Oklahoma Union FFA Wins Tulsa State Fair 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging ContestTue, 13 Oct 2015 20:14:19 CDT
The team from Oklahoma Union FFA was the overall high team and had three of their team members place in the top ten of the FFA Senior Division at the 2015 Tulsa State Fair 4-H and FFA Livestock Judging Contest. Oklahoma Union was 19 points better than second place Tuttle in the Senior FFA Division, while the squad from Kingfisher FFA placed third- the three Senior Division FFA high placing teams were the three highest judging teams in the overall contest that included Senior and Junior FFA teams, as well as Senior and Junior 4-H teams.
The Oklahoma Union FFA team are shown here in the picture- left to right is Truitt Taylor, Ty Taylor and Sam Barron. Ty was high individual in the Senior FFA Division and overall, Truitt placed fifth and Sam placed eighth in the Senior FFA division. The second high individual in the Senior FFA was Dylan Enyert while Tristan Gambill of Tuttle placed third.
The top teams in the Junior FFA Division included first place Prague FFA, second place Kingfisher and third place Oologah. The high individual in the Junior FFA was Bree Taylor of Shattuck FFA.
In the 4-H Senior competition, the team from Stephens County placed first, Kingfisher County was second and Kay County came in third. High individuals in the Senior 4-H contest included Kylee Campbell of Alfalfa County placing first, Will Shelby of Marshall County in second and Natally Owen of Canadian County as the third high individual. The top Junior 4-H division team was the team from Kingfisher County.
To see the complete placings from the 2015 Tulsa State Fair 4-H FFA Livestock Judging Contest, click here.
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