The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


March 30, 2013

Garber FFA students place at district show

ENID, Okla. — Garber FFA members participated in the recent Northwest District Junior Livestock Show in Enid.

Results were:

Breeding gilts — Emilee Hughes, Class 1 (Duroc), fifth place; Jessica Cinnamon,  Class 2 (Spot), fourth place; Mason Monsees, Class 8 (Cross), fifth place; Tyler Hatch, Class 2 (Berk).

Market hogs — Emilee Hughes, Class 2 (Cross), eighth place; Jessica Cinnamon, Class 12 (Cross); Tyler Hatch: Class 10 (Cross).

Market lambs — Tyler Schnaithman, Class 6 (Hamp), fifth place, and Class 6 (Cross), second place; Kellan Hostetler, Class 1 (Southdown), Class 2 (Cross).

Doe goats — Layton Heitfeld, Class 7, fourth place, and Class 9, third place; Kami Oller, Class 11, second place, Class 13, first place, and Class 13, fourth place; Katie Allen, Class 2, third place, and Class 3, third place; Sierra Sumner, Class 9, second place; Braden Schovanec, Class 7, first place, reserve champion Division II and fifth overall doe.

Wether goats — Braden Schovanec, Class 5, first place, Division I champion, and reserve grand champion, Class 12, first place and reserve champion Division III; Garret Heinrich, Class 7, third place, and Class 10, fifth place; Halie Schovanec, Class 8, first place, Division II champion, grand champion, Class 8, fifth place, and Class 10, third place.

Heifers — Kaley Semrad, Class 6 (Hereford), second place, Class 1 (Commercial), third place, and Respective Class (Chianina), third place; Jarred Strate, Class 4 (Angus), first place, and Class 5 (Angus), second place; Brooke Wessels, Class 2 (Chianina), second place and third overall Chianina, and Class 4 (Chianina), second place; Madison Deeds, Class 1 (Commercial), second place, Class 3 (High Percentage AOB), first place and third overall High Percentage AOB; Halie Schovanec, Class 3 (Hereford), first place and third overall Hereford.

Market steers — Jarred Strate, Class 2 (Chianina), first place.

Showmanship — Braden Schovanec (goat), Kami Oller (goat), Layton Heitfeld (goat), Katie Allen (goat), Halie Schovanec (goat and heifer), Garret Heinrich (goat) and Jarred Strate (steer).

Tyler Schnaithman, Braden Schovanec, Jarred Strate, Halie Schovanec and Garret Heinrich qualified for the premium sale.

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