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NETLA 2021 Hopkins County Junior Market Goat Show Results

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The Northeast Texas Livestock Association’s annual Hopkins County Junior Livestock Show started with an agriculture mechanics project show and contest on Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2021.

The NETLA junior market show then got into full swing Thursday with FFA and 4-H members from across Hopkins County showing their lamb and goat projects. The afternoon began with the lamb show and concluded with the goat show which featured eight classes, three showmanship categories and the naming of grand and reserve champions.

Isaac Taylor exhibited the Grand Champion goat, a Class 7 project with which the Cumby FFA member also earned first place in Class 7 and his second consecutive Intermediate Showmanship award. Taylor’s Class 2 goat finished fifth.

Sulphur Springs FFA member Caroline Coker’s Class 6 goat not only won first in class but was named Reserve Champion. She also received the Senior Showmanship award with her Class 6 project.

Camille Coker, also a member of Sulphur Springs FFA, received the Junior Showmanship award with her third place Class 7 goat.

2021 Goat Show Results

Class 1

  1. Kouper Sawyer, Miller Grove FFA
  2. Savannah Allen, Sulphur Springs FFA
  3. Sophie Pickett, Hopkins County 4-H
  4. Jemma Jennings, North Hopkins FFA
  5. David James, NHFFA
  6. Katelyn Roach, NHFFA
  7. Kaydence Poe, Cumby FFA
  8. Leah Hatley, NHFFA
  9. Blaine Allen, SSFFA

Class 2

  1. Kenna Lane, NHFFA
  2. Hallie Lawerance, SSFFA
  3. Hallie Lawerence, SSFFA
  4. Jesse Bearden, NHFFA
  5. Isaac Taylor, CFFA
  6. Brooklin Jordan, NHFFA
  7. Kendall Dobsn, CFFA

Class 3

  1. Liberty Weatheread, NHFFA
  2. Gunner Campbell, CFFA
  3. Parris Pickett, Hopkins County 4-H
  4. Brooks Burgin, SSFFA
  5. Susie Tynes, NHFFA
  6. Chiesa Weatherford, HC4H
  7. Reed Williams, HC4H
  8. Gunner Campbell, CFFA
  9. Lily Neidhart, MGFFA

Class 4

  1. Landon Lambert, Sulphur Bluff FFA
  2. Hattie Bland, NHFFA
  3. Kennedi Lambert, SBFFA
    1. Cole Willis, HC4H
  4. Joseph Hatley, NHFFA
  5. Leah Hatley, NHFFA
  6. Trenton Jordan, NHFFA

Class 5

  1. Lilly Campbell, CFFA
  2. Chloe Willis, HC4H
  3. Belle Bankston, SSFFA
  4. David James, NHFFA
  5. Kyle Taylor, CFFA
  6. Jessica Hatley, NHFFA
  7. Chloe Willis, HC4H
  8. Lilly Campbell, CFFA
  9. Jamie Hatley, NHFFA
  10. Braxton Purser, MGFFA

Class 6

  1. Caroline Coker, SSFFA, Senior Showmanship, Reserve Champion
  2. Griffin Crawford, SSFFA
  3. Brooks Burgin, SSFFA
  4. Keegan Callihan, NHFFA
  5. Sophie Pickett, HC4H
  6. Georgia Glenn, HC4H
  7. Lily Neidhart, MGFFA
  8. Cole Willis, HC4H
  9. William Ebel, HC4H

Class 7

  1. Isaac Taylor, CFFA, Intermediate Showmanship, Grant Champion
  2. Beau Bankston, SSFFA
  3. Camille Coker, SSFFA, Junior Showmanship
  4. Kathryn Taylor, CFFA
  5. Slayton McClendon, SSFFA
  6. Landri McCoy, HC4H
  7. Kennley Russell, SBFFA
  8. Kate Monk, HC4H
  9. Alaina Johnson, HC4H

Class 8

  1. Lindsey Faulks, NHFFA
  2. Keegan Callihan, NHFFA
  3. Braxton Purser, MGFFA
  4. Jonathan Hatley, NHFFA
  5. Reed Williams, HC4H
  6. Alaina Johnson, HC4H
  7. Colbie Glenn, SSFFA
  8. Lucas Massey, SBFFA

The Junior Market Livestock Show resumed Friday morning at 7:30 a.m. with the Broiler Show. Swine, Heifer and Steer Shows continue into the evening Friday. The Sale Of Champions will follow Saturday afternoon, Feb. 27, in Hopkins County Civic Center Arena. N

For those unable to attend the Sale of Champions, the 2021 sale can be viewed on Facebook Live. Add-on money may also be contributed on the NETLA Facebook page. NETLA also opted this year not to hold the annual buyer’s luncheon on Thursday nor a stew/chili on Saturday.

Note: All results are based on listings provided Thursday night by NETLA.

Author: Faith Huffman

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