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Tuesday night was a night of laughs as the Ag Olympics kicked off the night events at the Antelope County Fair.
Contestants in four different age groups raced the clock for a chance to earn the top prize. The events included a cattle pull, tire stacking, hanging clothes, a tater toss and corn shucking.
Edie Sauser and Sarah Hemenway took first place in the 4-6 age group while Beau and Lauryn Krause took second and Micah Hughes and Cason Hoefer earned third.
In the 7-12 age group, Samuel Hemenway and Jacob Henery earned first, followed by Jazmine and Juliana McNally and Ashlynne Charf and Cassidy Booth.
The 13-18 age group was won by Carson Whitesel and Ashton Higgins. Taking second were Taylynne Charf and Josey Booth followed by Brooke Frey and Claire Whitesel in third.
In the 19 and older division, Brent Pickrel and Cory Furstenau put in the winning time, followed by the team of Steve Simonsen and Jared Jacob. Courtney Pellatz and Marie Demerath came in third.