Special Events & Festivals

Oswalt, Stephan and Harris have winning personality projects

The following are the results of the 4-H Personality project judging.

They are:

LEVEL A
Grades 3-4

Red Ribbon: Jalen Rice

LEVEL B
Grades 5-6

Kaitlyn Oswalt, champion, with honors.
Anissa Bredemeyer, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Anissa Bredemeyer, with honors; Kaitlyn Oswalt, with honors and Tori Rice.

Red ribbon: Jessica Kauffman

LEVEL C
Grades 7-9

Marissa Stephan, champion, with honors.

Poultry judging has many champions

Following are the results of the 4-H poultry judging.

They are:

DUCKS & GEESE
Kayla Campbell, champion.
Alyssa Butts, reserve champion.

Blue ribbons: Alli Harris, Alyssa Butts, Angus Jones, Kayla Campbell, Brooke Lengerich, Cory Blocker, Dakota Plasterer, Emma Landrum, Eric Leazier, Jacob Dear-druff, Jericho Parrett, Kaydee Small, Kevin Kaylor, Kylie Campbell, Mackenzie Butts, Madison Jones, Michael Butts, Morgin Stell, Rachel Jones, Rylie Shipbaugh, Collin Lengerich and Tori Johnson.

N. Stucky, A. Stucky and Miller are rocketry champions

Followingg are the results of the 4-H rocketry project judging.

They are:

STAGE 2
Grades 3-5

Nicholas Stucky, champion, with honors.
Nathan Park, reserve champion, with honors.
Andrew Freck, champion poster, with honors.

Irick, Winters, Sliger, Villanueva head up soil and water competition

Following are the results of the 4-H soil and water conservation judging.

They are:

Grades 3-4
Bailey Irick, champion, with honors.
Alexandra Forsythe, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Alexandria Christman; Alexandra Forsythe, with honors; and Bailey Irick, with honors.

Grades 5-6
Julie Winters, champion, with honors.

Blue ribbon: Julie Winters, with honors.

Red ribbon: Jacob White.

Grades 7-9
Robert Sliger III, champion, with honors.

Two Forsythes and Hollowell tops in vet science judging

The following are the results of the 4-H Veterinary Science judging:

LEVEL 1
Grades 3-5

Alexandra Forsythe, champion, with honors.
Jalen Rice, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Anissa Bredemeyer, with honors; Alexandra Forsythe, with honors; Kaitlyn Lamar; Emma Landrum, with honors; Wyatt Landrum; Logan Nightingale; Jordyn Poulson, with honors and Jalen Rice, with honors.

Park and Lewis get championships in weather judging

Following are the 4-H weather judging.

They are:

Grades 5-6
Nathan Park, champion, with honors.
Walter Hacker, reserve champion with honors.

Blue ribbons: Nathan Park, with honors; Jake Stephan; and Walter Hacker, with honors.

Grades 7-9
Cordell Lewis, champion, with honors.
Kathleen Jacobs, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Kathleen Jacobs, with honors; Matthew Knight; Cordell Lewis, with honors; and Haley Richman.

Grade 11
Blue ribbon: Sarah Carter.

 

2 Forsythes, Freck and Lewis win wildlife championships

Following are the results of the 4-H wildlife project judging.

They are:

LEVEL A
Grades 3-4

Alexandra Forsythe, champion, with honors.
Jacob Ely, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Brandon Briggs; Jacob Ely, with honors; Alexandra Forsythe, with honors; Cori Heffelfinger, with honors; Sadie Kohler and Josef Thomson.

Red ribbon: Jarod Lewis.

LEVEL B
Grades 5-6

Scott Forsythe, champion, with honors.
Jacob Allred, reserve champion, with honors.

Sheep breed champs


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Wether breed champions at the Huntington County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29, are (front row from left) Alyssa Aughinbaugh, whiteface and blackface; Makayla Hood, Oxford and county bred; and Cory Little, natural; and (back row from left) Jsoie Beaver, rate of gain; Lane Burnau, carcass on foot; Trent Lahr, Hapshire and Suffolk; and Kaitlynn Hedrick, Rambouillet.

Waiting to spring into action


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Alli Harris, 2009 Huntington County 4-H Fair Royalty Champion, holds banners and plaques to be handed out during the Huntington County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29.

Hood, Aughinbaugh, Sliger and Karst are sheep showmanship winners


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Showmanship champions at the Huntington County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29, are (from left) Makayla Hood, first year; Kaitlin Aughinbaugh, junior; Robert Sliger III, intermediate; and Lindsey Karst, senior.

Sliger wins grand champion pen of two


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Robert Sliger III (right) had the grand champion pen of two during the Huntington County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29, at Hier's Park. Assisting Sliger with the second animal is Alyssa Aughinbaugh.

Lahr wins grand champion market lamb


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Trent Lahr (right) won the grand champion market lamb and trhe champion county-bred market lamb at the Huntingotn County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29. Helping to hold banners are Judge Robert Carr (left) and Alli Harris, Huntington County 4-H Fair Royalty Champion.

Aughinbaugh shows grand champion ewe


Photo by Cindy Klepper.

Alyssa Aughinbaugh showed the grand champion ewe during the Huntington County 4-H Sheep Show on Wednesday, July 29, at Hier's Park.

Shipley wins starter calf championship


Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Tanner Shipley was named champion at the Huntington County 4-H Starter Calf Show on Wednesday, July 29, in the Show Arena at Hier's Park.

Final look


Photo by Andre B. Laird.

Kaitlyn Stephan (left) and Erin Knight postiion their starter calf entries as the judge takes one more look before making a decision on Wednesday, July 29, in the Huntington County 4-H Starter Calf Show.

4-H Fashion Revue names champions

Following are the results of the 4-H Fashion Revue, held at Lincoln Elementary School on July 21.

