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Sawyer Corcoran places 1st in state Old Time Fiddle Championship

Sawyer Corcoran of Shevlin came in first place at the 40th annual state Old Time Fiddle Championships held on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Mountain Iron, Minn.

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Sawyer Corcoran holds up his championship plaque after placing first in the 40th annual state Old Time Fiddle Championships on Aug. 13.
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Sawyer Corcoran of Shevlin came in first place at the 40th annual state Old Time Fiddle Championships held on Saturday, Aug. 13, in Mountain Iron, Minn.

Fiddlers young and old enjoyed competing for cash and prizes, performing for a live audience, and growing as a musician through feedback from two expert judges, a release said.

Corcoran also won the non-fiddle division competing on the mandolin and won the twin fiddle division with last year’s state champion, Aaron Wilcox.

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