Junior cattlemen claim wins in W.Va.

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ST. MARYS, W.Va. – Judge Marty Austin viewed the Ohio Valley Junior Beef Association entries participating in the Lewis County Fair show July 24.

Exhibiting the supreme overall grand champion female was T.J. Life, and reserve champion overall female, Suzanna Brown.

Angus: grand champion, Suzanna Brown, Weston; reserve champion, Suzanna Brown, Weston;

Charolais: grand champion, Dustin Lowther, Linn; reserve champion, Erica Nicholas, Coxs Mills;

Crossbred: grand and reserve champion, Edie Johnson, Flatwoods;

Hereford: grand and reserve champion, Cody Grogg, Coxs Mills;

Limousin: grand champion, T.J. Life, Mineral Wells; reserve champion, Kati Hammond, Parkersburg;

Shorthorn: grand champion, Erica Nicholas, Coxs Mills; reserve champion, Erica Nicholas, Coxs Mills;

Simmental: grand champion, Molly Brown Fairmont; reserve champion, Tyler Brown, Fairmont;

The feeder heifer grand champion was shown by Suzanna Brown and reserve champion, T.J. Life.

Emily Miller of Flatwoods showed the feeder steer grand champion; reserve champion, T.J. Life.

Greg Squires of Weston showed the grand champion market steer.

Showmanship. Showmanship winners included: ages 15-21, Myra Hammond, Parkersburg; ages 9-14, T.J. Life, Mineral Wells; ages 8 and under, Cory Grogg, Coxs Mills.

Interstate classic. Association members also competed at the Interstate Classic Show in Mineral Wells, W.Va., July 17.

Results include:

Angus: grand champion, Lacey Gorby, Alma; reserve champion, Kari Taylor, Parkersburg;

Charolais: grand champion, Erica Nicholas, GlenviIIe;

Hereford: grand champion, Ashley Elliott, Waverly; reserve champion, Cody Grogg, Coxs Mill;

Limousin: grand champion, Kati Hammond, Parkersburg; reserve champion, T.J. Life, Mineral Wells;

Shorthorn: grand champion, Erica Nicholas, GlenviIIe; reserve champion, Autumn Jessie, Genoa;

Crossbred: grand champion, Kori Wallace, Stockport, Ohio; reserve champion, Kori Wallace;

Supreme overall female, Ashley Elliott; reserve champion, Lacey Gorby;

Feeder heifer: grand champion, Derek Scott, Vincent, Ohio; reserve champion, Autumn Jessie, Genoa;

Feeder steer: grand champion, T.J. Life,; reserve champion, Brandon Henthorne, Marietta, Ohio;

Market steer: grand champion, T.J. Lifes; reserve champion, Alan Watson, Pomeroy, Ohio;

There were 21 juniors showing 57 head of beef animals.

On calendar. The Ohio Valley Junior Beef Roundup will be Sept. 19 at Pleasants County Fair at St. Marys, W.Va., and the Ohio Valley Junior Beef Fall Harvest Show is Oct. 3 at Tyler County Fairgrounds in Middlebourne, W.Va.

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