to El Dorado County

Come Join Us!!! As a community service club, we focus our efforts 3
on the youth of our communities.
We invite you to be our
guest at one of our club Here is a partial list of events and activities
meetings. Placerville Kiwanis the members of our club support and provide:
meets every Wednesday,
with lunch meetings at SUPPORTING OUR YOUTH
12:00, except on the 4th
Wednesday of the month Academic Decathlon • Kiwanis One Day Projects • Easter Egg Hunt
when we meet at 6:00 p.m. Fishing Derby • Kiwanis Family House • Placerville Christmas Parade
All meetings are at the Boys & Girls Club Reading Project • Math Steeplechase
Smith Flat House. Service Leadership Program

Our meetings are SUPPORTING OUR COMMUNITIES
informative about
activities that our club are John M. Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races • National Night Out
involved in with our local Duffey Park Play Structures • Holiday Food Baskets
communities. We have a National Day of Prayer • Eliminate Project
great time sharing humor
and friendship. Often, SCHOOL & SERVICE LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS
we have a guest speaker.
Check our website for the Key Clubs – Union Mine, El Dorado & Ponderosa
latest information on our Builders’ Club – Markham Middle School
meetings. Aktion Club of El Dorado / MORE

This is the 62nd year of SUPPORT FOR COMMUNITY PROGRAMS
Placerville Kiwanis and
we are proud to bring New Morning • Ag in the Classroom • Boys and Girls Club
you the 74th annual Big Brothers and Big Sisters • Toys for Tots • El Dorado Jr. Livestock Auction
running of the John M. Placerville Parks and Rec • Sober Grad Nights at Local High Schools
Studebaker Wheelbarrow Imagination Theatre • County Youth League Wrestling
Races. For young and older
participants, we present the STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS
races on June 16 at
the raceway located on Academic Scholarships / Culinary Arts Scholarships
the El Dorado County Key Club Leadership Awards – Hope for America
Fairgrounds. The obstacle Key Leader Camp Scholarships • Robotics Club
course built by our members Sugarloaf Fine Arts Camp
will challenge our racers
and thrill our spectators. www.placer villekiwanis.org

We hope you enjoy this Kiwanis Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races 2018
iconic event which brings
back some of the history of
our great county.

Thank you for joining us.

Peter Wolfe
2017/2018 Club President

“Everyone Needs a Windfall”

It’s In Our Nature

Proud to Support the the 72nd Annual Studebaker Wheelbarrow Race

A COMMITMENT TO THE COMMUNITY

Three generations of local leadership dedicated to supporting communities in balance

Tree Hero Award – Sacramento Tree Foundation

Community Service Business of the Year
– El Dorado County Chamber of Commerce

America’s Best Community – National Association of Builders
Best Housing Development – The Village Life

Supporters of: • Boys & Girls Clubs of America Serrano Visitors Center (800) 866-8786
• El Dorado Arts Council 4525 Serrano Parkway (916) 939-4060
• El Dorado County Chamber • Sacramento Valley Conservancy El Dorado Hills serranoeldorado.com
of Commerce • El Dorado Musical Theatre
• El Dorado Hills Chamber Developers of Serrano, America’s Best Community
• Placerville Kiwanis Club The Parkway and Riverlake National Association of Builders

• Soroptomist International of Tree Hero Award
Cameron Park/El Dorado Sacramento Tree Foundation

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2018 WHEELBARROW EVENT SPONSOR

Thompsons family of dealerships

Leaders in the Business – Leaders in the Community

Kiwanis of Placerville is proud to announce and
thank Thomspons Auto Dealer for sponsoring this,
their 74th Running of the John M. Studebaker
Wheelbarrow Races.

In 1989, Ron Thompson and his wife, Betty, began their Buick®
first dealership in Placerville with two acres and 14 new
cars. Today, 29 years later, Ron and son, Jeff operate three community but worldwide endeavors as well. That
locations in their family of dealerships/service centers and support alone would garner them the title of “community
typically inventory about 500 new cars – a success story for supporters”, but it never stopped there. Carl Hagen,
sure, but make no mistake that their success has come with long time business owner, Placerville Kiwanian and board
a huge commitment to hard work for the entire family as member of several nonprofits, commented, “When I show
well as dedicated employees. up at the dealership or make a phone call to Ron or Jeff,
they know that ‘Hagen is looking for money again’ because
What stands out about Thompsons is their slogan, of their track record for support of the work of our local
“Family and Community First”. Why? Because it’s not just nonprofits, they are my go-to business for sponsorships”.
a slogan, it’s a lifestyle they have chosen and continue to The complete list of those sponsorships would fill a book,
uphold on a daily basis. Besides the obvious contribution but several that stand out would be, the Western Slope
to Placerville City and El Dorado County tax revenue and Boys & Girls Club, Toys for Tots, New Morning Youth and
employment for 153 local residents, they contribute to Family Services and Mother Lode Rehabilitation Services.
myriad local nonprofit organizations in various ways. Oh, and then there is their Foothill 7 television station that
routinely records feature stories that highlight nonprofit
Ron and Jeff have been members and strong supporters organizations at no cost. And if you haven’t yet noticed,
of the work and projects of Rotary of Placerville service the Community Event reader board on Placerville Drive is
club. The contributions of that club span not only local available for advertising your fundraising event, also free of
charge! Call 622-6232 to schedule.

