Left to right: Justin C. Prettyman and Dakota Andrews, Ricky Neil Sandoval and Chief Clinton Badback, Mikey Loafy Lofley and Dustin Lofley
Fourteen teams gathered at the Carbon County Fairgrounds to take part in the inaugural Warrior Days horseshoe tournament on Saturday.
Ricky Neil Sandoval and Chief Clinton Badback took the top prize at the tournament followed by Mikey Loafy Lofley and Dustin Lofley. Justin C. Prettyman and Dakota Andrews rounded out the top three.
Next up for horseshoe competitors will be the East Carbon Community Daze tournament on Saturday, July 14. For singles, competition will be capped at 20 players for the single-elimination tournament. The cost is $10 per person and play starts at noon.
On the same day, a doubles tournament will immediately follow the singles. The double-elimination tournament costs $20 per team.
Cash prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers in each category.