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Brule and Lincoln County 4-H livestock judging teams win trips to national contests

BROOKINGS, SD – The Brule County 4-H livestock judging team won first place in the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest held on July 23.

Individuals on the winning team included Blaine Geppert, Taylor Geppert, Tate Glaus and Shelby Kroupa. The team earned a record-breaking 1,375 points. As the top county team in the senior division, the Brule County 4-Hers earned a trip to represent South Dakota at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, KY on Nov. 16. That event is held in conjunction with the 2010 North American International Livestock Exposition.

The judging team from Lincoln County earned runner-up county champion honors. The team included Ashley Beer, Daniel Bogue, Jessica Bogue and Maggie Vander Laan. The 4-H team from Brown County place third, Codington County finished fourth, and Walworth County’s team was fifth in the contest.

The Lincoln County team will represent South Dakota at the American Royal 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City.

Eighteen senior 4-H livestock judging teams from across the state competed in the event.

In the individual competition, Lane Peterson of Hyde County took home the overall champion honors as a senior 4-H livestock judge. Shelby Kroupa, Brule County, placed second in the division, Taylor Geppert, Brule County, was third, Ethan Johnson of Minnehaha County was fourth and Tate Glaus, Brule County, finished fifth.

Twenty county teams competed in the junior division at the contest. Brown County took first with a team that included Chandler Ellwein, Maryn Howard, Carly Wheeting, and Nathan Wright. Potter County’s 4-H team took second, and Brooke DeRouchey, Alyson Hageman, Shaye Jungwirth, and Megan Simon made up their team. Brule County’s team finished third, with Minnehaha County placing fourth, and Brookings County’s team finishing fifth.

Maryn Howard, Brown County, was the first overall individual in the junior division. Alex Van Asselt, Minnehaha County, finished second, Megan Simon, Potter County was third, Carter Vander Wal, Brookings County, placed fourth, and Alexa Montagne, Union County, took fifth place.

In the beginner 4-H livestock judging division, 20 teams took part. Brule County won first place with their team that included Mataya Geppert, Randi Grussing, Mikayden Weston, and Sawyer Naasz. Miner County earned second place with Benjamin Conner, Maggie Conner, Haley Feldhaus, and Hanna Peterson judging on the team. Beadle County 4-H was third, Kingsbury County’s team took fourth, and Spink County finished in fifth place.

Jacob Sievers of Beadle County took the first-place individual finish in the beginner division, while Maxwell Nielson, Brookings County, finished second. Mataya Geppert, Brule County, took third, Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County, placed fourth, and Harlie Malpert, Brown County, was fifth.

Your county Extension office has complete results and scores on the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest.

BROOKINGS, SD – The Brule County 4-H livestock judging team won first place in the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest held on July 23.

Individuals on the winning team included Blaine Geppert, Taylor Geppert, Tate Glaus and Shelby Kroupa. The team earned a record-breaking 1,375 points. As the top county team in the senior division, the Brule County 4-Hers earned a trip to represent South Dakota at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, KY on Nov. 16. That event is held in conjunction with the 2010 North American International Livestock Exposition.

The judging team from Lincoln County earned runner-up county champion honors. The team included Ashley Beer, Daniel Bogue, Jessica Bogue and Maggie Vander Laan. The 4-H team from Brown County place third, Codington County finished fourth, and Walworth County’s team was fifth in the contest.

The Lincoln County team will represent South Dakota at the American Royal 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City.

Eighteen senior 4-H livestock judging teams from across the state competed in the event.

In the individual competition, Lane Peterson of Hyde County took home the overall champion honors as a senior 4-H livestock judge. Shelby Kroupa, Brule County, placed second in the division, Taylor Geppert, Brule County, was third, Ethan Johnson of Minnehaha County was fourth and Tate Glaus, Brule County, finished fifth.

Twenty county teams competed in the junior division at the contest. Brown County took first with a team that included Chandler Ellwein, Maryn Howard, Carly Wheeting, and Nathan Wright. Potter County’s 4-H team took second, and Brooke DeRouchey, Alyson Hageman, Shaye Jungwirth, and Megan Simon made up their team. Brule County’s team finished third, with Minnehaha County placing fourth, and Brookings County’s team finishing fifth.

