Seventeenth Annual Horse Superior Young Producer Scholarship Contest Results
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
July 31, 2013
Plaques were given to the top three individuals in each event (judging, written exam, and stations). The top five individuals overall earned a $1,000 scholarship to the post-secondary education institution of their choice.
To participate, these individuals were either a 4-H or FFA member in good standing, meeting all eligibility requirements. In addition, they were required to be between the ages of 14 and 19 according to 4-H or FFA rules.
The top 3 individuals earning plaques in the judging phase of the contest were:
- 1st Renee Henert from Lee County with 98.5 points out of a possible 100 points
- 2nd Kasandra Bunch from Union County with 98 points
- 3rd Katie Grabow from Mclean County with 98 points
- 1st Erin Hayes from Mercer County with 82 points out of a possible 100 points
- 2nd Laura Ganvik from McHenry County with 76 points
- 3rd Courtney Weidenmann from Mercer County with 72 points
- 1st Rebecca Janes from Will County with 85 points out of a possible 100 points
- 2nd Gabi Born from Grundy County with 84 points
- 3rd Kiersten Pratt from Bureau County with 84 points
- 1st Erin Hayes with 249.5 points out of a possible 300 points
- 2nd Laura Ganvik with 240 points
- 3rd Kiersten Pratt with 239.5 points
- 4th Rebecca Janes with 236 points
- 5th Gabi Born with 235 points
Source: Debra Hagstrom, Extension Specialist, Horses, email@example.com
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