Evergreen State Fair results

4-H Dairy Goats

Oberhasli Senior Champion: Ian Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Oberhasli Reserve Senior Champion: Tiffany Riley, Arlington; Oberhasli Junior Champion: Tess Tucker, Snohomish; Oberhasli Reserve Junior Champion: Kyleyah Williams-Riley, Arlington; Saanan Senior Champion: Elizabeth Sch

len, Mt. Vernon; Saanan Reserve Senior Champion: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Saanan Junior Champion: Elizabeth Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Saanan Reserve Junior Champion: Elizabeth Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Best Pet in Show: Kaylie Jamieson, Arlington; Best Senior Doe in Show: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; Best Junior Doe in Show: Elizabeth Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Boer Senior Champion: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Boer Reserve Senior Champion: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Boer Junior Champion: Elizabeth Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Boer Reserve Junior Champion: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Best Boer in Show: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Best Udder: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; Junior Novice Fit and Show Champion: Chandler O’Neil, Stanwood; Reserve Junior Novice Fit and Show: Cecilia Vaughn, Lynnwood; Intermediate Novice Fit and Show: Vincent Vaughn, Lynnwood; Alpine Senior Champion: Jacob Moushey, Granite Falls; Alpine Reserve Senior Champion: Sarah Rogers, Arlington; Alpine Junior Champion: Sarah Roger, Arlington; Crossbred Senior Champion: Alyssa Thompson, Stanwood; Crossbred Reserve Senior Champion: Victoira Moushey, Granite Falls; Crossbred Junior Champion: Elizabeth Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Crossbred Reserve Junior Champion: Kaylie Jamieson, Arlington; LaMancha Senior Champion: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; LaMancha Reserve Senior Champion: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; LaMancha Junior Champion: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; LaMancha Reserve Junior Champion: Jacob Rogers, Arlington; Nigerian Senior Champion: Katie Allen, Arlington; Nigerian Reserve Senior Champion: Katie Boyd, Redmond; Nigerian Junior Champion: John Boyd, Redmond; Nigerian Reserve Junior Champion: Katie Boyd, Redmond; Nubian Senior Champion: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; Nubian Reserve Senior Champion: Samuel Moushey, Granite Falls; Nubian Junior Champion: Kaylie Jamieson, Arlington; Nubian Reserve Junior Champion: Zachary Hinman, Stanwood; Reserve Intermediate Novice Fit and Show Tea Penick: Snohomish; Junior Fit and Show: Kiauna Williams-Riley, Arlington; Reserve Junior Fit and Show: Jacob Rogers, Arlington; Intermediate Fit and Show: Daniel Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Reserve Intermediate Fit and Show: Kyleyah Williams-Riley, Arlington; Senior Fit and Show: Ronnie Hendrickson, Arlington; Reserve Senior Fit and Show: Ian Schleh, Mt. Vernon; Overall Champion Dairy Goat Judging: Tiffany Riley, Arlington

4-H Dogs

Obedience Senior Novice Reserve Champion: Emily Onderbeke, Arlington; Obedience Intermediate Adv Novice Champion: Aleesha Grove, Monroe; Obedience Intermediate Adv Novice Reserve Champ: Aleesha Grove, Monroe; Obedience Senior Novice High Blue: Nicole Smeester, Lynnwood;

Conformation Best in Show: Janelle Chamberlin, Bothell; Conformation Champion Class Best in Show: Megan Honari, EverettConformation Champion Class Reserve Best in Show: Laura Pearson, Snohomish; Conformation: Herding Group First: Katelynn Edgecombe, Snohomish; Conformation: Hound Group First: Sarah Pearce, Bothell; Conformation: Sporting Group First:- Janelle Chamberlin, Bothell; Conformation Terrier Group First: Alexandra Leyde, Snohomish; Conformation Toy Group First: Katelynn Edgecombe, Snohomish; Conformation Working Group First: Nicole Buell, Marysville

Obedience Team High Blue: Megan Honari, Everett; Obedience Team High Blue: Shyanne Gates, Lynnwood; Obedience Team High Blue: Aleesha Grove, Monroe; Obedience Team High Blue: Christian Rutten, Snohomish

Tricks First Place Intermediate: Second Kaitlyn Price, Everett; Tricks First Place Primary: Brandon Becker, Sultan; Tricks First Place Senior: Amelia McLaughlin, Monroe; Tricks Second Place Intermediate: Aleesha Grove, Monroe; Tricks Second Place Senior: Mackenzie Starr, Everett; Tricks Third Place Intermediate: Nicole Buell, Marysville

Open Class Photography

Sweepstakes Winner: “Practice, Practice, Practice,” Dan Raphael, North Bend; Junior Achievement: “Fire Dragon,” David Salzer, Everett;

Matted Color Photo Best in Show Master: “Light Painting of Coffee Grinder,” Donna Shilley, Monroe; Reserve in Show Master: “Still Thinking,” Jean Emanuel, Snohomish; Best in Show Advanced: “Heirloom Tomato,” Paula Thomas, Sultan; Reserve in Show Advanced: “Bouquet Day,” Eric Salzer, Everett; Best in Show Senior: “White Mountain Sunse,” Peggy Curtis, Seattle; Reserve in Show Senior: “First Fern Foun,” Paul Olafsen, Snohomish; Best in Show Adult Amateur: “Badlands Sunset,” Kevin Zobrist, Everett; Reserve in Show Adult Amateur: “Island in the Stream,” Gorden Hamlin, Woodinville; Best in Show Junior Amateur: “Palm,” Daniel Jones, Kenmore; Reserve in Show Junior Amateur: “Flip Flop in the Sand,” Jenny Hatch, Snohomish; Best in Show Youth Amateur: “Fire Dragon,” David Salzer, Everett; Reserve in Show Youth Amateur: “You Lookin at Me?,” Katie Parks, Woodinville; Best in Show Primary Amateur: “Holly Holly Berries,” Lily Anderson, Woodinville; Reserve in Show Primary Amateur: “Tide Pool,” Kassadi Holloway, Monroe; Best in Show Special Needs: “Big & Ugly,” Steve Marsh, Redmond