Maryn Howard, Brown County, was the first overall individual in the junior division. Alex Van Asselt, Minnehaha County, finished second, Megan Simon, Potter County was third, Carter Vander Wal, Brookings County, placed fourth, and Alexa Montagne, Union County, took fifth place.

In the beginner 4-H livestock judging division, 20 teams took part. Brule County won first place with their team that included Mataya Geppert, Randi Grussing, Mikayden Weston, and Sawyer Naasz. Miner County earned second place with Benjamin Conner, Maggie Conner, Haley Feldhaus, and Hanna Peterson judging on the team. Beadle County 4-H was third, Kingsbury County’s team took fourth, and Spink County finished in fifth place.

Jacob Sievers of Beadle County took the first-place individual finish in the beginner division, while Maxwell Nielson, Brookings County, finished second. Mataya Geppert, Brule County, took third, Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County, placed fourth, and Harlie Malpert, Brown County, was fifth.

Your county Extension office has complete results and scores on the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest.

BROOKINGS, SD – The Brule County 4-H livestock judging team won first place in the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest held on July 23.

Individuals on the winning team included Blaine Geppert, Taylor Geppert, Tate Glaus and Shelby Kroupa. The team earned a record-breaking 1,375 points. As the top county team in the senior division, the Brule County 4-Hers earned a trip to represent South Dakota at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, KY on Nov. 16. That event is held in conjunction with the 2010 North American International Livestock Exposition.

The judging team from Lincoln County earned runner-up county champion honors. The team included Ashley Beer, Daniel Bogue, Jessica Bogue and Maggie Vander Laan. The 4-H team from Brown County place third, Codington County finished fourth, and Walworth County’s team was fifth in the contest.

The Lincoln County team will represent South Dakota at the American Royal 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City.

Eighteen senior 4-H livestock judging teams from across the state competed in the event.

In the individual competition, Lane Peterson of Hyde County took home the overall champion honors as a senior 4-H livestock judge. Shelby Kroupa, Brule County, placed second in the division, Taylor Geppert, Brule County, was third, Ethan Johnson of Minnehaha County was fourth and Tate Glaus, Brule County, finished fifth.

Twenty county teams competed in the junior division at the contest. Brown County took first with a team that included Chandler Ellwein, Maryn Howard, Carly Wheeting, and Nathan Wright. Potter County’s 4-H team took second, and Brooke DeRouchey, Alyson Hageman, Shaye Jungwirth, and Megan Simon made up their team. Brule County’s team finished third, with Minnehaha County placing fourth, and Brookings County’s team finishing fifth.

Maryn Howard, Brown County, was the first overall individual in the junior division. Alex Van Asselt, Minnehaha County, finished second, Megan Simon, Potter County was third, Carter Vander Wal, Brookings County, placed fourth, and Alexa Montagne, Union County, took fifth place.

In the beginner 4-H livestock judging division, 20 teams took part. Brule County won first place with their team that included Mataya Geppert, Randi Grussing, Mikayden Weston, and Sawyer Naasz. Miner County earned second place with Benjamin Conner, Maggie Conner, Haley Feldhaus, and Hanna Peterson judging on the team. Beadle County 4-H was third, Kingsbury County’s team took fourth, and Spink County finished in fifth place.

Jacob Sievers of Beadle County took the first-place individual finish in the beginner division, while Maxwell Nielson, Brookings County, finished second. Mataya Geppert, Brule County, took third, Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County, placed fourth, and Harlie Malpert, Brown County, was fifth.

Your county Extension office has complete results and scores on the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest.

BROOKINGS, SD – The Brule County 4-H livestock judging team won first place in the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest held on July 23.

Individuals on the winning team included Blaine Geppert, Taylor Geppert, Tate Glaus and Shelby Kroupa. The team earned a record-breaking 1,375 points. As the top county team in the senior division, the Brule County 4-Hers earned a trip to represent South Dakota at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, KY on Nov. 16. That event is held in conjunction with the 2010 North American International Livestock Exposition.

The judging team from Lincoln County earned runner-up county champion honors. The team included Ashley Beer, Daniel Bogue, Jessica Bogue and Maggie Vander Laan. The 4-H team from Brown County place third, Codington County finished fourth, and Walworth County’s team was fifth in the contest.

The Lincoln County team will represent South Dakota at the American Royal 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City.

Eighteen senior 4-H livestock judging teams from across the state competed in the event.

