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March 9, 2013

Garfield County Junior Livestock Show

ENID, Okla. — Following are results of the Garfield County Junior Livestock Show:

Breeding gilts

Open class

1, Colten Dillingham, Drummond

Special Light

1, Elizabeth Elliott, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, MaKenzie Jones, Chisholm

Berk

Class 1

1, Devin Dalton, Garber

2, Braden Alwert, Garber

3, Tanner Charles, Chisholm FFA

Class 2

1, Mason Myers, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

2, Tyler Hatch, Garber

3, Wyatt Gray, Drummond

4, Jordan Carter, Garber

Class 3

1, Michael Blevins, Chisholm FFA

2, Brianna Deeds, Garber

Champion: Mason Myers, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Reserve Champion: Devin Dalton, Garber

Chester

Class 1

1, Seth Gray, Drummond

Class 2

1, Logan Baker, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Logan Baker, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Champion: Logan Baker

Reserve Champion: Logan Baker

Duroc

Class 1

1, Emilee Hughes, Garber

2, Tristan Lockhart, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Braden Alwert, Garber

4, Jordan Carter, Garber

Class 2

1, Madison Deeds, Garber

2, Logan Amsler, Chisholm

3, Mason Hurst, Waukomis 4-H

4, Madison Deeds, Garber

Class 3

1, Lakan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Hunter Minnick, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

Champion: Madison Deeds

Reserve Champion: Lakan Light

Hamp

Class 1

1, Zach Sales, Chisholm

Class 2

1, Brianna Deeds, Garber

Champion: Zach Sales

Reserve Champion: Brianna Deeds

Poland

Class 1

1, Braidon Fuksa, Chisholm

2, Stetson Ronistal, Chisholm FFA

3, Zach Sales, Chisholm

Class 2

1, Bailey Hoeltzel, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Michael Blevins, Chisholm FFA

3, Kendra Sellers, Kremlin-Hillsdale

4, Ashlyn Gable, Chisholm FFA

5, Chambren Cook, Drummond

Class 3

1, Marissa Jordan, Covington-Douglas

Champion: Bailey Hoeltzel

Reserve Champion: Braidon Fuksa

Spot

Class 1

1, Devin Dalton, Garber

2, Brianna Singleton, Drummond

3, Draden Stallings, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

4, Austiin Carrington, Chisholm

5, Tanner Charles, Chisholm FFA

6, Brianna Deeds, Garber

Class 2

1, O’Ryan Hatch, Garber

2, Taryn Rhodes, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Jessica Cinnamon, Garber

4, Emilee Hughes, Garber

Class 3

1, Gunner Sharp, Garber 4-H

2, Logan Baker, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Caleb Hatch, Garber

Champion: Gunner Sharp

Reserve Champion: O’Ryan Hatch

York

Class 1

1, Keely Chappell, Chisholm

2, Jordan Carter, Garber

3, Lakan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

4, Seth Gray, Drummond

5, Brandon Reim, Drummond

Champion: Keely Chappell

Reserve Champion: Jordan Carter

Commercial

Class 1

1, Emily Cinnamon, Garber

2, Kendra Sellers, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Brady Kokojan, Drummond

4, Jacob Earl, Drummond

Class 2

1, Taryn Rhodes, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Slater Eck, Waukomis

3, Ethan Fast, Garber 4-H

4, Cody Wicher, Chisholm FFA

Class 3

1, Mason Hurst, Waukomis 4-H

2, Mason Monsees, Garber

3, Mason Hurst, Waukomis 4-H

4, Shae Roberts, Waukomis

Class 4

1, Ashlan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale 4-H

2, Karsten Brady, Chisholm

Class 5

1, Emily Franke, Covington-Douglas

2, Brooklan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Brianna Singleton, Drummond

Champion: Emily Franke

Reserve Champion: Mason Hurst

Grand Champion Breeding Gilt: Mason Myers, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Reserve Champion Breeding Gilt: Keely Chappell, Chisholm

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