Matted Black & White Best in Show Advanced: “Practice, Practice, Practice,” Dan Raphael, North Bend; Reserve in Show Advanced: “Leaving on a Jet,” Dan Raphael, North Bend; Best in Show Senior: “Chinese Elder,” Michael Fancher, Poulsbo; Best in Show Adult Amateur: “Light House,” Jena Gevart, Bothell; Reserve in Show Adult Amateur: “City Lights,” Jena Gevart, Bothell; Best in Show Primary Amateur: “Blades of Glory,” Jacqueline Frimodt, Redmond

Digital Manipulation Best in Show Master: “Evergreen St. Fair,” Guy Crilly, Wenatchee; Best in Show Advanced: ” Way too Many,” Lisa Raphael, North Bend; Reserve in Show Advanced: “Olive Way,” Lisa Raphael, North Bend; Best in Show Senior: “Texture Glass,” Peggy Curtis, Seattle; Best in Show Adult Amateur: “Line Men E,” Ken Owens, Monroe; Best in Show Junior Amateur: “Cherry on Top,” Natalie Kull, Bothell

Sequential Best in Show Master: “Saddle Bronk,” Guy Crilly, Wenatchee; Best Sequential Overall: “Saddle Bronk,” Guy Grilly, Wenatchee

Panoramic Best in Show Adult Amateur: “Smooth Ride,” Anthoney Wilen, Kirkland; Best in Show Special Needs: “So Much Sarrow, So Little Joy,” Steve Marsh, Redmond

Special Award: “Bands of Time,” Eric Salzer, Everett; “Three Bears,” Tom Paterson, Monroe; “Sitting Waiting,” Kaelyn Thede, Snohomish; “Friends Help Each Other,” Alfred Pease, Edmonds; “Mill on Blue Ridge,” Craig Wilkie, Mountlake Terrace; “Big Brother Goodbye,” Shawna Andres, Monroe; “A Precious Moment,” Jennifer Hatch, Snohomish; “Cathedral in New York,” Malisa Lewis, Mukiteo; “Little Farmer Boy,” Baily Pence, Monroe; “Summer Love,” Alyson Shafter, Marysville

Award of Excellence: “Waiting for the Big Leagues,” Mary Gaedckee, Snohomish; “Slim Bob at Stone Henge,” Valeria Rae, Snohomish; “Coca Cola,” Madelyn Gelfan, Woodinville; “Tired Little Clown,” Jeannie Thurn, Marysville; “Hollway,” Lynette Scott, Bothell; “Polly,” Jeffrey Hunter, Monroe; “Glass,” Steve Oglesby, Woodinville; “Bubbles,” Tina Stevens, Snohomish; “You Make the Call,” Robert McMartin, North Bend; “Bug Eyed Frog,” Bronte Schmidt-Wells, Marysville; “Marley,” Alyson Shaffer, Marysville; “Garden Shows,” Susan Riffe, Marysville,”

Honorable Mention: “Sophia,” Isaac Howard, Gold Bar; “Looking at You,” Amy Brewer, Edmonds; “Lily Taking Katria for a Walk,” Sandra Green, Snohomish; “Baby Loves Stuffed Animals,” Susan Walkup, Bothell; “Sisters,” Mary Gaedcke, Snohomish; “Just Horsing Around,” Dawn Malkowski, Kirkland; “Lazy Summer Night Fishing,” Sarah Guthrie, Gold Bar; “A Midmorning Snack,” Stacy Litwin, Marysville; “Glaciers Falls,” Monica Klett, Marysville; “Tulip Fields,” Amber Spaid, Lake Stevens; “Sad Face,” Austin Nesting, Lynnwood; “Leap of Faith,” Addison Bucholz, Granite Falls

Creative: “Gollum the Great,” Kathryn Clarke, Woodinville; “Explosion Dancing in the Sky,” Alexa Scofield, Snohomish; “Fall Explosion,” Mike Morrison, Bellevue; “Lights,” Linda Pearl, Snohomish; “Belize Leap of Faith,” Jaxon Ravens, Seattle; “Pausing to Rest,” Mary Pease, Edmonds; “Forest Jungle,” Mary Pease, Edmonds; “Squirrel with a Sweet Tooth,” Milynder Phillips, Monroe; “Hopefulness,” Carol Brocker, Lynnwood; “Rockstar Wake Boarding,” Dana Jorden, Monroe

Merit Awards: “Iris in Yakima,” Lily Green, Snohomish; “Furry Friends,” Triana Enge, Snohomish; “Kenmore Fireworks,” Ken Anderson, Woodinville; “Lupinus Arcticus,” Donna Shilley, Monroe; “Feeding Time,” Dianne George, Marysville; “Frog,” Melissa Jacobson, Monroe; “Watching Over his Domain,” Alfred Pease, Edmonds; “Ellensburg Rodeo,” Victor Gill, Woodinville; Tiger,” Miranda Stewart, Lake Stevens; “A Foggy Reflection,” Jennifer Krigel, Stanwood; “Cowboys,” Eric Wilson, Everett; “Butterfly on Pink Flower,” Sean Snook, Snohomish

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