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Jim Harris from Kartunz sponsored a Sound-off Saturday during the Chamber Duck Race Festival. Courtesy photo


• Daily Leader staff report
Organizers have announced the winners of the Kartunz Sound-off competition during Saturday’s Chamber of Commerce Duck Festival. Competitors compete in different divisions depending on the wattage of their stereo systems and the amount of decibels it will produce.
In the 1,001 watts and more:
1st – Perry Jines – 161.4 dbs.
2nd – Tony H. – 158.3 dbs.
3rd – Marco Gonzales – 151.2 dbs.
In the 501 to 1,000 watts:
1st – Michael Resendiz – 155.4 dbs.
2nd – Daniel Limbocker – 148.9 dbs.
3rd – J.T. Beckwith – 142.8 dbs.
In the 0 to 500 watts:
1st – Trevor Feldhausen – 149.0 dbs.
2nd – Buddy Dibbern – 146.7 dbs.
3rd – Terry Hamm – 143.4 dbs.


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