Bechtol wins wing eating contest

| February 27, 2017

DSC_0111FRESNO – The Chili Crossroads Bible Church Wild Game Dinner and wing eating contest is always a very well attended event and this year was a sellout. Pastor Neal Dearyan said, “Thanks to the community for all they do to support this event and taking the time to participate. We appreciate everyone that helped prepare the food, be a judge or donate prizes to make this year’s event such a success.” Mike Bechtol, pictured right with Pastor Dearyan, took home the first place prize in the adult wing eating contest with Robert West placing second and Mike Cichon third. Bechtol has won four out of seven years. He was awarded with a watch and a silver coin for his efforts. In the kids’ category, Calob Patterson won first, Brayden Adams placed second and Tyler Ponte was third. The event was held on Sunday, Feb. 26.

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