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Griswold, Hinen win at demo derby

July 18, 2013

Samantha Barnett (38) drives in the powder puff demolition derby Wednesday night at the Whitley County Fair. Post & Mail photo / Brett Myers

COLUMBIA CITY — Whitley County’s 4-H Fair closed its grandstand for 2013 with a loud bang.

It was the powder puff demolition derby Wednesday night, and Arielle Griswold drove the #1 car to victory in the nine-driver field.

Katherine Ernst was second and Whitney Rethlake third. Alyssa Clark placed fourth. Rethlake was named the hardest-hitter in the ladies’ event.

Before the women took to the dirt, there was a men’s pre-run demolition derby.

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