Nine competitors received honors at 4-H State Judging Competition in Morgantown

The Greenbrier County 4-H Livestock Judging Team competed at the State Judging Competition in Morgantown on July, 16. Greenbrier County had nine individuals competing in the event. These individuals included: Gavin Eskins, Maggie Bartenslager, Autumn Eskins, Ryan Vaughan, Cassidy Kellison, Garrett Vaughan, Seth Goodwin, Jessica Kellison and Chloe Dauwel. They were coached by Todd Ramboldt.
There were many individual honors. High honors went to Ryan Vaughan placing third overall and Maggie Bartenslager placing fourth overall in the Junior Division.
Thanks are extended to all the supporters, and to those who took time out to help in one way or another. The Greenbrier County 4-H Livestock Judging Team really appreciate it. If you would like more information about joining the team or joining 4-H, contact Robin Haynes at 304-647-7408 or by emailing her at robin.haynes@mail.wvu.edu.

Front Row: Gavin Eskins (left), Maggie Bartenslager, Autumn Eskins, Ryan Vaughan and Cassidy Kellison; Back Row: Coach Todd Ramboldt (left), Chloe Dauwel, Jessica Kellison, Seth Goodwin and Garrett Vaughan
Front Row: Gavin Eskins (left), Maggie Bartenslager, Autumn Eskins, Ryan Vaughan and Cassidy Kellison; Back Row: Coach Todd Ramboldt (left), Chloe Dauwel, Jessica Kellison, Seth Goodwin and Garrett Vaughan

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