They are:

JUNIOR DIVISION
Grade 3

Blue ribbons: Kaitlyn LaMar, with honor; Mary Layman, with honor, Josi Barscz, with honor; and Kendra Arnold, with honor.

Grade 4
Blue ribbons: Kirsten Roller, with honor; Jasmine Rae McGaughey, with honor; and Cora Hill, with honor.

Grade 5
Blue ribbons: Savanna Stoltz, with honor and Samantha Roller, with honor.

Grade 6
Blue ribbon: Madison Phillips, with honor.

Dairy show champs rise to top

Following are the results of the 4-H dairy judging.

They are:

SHOWMANSHIP
Senior
Alexis Wygant, champion.
Alex Jackson, reserve champion.

Intermediate
Zane Wygant, champion.
Cailey Baker, reserve champion.

Junior
Deandra Wygant, champion.
Hayley Jackson, reserve champion.

Brown, Widener and Reed are cake decorating champions

Following are the results of the 4-H cake judging.

They are:

BEGINNER
Grades 3-5
Savannah Brown, champion, with honors.
Alexa Hill, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Kaitlin Aughinbaugh, with honors; Anissa Bredemeyer; Savannah Brown, with honors; Alexa Hill, with honors; Gracie Noel; Kalee Platt; Jordyn Poulson, with honors; Brooklyn Robin; Taylor Scher; Morgan Snodderly, with honors; Kaitlyn Stephan, with honors; Leigh Ann Trickle and Jeffrey Whicker.

Alexandra Forsythe is weeds champion

Following are the results of the 4-H weeds judging.

They are:

DIVISION II
Alexandra Forsythe, champion.
Scott Forsythe, reserve champion.

Blue ribbons: Abby Blocker; Alexandra Forsythe, with honors; Scott Forsythe, with honors; and Bonnie Hardy.

 

Robison wins supreme champion female at beef show Tuesday


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Autumn Robison (right)  poses with her Shorthorn heifer, which was named supreme champion female at the Huntington County 4-H Beef Show on Tuesday, July 28. Her brother, Austin, holds the banner she received for her honor.

Poulson wins grand champion steer at beef show Tuesday night


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Landon Poulson (right) stands with his grand champion steer at the Huntington County Beef Show on Tuesday, July 28. HIs brother, Braydon, holds the grand champion banner.

Heifer breed champions


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Winning heifer breed champion awards at the Huntington County 4-H Beef Show on Tuesday, July 28, are (front row from left) Colin Langston, champion Charolais and supreme reserve champion female; Jami Norwood, champion Simmental; Logan Kline, champion Chianina; Makayla Hood, reserve champion Simmental; and Sarah Hunnicutt, champion Limousin; and (back row from left) Morgan Wiedenhoeft, champion cow/calf; Cassidy Johnson, champion Red Poll; Ethan Wiedenhoeft, champion Hereford; Alexis Wygant, champion Angus; Jason Knight, country-bred champion Chianina; and Autumn Robison, champion Shortho

Steer breed champions

Winning steer breed champion awards at the Huntington County 4-H Beef Show on Tuesday, July 28, are (front row from left) Emma Landrum, county-bred and reserve champion Shorthorn; Zane Wygant, champion Angus; Tanner Shipley, champion Red Poll; Brody Norwood, champion Simmental; Sarah Hunnicutt, champion all-other-breeds; and Austin Shipley, champion Maine-Anjou; and (back row from left) Landon Poulson, champion crossbred and grand champion steer; Braydon Poulson, champion Charolais; Thatcher Landrum, champion Hereford and county-bred champion; Andrew Mason, champion dairy; Autumn Robison

Rate of gain champion


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Jacob Hiatt is the winner of the Huntington County 4-H Beef Show rate of gain competition, earning his hardware for his animal gaining at 4.246 pounds per day.

Beef showmanship winners


Photo by Matt Murphy.

Topping their competition to win showmanship honors Tuesday, July 28, at the Huntington County 4-H Beef Show are (from left) Rhitt Langston, first year; Jami Norwood, junior, Tanner Shipley, intermediate; and Ethan Wiedenhoeft, senior.

Brewer takes grand champion barrow honor


Photo by Jessica Williams.

Trevor Brewer (left) was the winner of the grand champion barrow at the Huntington County 4-H Swine Show on Monday, July 27. Cory Little holds the grand champ banner.

Johnson wins grand champion gilt at swine show


Photo by Jessica Williams.

Briana Johnson earned the grand chmapion gilt honor at the Huntington County 4-H Swine Show on Monday, July 27.

Swine showmanship winners


Photo by Jessica Williams.

Swine showmanship champions flash their hardware at the Huntington County 4-H Swine Show on Monday, July 27. Winners are (from left) Jada Johnson, first year; Bailey Irick, junior; Dakota Sunday, intermediate; and Austin Robison, senior.

Barrow champions


Photo by Jessica Williams.

Barrow champions named at the Huntington County 4-H Swine Show on Monday, July 27, are (front row from left) Cassidy Johnson, Tanner Shipley, Trevor Brewer and Makayla Hood and (back row from left) Jackson Johnson, Trent Lahr,Tara Stoffel and Briana Johnson.

Nightingale and Stanley are champions in strawberry judging

Following are the results of the 4-H strawberry judging.

They are:

DIVISION I
Morgan Nightingale, champion, with honors.
Tyler Karst, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Sara Karst, with honors; Tyler Karst, with honors; Stephanie McElhaney; and Morgan Nightin-gale, with honors.

DIVISION II & ABOVE
Alexandra Stanley, champion, with honors.
Darin Thomas, reserve champion, with honors.

Blue ribbons: Alexandra Stanley, with honors, and Darin Thomas, with honors.

 

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