“Everyone Needs a Windfall” When you visit the ThompsonsAuto.com website, you
will see that they have put much thought into making your
car buying or leasing experience an enjoyable one. They
believe that this should be not only memorable, but fun!
You can actually tour their Forni Road showroom on the
site as well as search specials, pre-owned vehicles and their
new car inventory. And now you know that their “Family
and Community First” slogan is the real deal!

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Studebaker Drivers’ Club

In the early 1850s, John M. Studebaker was best known in For the past few years, members of the Studebaker Drivers’
El Dorado County for the wheelbarrows he made for the Club have displayed their classic Studebaker autos and pickup
miners during the gold rush at his shop located in Placerville trucks at the John M. Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races.
(“Old Hangtown”). His wheelbarrows were so good that he
became known as “Wheelbarrow Johnny.” The Studebaker Corporation built vehicles until 1966.
Today, there are nearly 12,000 members of the Studebaker
However, his next venture after the gold rush occurred Drivers’ Club in many countries all around the world, including
when John Studebaker returned to South Bend, Indiana and Europe, South America, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa,
started his buggy and wagon company. Later, he made Canada and the United States. There are four chapters of the
horseless carriages and ultimately started the Studebaker club in Northern and Central California and Northern Nevada.
Corporation in 1852.

The Studebaker’s
100th Anniversary was
in 1952, just four years
before Placerville Kiwanis
was chartered. Kiwanis
International has also
been “Improving Our
World, One Child and
One Community at a
Time” for more than
a century.

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Placerville Kiwanis is proud to be part of the local Photos from the Studebaker Drivers’ Club
Studebaker heritage that began during the gold rush at the El Dorado County Fair.
and pleased that the Studebaker Drivers’ Club
is sharing the history of its vehicles with the citizens of
El Dorado County.

Placerville Kiwanis is excited that the Studebaker
Drivers’ Club will again be displaying vehicles at the
El Dorado County Fair for the 74th running of the
John M. Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races. We hope
you enjoy viewing these classic vehicles.

For more information about local Studebaker
events, contact Pat Dilling, President of the
Karel Staple Chapter at (530) 218-0641 or go to
www.hawktalks.com or go to the international website
at www.studebakerdriversclub.com.

Hours 55 Placerville Dr • Placerville
Mon-Fri 8:30am-8pm

Sun 10am-6pm

Buick® SaOtuPrEdaNys

We have 100s of vehicles on the web: Kiwanis Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races 2018 7
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“Everyone Needs a Windfall”

What is Kiwanis?

Kiwanis is a worldwide service organization of individuals who want
to improve their communities. As a group, they can achieve what one
person cannot do alone.

Kiwanis is not a social club or political society. It does not prescribe a
way of life for others. It does, however, act as a forum for diverse ideas and a means of providing community
service based upon a historic foundation of six Kiwanis objects;

To give primacy to the human and spiritual, rather than to the material values of life.

To encourage the daily living of the Golden Rule in all human relationships.

To promote the adoption and application of higher social, business, and professional standards.

To develop, by precept and example, a more intelligent, aggressive, and serviceable citizenship.

To provide, through Kiwanis clubs, a practical means to form enduring friendships, to render altruistic service
and build better communities.

To cooperate in creating and maintaining that sound public opinion and high idealism which make possible
the increase of righteousness, justice, patriotism, and good will.

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Kiwanis Family House

Placerville Kiwanis and its Service Leadership Programs able to completely remove it. To get
(the Aktion Club of El Dorado County, the Key Clubs at the rest of the tumor, Denise had
El Dorado, Ponderosa and Union Mine High Schools, to undergo a six week course of
and the Markham Builders’ Club) all support the Kiwanis targeted radiation therapy. One of
Family House. the most common side effects from this tumor is impaired
vision caused by damage to the optic nerve and the optic
The Kiwanis Family House (KFH) is a crown jewel in reception center of the brain. This happened to Denise.
the entire Kiwanis Family and just happens to be in our Another side effect is the build-up of fluid inside the brain
backyard. It was created 33 years ago, is located in cavity. Denise had to have what she refers to as a “brain
Sacramento and provides temporary housing and support drain” on a weekly basis. Since she could no longer drive,
to families of seriously ill or injured children and adults Denise couldn’t easily get to and from home to UCDMC
being treated at University of California Davis Medical for treatment.
Center and Shriners’ Hospital.
As a result, she was referred to
The KFH has served more than Kiwanis Family House for the duration
30,000 guest families from all 50 states of her treatment. Denise said that KFH
and 21 foreign countries. The average was “a true blessing for me and my
stay for a guest family is 3-4 days, but family. The brain drain and radiation
many families have stayed much longer take so much out of me that I would
while their loved ones recover at the not be physically able to get back and
hospitals. forth to Diamond Springs every day.
Staying here allows me to take the
To qualify to stay at the KFH, a hospital shuttle back here after my
person or family must live at least 35 treatment and just go to bed and rest.”
miles away. More than 200 families
from El Dorado County have been The staff and other guests at KFH
guests at the KFH. One of those were very supportive of her and her
was Denise Proctor. Denise started situation. “I have met so many sweet
to have some vision issues and her people during my stay. I can’t imagine what my life would
optometrist recommended she get some testing at UCD be like if Kiwanis Family House wasn’t here.”
Medical Center. She is a resident of Diamond Springs and
a mother of two, who worked as a real estate agent. At The KFH is proud to provide home-away-from-home
UCDMC, she was diagnosed with a rare brain cancer. The to families in times of medical crisis. Placerville Kiwanis,
medical specialists immediately recommended a course of its sponsored youth and the Aktion Club are proud to be
treatment that started with brain surgery. They removed as a supportive partner with the KFH.
much of the tumor as possible and considered the surgery
a success. Unfortunately, the nature of this tumor and its For more information about The Kiwanis Family House,
growth pattern prevented the surgical team from being go to www.kiwanisfamilyhouse.org.

