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Pennsylvania 4-H, Ohio University Win Youth Judging Contest at KILE
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sor; Travis Shane, Toey Johnson, Mike Fearon, Josh Sears, Dave Sanders, Allen Gah
ler, Korre Boyer, Jeff Long, Tom Turner, Jennifer Bok, and Duff George, representing
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was seventh and Gahler was
In swine, Sanders was fourth,
Johnson was fifth, Fearon was
sixth, Bok was seventh and
Sears was eighth.
In sheep, Bok was first, Sears
was eighth and Shane was
High individual in the con
test was Mike Catron, Virginia
Tech. He was third overall in
reasons, first in cattle, second in
sheep and third in swine.
The Virginia Tech team
placed second overall, second in
reasons, first in sheep, third in
swine and cattle. Other team
members are Mike Swisher, Joi
Dyer, Chris Sumner, Robin
McCall, and Scott Buchanon,
coached by Matthew Miller.
Other team placings include:
3. Illinois State University (sec
ond in cattle and swine and
fourth in sheep), 4. The
Pennsylvania State University
(second in sheep, third in rea
sons, fourth in cattle and swine)
5. Delaware Valley College, 6.
West Virginia University.
Illinois State University’s
Beau Byington was the winner
of the High Individual Market
In the youth competition, the
Indiana FFA team was second,
led by Brad Morehouse’s placing
as overall high individual
Member Danny Zeller was fifth,
Craig Black was sixth, Paul
Wehmier was tenth and Jason
Reynolds was fourteenth. The
team was third overall in rea
sons. Six team members were in
the top 15 in overall reasons
competition: 3. Jason Miller, 6.
Craig Black, 11. Paul Wehmeier,
12. Danny Zeller, 14. Jason
Reynolds, 15. Brad Morehouse.
The Indiana FFA team
placed first in swine, second in
beef and sheep. They were third
Other high teams in the
youth competition were: 3.
Maryland 4-H (third in beef,
swine and fourth in beef and
fifth in swine), 5. Indiana 4-H, 6.
Virginia 4-H, 7. Tennessee 4-H,
8. Kentucky FFA, 9.
Pennsylvania FFA, and 10. New
Sponsors of the awards
breakfast for the contest were
Agway, Inc., Hatfield Quality
Meats and Keystone