WHATCOM — County 4-H youth entrants in the Washington State 4-H Fair in Puyallup in September came home with various championships, high placings and special merit awards, the county 4-H office reports.
These are the results of judging:
Dairy Fit & Show
Colten Cuperus, intermediate champion; Shane Sterk, intermediate reserve champion.
Colton Cuperus, Shane Sterk and Tyler Cuperus, third place, intermediate team.
Tyler Cuperus, junior champion; Colton Cuperus, senior champion; Tyler Cuperus, reserve champion; Colton Cuperus, grand champion.
Erika Singh-Cundy, Alicia Silves and Courtney Hubbert, champion senior team.
Texas Barrels Race
Ivy Thompson, seventh place.
Two Barrel Flags
Robert Hubbert, fifth place.
Ivy Thompson, seventh place; Kyle Long, eighth place.
Pole Key Race
Bella Olson, third place; Kyle Long, seventh place; Robert Hubbert, eighth place.
Senior Equine Judging
Erika Singh-Cundy, sixth place; Alicia Silves, seventh place; Courtney Hubbert, tenth place.
Pygmy Goat Fit & Show
Trevor Kudsk, junior reserve champion; Melissa Kudsk, intermediate reserve champion; Kara Teachman, senior champion; Kara Teachman, reserve senior champion with pygmy goat doe.
Sheep Fit & Show
Peyton Hanks, intermediate reserve champion and Dorset champion ewe.
Kaylee Knaus-Wahl, third place intermediate; Kaylee Knaus-Wahl, Maximus DePass, Aiden Seigman, Madison McGary, Greyson Bronkema, Peyton Hanks and Kolten Visser, third place intermediate team; Samantha Johnston, Jaxson Pike, Lucas Kooiman, Jamie Mason, Donovan Hanks and Renae Hoekema, third place senior team.
Gwen Berglund, Special Merit award for still-life pencil drawing portrait; Whittaker Gresham, Special Merit award for still-life geometric scratch art drawing; Edynn Lahr, Special Merit award for still-life ink drop tiles; Simeon Leavitt, Special Merit award for still-life photography; Charles Johnson, Special Merit award for still-life Creative Kids paper-mache dragon; America Oettel, Special Merit award for still-life cinder block planter and sedium garden.