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The Kiwanis Eliminate Project

and the Placerville Kiwanis – A Model Club

With The Eliminate Project, Kiwanis International To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than
and UNICEF have joined forces to eliminate maternal 100 million mothers and their future babies
and neonatal tetanus (MNT).
must be immunized
This deadly disease steals the lives of nearly 60,000
innocent babies and a significant number of women each Placerville Kiwanis is proud to be a small part
year. The effects of the disease are excruciating — tiny of helping Kiwanis International ELIMINATE this
newborns suffer repeated, painful convulsions and extreme worldwide disease.
sensitivity to light and touch.

Placerville Kiwanis is a “Model Club” for this project and
has pledged more than $46,500 to the effort. Kiwanis
International has now reached its goal of pledges of $110
million in US dollars for this international project. Most
importantly, the number of countries in the world with this
terrible disease has been further reduced due to this effort.

Placerville Kiwanis is fortunate to have a number of
members who are involved with Imagination Theatre (IT),
located in the El Dorado County Fairgrounds. In past
years, IT donated proceeds from shows totaling more than
$14,000 for the Eliminate Project. IT has greatly helped
Placerville Kiwanis meet its “Model Club” pledge.

To eliminate MNT from the Earth, more than 100 million
mothers and their future babies must be immunized. This
requires vaccines, syringes, safe storage, transportation,
thousands of skilled staff and more. Kiwanis and UNICEF
are eliminating MNT from the face of the Earth. And
in doing so, the project will reach the poorest, most
neglected mothers and babies with additional lifesaving
health care. The end of this one disease means the
beginning of better health for so many families.

Discover

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“Everyone Needs a Windfall” Site of
Studebaker’s Shop

His shop was built in the early 1850s. The front part housed a
blacksmith shop operated by Ollis and Hinds, and John Mohler
Studebaker rented a part of the rear. Here he had a bench and sort
of woodworking shop where he repaired and worked on wagon
wheels and the like. A little later he began to make wheelbarrows for
the miners’ use. He became engaged in the making of ammunition
wagons for the Union Army - from that grew his extensive wagon and

carriage business and, eventually, the automobile business.

Citation from California Office of Historic Preservation

California
Historical
Landmark

142
Studebaker’s

Shop Site

543 Main Street,
Placerville

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The El Dorado Community Foundation works to connect people who care with
cases that matter. Working with donors, community members, local government,
and nonprofit agencies we make positive impacts in our community; supporting
programs & passions such as these:

Tahoe Rim Trail Association El Dorado Union High School District Robotics Club,
TEAM 3189

El Dorado Community Foundation El Dorado Hills Community Services District
PO Box 1388, Placerville CA 95762 Kiwanis Studebaker Wheelbarrow Races 2018 19
eldoradocf.org

“Everyone Needs a Windfall”

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A TRADITION OF CARING

since 1986

See you at the 74th
John M. Studebaker
WHEELBARROW RACES!!

FREE pick-up, delivery & shuttle

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See the REAL Studebaker

Wheelbarrow!

at the County Historical Museum
(next to the Fairgrounds)
Open Wednesday - Sunday

Visit the website at http://museum.edcgov.us

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

AWARDED MOST INSPIRATIONAL

YEAR NAME AGE Photo courtesy Suzanne Wright

2017 Danielle Jastrab 28
2016 Avangeline Newman
2015 Miki Sparks 13
2013 The Village People 13
2009 Karen Barb 63
2007 Sean Golden
2005 Davey “Doc” Wiser Older ‘n dirt
2004 Eric Peterson (for giving
Doc a run for his money) 39+
2002 Davey “Doc” Wiser 35
2000 El Dorado High School Team 10
Joe McDonald / Danny Gallagher 13
1999 Davey “Doc” Wiser 7
1998 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett 7
1996 Kaitlin Lubetkin 6
1995 Wayne Hooper 6
1987 Michelle Mosbacher 8
1986 Amy Longwill
1983 Nathan Stubbs
1980 Tansy Stubbs
1979 Justin Darocci

EVERY SUNDAY 11AM–2:30PM

At El Dorado Station 1st & 3rd Sunday
At Shingle Springs Depot 2nd & 4th Sunday

Call (530) 409-8473 for more information

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Kiwanis of Placerville presents the

74th John M. Studebaker Wheelbarrow Race

Saturday, June 16, 2018 • Racetime at 7pm

ENTRY FORM

TO ENTER, complete entry form below and drop off at
El Dorado County Fair Office, 100 Placerville Dr, Placerville,

or at The Windfall, 484 Main Street, Diamond Springs,
or mail to: Kiwanis, P.O. Box 247, Placerville, CA 95667.

If turning in entry form day of race, entry forms must be turned in at the event by 4 pm – No exceptions!

www.studebakerwheelbarrowraces.com

For more information please contact Paul Zappettini at (916) 425-8909.

IMPORTANT: All contestants must attend the mandatory meeting on June 16, at 6 pm ON THE COURSE.
Failure to attend mandatory meeting is automatic disqualification and forfeiture of entry fees.

