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News : FFA District Level Winners Announced
Posted by Randy on 2014/4/3 6:47:39 (415 reads) News by the same author

Several career development, or judging contests, were Tuesday at the district level for FFA chapters in northwest Missouri. More events are scheduled today.

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Among on-line results on FFA teams placing in the “top ten” Tuesday:

Princeton had the first place in judging of horses. Chillicothe took first in the livestock and Gallatin had the top team in agronomy. Looking at team results, following Princeton in horse judging were North Mercer 3rd, North Harrison 4th, South Harrison 6th, and Chillicothe 8th. Finishing behind Chillicothe in livestock judging was Princeton 2nd, North Harrison 5th, Pattonsburg 8th, and Hamilton 9th. In agronomy, ranking behind Gallatin was Braymer 6th and Gilman City 7th.

For poultry judging, Cameron was 3rd, Gallatin 4th, Princeton 5th, North Harrison 7th, Hamilton 8th, Jamesport 9th, and North Mercer 10th.

For entomology, Jamesport was 3rd and Gallatin 7th.

For nursery-landscape, Hamilton was 3rd.

In floriculture, Tina-Avalon was 4th and Gallatin 5th.

For judging of soils, Polo was 4th, Gilman City 6th.

In farm management, Hamilton was 5th, Grundy R-5 6th, Polo 7th, and Trenton 9th.


Other rankings by the Trenton FFA teams Tuesday included 11th in nursery- landscape and in poultry; 16th in soils; 17th in entomology; 18th in agronomy and 22nd in floriculture.


Top ten individual judging results for our area from Tuesday include:

Princetons' Brant Faulkner, Drew Cox, and Nichole Oswalt were ranked one, two, and three in horse judging. Others in the top ten from this area were Gaige Blake of North Harrison 5th, Jessica Levis 7th and Brittany Snow, both of North Mercer, 9th Chillicothe and Princeton dominated in livestock. Bailey Henry and Lauren Haley of Chillicothe tied for 1ST place; Princetons' Thomas Mallinson was 3rd, Justin Hamilton 4th, and Abby McLain was tied for 5th with Carlee Johnson of Chillicothe.

Tessa Schwartzkopf of Princeton was 8th.

Gallatin FFA'er Aubrey Burns took first place honors in agronomy with Kase Critten of Gallatin fourth.

In poultry, Mattison Ishmael of Gallatin was 2nd; Jacob Schwenneker of Princeton took 6th, Savannah Milburn of Princeton 10th; and Hayley Sample of North
Mercer was 12th.

Jamesport Tri County's Nate Sutton tied for 5th high individual in entomology.

In farm management, Polo's Alex Johnson was first; Tristan Milligan of Hamilton was 5th and McKenna Owens of Grundy R-5 in Galt placed 10th.

Three members of the Hamilton FFA: Dalton Thompson, Levi Dunham, and Jill Finch were 8th through 10th in the nursery-landscape contest at the district level.

At the Northwest Missouri career development, or judging, events Wednesday, Trenton FFA had a couple teams take second place.

Princeton FFA had two more teams win first place. Princeton and Trenton finished one, two in meats judging. North Harrison was 6th.

Trenton had a team take 2nd place in ag sales. Jamesport Tri-County was 5th.

Princeton took 1st with North Harrison 2nd in the judging of dairy cattle.

South Harrison was 4th, Gallatin 6th, and Trenton 10th.

Hamilton takes 1st place in forestry judging. Others from the area include North Harrison 3rd, Braymer 7th, Tina-Avalon 8th, and Cameron 9th. Trenton had a team 15th.

Hamilton had another team win 1st place in ag mechanics. Chillicothe was 3rd,
Gallatin 4th, and Trenton 8th.

In an overall review of the FFA team results of the past two days competition:

Princeton captured 1st place at districts in horses, dairy cattle and meats;

Gallatin takes 1st on agronomy

Hamilton was 1st in forestry and ag mechanics

Chillicothe finished in 1st place in livestock judging

Trenton FFA teams that finished 2nd were in ag sales, and meats

Princeton had a 2nd place team in livestock (poultry was corrected to 5th)

North Mercer was 3rd in horses; Jamesport 3rd in entomology; Chillicothe 3rd in ag mechanics


In looking at individual rankings for the meats judging, Princeton FFA students Darcee Schwartzkopf, Devin Purvis, and Maddie Enright were the top three; Cheslie Jones was 5th. For Trenton, Jeremiah Chipps and Logan Demsich were 8th and 9th; other team members from Trenton are Bailey Owen (11th) and Becca Tate (23rd)

Regarding individual rankings in ag sales: Trenton FFA members Brielly Roy was 3rd, Hayley Matthews 4th, and Alex Davis was 7th.

Individual rankings in dairy cattle judging saw Krissi Cox of North Harrison 2nd, Kelsey Batson of Princeton tied for 4th, Shambree Hagan of Princeton 6th, Tanner
Daugherty of South Harrison 7th and Kiley Gibson of North Harrison was 9th.

In forestry, Hamilton students scored high with Lyndi Heldenbrand and Alex Angle 1st and 2nd; Kenna Schmidt 4th and Max Ernat 9th. Others from the area include Trey Wilson of North Mercer 5th in forestry and Jack Hutton of North Harrison 8th.

In ag mechanics, Hamiltons' Drew Finch was 1st; Derrick Baldwin of Gallatin 5th, Cody Kanniainen of Chillicothe 6th, Tyler Carder of Gallatin 7th, Gabe Bowen of Hamilton and Tucker Jones of Chillicothe tied for 8th place.

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