Carlee Clark's Maine Anjou Claims Supreme Champion Beef Heifer Honors at 2019 OYETue, 19 Mar 2019 06:22:29 CDT
Exhibitors in the 2019 Oklahoma Youth Expo were awarded over $30,000 in scholarships just ahead of the Supreme Championship drive in three categories on Monday evening- this coming after judges Dan Allan of Texas and Lydell Meier of Tennessee sorted through several hundred heifers in the Jim Norrick Arena at State Fair Park on Sunday and Monday.
Fifteen Beef Breeds (plus the catchall AOB) were judged with the winners of those 16 breed shows were led into the arena on Monday- with the Maine Anjou Heifer Shown by Carlee Clark of Sequoyah County 4-H taking Supreme Champion Honors of the Beef Heifer Show(pictured here receiving her scholarship check from Devon Energy). The Reserve Supreme Champion Heifer was the Angus Champion, shown by Meah Allison of Canadian County 4-H.
There was also a Supreme Champion selected in the Influence Heifer category, with the Simmental Influence Heifer shown by Cody Courtney of Fort Cobb-Broxton FFA winning the Supreme Champion title. Reserve Supreme Champion Influence Heifer was the Maintainer Champ- shown by Macy Collum of Perkins-Tryon FFA. Other champions that were shown in the Supreme Influence Heifer selection included the Percentage Charolais Heifer shown by Finley Yocham of Sapulpa 4-H and the Champion Shorthorn Plus Heifer shown by Reece Richardson of Arapho-Butler FFA.
The third and final category was the Bred and Owned breakout. The Supreme Champion Bred and Owned Beef Heifer belongs to Kya Rhodes of Vanoss FFA, with her Polled Herefrod Heifer. The Reserve Supreme Champion Honors were claimed by Tayhlor Elmore of Osage County 4-H- showing the Champion Limousin Red and Owned Heifer.
The Beef Heifer Breed Champions and Reserves that were a part of the Beef Heifer Supreme finals included:
Champion- Laramie Coffee, Morrison FFA
Reserve- Carly McCracken, Alva FFA
Champion- Meah Allison, Canadian County 4-H
Reserve- Charley Johnson, Mulhall-Orlando FFA
Champion- Dylan Simmons, Owasso FFA
Reserve- Quinn Carpenter, Bethel 4-H
Champion- Stratton Walck, Lindsay FFA
Reserve- Trinity Hobbs, Cherokee County 4-H
Champion- Kelton Arthur, Ripley 4-H
Reserve- Claire Hartin, Madill 4-H
Champion-Kya Rhodes, Vanoss FFA
Reserve- Kaid Reininger, Newcastle FFA
Champion- Ava White, Chandler FFA
Reserve- Ashlee Gammel, Sperry 4-H
Champion- Caden Cook, Lindsay FFA
Reserve- Breckon Murray, Lomega FFA
Champion- Grady Carter, Stratford 4-H
Reserve- Chancee Clark, Sequoyah County 4-H
Champion- Kameron Oakes, Seiling 4-H
Reserve- Evan Sims, Oklahoma County 4-H
Champion- Carter Hubbard, Ottawa County 4-H
Reserve- Karly Harris, Sterling FFA
Champion- Carlee Clark, Sequoyah County 4-H
Reserve- Berkley McKay, Mulhall-Orlando 4-H
Champion- Wyatt McIntire, Leedey FFA
Reserve- Lakin Howard, Ringling 4-H
Champion- Ruby Bell, Bristow 4-H
Reserve- Avery McMurphy, Woods County 4-H
Champion- Kimberly Holland, Tecumseh FFA
Reserve- Brooklyn Baileyu, Hydro-Eakly FFA
Champion- Braelyn Berlowitz, Cushing FFA
Reserve- Caleighn Seheihing, Watonga FFA
Our Coverage of the 2019 Oklahoma Youth Expo is once again a service of ITC Great Plains, Your Energy Superhighway- learn more about this high voltage, transmission only utility and their commitment to the communities they serve which is the cornerstone of their business-click here for their website.
Reports will be heard daily on great radio stations that cover Oklahoma and that are a part of the Radio Oklahoma Ag Network- on the internet- our reports of the 2019 OYE can be found on the Blue Green Gazette page- available here. We will be adding pictures daily to our official 2019 OYE Album of Photos on FLICKR, found here.
For more information about the Oklahoma Youth Expo, click here for the home page of the OYE website.
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