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Aug 23 results

Open Class General Agriculture

SCARECROW COMPETITION (Reprint for misinformation)

Junior Class Winners

First Place: Bodrick Galloway, Snohomish

Second Place: Danielle Wilson, Auburn

Third Place: Katyann Wilson, Auburn

Fourth Place: Jonathan Littrell, Snohomish

Fifth Place: Jerek Galloway, Snohomish

Sixth Place: Brittany Sarto, Monroe

Adult Class Winners

First Place: Angie Micketti, Snohomish

Second Place: Danielle Littrell, Monroe

Senior Class Winner

First Place: Connie Baysinger, Monroe

Aug 24 results

4-H Dairy Cattle


Gordon Woods Oral Reason Trophy Winners

Junior: Blake Schoenbachler, Stanwood

Senior: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Junior Champion Dairy Judge: Everett Dunham, Monroe

Junior Reserve Champion Dairy Judge: Marika Dunham, Monroe

Intermediate Champion Dairy Judge: Aschliegh Smith, Monroe

Intermediate Reserve Champion Dairy Judge: Chyenne Smith, Monroe

Senior Champion Dairy Judge: Cairnryan Mower, Sedro-Woolley

Senior Reserve Champion Dairy Judge: Melissa Cook, Monroe


Champion Demonstration: Brooke Schoenbachler and Alexa Flem, Stanwood

Reserve Champion Demonstration: Abby Lohman, Bow

Champion Food Demonstration: Chris Furrer and Melissa Cook, Monroe

Reserve Champion Food Demonstration: Kelsey Anderson and Evan Anderson, Monroe

Aug 25 results

4-H Dairy Cattle


Novice Grand Champion: Alexa Flem, Stanwood

Novice Reserve Champion: Will Somerville, Lake Stevens

Junior Grand Champion: Tilly Zylstra, Snohomish

Junior Reserve Champion: Blake Schoenbachler, Stanwood

Intermediate Grand Champion: Aschliegh Smith, Monroe

Intermediate Reserve Champion: Emily Beebe, Monroe

Senior Grand Champion: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Senior Reserve Champion: Evan Anderson, Monroe

Overall Grand Champion and Round Robin Participant: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Champion Showman

Brown Swiss: Kaitlynn Chaput, Monroe

Guernsey: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Jersey: Emily Zylstra, Snohomish

Holstein: Evan Anderson, Monroe

4-H Dogs


Special Award: Alicia Anderson, Bothell; Caleb Anderson, Bothell; Jacob Anderson, Bothell; Kailena Anderson, Bothell; Brianna Alford, Carnation; Kristina Gunderson, Carnation; Elle McGlocklin, Edmonds; Joe Nissell, Everett; Lindsey Gordner, Everett; Taylor Hasson, Kirkland; Alyssa Wells, Lynnwood; Colby Pfost, Lynnwood; Kaitie Wells, Lynnwood; John Guo Lyman, Marysville; Amitai Tamir, Mercer Island; Taylor Cristensen, Monroe; Darby Hartl, Mukilteo; Christopher Miller, Redmond; Claire Miller, Redmond; Addie Mejia, Sammamish; Callie Mejia, Sammamish; Julia Brokow, Sammamish; Riley Richards, Seattle; Sarahgene Lock, Seattle; Ashley Walsh, Snohomish; Chris Pavlos, Woodinville; Tessa Tedeschi, Woodinville


Junior Champion: Claire Miller, Redmond

Junior Reserve Champion: Christopher Miller, Redmond

Intermediate Champion: Meliss Smeester, Lynnwood; Amitai Tamir, Mercer Island; Julia Brokow, Sammamish; Sarahgene Lock, Seattle

Intermediate Reserve Champion: Elle McGlocklin, Edmonds

Senior Champion: Taylor Hasson, Kirkland; Alex McKee, Woodinville; Chris Pavlos, Woodinville

Senior Reserve Champion: Karli Lindor, Bellevue

Senior High Blue: Joey Matuska, Lynnwood; Allison Lang, Woodinville

Aug 26 results

4-H Dairy Cattle


Junior Grand Champion Team: Shannon Rodeffer, Monroe; Katheryn Dunham, Monroe; Everett Dunham, Monroe; Emily Beebe, Monroe

Senior Grand Champion Team and Winners of the Hannah Zylstra Memorial Trophy: Emily Zylstra, Snohomish; Melissa Cook, Monroe; Liz Soler, Stanwood; Brooke Schoenbachler, Stanwood


Junior Champion Test: Marcy Bartelheimer, Monroe

Intermediate Champion Test: Katheryn Dunham, Monroe

Senior Champion Test: Melissa Cook, Monroe

Aug 27 results

4-H Dairy Cattle


Grand Champion Brown Swiss: Buddy Furrer, Monroe

Grand Champion Guernsey: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Grand Champion Jersey: Emily Beebe, Monroe

