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March 22, 2014

Garfield County Livestock Show results

ENID, Okla. — Garfield County Junior Livestock Show was Feb. 27-March 1.

Results from the show are:

Market sheep

Cross

Class 1

1, Damon Malaska, Garber 4-H

2, Taryn Caruthers, Chisholm FFA

Class 2

1, Layne Kisling, Chisholm FFA

2, Gunner Sharp, Garber 4-H

3, Bree Kisling, Chisholm 4-H

Class 3

1, Emiley Shell, Drummond FFA

2, Braden Schovanec, Garber FFA

3, Kellan Hostetler, Garber FFA

Champion: Emiley Shell

Reserve champion: Layne Kisling

Grand champion market lamb: Emiley Shell, Drummond FFA

Reserve grand champion market lamb: Braden Schovanec, Garber FFA

Junior sheep showmanship: Bree Kisling

Intermediate sheep showmanship: Damon Malaska

Senior Ssheep showmanship: Braden Schovanec

Breeding does

Class 1

1, Katie Allen, Garber FFA

2, Mackenzie , Waukomis

3, Justin Hopkins, Drummond

4, Jenifer Hargrave, Chisholm FFA

Class 2

1, Tyler Trotter, Drummond 4-H

2, Sierra Sumner, Garber FFA

3, Kristina Meredith, Drummond FFA

Class 3

1, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

2, Laney Wardrop, Waukomis 4-H

3, Mika Robinson, Garfield Co. 4-H

Class 4

1, Brooklan Light, Garber FFA

2, Bailee Terry, Drummond 4-H

3, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

Champion Division I: Taylor Parrish

Reserve champion Division I: Brooklan Light

Class 5

1, Tyler Trotter, Drummond 4-H

2, Katie Allen, Garber FFA

3, Sierra Sumner, Garber FFA

4, Tyler Nylander, Chisholm

5, Jordan Young, Waukomis 4-H

Class 6

1, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA

2, John Duren , Chisholm 4-H

3, John Duren , Chisholm 4-H

4, Billy Jack Trotter, Drummond FFA

Class 7

1, Braden Schovanec, Garber FFA

2, Billy Jack Trotter, Drummond FFA

3, Kadi Webb, Chisholm FFA

4, Jarret Webb, Chisholm FFA

Class 8

1, Kalin Koechel, Chisholm FFA

2, Brooklan Light, Garber FFA

3, Gabby Morris, Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA

4, Mika Robinson, Garfield Co. 4-H

Champion Division II: Braden Schovanec

Reserve champion Division II: Carlee Salisbury

Class 9

1, Kami Oller, Garber FFA

2, Hayden Koechel, Chisholm 4-H

3, Hayden Koechel, Chisholm 4-H

4, Justin Hopkins, Drummond

5, Jordan Young, Waukomis 4-H

Class 10

1, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

2, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA

3, Billy Jack Trotter, Drummond FFA

4, Kalin Koechel, Chisholm FFA

5, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA

Class 11

1, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

2, Kami Oller, Garber FFA

3, Koda Oller, Garber 4-H

4, Braden Schovanec, Garber FFA

5, Cheyann Sales, Chisholm FFA

Class 12

1, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale FFA

2, Kami Oller, Garber FFA

Champion Division III: Taylor Parrish

Reserve champion Division III: Kami Oller

Grand champion doe: Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

Reserve grand champion doe: Kami Oller, Garber FFA

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