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The annual horseshoe tournament benefits Special Olympics of Carroll County.

Pictures from the 36th annual Special Olympics Horseshoe & Cornhole Tournament held October 21. 2017

Horseshoe Winners

1st Place- Ben and Joey (3rd year in a row) sponsored by Little George’s of Winfield

2nd Place- JR & Gary sponsored by MAYAA( Mt. Airy Youth Athletic Assoc)

3rd Place- Steve and Jamie sponsored by Burrier Queen

Corn Hole Winners

1st Place - Michael &Tim sponsored by Amantes Pizza and Pasta

2nd Place - Bob & Bob sponsored by Rolling Hills Animal Hospital and Brewer Transportation

3rd Place- Jeff & Chuck sponsored by Gold Star Unit #191 ( American Legion Auxiliary Mt. Airy)


The 35th annual Special Olympics Horseshoe Tournament was held 10/15/16 at the Winfield Carnival Grounds. The event is co-sponsored by the Woodbine Recreation Council, Convenience Catering and Mt. Airy American Legion . (Photo of First and Second place winners)

Ben and Joey ( 1st place ; in center)
Jack and Jane ( 2nd place; on outside)

The first place team of (L-R) Greg Ledford and Donald (Hook) Hixon flank Marsha Barger ( Carroll County Special Olympics) during the trophy presentation at the 25th annual horseshoe tournament to benefit Carroll County Special Olympics on November 4, 2006.

2004 Winners (Pictured: Denny Broadrick of Bee's Distributing (sponsor); winners Terry Nokes and George Gibson; Marsha Barger of Carroll County Special Olympics.)

2003 Winners
(photo) (L-R) second place team, Ryan Rutter and Jerry Saunders; Marsha Barger, Special Olympics; first place team, Zachary Watters, Jr. and James Stewart; third place team, David Brosenne and Duanne Brosenne.

2002 Winners
(Pictured: Denny Broadrick of Bee's Distributing (sponsor); second-place Donnie Hixon and Greg Ledford; first-place Jerry Saunders & Ryan Rutter; third-place Donnie Close and Lonnie Black; and rear Marsha Barger of Carroll County Special Olympics.)

For more information, call Ken at (410) 795-3332 or Doug (410) 984-8770.