The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


March 16, 2013

Northwest District Junior Livestock Show results for 3/17/2013


Market sheep


Class 1

1, Layne Kisling, Chisholm

Class 2

1, Damon Malaska, Garber 4-H

2, Damon Malaska, Garber 4-H

Class 3

1, Gunner Sharp, Garber 4-H

Champion: Gunner Sharp

Reserve Champion: Damon Malaska


Class 1

1, Caitlyn Mack, Drummond

Champion: Caitlym Mack


Class 1

1, Layne Kisling, Chisholm

2, Kellan Hostetler, Garber

Class 2

1, Tyler Schnaithman, Garber

2, Damon Malaska, Garber 4-H

3, Kaleb Cain, Drummond

Class 3

1, Gunner Sharp, Garber 4-H

Champion: Gunner Sharp

Reserve Champion: Tyler Schnaithman

Grand Champion Market Sheep: Gunner Sharp

Reserve Grand Champion Market Sheep: Gunner Sheep

Junior Sheep Showmanship: Damon Malaska

Intermediate Sheep Showmanship: Layne Kisling

Senior Sheep Showmanship: Tyler Schnaithman

Breeding doe goats

Class 1

1, Kaylee Heisler, Waukomis

2, Billy Chartier, Garber

Class 2

1, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Katie Allen, Garber

3, Katie Allen, Garber

4, Logan Amsler, Chisholm

Class 3

1, Laney Wardrop, Waukomis 4-H

2, Kalin Koechel, Chisholm

3, Logan Amsler, Chisholm

4, Britney Chartier, Garber

Class 4

1, Braden Schovanec, Garber

2, Cheyann Sales, Chisholm

3, Brison Barton, Waukomis 4-H

Champion Division I: Braden Schovanec

Reserve Champion Division I: Carlee Salisbury

Class 5

1, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Brooklan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Gabby Morris, Kremlin-Hillsdale

4, Dalton Terry, Drummond FFA

Class 6

1, Brooklan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Caitlyn Mack, Drummond

Class 7

1, Tyler Trotter, Drummond

2, Laney Wardrop, Waukomis 4-H

3, Kayla Jantz, Chisholm

Class 8

1, Brooklan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Sierra Sumner, Garber

4, Maegan Jackson, Chisholm 4-H

Champion Division II: Brooklan Light

Reserve Champion Division II: Carlee Salisbury

Class 9

1, Billy Trotter, Drummond

2, Layton Heitfeld, Garber

3, Tyler Trotter, Drummond

4, Caitlyn Mack, Drummond

5, Dalton Terry, Drummond FFA

6, Gabby Morris, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Class 10

1, Sierra Sumner, Garber

2, Layton Heitfeld, Garber

3, Kayla Jantz, Chisholm

4, Kayla Jantz, Chisholm

5, Logan Amsler, Chisholm

Class 11

1, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Billy Trotter, Drummond

3, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale

4, Taylor Parrish, Kremlin-Hillsdale

5, Braden Heisler, Waukomis 4-H

Class 12

1, Carlee Salisbury, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Kadi Webb, Chisholm

Champion Division III: Carlee Salisbury

Reserve Champion Division III: Billy Trotter

Grand Champion Breeding Doe: Braden Schovanec, Garber

Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Doe: Carlee Salisbury

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