In the individual competition, Lane Peterson of Hyde County took home the overall champion honors as a senior 4-H livestock judge. Shelby Kroupa, Brule County, placed second in the division, Taylor Geppert, Brule County, was third, Ethan Johnson of Minnehaha County was fourth and Tate Glaus, Brule County, finished fifth.

Twenty county teams competed in the junior division at the contest. Brown County took first with a team that included Chandler Ellwein, Maryn Howard, Carly Wheeting, and Nathan Wright. Potter County’s 4-H team took second, and Brooke DeRouchey, Alyson Hageman, Shaye Jungwirth, and Megan Simon made up their team. Brule County’s team finished third, with Minnehaha County placing fourth, and Brookings County’s team finishing fifth.

Maryn Howard, Brown County, was the first overall individual in the junior division. Alex Van Asselt, Minnehaha County, finished second, Megan Simon, Potter County was third, Carter Vander Wal, Brookings County, placed fourth, and Alexa Montagne, Union County, took fifth place.

In the beginner 4-H livestock judging division, 20 teams took part. Brule County won first place with their team that included Mataya Geppert, Randi Grussing, Mikayden Weston, and Sawyer Naasz. Miner County earned second place with Benjamin Conner, Maggie Conner, Haley Feldhaus, and Hanna Peterson judging on the team. Beadle County 4-H was third, Kingsbury County’s team took fourth, and Spink County finished in fifth place.

Jacob Sievers of Beadle County took the first-place individual finish in the beginner division, while Maxwell Nielson, Brookings County, finished second. Mataya Geppert, Brule County, took third, Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County, placed fourth, and Harlie Malpert, Brown County, was fifth.

Your county Extension office has complete results and scores on the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest.

BROOKINGS, SD – The Brule County 4-H livestock judging team won first place in the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest held on July 23.

Individuals on the winning team included Blaine Geppert, Taylor Geppert, Tate Glaus and Shelby Kroupa. The team earned a record-breaking 1,375 points. As the top county team in the senior division, the Brule County 4-Hers earned a trip to represent South Dakota at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Louisville, KY on Nov. 16. That event is held in conjunction with the 2010 North American International Livestock Exposition.

The judging team from Lincoln County earned runner-up county champion honors. The team included Ashley Beer, Daniel Bogue, Jessica Bogue and Maggie Vander Laan. The 4-H team from Brown County place third, Codington County finished fourth, and Walworth County’s team was fifth in the contest.

The Lincoln County team will represent South Dakota at the American Royal 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in Kansas City.

Eighteen senior 4-H livestock judging teams from across the state competed in the event.

In the individual competition, Lane Peterson of Hyde County took home the overall champion honors as a senior 4-H livestock judge. Shelby Kroupa, Brule County, placed second in the division, Taylor Geppert, Brule County, was third, Ethan Johnson of Minnehaha County was fourth and Tate Glaus, Brule County, finished fifth.

Twenty county teams competed in the junior division at the contest. Brown County took first with a team that included Chandler Ellwein, Maryn Howard, Carly Wheeting, and Nathan Wright. Potter County’s 4-H team took second, and Brooke DeRouchey, Alyson Hageman, Shaye Jungwirth, and Megan Simon made up their team. Brule County’s team finished third, with Minnehaha County placing fourth, and Brookings County’s team finishing fifth.

Maryn Howard, Brown County, was the first overall individual in the junior division. Alex Van Asselt, Minnehaha County, finished second, Megan Simon, Potter County was third, Carter Vander Wal, Brookings County, placed fourth, and Alexa Montagne, Union County, took fifth place.

In the beginner 4-H livestock judging division, 20 teams took part. Brule County won first place with their team that included Mataya Geppert, Randi Grussing, Mikayden Weston, and Sawyer Naasz. Miner County earned second place with Benjamin Conner, Maggie Conner, Haley Feldhaus, and Hanna Peterson judging on the team. Beadle County 4-H was third, Kingsbury County’s team took fourth, and Spink County finished in fifth place.

Jacob Sievers of Beadle County took the first-place individual finish in the beginner division, while Maxwell Nielson, Brookings County, finished second. Mataya Geppert, Brule County, took third, Sadie Vander Wal, Spink County, placed fourth, and Harlie Malpert, Brown County, was fifth.

Your county Extension office has complete results and scores on the 2010 South Dakota State Livestock Judging Contest.


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