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March 9, 2013

Northwest District Junior Livestock Show for 3/10/2013

The following are results from the 79th annual Northwest District Junior Livestock Show:

GOATS

Does

Class 1

Showmanship, Shania Schoonmaker, Canton

1, Britney Chartier, Garber

2, Shania Schoonmaker, Canton

3, Riley Coleman, Watonga

4, Kathryn Yunker, Pond Creek-Hunter

5, Shania Schoonmaker, Canton

6, Sam Henrion, Crescent

7, Riley Coleman, Watonga

Class 2

Showmanship, Brynn Roberts, Lomega

1, Taylor Hurst, Cimarron

2, Christian Solis, Hennessey

3, Katie Allen, Garber

4, Kolton Johnson, Ringwood

5, Cooper Hicks, Geary

6, Diana Shipley, Crescent

Class 3

Showmanship, Katie Allen, Garber

1, Tanner Miller, Mulhall-Orlando

2, Sarah Gruntmeir, Kingfisher

3, Katie Allen, Garber

4, Carlie Salisbury, Kremlin

5, Brooke Scheer, Lomega

6, Colton Brakhage, Cimarron

7, Cozetta Johnson, Geary

8, Laney Wardrop, Waukomis

Class 4

Showmanship, Colton Brakhage, Cimarron

1, Colton Brakhage, Cimarron

2, Cade Ring, Morrison

3, Peyton Haley, Perry

4, Tori Sessions, Fairview

5, Kalin Koechel, Chisholm

6, Kylie Biggs, Lomega

7, Cozetta Johnson, Geary

8, Cheyann Sales, Chisholm

Divison 1

Division champion, Tanner Miller, Mulhall-Orlando

Reserved division champion, Colton Brakhage, Cimarron

Class 5

Showmanship, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin

1, Colton Brakhage, Cimarron

2, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin

3, Tyler Trotter, Drummond

4, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin

5, Reagan Brakhage, Cimarron

6, Samantha Danielson, Perry

7, Caitlyn Mack, Drummond

Class 6

Showmanship, Tanner Miller, Mulhall-Orlando

1, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin

2, Billy Trotter, Drummond

3, Collin Ring, Morrison

4, Tanner Miller, Mulhall-Orlando

5, Brooklin Light, Kremlin

6, Taylor Hurst, Cimarron

7, Jami Adams, Kingfisher

Class 7

Showmanship, Jett Smith, Perry

1, Brooklin Light, Kremlin

2, Tyler Trotter, Drummond

3, Jett Smith, Perry

4, Layton Heitfeld, Garber

5, Shania Schoonmaker, Canton

6, Cooper Hicks, Geary

7, Summer Stevens, Perry

Class 8

Showmanship, Sarah Gruntmeir, Kingfisher

1, Braden Schovanec, Garber

2, Tori Sessions, Fairview

3, Sarah Gruntmeir, Kingfisher

4, Sarah Gruntmeir, Kingfisher

5, Cooper Hicks, Geary

7, Reanna Sissom, Cimarron

8, Jami Adams, Kingfisher

Class 1

Showmanship, Chris Leven, Newkirk

1, Chris Leven, Newkirk

2, Sadie Collins, Burlington

3, Blair Klaeppel, Kingfisher

4, Sam Henrion, Crescent

5, Jaicee Stinson, Pond Creek-Hunter

Class 2

Showmanship, Rhett Gambill, Okeene

1, Bethany Lancaster, Cherokee

2, Rhett Gambill, Okeene

3, Jake Spradlin, Fairview

4, Jett Smith, Perry

5, Kristen Steffens, Pond Creek-Hunter

6, Josie Blasser, Cashion

Class 3

Showmanship, Kathryn Yunker, Pond Creek-Hunter

1, Baylor Ewbank, Chisholm

2, Kristen Steffens, Pond Creek-Hunter

3, Hanna Herzer, Garber

4, John Sheppard, Chisholm

5, Kathryn Yunker, Pond Creek-Hunter

Class 4

Showmanship, Ryli Powell, Ringwood

1, Ryli Powell, Ringwood

2, Chris Leven, Newkirk

3, Cydnie Hull, Okarche

4, Matt Lancaster, Cherokee

5, Abbi John, Chisholm

Class 5

Showmanship, Braden Schovanec, Garber

1, Braden Schovanec, Garber

2, Brock Moman, Newkirk

3, Clayton Flury, Guthrie

4, Jordan Newcomb, Ringwood

5, Jill Mencke, Cimarron

6, Cooper Hicks, Geary

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