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6C Wednesday, Aug. 15, 2012 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Fair dJ00aws American cro00 to y Speedway John Busselen (top), waves to the crowd to let everyone know he's OK after crashing his truck. Thomas Canniff (bottom), drives the number 68 car past the finish lines as Tom Reinhardt waves the checkered flag. For full coverage on the fair races, see next week's Sports section. Photos by James Wilson Indian Valley pitchers host last 00orses hoe tournament of the year James Wilson a lot less participants than McCutcheon who placed Sports Reporter sports@plumasnews.com The Indian Valley Horse- shoe Pitchers Association pitched its final tournament of the summer this last weekend at the Greenville Campground. The annual Fall Fest was attended by 29 pitchers, all of various ages. This was the first festival in 32 years where there wasn't at least one participant from Neva- da. "Between Hot August Nights in Reno and the fire down the Canyon, there are usual," explained Richard McCutcheon. The festival was split up into two separate festivals this year: Fall Fest 1 on Sat- urday and Fall Fest 2 on Sunday. On Saturday, Gene Washoe from Indian Valley took the festival champi- onship and the A-1 40-foot tournament, bringing home $40 ]n prize money. Harry Begay, also from In- dian Valley, took the A-2 40- foot championship. Wayne George from Tri Valley took the A-1 30- foot contest followed by second. On Sunday the tourna- ment champion and A-1 win- ner was once again Washoe. Lyle Goudie and Gerald Peters battled it out in a playoff match for the A-2 40- foot tournament, which was eventually won by Goudie. Though the festival tour- naments are done for the year, the sanctioned league will continue through De- cember. Those interested in participating in the league may contact Richard Mc- Cutcheon at richard55@ frontier.net or Gene Washoe at 284-7718. Gene Washoe, of Indian Valley, tosses his horseshoe for the win at this year's Fall Fest. Photo by James Wilson Plumas County RV DESTINATIONS Make your reservations today for a wonderful mountain stay!  Located on the Shores of Big Cove 414 Peninsula Drive Lake Almanor, CA 96137 ,531 ) 596-3348 www.knottypine.net Paul Bunyan Resort Open May to November Full Hookups 530-596-4700 www.paulbunyanresort.com 443 Peninsula Dr., Lake Almanor, CA Lake Cove Resort and Marina RV Full Hook-ups and Tent Sites Showers Restrooms Marina Boat Ramp 530-284-769"/ 3584 Hwy 147, Lake Almanor, CA ,  FULL SERVICE RESORT & MARINA RV full hook-ups StoreIceBait Boat Rentals f', Dockage Cabins Marina Gas, Propane  Launching Trailer Storage ', 530-596-3349 www.bigcoveresort.com 442 Peninsula Drive, Lake Almanor ii!ilg R&R RV Park and Hot Springs Twain, CA Rich & Rocki (530) 283-1589; (925) 783-2913 www.randrrvparkhofsprings.com