Wing champs named

| February 22, 2016

wing contestCHILI – A record crowd attended the sixth annual Tri-County Wing Contest and Wild Game dinner at Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Feb. 21, with several elected officials and business people giving their time to help judge the hot wings contest (by consuming them). Rep. Bob Gibbs was among those in attendance and spoke briefly to the crowd. The adult winners, pictured from left are: Mike Cichon, first place in the 13 and up atomic wing challenge, Mike Bechtol second and Robert West third. “I could go for seconds right now,” Cichon said. “I’m feelin’ it. I love it. My goal was to go for Mike (Bechtol). I know he gets really excited about this but at least there is another Mike that’s still in first place. It was awesome, it was fun, and it was good. I could do a couple more pounds. Today was my first time to ever be here, it’s such a cool event. I ate a little bit of hot sauce beforehand, and got myself worked up just thinking of the goal of beating Mike.”


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