District Winners Qualify For State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest

State Contest will be held July 22 in Marshfield.

Published on: Jul 15, 2013

Area youth competed in four Area Animal Science days June 13 in Shawano, June 14 in Jefferson, June 21 in Chippewa Falls and June 28 in Mineral Point. The top two teams in each division and the top two individuals not on one of those teams earned a right to compete at the state contest that will be Monday, July 22, in Marshfield held in conjunction with the state Guernsey and Ayrshire show.

Northeast, Brown County
Seven counties competed in the Senior division at the Northeast Area Animal Science Days contest in Shawano with Kewaunee County taking top honors.  Jordan Ebert, Carmen Haack, Mike Moede and Mikayla Knorn made up the winning Senior team. Jordan Ebert was also the high individual in the Senior division with 493 points, followed by Ethan Dado of Polk county in second with a score of 489 points.  Winning the Junior division was the team from Shawano County, which consisted of Mason Jauquet, Nathan Ferfecki, Maccy Gwaldt and Colin Wussow, all placing in the top five individually. The top individual in the Junior division was Mason Jauquet from Shawano County with 405 points, his teammate Nathan Ferfecki placed second with 397 points.

District Winners Qualify For State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest
District Winners Qualify For State 4-H Dairy Judging Contest

Top 5 Senior Teams:
Kewaunee(Team One) County
Polk County
Shawano County
Kewaunee (Team Two) County
Waupaca County

Top 10 Senior Individuals:
Jordan Ebert – Kewaunee County
Ethan Dado – Polk County
Laura Jensen – Polk County
Cody Getschel – Polk County
Carmen Haack – Kewaunee County
Mike Moede – Kewaunee County
Kaila Wussow – Shawano County
Trent Dado – Polk County
Katie Bauer – Waupaca County
Carson Graf – Shawano County

Top 5 Junior Teams:
Shawano (Team One) County
Kewaunee (Team One) County
Shawano (Team Two) County
Langlade County
Kewaunee (Team Two) County

Top 10 Junior Individuals:
Mason Jauqet – Shawano County
Nathan Ferfecki – Shawano County
Maddy Gwaldt – Shawano County
Megan Svnka – Kewaunee County
Colin Wussow – Shawano County
Carter Jauquet – Shawano County
Marcus Krentz – Winnebago County
Tyler Schroepfer – Langlade County
Taylor Gracyalny – Shawano County
Megan Moede – Kewaunee County

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Southeast, Jefferson County
Nine Senior teams competed at the Southeast Area Animal Science Days contest held in Jefferson on Friday, June 14.  The winning Senior team was the team from Dane County.  The team consisted of members: Natalie Endres, Elizabeth Sarbacker, Emma Olstad, and Elizabeth Endres.  The top Senior Individual was Natalie Endres of Dane County with 509 points, and a close second was Nicole Wright of Jefferson County with 505 points. Columbia County won the Junior Division with team members: Mikayla Endres, Alli Walker, Ashley Hagenow, Brett Walker, and Sarah Hagenow.  The high Junior Individual was Mikayla Endres of Columbia County, winning the tie, which was broken by Type Analysis Questions Score, over Collin Uecker. Both individuals had an overall score of 401 points.

Top 5 Senior Teams:
Dane (Team One) County
Rock (Team One) County
Jefferson County
Columbia County
Dane (Team Two) County

Top 10 Senior Individuals:
Natalie Endres – Dane County
Nicole Wright – Jefferson County
Kristen Broege – Rock County
Carley Krull – Jefferson County
Abigail Martin – Rock County
Otis Johnson – Rock County
Elizabeth Sarbacker – Dane County
Emma Olstad – Dane County
Austin Seely – Columbia County
Lizi Endres – Dane County

Top 5 Junior Teams:
Columbia County
Dane County
Jefferson County
Rock (Team One) County
Rock (Team Two) County

