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Mud boggers challenge the pit in Long Co.
Twisted challenges the pit at the Long Co Rec Dept Mud Bog
Charlie Hall drives his Chevrolet S-10 Twisted at the Long County Recreation Departments Mud Bog. - photo by Mikee Riddle

Drivers from across the state traveled to Long County for the bi-annual Long County Recreation Department Mud Bog on March 16.  
Recreation department Director Michelle Rogers said that 738 people came out to watch vehicles challenge the pit. It was the biggest turnout since the competition began in 2010.
In the Outlaw division, Louie Lumley won with a time of 3.783 seconds, while Justin Foster was the runner-up with a time of 3.901. Glen Stanfield rounded out the top three with a time of 4.534.  
In the 34 Street division, Stacy Rich took the top spot with a distance of 112 feet, 4 inches. Danny Norman was second at 109-6, and Joe Sturla was third at 109-4. Dustin Vance won the 38.5 Street division at 148-8. Rich was second at 147-9, and Gary Moore was third at 146-7.  
In the 38.5 Super Street division, Biggi Shurling was the top dog at 149-2, while Tyler Clark was second at 147-10, and Dylan McCullough was third at 100-2.  
Hunter Rich won the 44 Street division with a time of 29 seconds, Dale Nobles was second in 36.6, and Amanda Parker was third in 37.  
The 44 Modified division’s lone competitor was Gregory Gowen, who went 11-9.
Each winner received a cash prize of $500, with $300 going to each runner-up and $100 being paid out to each third-place finisher. Proceeds from the event went the recreation department.

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