By affixing my signature hereunder, I do hereby waive, release, and forever discharge any and all rights, claims, and damages which I know
have or which may hereafter accrue to me against the County of El Dorado, El Dorado County Fair Association, Kiwanis Club of Placerville,
all other promoters and sponsors of this event, the promoting clubs and organizations, their respective officers, agents, members, repre-
sentatives, successors, and/or assigns for any and all damages which may be sustained or suffered by me in connection with traveling to,
participating in or returning from this event. I agree to abide by the rules and regulations of this event and represent that I am physically fit
and capable of participating in this event.

I understand that the sponsoring clubs and promoters of this event make no representation as to the fitness or soundness of any equipment
supplied for the participants’ use in this event and despite continuing efforts to make participation in the event a fun and safe activity that
some risk of accidental injury does exist. To the extent that such risk does exist, either known or unknown, I do hereby agree that by affixing
my signature to this Waiver I am expressly assuming that risk as my personal responsibility.

(PLEASE PRINT CLEARLY) For Applicants under 18 R Guardian’s Signature Required

Today’s Date: ______________________ Signature: ________________________________________________________________________

Contestant’s Name __________________________________________________________________________________________________

Age (on day of event) _______________ Sex ________

Address: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Email: _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

City: ____________________________________________________________ State: _____________________ Zip: ____________________

Phone: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________

RACE ENTERING: Please make checks payable
to Placerville Kiwanis.
R Championship Race • $50 (Before June 1, 2018) • $75 (After June 1, 2018)

1st Place: $1000

R Woman’s Race • $50 (Before June 1, 2018) • $75 (After June 1, 2018)

1st Place: $1000

R Old Timer’s Race • $40

1st Place: $200

R High School Team Race Challenge • NO CHARGE

1st Place: $200

R Teen Races • NO CHARGE • 1st Place: $100
R Youth Races • NO CHARGE • 1st Place: $100

Sponsor (Championship or Women’s Race only) ___________________________________________________________________________
(Optional)

FOR OFFICIAL RACE COMMITTEE USE ONLY

Date: __________________________ Time: __________________________ Initials: __________________________

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #8 – MEN’S RACE

50 LBS • LARGE WHEELBARROW

FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

2017 Levi Schnetz Brian Veerkamp Grant Krale Alejandro Lopez
2016 Levi Schnetz Brian Veerkamp
2015 Grant Krale Dan DeJager Spencer Tregilgas
2014 Brian Veerkamp Grant Krale
2013 Dylan Snyder Brian Veerkamp Alejandro Lopez Aaron Demay
2012 Brian Veerkamp John Barb
2011 Dylan Snyder Pierce Ackerman Alejandro Lopez Chris Curtis
2010 Pierce Ackorman Dylan Snyder
2009 Brian Veerkamp Pierce Ackerman Grant Krale Dan DeJager
2008 Derek Fassio Grant Krale
2007 Brian Veerkamp Pierce Ackerman Edward David McKinney
2006 Brian Veerkamp Paul B. Wilson
2005 Joe Kemp Stefan Schafer Brian Veerkamp
2004 Brian Veerkamp Mike Paiva
2003 Brian Veerkamp Randy Learch Brian McLean Brian Veerkamp
2002 Brian Veerkamp Joel Violet
2001 Brian Veerkamp Trent Williams Michael Christensen Tommy Konwinski
2000 Bill Rader Ben Borba
1999 Bill Rader Ben Borba Dan Dejager Brian Veerkamp
1998 Trent Williams Ben Borba
1997 Trent Williams Tod Parham Paul Wilson Mike Mcarty
1996 John Sutton Mike Paiva
1995 Dave Mosbacher Brandon Nelson Ben Butler Grant Krale
1994 Brandon Nelson Todd Parham
1993 Jeff Snyder Tom Dixom Davey “Doc” Wiser
1992 Todd Parham Mike Paiva
1991 Mike Paiva Trevor Skarda Dan Dejager Domenico Simeone
1990 Todd Parham John Sutton
1989 Jeff Snyder Joe Pestoni Milan Vukovich Erik Peterson
1988 Randy Grounds Jeff Snyder
1987 Dave Mosbacher Mike Paiva Michael Paiva Jordon Barnes
1986 Dave Mosbacher Phil Mosbacher
1985 Phil Mosbacher Mike Paiva Chris Delfino Joel Violet
1984 Randy Grounds Phil Mosbacher
1983 Phil Mosbacher Mike Paiva Brian Veerkamp Mike Paiva
1982 Phil Mosbacher Mike Paiva
1981 Dave Stangland Mike Visman David Mosbacher Brian Veerkamp
1980 Larry Wilson Mike Visman
Mike Paiva Andy Kotko

Mike Paiva Casey Spencer

Brian Veerkamp Tim Cockrell

John Sutton Eric Parham

Mike Paiva Gary Linowski

Mike Paiva Gary Linowski

Grayson Wood Chester Carsten, Jr.

