LOCAL TEAMS FARE WELL AT DISTRICT 4H CONTEST

  

The Washington County Livestock Judging Team took top sweepstakes honors for the third year in a row at the  District 11 4-H Judging Contest this past weekend at TAMU.

RESULTS:

1st Place Junior Team

Taiden Thiel - 3rd HPI Overall, 5th Cattle, 2nd Sheep and Goats,

Gene Bilski - 8th HPI, 2nd Cattle

Calvin Wunderlich - 12th HPI, 3rd Cattle

Dawson Moran

 

2nd Place Junior Team

Paige Fritsch - 1st HPI Overall, 1st Sheep and Goats, 2nd Hogs

McKenzie Tiemann

Hailey Rudloff - 6th HPI, 4th Sheep and Goats

 

2nd Place Intermediate Team

Weston Hinze - 6th HPI Overall, 3rd Sheep and Goats, 1st Reasons

Chet Fritsch - 4th HPI Overall, 5th Cattle, 3rd Hogs, 3rd Reasons,

Tanna Thiel - 11th HPI Overall

Waylon Hinze - 12th HPI Overall, 2nd Sheep and Goats, 5th Hogs, 6th Reasons

 

3rd Place Intermediate Team

Della Jasinski - 2nd HPI Overall, 1st Cattle, 5th Sheep and Goats, 4th Hogs, 4th Reasons

Madison Moran- 8th HPI Overall, 5th Reasons

Dawson Rudloff

William Schomburg

Dalton Winkelmann

 

Seniors:

Holli Baker - 8th HPI Overall, 5th Reasons, 4th Hogs

Laura Zibilski

 

The Washington Co 4-H Soil Judging Team also had a big day at the District 11 Contest. The Soil Judging Teams are coached by Trey Boeker and Gil Janner.

 

1st Junior Team

Corbin Janner (2nd HPI)

Jonathan Nelson (1st HPI)

 

1st Intermediate Team

Thomas Morgan (1st HPI)

Marty Naumann (4th HPI)

Ty Crampton (5th HPI)

 

Senior

Clayton Boeker (1st HPI) will move on to represent Washington County at the Texas 4-H Roundup in June.

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