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Jiggy with the Piggy Zucchini 600 winners announced

KANNAPOLIS — On Saturday, May 4, children raced zucchinis in the Kids’ Zone at the Jiggy with the Piggy Festival. Children worked diligently and used their imaginations to create the fastest and most nutritious cars with the supplies of vegetables provided to them. Winners took home great prize packages from sponsors the 600 Festival and the Cabarrus Convention and Visitors Bureau.
Winners, by age categories, are:
Age 6 and under:
1st Place: Emery Feser, Kannapolis
2nd Place: Jaxon Jordan, Kannapolis
3rd Place: Avery Foote, Huntersville
Most Nutritious: Jett Berry, Chapin, SC
Most Creative: Max Schmidt, Harrisburg
Age 7-10:
1st Place: Finn Hughes, Edenton
2nd Place: Ryan Metcalfe, Davidson
3rd Place: Austin Metcalfe, Davidson
Most Nutritious: Jaylie Sniffin
Most Creative: Peyton Rutherfod, Kannapolis
Age 11 and up:
1st Place: Holden Ignaczak, Charlotte
2nd Place: Kenton Fincher, Kannapolis
3rd Place: David Medina, Kannapolis
Most Nutritious: Caleb Casper, Rockwell
Most Creative: Lilly Schieve, Charlotte

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