Gary Linowski Mike Pettibone

Mike Paiva Joe Pestoni

Mike Paiva Trevor Skarda

Mike Paiva

Randy Grounds Jeff Snyder

Rick Rethford Ron Simms

Chris Delfino Dave Mosbacher

Mike Visman Larry Wilson

Mike Visman Jeff Snyder

Dave Lowe Clifford Hunt

Clifford Hunt Larry Wilson

Mark Stewart Antonio Samaniego

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Photo courtesy Suzanne Wright

FIRST SECOND THIRD FOURTH

1979 Russell Reed Mike Visman Scott Jenkins Rich Scherer
1978 David Yanko Don Mosbacher
1977 Scott Jenkins Russell Reed Carry Stover 2017
1976 Alan Deulper Henry Lucero Men’s
1975 Dave Stangland Rich Sherer Herb Stolternberg Race
1974 Larry Wilson Charles Chandle Winner:
1973 Ken Mosbacher Dave Stangland Mike Visman Alan D’agostini
1972 Mike Visman Ken Riggen Levi
1971 Mike Visman Dave Stangland Herb Stoltenberg Gilbert Swilsen Schnetz
1970 Mike Visman Ed Stoltenberg
1969 Mike Visman Herb Stoltenberb Mike Visman Glen Baker
1968 Dave Stangland Bruce Pomeroy
1967 Dave Stangland Roger Cline Mike Visman Charles Chandler
1966 Ed Stoltenberg Harley Weir
1965 Roger Cline Dave Stangland Bill Bacchi
1964 Ed Stoltenberg Glen Bird
1963 Dave Stangland Mike Visman Larry King Lou Brunello
1962 Olie Quiberg
1961 Dave Stangland Herb Stoltenberg Ed Toltenberg
1960
1959 Herb Stoltenberg Dave Stangland Wilburn Baxley
1958 Jerry Howard
1957 Herb Stoltenberg Roger Cline Ed Bacchi
1956 Don Baker
1955 Roger Cline Rod Lung Carter Hamilton
1954 Alvin Blank
1953 Roger Cline Mike Visman Lou Brunello
1952 Cecil Marks
1951 Dick Dickson Roger Cline L. L. Huntsman
1950 Cecil Marks
1949 Roger Cline Bruce Pomeroy Dick Armholt
1948 William Holton
1941 Ed Stoltenberg Bill Bacchi Laurence Kellog
1940 Bud Williams
Harold Neep Ed Stoltenberg

Ed Bacchi Alvin Balnk

Ed Stoltenberg

Bill Bacchi Herb Stoltenberg

Bill Bacchi Aldo D’agostini

Jerry Howard Bill Moxley

Jerry Howard Ed Bacchi

Jerry Howard Glen Baker

Glen Baker Bruce Pomeroy

Steve O’meara Glen Baker

Chet Carsten Lou Brunello

Chet Carsten Blaine Wishart

Chet Carsten Aldo Brunello

Chet Carsten Wayne Hicklin

Chet Carsten & Richard Riffey (Tied For First)

Chet Carsten Curt Coppin

Chet Carsten Wilfred Nedwood

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #7 – WOMEN’S RACE

30 LBS • SMALL WHEELBARROW

2017 FIRST SECOND THIRD
2016
2015 Makenzie Snyder Mila Olson Kara Reed
2014 Makenzie Snyder Maggie Case Rashell Veerkamp
2013 Makenzie Snyder Rashell Veerkamp Kara Reed
2012 Makenzie Snyder Kara Reed Madeline Majer
2011 Makenzie Snyder Ginny Carlson
2010 Makenzie Snyder Marcie Trujillo Sami Hawkins
2009 Sami Hawkins Marcie Trujillo Makenzie Snyder
2008 Sami Hawkins Kara Kale Maggie Williams
2007 Makenzie Snyder Chelsea Mcginnis Karen Wylie Norwood
2006 Makenzie Snyder Dr. Marcie Trujillo Karen Lylie-Norwood
2005 Karen Norwood Denise Gregerson Dr. Marcie Trujillo
2004 Chelsea Mcginnis Denise Gregerson Karen Lylie-Norwood
2003 Chelsea Mcginnis Denise Warner Marcie Trujillo
2002 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Chelsea Mcginnis Karen Lylie-Norwood
2001 Marcie Trujillo Maria Peterson Nancy Tresham
Chelsea Mcginnis Marcie Trujillo Denise Warner
Denise Warner Carrie Hagen Mary Ellen Szper

Photo courtesy Suzanne Wright

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

FIRST SECOND THIRD

2000 Marcie Trujillo Laura Blake Marcie Trujillo 2017
1999 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Denise Warner Marcie Trujillo Women’s
1998 Karen Wylie Dede Hanno Dorothea Verplancken
1997 Karen Wylie Denise Warner Karen Wylie Race
1996 Denise Warner Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Charlotte Kimball Winner:
1995 Julie Christensen Karen Le Febre Julie Christensen
1994 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Kelly Kalafatich
1993 Stacey Hustom
1992 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Chris Kyburz Tanya Boolootian
1991 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett
1990 Karen Le Febre Jody Snyder Tanya Boolootian Makenzie
1989 Audra Espinosa Jody Snyder Karen Le Febre Snyder
1988 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Peggy Wood
1987 Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Jolynda Wunschel Kaen Le Febre
1986 Audra Espinosa
1985 Kelly Kalafatich Audra Espinosa Tammy Foster
1984 Judy Mosbacher
1983 Kelly Kalafatich Tammie Foster Audrra Espinosa
1982 Peggy Christensen
1981 Peggy Christensen Judy Mosbacher-Pickett Kathy Russell
1980 Kelly Kalafatich
1979 Peggy Christensen Judy Mosbacher Kathy Russell
1978 Peggy Christensen
1977 Mimi Reinecke Peggy Christensen Audra Espinosa
1976 Lisa Foy
1975 Bev Anderson Peggy Christensen Judy Mosbacher
1974 Jan Volrath
1973 Rhonda Bidstrip Cindy Force Kelly Kalafatich
1972 Waldie Evans
1971 Ellen Ritter Lisa Boyle Kelly Kalafatich
1970 Shirley March
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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #6 – OLD TIMER’S RACE 2017
Old Timer’s
40 LBS • LARGE WHEELBARROW Race Winner:

2017 FIRST SECOND THIRD Erik
2016 Peterson
2015 Erik Peterson Donald Harden Davey “Doc” Wiser
2014 Erik Peterson Donald Harden Robert Dehl
2013 Erik Peterson Dean Marks Donald Harden
2012 Mark Schwartzmeyer Dean Marks Donald Harden
2011 Donald Harden Davey Wiser
2010 Paul Zappettini Davey Wiser Roger Miller
Jim Aldrink Davey Wiser Bill Snodgrass
Davey Wiser Jim Alderink Mike Kuehn

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #5 – HIGH SCHOOL CHALLENGE

50 LBS • LARGE WHEELBARROW

The first team member starts the race, then exchanges the wheelbarrow, goldpan
and ore after “Sutter’s Mill”, midway through the course. The partner then finishes the race.

2017 RESULTS 2010 RESULTS 2001 RESULTS
1. Jake Chaney and Jose Sanchez IV 1. PONDEROSA FOOTBALL 1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL
2. Bryan Parker and Tristan Connelly
3. Zachary Schnetz and Kyle Schnetz Will Dyas & Chris Lujar Richard C. Klein, II & Ian Hodges

2016 RESULTS 2009 RESULTS 2000 RESULTS
1. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL 1. PONDEROSA WRESTLING 1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL

Jose Sanchez and Jake Cheney William McKinney & Jesse Routsmg Isaac Taylor & Jonathan Olson
2. HOME SCHOOL Jesiah Neff and Kyle Schnetz 2. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL
3. HOME SCHOOL Zachary Schnetz and Ira Hoel 2008 RESULTS
1. 60.0 lbs. PONDEROSA WRESTLING Bobby Nezbeth & David Reid
2015 RESULTS 1. No qualifing team
Lyndell Scarr & Steve Brown 1999 RESULTS
2014 RESULTS 2. 59.65 lbs. PONDEROSA WRESTLING 1. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL
1. William Winter & Nick Boring
Bret Blubaugh & Jesse Routsong Nick Pippin & Brian Wilkey
3. 61.1 lbs. PONDEROSA FOOTBALL
1998 RESULTS
Will McKinney & Eddy McKinney 1. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL

2013 RESULTS 2007 Results Bobby St. Pierre & Joel McIntyre
1. GOLDEN SIERRA HIGH SCHOOL 1. 51.2 lbs. PONDOROSA FOOTBALL 2. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL

Samuel Steward & Dominic Johnson Charles Davis-Burkes & Nicko Hawkins Shayne House & Joey Ball
2. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL
2006 RESULTS NO QUALIFIED FINISHERS 1997 RESULTS
Austin Tibbs & Zach Brenner 1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL
2005 RESULTS NO QUALIFIED FINISHERS
2012 RESULTS Ben Anderson & Jim Rebolcaba
1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL 2004 RESULTS NO RACERS 2. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL

Caleb Melton & Clayton Van Duyn 2003 RESULTS Les Simon & Bill Adams
2. UNION MINE HIGH SCHOOL 1. PONDEROSA WRESTLING
1996 RESULTS
Jeremy Hernandez & Chris Vasquez Bart Frizzell & Greg Frizzell 1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL
3. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL 2. PONDEROSA WRESTLING
Chris Dugger & Ed Falkenstein
Dakota Gautier & Alex Stark John Kahoe & Glyn Long 2. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL
3. PONDEROSA FOOTBALL
2011 RESULTS Nicholas Bozzone & Justin Winters
1. PONDEROSA FOOTBALL Ryan Rosenthal & Ben Rotenberg 3. PONDEROSA HIGH SCHOOL

Ruch Peterson & Chris Lugar 2002 RESULTS Les Simon & Tyler Padovan
2. UNION MINE HIGH SCHOOL 1. EL DORADO HIGH SCHOOL

Bryson Able & Colin Hustrulid Scott Mosbacher
3. UNION MINE HIGH SCHOOL & Brandon Babcock

Zach Kraus & Austin Russel

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #4 2017
TEEN BOYS Teen
Boys
(Age: 13-17)

20 LBS • LARGE WHEELBARROW

FIRST SECOND THIRD Winner:

2017 Caleb Peterson Ryan Stephenson James Schnetz Caleb
2016 Isaac Heaps Peterson
2015 Cole Williams Tim Dales Tristan Connelly
2014 Dan Carey
2013 Cameron Mosbacher Dallas Deal Tanner Linnind
2012 Andrew Peterson
Photo courtesy Suzanne Wright 2011 Eddie McKinney Levi Schnetz Spencer Nisson
2010 Weston Wells
2009 John Barb Daniel Carey Spencer Nisson
2008 Aaron Demay
2007 Dylan Snyder Dustin Allred Cameron Mosbacher
2006 Dylan Snyder
2005 Kevin Thomas Jacob Webber Andrew Peterson

