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Brayden Foley of Kingfisher Top Individual at State Fair Livestock Judging Contest

Mon, 15 Sep 2014 06:27:22 CDT

Brayden Foley of Kingfisher Top Individual at State Fair Livestock Judging Contest


Oklahoma Farm Bureau's Young Farmers and Ranchers hosted the 2014 Oklahoma State Fair Livestock Judging Contest on a rainy Friday- and close to a thousand young people from across Oklahoma competed for top honors at the event. They were led by Brayden Foley of the Kingfisher FFA who was the top Individual in the contest with 421 out of a possible 450 points for the multi species contest. Others at the top of the Senior FFA Division included Cody Branch of Cleveland FFA, Logan Corbett of Colbert FFA, Jason Murray of Kingfisher and Kate Osne of Waynoka FFA.


The Junior FFA Division was won by Jentry Overton of Minco FFA with the third highest score of all of the participants. Placing second in the Junior FFA Division was Ashton Hawkins of Lindsey FFA, Third was Parker Cantrell of Skiatook; fourth was Mitchell Hunton of Clinton FFA and Ffith place in the Junio FFA division was won by Tanner Bute or Minco FFA.


The Senior Division 4-H individual was Deekota Williams of Central High, beating out teammate Connor Kern of Central High who finished in second place. Third Place was claimed by Colton Smith of Kingfisher 4-H, while fourth place was won by another 4-her from Central High, Lane Williams. Fifth place in the Senior 4-H division went to Holden Bell of Marshall.


The Junior 4-H high indivdual came from Alex 4-H- Cooper Shebester. Second place was earned by Natally Owen of Canadian, third place was Mackenzi Shirley of Indianola, fourth place was won by Barson Lot of Sapulpa and fifth place was won by Katy Frazier of Kay County.


Team winners in the various divisions included:

Senior FFA Division

1. Cleveland FFA 1229 points
2. Adair FFA 1194 points
3. Kingfisher FFA 1192 points
4. Alva FFA 1181 points
5. Stillwater FFA 1159 points


Junior FFA Division:

1. Minco FFA 1184 points
2. Maysville FFA 1176 points
3. Kingfisher FFA 1154 points
4. Skiatook FFA 1150 points
5. Lindsey FFA 1148 points


Senior 4-H Division:

1. Central High 1212 points
2. Kay County 1164 points
3. Central High 1151 points
4. Marshall   1140 points
5. Kingfisher 1137 points


Junior 4-H Division:

1. Alex 1139 points
2. Kay County 1139 points
3. Kingfisher 1110 points
4. Washington 1107 points
5. Canadian 1101 points


To see pictures of the top individuals and teams, click here for our picture gallery from the Friday contest.


You can listen to a conversation that Oklahoma Farm Bureau's Sam Knipp had with Brayden Foley, the high individual of the contest, by clicking on the LISTEN BAR below .Pictured above is Braden with Monica Wilke, Executive Director of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau and Marty Williams, current Chairman of the Oklahoma Farm Bureau's Young Farmers and Ranchers.


To see the full results of the 2014 Oklahoma State Fair Livestock Judging contest, click here.



   
   

Sam Knipp visits with Braden Foley, high indivdual at the 2014 Livestock Judging Contest at State Fair
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