Youth win awards

From News ReleaseJuly 14, 2014 

Johnston County young people and their livestock were among the winners in the Clover Classic 4-H Livestock Show held March 15-16 in Winston-Salem.

The Johnston winners are listed below by category.

Cattle – Joy Leigh Hinnant of Kenly showed the Grand Champion Hereford bull; Macy Massengill of Princeton, Reserve Champion commercial heifer; Holly Price, Reserve Champion steer.

Cattle showmanship – Schyler Crocker of Pine Level, third place in the ages 9-12 division; and Macy Massengill, second place in ages 13-15.

Sheep – Kelsey Bentley of Kenly, Grand Champion breeding ewe and Grand Champion market lamb.

Sheep showmanship – Tanner Bentley of Kenly, first in junior division; and Kelsey Bentley, first in senior division.

Meat goat – Hailey Elmore of Lenoir County, whose Grand Champion doe came from B&L Farm near Kenly. Elmore also showed the Reserve Champion doe.

Meat goat showmanship – Tanner Woodard of Kenly, first in senior division; Tanner Bentley, first in junior division; and Kadence Overby of Micro, third in junior division.

Other Johnston County competitors were Sarah Allen of Four Oaks, Tyler Boswell of Micro, Caroline Corbett of Micro, Braelyn Long of Pine Level, Bethany Patton of Princeton, Holly and Marcy Price of Selma, Victoria Ward of Clayton and Mallori Woodard of Kenly.

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