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SCJLS Swine Division has large turnout

SCJLS Swine Division has large turnout
January 22
12:13 2018

The Swine Division of the 2018 Stephen County Junior Livestock Show was the largest category with 35 students showing 56 animals.

Kassidy Whitaker won the Born and Bred Market Swine category at the 2018 Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. She also showed the Champion Hamp Market Barrow and the Reserve Champion Black OPB Market Barrow. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Lee Stanley was the judge, and the results were as follows:

SWINE DIVISION

Senior Swine Showmanship: Landree Wade
Junior Swine Showmanship: Preslea Dabney
Born and Bred Market Swine: Kassidy Whitaker

Gilts
Class 36 – Black OPB Gilts – 1. Caiden Gonzales; 2. Daniella Garcia; 3. Kason Burchett; 4. Jimmy McKay.
Class 37 – Hamp Gilts – 1. John Akins; 2. JT Caraway; 3. Landon Riddle.
Class 38 – Cross Gilts – 1. Landree Wade; 2. Landree Wade; 3. Caiden Gonzales; 4. Kalandre Whitaker; 5. Lydia Quick; 6. Kason Burchett; 7. Zach Smith; 8. Daylen Alford.
Class 39 – Cross Gilts – 1. Daylen Alford; 2. Grace Nicklas; 3. Zane Herrington; 4. Kassidy Whitaker; 5. Matthew Mathias.
Class 40 – Cross Gilts – 1. Chloe Pugh; 2. Dawson Alford; 3. Austin Ducote; 4. Abigail Otts.

Champion Black OPB Market Gilt: Caiden Gonzales
Reserve Champion Black OPB Market Gilt: Daniella Garcia
Champion Hamp Market Gilt: John Akins
Reserve Champion Hamp Market Gilt: JT Caraway
Champion Cross Market Gilt: Daylen Alford
Reserve Champion Cross Market Gilt: Chloe Pugh

Barrows
Class 41 – Black OPB Barrows – 1. Kassidy Whitaker; 2. McKayden Ritter; 3. Jack McKay; 4. McKayden Ritter; 5. Johnathon Spencer.
Class 42 – Black OPB Barrows – 1. Marvin Phillips; 2. Jack McKay; 3. Dylan Robertson; 4. Kirsten Gann.
Class 43 – White OPB Barrows – 1. Daylen Alford; 2. Caiden Gonzales; 3. Jimmy McKay; 4. Lane Berkley.
Class 44 – Hamp Barrows – 1. Kassidy Whitaker; 2. John Akins; 3. Riegan Robertson.
Class 45 – Cross Barrows – 1. Landree Wade; 2. Preslea Dabney; 3. Zane Herrington; 4. Parker Wade.
Class 46 – Cross Barrows – 1. Preslea Dabney; 2. Zachary Otts; 3. Mylie Patterson; 4. Jeremyah Abila; 5. Matthew Mathias.
Class 47 – Cross Barrows – 1. Grace Nicklas; 2. Jimmy McKay; 3. Sawyer Wimberley; 4. Jack McKay.
Class 48 – Cross Barrows – 1. Dawson Alford; 2. Kason Burchett; 3. Brittney Melton.

Grand Champion Market Barrow: Dawson Alford
Reserve Champion Market Barrow: Marvin Phillips
Champion Black OPB Market Barrow: Marvin Phillips
Reserve Champion Black OPB Market Barrow: Kassidy Whitaker
Champion White OPB Market Barrow: Daylen Alford
Reserve Champion White OPB Market Barrow: Caiden Gonzales
Champion Hamp Market Barrow: Kassidy Whitaker
Reserve Champion Hamp Market Barrow: John Akins
Champion Cross Market Barrow: Dawson Alford
Reserve Champion Cross Market Barrow: Landree Wade

Landree Wade won the Senior Swine Showmanship at the 2018 Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. She also showed the Reserve Champion Cross Market Barrow. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Preslea Dabney won the Junior Swine Showmanship at the 2018 Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. She also placed first in the Class 46 Cross Barrows category. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Marvin Phillips won the Reserve Champion Market Barrow category in the 2018 Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. He also showed the Champion Black OPB Market Barrow. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

Cutline, top photo: Dawson Alford showed the Grand Champion Market Barrow in the 2018 Stephens County Junior Livestock Show. He also showed the Champion Cross Market Barrow. (Photo by Tony Pilkington/Breckenridge Texan)

 

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