Sophomore judging team finds success
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Posted by: Andrea Yoxall
Members of the sophomore Livestock Judging Team at Seward County Community College/Area Technical School are Corey Wilkins, Holly Pond, AL; Devain Taylor, Clayton, N.M.; Jena Eder, Sharon Springs; and Jade Greene, Rolla.
Livestock Judging Teams at Seward County Community College/Area Technical
School in Liberal, Kansas have seen some success this fall.
sophomore team includes Corey Wilkins, Holly Pond, AL;
Devain Taylor, Clayton, New Mexico; Jena Eder of Sharon Springs; and Jade
Eder was second overall at the Amarillo, Texas, Tri-State Fair. She also second
in cattle and sixth in hogs.
D.J. Etzler of Ignacio, Colo., also
placed seventh in cattle and Lindsay Bulk of Riley was fourth in hogs.
At the Tulsa State Fair, Etzler was eighth
in cattle and 10th overall.
At the State
Fair of Texas in Dallas, Etzler was third in sheep, Kaylee
Pelfrey of Texico, N.M., was fourth in
The freshman team of Pelfrey, Etzler,
Shanon Robinson of Balko, Okla., Aaron Richie of Flagler, Colo., Rochelle St.
Amand of Danville, Al., & Bulk was third in sheep and sixth overall.
Wilkins was seventh
high individual at AK-SAR-BEN in Omaha, Neb. The freshman team was fourth
overall that day with third in reasons and sheep.
judging team competed last week in Louisville, KY at the North American
International Livestock Exposition (NAILE), one of only six national contests.
Thirty teams from across the country competed. Wilkins was fourth in the hog
division and tied for 10th overall.