Andrew Peterson Christian Roasa

Brennan Mccormack Weston Wells

Mathias Reed Luke Costa

Aaron Demay Luke Costa

Muddy in 2009 Dominic Boretti John Barb

Michael Reed David Barb

FIRST SECOND THIRD FIRST SECOND THIRD

2004 Dylan Snyder Peter Delfino Dyllan Snavely 1982 Bob Gomoluh Chris Moreno Mike Watkins
2003 Barrett Abel Zack Wurzer 1981 Jason Avery Chris Moreno Robbie Gomoluh
1980 Gene Guterberg
2002 Kyle Mcnew John Ulm Paul Clark 1979 Mike Paiva Leslie Shackleford Joe Rikalo
2001 James Russell Jake Lerza 1978 Cliff Hunt Andy Heuser Blaise Stoltenberg
1977 Gary Hood
2000 James Russell Mark Holsombake Alan Taylor 1976 Matt Huston Joe Rikalo Steve Abel
1999 James Russell 1975 Steve Abel Chris Delfino Den Carley
1998 John Mc Leod Justin Salch Steven Costa 1974 Vern Nichols Ken Collins Rod Nerwinski
1973 David Cate
Hans Heuer Justin Salch 1972 Bryan Dilts
1971 Dale Grizzell
1997 Hans Heuer Nicolaus Heuer James Russell 1970 Bryan Dilts Don Garrett Mike Turney
1969 Bryan Dilts Kevin O’meara Bill Ward
1996 Randy Lerch-Maruniak Donald Bennett Hans Heuer 1968 David Cunningham
1967 Bill Boyd
1995 Randy Lerch-Maruniak Scott Cate Marshall Mimbus 1966 Kevin O’meara Dale Grizzell Doug Barber
Randy Lerch-Maruniak 1965 Kevin O’meara Karl Mills Marv Bukeman
1994 Zachary Hatch Jeff Tonkin 1964 Dent Vanderbundt
1963 Nick Hadsell
1993 Eric Parham Zachary Hatch Toby Phillips 1962 Bob Cox Dale Grizzell Dan Cox
1992 Eric Parham Zachary Hatch Toby Phillips 1960 Ricky Smith

1991 Eric Parham Jason Phillips Matthew Mckinley Larry Miller Mark Morton
1990 Eric Parham Jason Phillips Josh Buhlert Barry Bostead Bill Ward
1989 Tracy Neal Todd Parham Brent Lyman Ken Mosbacher Cary Creeke

1988 John Metoyer Jack Montgomery Casey King Keary Painter Robert Langford
1987 John Metoyer Greg Mosbacher Matt Caroll Robert Langford Dean Simpson

1986 Sam Mcfarland Greg Mosbacher Matthew Keck Mike Visman Daryl Prouty
1985 Greg Mosbacher
Mike Barri Dallas Sweeney Leighton Richardson Harry Wishart

1984 Frank Harmon Mike Mason Michael Foisy Leighton Richardson Tom Harshman
1983 Dave Mosbacher Mike Watkins Steve Buether Larry Pruett

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #3 – TEEN GIRLS

(Age: 13-17) 2016
Teen
15 LBS • SMALL WHEELBARROW Girls
Winner:
2016 FIRST SECOND THIRD
2015 Jenna
2014 Jenna Costa Emily Costa Kierstin Parker Costa
2013 Jenna Costa Katie Parker Emily Costa
2012 Alexandra Nisson Jacqueline Nisson Kristi Schnetz
2011 Alexandra Nisson Mary Costa Kristi Schnetz
2010 Mary Costa Olivia “Livey” Costa Mary Costa
2009 Olivia “Livey” Costa Alexandra Nisson Kelsey Rees
2008 Olivia “Livey” Costa Mary Barb Shana Jastrab
2007 Olivia “Livey” Costa Christiana Rosenberg Sadie Harden
2006 Mary Barb Carolyn Schenberger Mary Barb
2005 Makenzie Snyder Sami Hawkins Renae Abel
2004 Makenzie Snyder Madeline Taylor Renae Abel
2003 Makenzie Snyder Madeline Taylor Renae Able
2002 Amanda Taylor Madeline Taylor Madeline Taylor
2001 Amanda Taylor Renae Able
2000 Amanda Taylor Kristin Krale Amy Flores
1999 Chelsea Mcginnis Laura Huarte Carly Patterson
1998 Chelsea Mcginnis Laura Huarte Ashley Desilva
1997 Chelsea Mcginnis Angela Taylor Angela Taylor
1996 Kara Krale Jessica Lerza Nicole Miller
1995 Kara Krale Jodi Bunch Katie Costa
1994 Lisa Mimbs Kara Krale Stephanie Blonski
1993 Denise Warner Kara Krale Kim Howard
1992 Karen Wylie Denise Warner Kim Howard
1991 Denise Warner Chris Kyburz Dondy Plumbtree
1990 Karen Wylie Julie Christensen Denise Warner
1989 Denise Bennett Karen Wylie
1988 Sabrina Flint Kathleen O’Keefe
1987 Courtney Ford Nicole Howard Kathleen O’Keefe
1986 Kelli Vicini Courtney Ford Brandi Keener
1985 Tammy Moore Julie Jester
1984 Tammy Moore Robin Newman Angie Farrel
1983 Shelly Faure Susan Murray Anita Faure
1982 Stacey Huston Susan Murray Lori Walters
1981 Julie Bartsch Stacey Huston Kara Schelin
1980 Cathy Russell Julie Christensen Kathy Barsotti
1979 Lislie Goyette Cathy Russell Kathy Barsotti
1978 Judy Mosbacher Audra Espinosa Julie Bartsch
1977 Judy Mosbacher Audra Espinosa Cathy West
1976 Judy Mosbacher Kelly Kalafatich Kim Stover
1975 Keely Kaoafatich Nancy Garrett Nancy Garrett
1974 Deanne Smith Sheryl Mcdavid Carole Golemon
1973 Nancy Garrett Pam West Helen Pick
1972 Sharon Grizzell Pam West Kim Lucero
1968 Sharon Grizzell Helen Pick
Sharon Grizzell
Judy Bredseson Bebbie McClustey

