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Oklahoma FFA Claims Three National Championships in 2021 National FFA Agriscience Fair

Tue, 02 Nov 2021 06:31:26 EDT

Oklahoma FFA Claims Three National Championships in 2021 National FFA Agriscience Fair


One of the more recent areas of competition in the FFA organization is the Agriscience Fair. At the national level- the Fair is a three step competition. First- a group of up to ten participants were named back in the summer for each Division- and those who became eligible to compete at the national level included 26 entries from Oklahoma- making Oklahoma the state with the most finalists.


A full list of those finalists are listed below.


The next step was the naming of the Top Three Winners for each Division in the six categories- Oklahoma advanced a total of nine into that round that was named a few weeks ahead of the National Convention.


Finally- National Winners were named in each Division within each of the six categories- Oklahoma claimed three national champions at this final and highest level of recognition. Oklahoma tied for second in number of National Champs in the Agriscience Fair- Texas had the most of any state in the final results.


The three Oklahoma FFA Students who won at the 2021 National FFA Agriscience Fair included:

Callen Veit of Morrison- winning in Division One of the Food Products and Processing Category (Pictued above- Courtesy of the Morrison FFA's Facebook post)

Kyriana Beard of Stillwater FFA in the Division 1 of the Animal and Environmental Services Category

Madison Muller of Lawton FFA in the Division 3 of the Social Services Category


The National FFA Agriscience Fair recognizes students who gain real-world, hands-on experiences in agricultural enterprises. Students use scientific principles and emerging technologies to solve complex problems related to agriculture, food and natural resources. The agriscience fair is for middle and high school students. Students compete in one of six categories in the agriscience fair and under one of the six divisions—either individually or in a team.


The total list of Oklahoma FFA members who made the right to compete in the National Agriscience Fair include the following:


National Agriscience Fair Finalists
Kyriana Beard, Stillwater
Animal Systems - Division 1

Preslee Watley-Kindt, Stillwater
Animal Systems - Division 3

Rylee Gaches and Emma Yates, Stillwater
Animal Systems - Division 4

Madison Moore and Taylor Talley, Edmond
Animal Systems - Division 6

Oakley Gross, Stillwater
Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems - Division 1

Abigail Burton, Stillwater
Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems - Division 3

Wyatt Jensen and Addison Friese, Altus
Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems - Division 4

Addison Hull and Megan Jenkins, Edmond
Environmental Services and Natural Resource Systems - Division 6

Callen Veit, Morrison
Food Products and Processing Systems - Division 1

Kylee Herman and Shelby Bynum, Vinita
Food Products and Processing Systems -
Division 2

Courtney Blagg and Kaylee Vandenbur, Oologah
Food Products and Processing Systems - Division 4

Rylee Smith, Oologah
Food Products and Processing Systems- Division 5

Masyn Copeland and McKinzie McAffrey, Vinita
Food Products and Processing Systems - Division 6

Rithvika Thunuguntla, Stillwater
Plant Systems - Division 1

Alexandria McKee and Jentry Griswold, Oologah
Plant Systems - Division 2

Emma Nelson, Stillwater
Plant Systems - Division 3

Jared Stone, Chandler
Plant Systems - Division 5

Hannah Skaggs and Colten Atkinson, El Reno
Plant Systems - Division 6

Alex Mackey, Oologah
Power, Structural and Technical Systems - Division 1

Bryson McGuire and Matt McGuire, Oologah
Power, Structural and Technical Systems -Division 4

Nate Osborn, Vinita
Power, Structural and Technical Systems
- Division 5

Matthew Sitton and Madison Zweiacker, Stillwater
Power, Structural and Technical Systems - Division 6

John Dually Bandy and Gunner Huffman, Vinita
Social Science - Division 2

Madison Muller, Lawton
Social Science - Division 3

Hanna Schmidt and Lora Golay, Mulhall-Orlando
Social Science - Division 4

Corbin Lacy and Libby McEndoo
Social Science -Division 6



   

 

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