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March 14, 2013

Woodward District Livestock Show results

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Woodward, Okla. — Crossbred

Class 1: 1, Austin Reed, Freedom. 2, Landri Bennett, Beaver 4-H.3, Jaylynn Lamb, Hammon 4-H. 4, Bracen Lewis, Mooreland 4-H. 5, Kori Chance, Woodward FFA. 6, Jerika Halley, Sharon-Mutual FFA. 7, Dahlyn Thomas, Ellis County 4-H. 8, Andy Bennett, Beaver FFA. 9, Tiffany Weber, Freedom FFA.

Class 2: 1, Kadee Kenny, Mooreland FFA. 2, Amber Conrady, Woodward FFA. 3, Hunter Vaughn, Ellis County 4-H. 4, Josh Burlingham, Laverne FFA. 5, Ross Murrow, Alva FFA. 6, Lori Mullins, Mooreland FFA. 7, Heath Barton, Shattuck FFA. 8, Hunter Martinez, Texhoma FFA.

Class 3: 1, Holly Muret, Leedey 4-H. 2, Traci Owen, Alva FFA. 3, Kate Gosney, Shattuck FFA. 4, Madelyn Trentham, Leedey 4-H. 5, Austin Bradt, Laverne 4-H. 6, Kaleb McDonald, Beaver FFA. 7, Ridge Hughbanks, Alva FFA. 8, Bryce Bolton, Boise City FFA. 9, Heath McCleskey, Balko FFA.

Class 4: 1, Tracer Raven, Laverne FFA. 2, Kolby Slater, Alva FFA. 3, Holly Muret, Leedey 4-H. 4, Tara Owen, Alva FFA. 5, Madelyn Trentham, Leedey 4-H. 6, Paige Gosney, Shattuck FFA. 7, Riley Hess, Alva FFA. 8, Emma Pool, Woodward.

Class 5: 1, Kristopher Robinson, Aline-Cleo FFA. 2, Shelby Brown, Beaver FFA. 3, Logan Maher, Mooreland FFA. 4, Courtney Mapes, Alva FFA. 5, David Wion, Seiling 4-H. 6, Kenna Silas. 7, Lane Madsen, Alva FFA. 8, Jayna Hadwiger, Alva FFA.

Class 6: 1, Chase White, Sharon-Mutual FFA. 2, Kade Harland, Buffalo FFA. 3, Jenna Trissel, Leedey FFA. 4, Kalen Gabel, Beaver FFA. 5, Chase White, Sharon-Mutual FFA. 6, Britt Taylor, Shattuck FFA. 7, Kalen Gabel, Beaver FFA. 8, Terrill Burton, Alva FFA.

Class 7: 1, Josiah Wood, Aline-Cleo FFA. 2, Kate Gosney, Shattuck FFA. 3, Madison Read, Woodward 4-H. 4, Alex Calloway, Shattuck FFA. 5, Nikole Cooley, Taloga FFA. 6, Andrew Jesko, Beaver FFA. 7, Tanner Burton, Alva FFA. 8, Brya Nyberg, Seiling FFA.

Class 8: 1, Kierstyn Mesa, Beaver FFA. 2, Chalee White, Sharon-Mutual FFA. 3, Casey Edwards, Aline-Cleo FFA. 4, Dustin Martinez, Guymon FFA. 5, Austin Rankin, Waynoka 4-H. 6, Tanner Bensch, Seiling FFA. 7, Trayven Kirkhart, Laverne FFA. 8, Kaleb Maphet, Laverne FFA.

Class 9: 1, Kolby Slater, Alva FFA. 2, Dillon Dugger, Hammon FFA. 3, Kaden Slater, Alva FFA. 4, Trae Pugh, Beaver FFA. 5, Hannah Parker, Balko FFA. 6, Kyle Hash, Buffalo FFA. 7, Lane Fanning, Laverne FFA.

Breed champion: Kierstyn Mesa, Beaver FFA.

Reserve champion: Tracer Raven, Laverne FFA.

Grand champion barrow: Riley Gaston, Woodward FFA, Hamp.

Reserve grand champion barrow: Kaden Slater, Alva FFA, Hamp.

Showmanship winners

Trenton Swenn, Seth Rutledge, Tanner Smith, Wyatt Castor, Kaylie Springer, Jenna Trissel, Kate Gosney, Tracer Raven, Holly Muret, Tanner Bensch, Dakota Nusser, Kristen Combs, Allyson Robinson, Kayli Ryel, Madelyn Trentham, Hayden Hoock, Josiah Wood, Austin Reed, Kaden Slater, Alex Calloway, Logan Maher.

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