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PREVIOUS WINNERS

RACE #2 – YOUTH BOYS
(Age: 10–12)
10 LBS • SMALL WHEELBARROW

2017 FIRST SECOND THIRD
2016
2015 Tanner Carroll Nathan Schnetz Eric Schnetz
2014 Blake Russell Tanner Carroll Peyton Powell
2013 Jake Williams Casey Maloney Logan Maloney
2012 Casey Maloney Josh Kohlstedt Logan Maloney
2011 Jake Chaney Logan Maloney Casey Maloney
2010 Jake Chaney Zachary Schnetz Caleb Petersen
2009 Westin Able Austin Jastrab Zachary Schnetz
2008 Ian Gilzean - 12 Westin Abel - 18 Austin Jastrab - 17.4
2007 Anthony Rosas Jason Yurgelevic Bryson Abel
2006 Trevor Valchar Nick Boring Benjamin Golden
2005 Trevor Valchar-Pratt Jake Weber
2004 Edward Mckinney Sean Golden Gary Wright
2003 Keli Reyes Eric Rouse Ian Mcnew
2002 Ryan Pickett John Barb Aaron Demay
2001 Dominic Borelli Matt Cotten Dustin Perrin
2000 Zach Houseworth Kevin Thomas Nick Hall
Zach Houseworth Barrett Abel Kevin Thomas
Casey Eldred Jake Lerza Scot Alves

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1999 FIRST SECOND THIRD 2017
1998 Youth
1997 Casey Eldred Scot Alves Jake Lerza Boys
1996 Scott Mosbacher David Wilson Marshall Balla Winner:
1995 Anthony V. Conti James Fleet Eric Henderson
1994 Nick Heuer James Russell Josh Antonelli-Petterson Tanner
1993 Rodney Pebley Cameron Neel Steve Theuring Carroll
1992 Scott Cate Michael Kovach Colin Cunningham
1991 Daniel Reed Travis Walker Hans Heuer
1990 Donald Bennett Nathan Prescott Daniel Reed
1989 Randy Lerch-Maruniak Grant Krale Jonathan Russell
1988 Randy Lerch Mike Jimenez Toby Phillips
1987 Jeff La Vergne Zach Hatch Toby Phillips
1986 Matthew Mckinley Eric Parham Ryan Cline
1985 Brett White Damon Dyer Eric Parham
1984 Casey King Kevin Corded Brett White
1983 John Thomas Danny Taylor Robert Barton
1982 Todd Parham Kevin Watkins John Thomas
1981 Jason Ford Kevin Watkins Randy Clark
1980 David Schoepf Greg Mosbacher Vince Palese
1979 Dallas Sweeney John Taylor David Schoepf
1978 David Schoepf Bobby Ussery Erik Przybylski
1977 Mike Mason Ed Delfino Pat Mccoll
1976 Mike Mason Danny Selby Raymond Amundson
1975 Larry Miller Kevin Ames David Mosbacher
1974 Kevin Novotny Ron Stobaugh David Wagy
1973 Richard Chapman Jeff Abel Dean Storly
Mike Standfish David Mccoy Richard Chapman
Lynn Van Erded Kevin Novotny Richard Chapman

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RACE #1
YOUTH GIRLS

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10 LBS • SMALL WHEELBARROW

2017 FIRST SECOND THIRD Photo courtesy Suzanne Wright
2016
2015 Serena Connelly Carlie Chandler Corey Romero 2017
2014 Danielle Jastrab Elizabeth Newman Serena Connelly Youth
2013 Karrine Parker Isabella Veffredo Lily Cope Girls
2012 Danielle Sime Simone Biale Lexi Hareland Winner:
2011 Jenna Costa Kierstin Parker Hailey Johnson
2010 Jenna Costa Jade Brown Kierstin Parker Serena
2009 Kristi Schnetz Emily Costa Julianne Barb Connelly
2008 Kristi Schnetz -15.75 Kylie Russell -15.43 Emily Costa -13.25
2007 Kinsey Delrio Mary Costa Kristi Schnetz
2006 Livy Costa Christiana Rosenberg Michelle Gonzales Arechiga
2005 Christiana Rosenberg Michele Arelchiga Gina Phillipsen
2004 Kaylee Mccormick Mary Barb Christiana Rosenberg
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2002 Taylor Desilva Mary Barb Erin Mcnew
2001 Erin Mcnew Brittani Farrell
2000 Renae Able Makenzie Snyder Madeline Taylor
1999 Amanda Taylor Madeline Taylor Makenzie Snyder
1998 Amanda Taylor Madeline Taylor Marianne Farrell
1997 Ryann Van Riper Amanda Taylor Laura Balla
1996 Elizabeth Allen Kristin Krale Ryann Van Riper
1995 Jessi Letza Ashley Desilva Kristin Krale
1994 Jodi Bunch Jessi Lerza Ashley Desilva
1993 Tanya Thane Cindy Cianci Katie Angst
1992 Kara Krale Sarah Huarte Melanie Avila
1991 Sarah Huarte Kara Krale Jackie Lynn Bare
1990 Sarah Huarte Jackie Lynn Bare Kimber Kirshner
1989 Amy Longwill Karie Mutchler Trisha Arlher
1988 Amy Longwill Sierra Dyer Denise Bennett
Denise Bennett Kara Ingram Amy Longwill
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