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Bexar County junior show champs


Bexar County junior show champs
East Central FFA members Logan Taylor (l-r) and Randee Terrill receive congratulations from Judge Ernie Eckert, Toree Terrill, Shannon Terrill, and Bexar County Junior Livestock Show assistant Chelsie Smith after the duo won grand and reserve grand champion swine at the Bexar County Junior Livestock Show.


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February 12, 2014
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East Central FFA members Logan Taylor and Randee Terrill brought the house down at this year’s Bexar County Junior Livestock Show, held Dec. 31 through Jan. 3 in San Antonio. They took top honors with the overall grand champion and reserve grand champion gilts.

Randee, a sophomore at East Central High School, is the daughter of Craig and Shannon Terrill. Randee’s crossbred swine entry also took top honors in the market division.

Logan, a sixth-grader at Heritage Middle School (East Central Independent School District), is the son of Garrett and Janell Taylor. Logan also earned breeding showmanship honors.

Logan and Randee plan to exhibit their winning Yorkshire gilts in the upcoming San Antonio Livestock Exposition. Logan will also show a barrow in the market division.
 

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