Anthony Pearson (from left), Charles Bussey and Chris Pearson Jr. pose with their trophies after the truck tug competition at the Wyandot County Far on Sunday. Chris Pearson Jr. placed first, Anthony Pearson placed second and Bussey placed third in the 5,000-pound division. Chris beat his brother, Anthony, in the semifinal match.
6500 pound winners
Travis Crowley (from left), Martin Kraljevic, Charles Bussey and Bussey’s son stand together after the truck tug event Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. Crowley was first, Kraljevic was second and Bussey took third in the 6,500-pound division. Bussey also placed in the 5,000-pound division.
8400 pound winners
Jason Weatherholtz (from left), Brian Ansley, Dane Riker and his daughter, Ahlore, smile for the camera after the 8,400-pound event of the truck tug at the Wyandot County Fair on Sunday. Ansley took first, Weatherholtz took second and Riker took third.
Antique tractor pull
The antique tractor pull drew a small crowd Saturday morning at the Wyandot County Fair.
Brad Frankark (center) walks away from his No. 94 car after winning the compact cars heat at the demolition derby on Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair.
Wyandot County fair-goers packed the grandstand Saturday night for a tractor pull. Below: The pull was stopped for 30 minutes after a tractor got off track and ran into a guardrail. Fire crews used a torch and saw to cut the sled free from the guardrail. The accident also briefly knocked out power to parts of the fairgrounds.
Brian Danner (No. 410) plows into another truck during the trucks heat at the demolition derby on Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. There were two truck heats during the derby, with the top six from each division facing off in a feature match to cap off the night. Danner took first when his two remaining opponents’ trucks were stuck together after a collision.
Brothers Chris Pearson Jr. (left) and Anthony Pearson (right) face off in the semifinal of the 5,000 pounds division during the truck tug Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair.
Brad Frankark (No. 94) smashes into a competitor during the compact cars heat of the demolition derby on Sunday at the Wyandot County Fair. Frankark took home the crown in the compact cars heat.