The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK


March 16, 2013

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



Class 1

Showmanship, Emily Hughes, Garber

1, Grant Wilbur, Cherokee

2, Marshall Matthews, Geary

3, Briley Hall, Newkirk

4, Brianna Parkhurst, Fairview

5, Emily Hughes, Garber

Class 2

Showmanship, Tanner Schuermann, Pond Creek-Hunter

1, Victoria Gerken, Kingfisher

2, Ashley Langston, Tonkawa

3, Cole Coulter, Cherokee

4, Mason Swinford, Morrison

5, Austin Jordan, Okeene

6, Tate Schuermann, Pond Creek-Hunter

7, Tanner Schuermann, Pond Creek-Hunter

Class 3

Showmanship, Lakan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

1, Clayton Davison, Guthrie

2, Tanner Misak, Medford

3, Evan Plagg, Guthrie

4, Lakan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Class 4

Showmanship, Brook Fields, Kingfisher

1, Brook Fields, Kingfisher

2, Hunter Minnick, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Callie Leene, Frontier

Champion, Brook Fields, Kingfisher

Reserve Champion, Clayton Davison, Guthrie


Class 1

Showmanship, Brianna Palacios, Canton

1, Bailey Hoeltzel, Kremlin-Hillsdale

2, Zach Sales, Chisholm

3, Bryce Allen, Perry

4, Michael Czapansky, Pond Creek-Hunter

5, Brianna Palacios, Canton

Class 2

Showmanship, Austin Blevins, Chisholm

1, Austin Blevins, Chisholm

2, Kendra Sellers, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Jessica Hickman, Ponca City

Champion, Bailey Hoeltzel, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Reserve, Austin Blevins, Chisholm


Class 1

Showmanship, David Hadley, Cimarron

1, David Hadley, Cimarron

2, Rylee Foster, Tonkawa

3, Ashle Bode, Cimarron

4, Josh Edwards, Canton

Champion, David Hadley, Cimarron

Reserve, Rylee Foster, Tonkawa


Class 1

Showmanship, Victoria Gerken, Kingfisher

1, Devin Dalton, Garber

2, Victoria Gerken, Kingfisher

3, Draden Stallings, Kremlin-Hillsdale

Class 2

Showmanship, Mickala Gorrell, Mulhall-Orlando

1, Taryn Rhodes, Kremlin

2, O’Ryan Hatch, Garber

3, David Hadley, Cimarron

4, Jessica Cinnamon, Garber

Class 3

Showmanship, Ryli Powell, Ringwood

1, Ryli Powell, Ringwood

2, Paige Day, Mulhall-Orlando

3, Logan Baker, Kremlin-Hillsdale

4, Catherine Stangl, Okarche

5, Gunner Sharp, Garber

Class 4

Champion, Ryli Powell, Ringwood

Reserve, Paige Day, Mulhall-Orlando


Class 1

Showmanship, Noah Downey, Coyle

1, Jordan Carter, Garber

2, Lakan Light, Kremlin-Hillsdale

3, Jhett Broomfield, Ringwood

4, Shyanne Howard, Pond Creek-Hunter

5, Cameron Weaver, Timberlake

6, Trey Howard, Pond Creek-Hunter

Class 2

Showmanship, Tatum Yost, Lomega

1, Isaac Swinford, Morrison

2, Tatum Yost, Lomega

3, Kaylee Shenold, Mulhall-Orlando

4, Travis Newer, Kingfisher

Class 3

Showmanship, Lawson Thompson, Deer Creek-Lamont

1, Keely Chappell, Chisholm

2, Kendalyn Stueve, Perry

3, Paige Day, Mulhall-Orlando

4, Trystin Keller, Medford

Champion, Keely Chappell, Chisholm

Reserve, Kendalyn Stueve, Perry


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