Friday, July 1, 2022
Since 1854 — News from Montcalm County and Ionia County, Michigan
Joe Nyenbrink competes in the 4,500 pound King division of Monday’s tractor pulling competition at the Montcalm County 4-H Fair. Nyenbrink pulled 131 feet, 4.92 inches, placing him third in the division. — Daily News/Alex Freeman
John Coffey, with his unmistakable orange tractor, wins the 4,500 pound King division of Monday’s tractor pulling competition with a pull of 135 feet, 8.04 inches.
Fresh off being named Second Team All-Area for boys track, Ionia senior Riley Frisbie competes in the 5,500 pound Antique division of Monday’s tractor pulling competition, pulling 86 feet, 0.372 inches.
Pat Rasch took the victory in the 5,500 pound Antique division of Monday’s tractor pulling competition after pulling 121 feet, 0.948 inches. Rasch’s pull was nearly 14 feet better than the second place pull.
Ryan Peterson zooms along as the crowd watches him win the Factory V-twin B division tractor pull with a pull of 169 feet, 3.6 inches at Tuesday’s tractor pulling competition. Peterson also won the Factory V-Twin A division with a pull of 183 feet, 0.72 inches.
Tonya Miller, the lone female puller of Tuesday’s tractor pulling competition, took second place in both the Factory V-twin A & B divisions.
Cody Harper leans back for the final push as he pulls his way to victory in the Sport Stock A division of Tuesday’s tractor pulling competition with a pull of 220 feet, 4.44 inches.
Larry Magoon recorded the longest pull of Tuesday’s tractor pulling competition in the Sport Stock B division with a pull of 235 feet, 4.08 inches.