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4-H record book, scrapbook winners
Representatives of Stockdale, Wood Valley, County Line, Bluebonnet, and Eagle Creek 4-H clubs are recognized for entering the scrapbook competition. Stockdale 4-H Club received first place, with Wood Valley and County Line 4-H clubs receiving second and third, respectively. WCN/PAT KOPECKI
The 4-H Clubs of Wilson County were recognized during the Wilson County 4-H Achievement Night Aug. 3 in the Wilson County Show Barn, with the Stockdale 4-H Club winning first place in the scrapbook division among the 12 clubs in the county.
Other winners included Wood Valley 4-H, second, and County Line 4-H, third. The Bluebonnet 4-H and Eagle Creek 4-H clubs were recognized as participants.
A number of 4-H Club members who submitted record books were also recognized, with members who placed first in county advancing to district competition.
Recognized in the junior division was Anne Lowak, placing second in district competition for poultry. Other poultry winners were Loriana Marroquin, second place for county, and Jacob Marroquin, third. Micayla Pearson placed third in district for rabbits, while Olivia Hinojosa placed second in the county, with Camille Roy, third for rabbits.
Hayden Dallmeyer placed first in county competition and fifth in district competition for his beef record book, with Harrison Burks, second in county. Shae Shodrock placed first at both the county and district levels of competition in entomology. Dustin Kotara placed first in the county and second in district competition in swine.
Placing first, second, third, and fourth in the county, respectively, with goats record books were Jacob Prater, Jacob Bailey, Braden Lane, and Emileigh Skrzycki. Prater also won first on the district level. Jaelyn Kotzur won first place in the county and second in district with her sheep record book, while Ethan Campos took second place.
Jason Kolodziej placed first in county and second in district for his science and technology record book. Claire Dallmeyer placed first in county and district in the clothing and textile division, with Kaylyn Stork being awarded first in county and district in consumer education.
Ashley Frederick placed first in county competition with her food and nutrition record book. Mercedes Guevara placed first in county, third in district with her photography record book, while Shawn Holder placed second. Mason Cervantes placed first in county and third at district for public speaking, while Asher Welfel placed first in county and district with his shooting sports record book. Gage Bush placed first in the county, second in the district for his wildlife and fisheries record book.
Other recipients recognized include the following at the intermediate level: Chase Pargmann, who placed first in county, second in district in poultry; and Chad Pargmann, second in county in poultry; Hunter Cervantes, first in county, third in district; and Valerie Swygard, second in county in rabbits. Hallie Pace placed second in district, and Madison Poe, second in county, in veterinary science.
Haley Wares placed fourth in district with her beef record book, while Ryann Boening placed first in district with her dairy entry. John Shodrock placed first in district with his entomology record book, Jessica Puente placed first in district with her sheep record book, and Kimberly Lanier was second in district in clothing and textile. Adlai Welfel placed first in district in family life, while Courtney Trout was first in district in food and nutrition.
Dakota Kotara, Kaci Frederick, and Lisa Wiatrek placed first, second, and third, respectively, with their swine record books, with Dakota placing second in district.
Claire Raabe placed third in district with her first-place county entry in goats, with Jennifer Skrzycki, Kelli Kolodziej, Donella Steele, Jordan Bailey, Justin Skrzycki, and Victoria Skrzycki placing second through seventh, respectively.
Audrey Raabe placed second in district with her garden and horticultural record book, with Carley Trout taking second place in county.
Derek Moczygemba placed first in county and district with his plants and animals open record book, with Kayla Boening participating in district for placing first in plant and soil.
Brandon Brysch placed second in district for his shooting sports record book after taking first place in county, with Megan Steele, Caitlin Kee, and Serina Holder winning second through fourth, respectively, on the county level for shooting sports.
4-H members in the senior division who placed first in county and district, and will be advancing on to state are Charlee Baker with her beef record book; Ethan Boening in dairy; Gregory Cordes in entomology; Kody Lucherk in range management; Emily Bush with her food and nutrition record book; and Kody Brysch in recreation.
Others receiving recognition for their record books include Lauren Flieller, who placed first in county, third in district in the poultry division. Emily Flieller placed second in county, also in poultry. Kendall Raabe received first place in county, and second in district in the rabbits division. Kaylynn Wilkins and Alissa Pollok won second and third, respectively, with their rabbits record books. Jonathan Wiatrek was recognized as a past state winner in the rabbits record book division.
Placing first and second, respectively, in veterinary science were Paden Pace, also fourth in district, and Kara Lucherk. Luke Sisti and Andrew Garcia placed second and third, respectively, with their beef record book entries.
Kassie Romero placed first in county and Erika Rojas placed second in the swine division. Jessica Bailey placed first in county, third in district with her goats record book; Lauren Prater placed first in county, second in district in the sheep division, while Jordyn Kotzur placed second.
Justin Brysch placed first in county, second in district in the science and technology record book, as did Troy Stork in consumer education.
Adair Welfel was recognized as a past state winner with her family life record book. Zachary Pearson and Brooke Alumbaugh placed second and third, respectively, on the county level with their food and nutrition record books, while Kalyn Sisti placed second in county with her recreation record book.
Lilly Raabe placed first in county, second in district with her garden and horticulture record book. Anna Reese won first in county, second in district in plants and animals open, while Ryan Rutland placed second.
Brooke Boening placed first in county, second in district for her plant and soil record book, as did Cody Moczygemba with his shooting sports record book.
Group pictures of the winners are available for viewing on the Wilson County News Web site at http://wilsoncountynews.com.
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