- The warm weather and sunshine helped make it a perfect weekend for a group of lumber 'jacks' and 'jills' in Rosholt.
The UWSP Woodland Sports team, also known as lumberjacks, held the 66th annual competition with eight other teams from around the Midwest.
"It's a really good time because it's more about connecting with people than having a feud with them. So it's a lot of fun meeting new people," said freshman Brody Fischer.
One of the lumberjills says she thought you had to be a forestry major to join the team. But she was glad that wasn't the case.
"You don't have to know anything about trees. You don't have to have held an axe before and you can come and they'll coach you up. So most people here are in forestry or natural resources, but not all of us!
Some of the events this weekend were the underhand chop, the cross cut and the bolt throw.
UWSP took second last year, which is uncommon for them. But they were back to their winning ways this year and took first place.
Written By: Katie Leszcynski