Grand Champion Holstein: Timmy Lee Frohning, Monroe

Supreme Heifer: Aaron Furrer, Monroe

Supreme Cow: Timmy Lee Frohning, Monroe

Best Udder: Timmy Lee Frohning, Monroe

Aug 28 results

4-H Dairy Cattle


Dean Allen “To Make the Best Better” Award: Chris Furrer, Monroe

Overall Club Display: Hy-Lo 4-H, Monroe

Overall Club Herd: Hopes 4’s 4-H, Stanwood

Herdsmanship Award: Hopes 4’s 4-H, Stanwood

Ellene Kearney Award: Tanya Moman, Arlington

4-H Dogs


Champion: Danielle Hanson, Marysville


Overall Grand Champion Pre-Specialty: Megan Blyzka, Snohomish

Overall Reserve Champion Pre-Specialty: Kaitlyn Hartford, Everett

Overall Grand Champion Specialty: Megan Redliner, Snohomish

Junior Champion: Christina Rutten, Bothell; Lindsay Gorder, Everett

Junior Reserve Champion: Amelia Anderson, Duval; Nichole Shavlik, Monroe

Junior High Blue: Kailena Anderson, Bothell; Jordan Harris, Snohomish

Intermediate Champion: Courtney Crouch, Everett; Katherine Clarke-Johnson, Kirkland; Kayla Cochran, Lake Stevens; Danae Kline, Marysville; Hannah Smith, Snohomish

Intermediate Reserve Champion: Katrina Egtvedt-Smith, Everett; Emma Fritzler, Lake Stevens; Nichole Smeester, Lynnwood

Intermediate High Blue: Megan Honari, Everett; Breawna Barr, Monroe; Maddy DeMaris, Snohomish

Senior Champion: Hannah Spencer, Everett; Lisa Terry, Stanwood

Senior Reserve Champion: Shawn Kelley, Arlington; Laura Hunter, Kenmore; Alliea Zimmer, Lake Stevens; Tia Lee, Mill Creek; Lia Woolf, Woodinville

Senior High Blue: Heather Rekow, Redmond; Gabriella Golzarian, Snohomish; Susannah Bruck, Snohomish; Makayla Arnold, Woodinville


First: Danielle Hansen, Granite Falls

Second: Kaylee Grey, Granite Falls

Third: Jessica Laborde, Duvall


First: Kristina Gunderson, Carnation; Danielle Hansen, Marysville; Brianna Alford, Carnation

Aug 29 results

Open Class Foods Contest 10th Annual Raspberry Spreads Contest

Best Presentation: Theressa Rose, Everett

Most Creative: Tamela Grams, Everett

Overall High Scores

First (tie): Ray and Pam Hestikind, Granite Falls; Audrey Kellerman, Snohomish; Tamela Grams, Everett

Second (tie): Theressa Rose, Everett; Sue Meyers, Monroe

Third: Shelley Miars, Snohomish


First: Shelley Miars, Snohomish

Second: Sue Meyers, Monroe

Third: Laura Elhai, Mountlake Terrace

Fourth: Marcie Allen, Snohomish

Fifth: Dave Elhai, Mountlake Terrace


First: Rose Fowler, Snohomish

Second: Shelley Miars, Snohomish


First (tie): Ray and Pam Hestikind, Granite Falls; Audrey Kellerman, Snohomish

Second: Sue Meyers, Monroe

Third: Rose Fowler, Snohomish

Fourth: Rose Fowler, Snohomish

Fifth: Laura Elhai, Mountlake Terrace


First: Tamela Grams, Everett

Second: Theressa Rose, Everett

Third: Kathleen Wright, Monroe

Fourth: Stephanie Hagerty-Moening, Snohomish

Open Class Floriculture


Horticulture Sweepstakes: Guy Cook, Duvall

Artistic Design Sweepstakes: Debbie Wetmore, Snohomish

Petite Award: Martha Moore, Monroe

Viewers Choice Award (second show): Debbie Wetmore, Snohomish

Chairman Award Best Table Presentation: Michelle Wipple, Snohomish

Best of Show Fuchsia double tree: Ted Koval, Monroe

Best of Show Dahlia: Dick Williams, Snohomish

Special Design Award: Debbie Wetmore, Snohomish

Open Class Photography

Sweepstakes: Samantha Werner, Lake Stevens


Master: Molly Boggs, Monroe

Advanced: Deborah Allergi, Skykomish

Senior: Ginger Jeromchek, Duvall

Developmental Disabilities: Emily Locke, Lynnwood

Sequential Exhibit: Jennifer Wilkins, Sammamish


Novice: Luc Violette, Granite Falls

Youth: Katie Hawkinon, Sultan

Junior: Alicia Wright, Everett

Adult: Chris McGuire, Monroe

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