Dogs -- and owners -- have their day at Huntington County 4-H Dog Show July 7-8 at Hier’s Park


Mason Conley listens intently to judge Alicia Bloomfield on Saturday, July 7, during the obedience portion of the 4-H Dog Show. Photo by Andre. B. Laird

The Huntington County 4-H Dog Show was held Saturday and Sunday, July 7 and 8, at Hier's Park.

Complete results are as follows:

Obedience
Class 1A - Kristen Walker, champion; and Mason Conley, reserve.

Red ribbons went to Lilyanna Alexander and Lilyanna Wells.

White ribbons went to Stephanie Adkinson, Carissa Beck, Madison Worster, Dani Clark, Stephanie Dryer and Grace Barlow.

Also participating were Corah Rypley and Evie Rowley.

Class 1B - Abby Blocker, champion; and Lindsey Yoder, reserve.

Red ribbons went to Keely Anderson, Austin Lantz, Liz Conley and Kylie Lavrey.

White ribbons went to Colt Helton and Ashley Crago.
Also participating was Taylor Scher.

Class 2A - Rachelle Mann, champion; and Joshua Rice, reserve.

Red ribbons went to Trista King, Kamala Brandewine and Keely Anderson.

Also participating were Danielle Korporal, Madison Hart, Spencer Adkinson and Katie Korporal.

Class 2B - Isaiah Conley, champion; and Gabrielle Haneline, reserve.

Red ribbons went to Savannah Brown and Cora Helton.

White ribbons went to Liz Conley, Josilyn Platt, Kiara Dominguez and Nathan Luscumb.

Class 3A - Colene Smart, champion; and Rachelle Mann, reserve.

Class 3B - Taylor Scher, champion.

Veteran - Colene Smart, champion; and Caleb Smart, reserve.

Showmanship
Novice - Stephanie Atkinson, champion; and Keely Anderson, reserve.

Also competing were Austin Lantz, Grace Barlow, Stephanie Dryer, Dani Clark, Madison Worster, Kirsten Walker, Evie Rowley and Corah Rupley.

Junior - Madison Hart, champion; and Trista King, reserve.

Also competing were Kylie Lavrey and Spencer Adkinson.
Intermediate - Cora Helton, champion; and Joshua Rice, reserve.

Also competing were Kiara Dominguez, Josilyn Platt, Lilyanna Wells, Savannah Brown and Gabrielle Haneline.

Senior - Rachelle Mann, champion; and Colene Smart, reserve.

Also competing were Katie Korporal, Liz Conley, Abby Blocker, Colt Helton, Caleb Smart and Nathan Luscumb.

Agility
Advanced B - Colene Smart, champion; and Caleb Smart, reserve.

Advanced A - Rachelle Mann, champion.

Intermediate B - Taylor Scher, champion; Liz Conley, reserve.

Kiara Dominguez, blue ribbon.

Intermediate A - Isaiah Conley, champion; and Cora Helton, reserve.

Josilyn Platt and Liz Conley, blue ribbons.

Beginner B - Colene Smart, champion; and Nathan Luscumb, reserve.

Gabrielle Haneline, Madison Hart, Savannah Brown, Ashley Crago, Colt Helton, Taylor Scher and Trista King, blue ribbons.

Beginner A - Danielle Korporal, champion; and Lindsey Yoder, reserve.

Kamala Brandewine, Spencer Adkinson, Katie Korporal and Joshua Rice, blue ribbons.

Rally
Novice A - Lilyanna Alexander, champion; and Lilyanna Wells, reserve.

Receiving blue ribbons were Madison Worster, Stephanie Dryer, Kirsten Walker, Grace Barlow and Corah Rupley.

Carissa Beck received a red ribbon.

Receiving white ribbons were Stephanie Adkinson and Kylie Lavrey.

Advanced A - Liz Conley, champion; and Isaiah Conley, reserve.

Cora Helton received a blue ribbon.

Receiving red ribbons were Josilyn Platt and Kiara Dominguez.

Advanced B - Taylor Scher, champion.

Receiving blue ribbons were Caleb Smart, Colene Smart and Rachelle Mann.

Excellence B - Colene Smart, champion.

Novice B - Taylor Scher, champion; and Abby Blocker, reserve.

Receiving blue ribbons were Liz Conley, Rachelle Mann, Gabrielle Haneline, Joshua Rice, Nathan Luscumb, Kamala Brandewine, Savannah Brown, Colt Helton, Madison Hart, Lindsey Yoder and Spencer Adkinson.

Receiving red ribbons were Danielle Korporal, Trista King and Keely Anderson.

Complete caption: Mason Conley listens intently to judge Alicia Bloomfield on Saturday, July 7, during the obedience portion of the 4-H Dog Show. Area 4-H’ers competed in different classes in the categories of obedience, showmanship, rally and agility. The event was held at Hier’s Park.