Top 10 Junior Individuals:
Mikayla Endres – Columbia County 
Colin Uecker- Jefferson County
Alli Walker - Columbia County
Lindsey Sarbacker – Dane County
Hope Petersheim – Vernon County
Olivia Brandenburg – Jefferson  County
Jenna Broege- Rock County
Ashley Hagenow – Columbia County
Molly Olstad – Dane County
Ben Kronberg – Rock  County

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Northwest, Chippewa County
Eleven counties competed in the Senior division at the Northwest Area Animal Science Days contest in Chippewa County, with Pierce County taking top honors.  Trent Miller, Rachel Coyne, Emily Hofacker, and Cole Mark made up the winning Senior team. Ben Powers of Dunn County was the top individual with 522 points followed by Trent Miller of Pierce County with 513 points. Winning the Junior division was the team from Dunn County, which consisted of Ben Styer, Jack Powers, Brandon Gilbertson, Ashley Quilling, Bailey Gilbertson, and Andrew Zukowski. The top individual in the Junior division was Haley Hermansen from Polk County with a  total score of 400 points, in second was Geneva Nunes with 394 points. 

Top 5 Senior Teams:
Pierce County – Team One
Barron County – Team One
Dunn County
St. Croix County
Jackson County

Top 10 Senior Individuals:
Ben Powers – Dunn County
Trent Miller – Pierce County
Jacob Pintens – Barron County
Anne Frank  St. Croix County
Rachel Coyne – Pierce County
Tyler Crosby – Washburn County
Emily Hofacker – Pierce County
Emily Hellendrung – Barron County
David Pintens – Barron County
Cole Mark – Pierce County

Top 5 Junior Teams:
Dunn County
Polk County – Team One
Barron County – Team One
Pierce County – Team One
St. Croix County

Top 10 Junior Individuals:
Haley Hermansen – Polk County
Geneva Nunes – Chippewa County
Collin Wille – Barron County
Tyler Vandyk – St. Croix County
Austin Raymond – St. Croix County
Ben Styer – Dunn County
Elle Borth – Pierce County
Jack Powers – Dunn County
Brandon Gilbertson – Dunn County
Olivia Pfaff – Jackson County

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Southwest, Iowa County
Thirteen counties competed in the Senior division at the Southwest Area Animal Science Days contest in Iowa County, with Fond Du Lac County taking top honors.  Darren Kamphuis, Valerie Kramer, Matthew Kramer, Courtney McCourt, and Andrew Greenfield made up the winning Senior team. Derrek Kamphuis of Fond du Lac County was the top individual in the Senior division with an overall score of 522 points followed by Alex Huibregtse of Sheboygan County with 517 points. Winning the Junior division was the team from Dodge County, which consisted of Dawson Nickels, Kylie Nickels, Matthew Gunst, Samantha Pitterle, and Grady Wendorf. Dawon and Kylie Nickels also finished first and second in the Junior Contest with 415 and 403 points respectively. Winning the Showmanship Contest was Andy Helmer of Sheboygan County.

Top 5 Senior Teams:
Fond du Lac County
Manitowoc County
Sheboygan County
Green County
Clark County

Top 10 Senior Individuals:
Derrek Kamphuis – Fond du Lac County
Alex Huibregtse – Sheboygan County
Crystal Seimers-Peterman – Manitowoc County
Valerie Kramer – Fond du Lac County
Darren Kamphuis – Fond du Lac County
Brooks Hendrickson – Green County
Andy Sell – Dodge County
Matthew Kramer – Fond du Lac County
Charlie Hamilton – Grant County
Nicole Pralle – Clark County

Top 5 Junior Teams:
Dodge County
Manitowoc County (Team One)
Fond du Lac County (Team One)
Sheboygan County (Team One)
Lafayette County (Team One)

Top 10 Junior Individuals:
Dawson Nickels – Dodge County
Kylie Nickels – Dodge County
Kalista Hodorff – Fond du Lac County
Jared Zutz – Manitowoc County
Jake Siemers – Manitowoc County
Meghan Douglas – Lafayette County
Cole Booth – Sheboygan County
Abby Field – Sauk County
Grant Fremstad – Richland County
Clarissa Ulness – Manitowoc County