The Richmond Black and White Days kicked off today with the 4-H Show. Joe Hoffman, California, and the Marketing Manager of Westcoast Holsteins judged the show.
Pre 4-H Showmanship Class
This class was for the future 4-H kids in training
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Annual Soup & Pie Social a Success!
~Ann Marie Magnochi, reporting for HolsteinWorld
The Washington Junior Holstein Association held their 10th Annual Soup & Pie Social March 22nd at the Tualco Grange in Monroe, WA. A healthy turn-out of nearly 200 people feasted on homemade clam chowder, chicken-n-vegetable, and cabbage patch soups, salad, pie and ice cream and then stuck around for a lively pie and baked goods auction. Over $6500 was raised to help defer the junior’s costs of attending the National Junior Holstein Convention.
Blake Schoenbachler, Grace Zylstra, Marika Dunham, and Becca Bartelheimer are all smiles as they prepare to start dinner service for the evening.
Jacy Smith and Marcy Bartelheimer show off some of the evening’s offerings.
Are they talking pedigrees or pies? Dan Berry and Mark VanMersbergen chat during the auction.
It just wouldn’t be the same without longtime auctioneer George Magnochi behind the mic. If you’re curious about how something tastes, or what’s in a pie, just ask George, “I know, I’ve tried it!”.
One of the many delicious offerings!
Enjoying the meal.
The Western Classic Junior Dairy Show was held March 2-3 at the Kings County Fairgrounds in Hanford, CA. A total of 217 head were shown by 131 exhibitors for Judge Kathy Yeoman of Dover, OK. California Holstein Association Office Manager & Executive Secretary Kate Briggs commented, “The Western Classic was a truly awesome event, with lots of enthusiastic kids excited to be involved with a dairy show. The show coordinators have done an outstanding job in creating an event that is smoothly run, family friendly, industry friendly, basically making an environment to encourage youth who love being involved in the dairy industry!”
Divisions included Registered and Grade Holsteins, and Registered and Grade All Other Breeds.
Junior Champion: Hilmar Facebook 6217, Summer Calf
Exhibited by Mitchell Coleman, Hilmar
Reserve Junior Champion: Lorita Guthrie Monique-ET, Spring Yearling
Exhibited by J.T. Leonardo, Laton
Senior & Grand Champion: Air-Osa Sanchez 13319, Sr. 3 Year Old
Exhibited by Courtney Faria, Tulare
Reserve Senior & Grand Champion: Ilander Baxter Alice 315-ET, Jr. 3 Year Old, Exhibited by Tony Garcia Jr., Modesto
Novice Division (17 Participants)
1st Place: Billy Marchy, Modesto
2nd Place: Emily Vieira, Turlock
3rd Place: Kassidy Sheldon, Hanford
Junior Division (17 Participants)
1st Place: Katelyn Deniz, Bakersfield
2nd Place: Theron Dutra, Hanford
3rd Place: Allison Tristao, Tipton
Intermediate Division (29 Participants)
1st Place: Elisabeth Regusci, Modesto
2nd Place: Elise Regusci, Modesto
3rd Place: Macey Brock Pearson, Hanford
Senior Division (25 Participants)
1st Place: Natalie Sanders, Hilmar
2nd Place: Lyle Zimmer, Jr., Turlock
3rd Place: Courtney Faria, Tulare
Judging Contest Results
4-H Division (44 participants)
1st High Individual: Donovan Miguel, Hilmar
2nd: Audrey Glynn, Grangeville
3rd: Jordan Scheer, Southwest 1
4th: Dax Sousa, Southwest 2
High Team: Elkcorn
FFA Division (40 participants)
1st High Individual: Matt Ruby, Mt. Whitney
2nd: Deena Migliazzo, Buhach Colony
3rd: Matthew Oliveira, Turlock
4th: Makayla Toste, Gustine
5th: Cameron Summers, Mt. Whitney
Hight Team: Los Banos Gold
College Division (13 participants)
1st: Tony Garcia, Jr.
2nd: Lyle Zimmer, Jr.
3rd: Toni Silva
4th: Kayla Ghidinelli, Randy Edwards
Washington Annual Meeting
coverage by Ann Marie Magnochi
The 92nd Washington State Holstein Association Annual Meeting and awards banquet was held February 15th and 16th in Everett, WA. Included in the banquet was the always anticipated annual state awards.
Inductees into the Purebred Dairy Cattle Hall of Fame included Dr. Erich Studer and Dr. Gene Elophson. Both were recognized for their outstanding contributions to the world of veterinary medicine and embryo transfer. Dr. Studer is most commonly known within the Holstein industry for his embryo work with Diamond S Eve Corry, while Dr. Elophson conducted the flush which produced Rockalli Son Of Bova, the first Registered Holstein resulting form embryo transfer. As well as the flush which produced the first Registered Holstein female resulting from embryo transfer.
Dr. Erich Studer
Dr. Gene Elophson
Steve and Darryl VanderHaak were recognized as Young Breeders. These cousins have bred numerous Excellent and Very Good cows, have put several bulls into AI, and have had much success in the show ring.
The VanderHaak family
The Master Breeder award was presented to Fred & Tammi Schoenbachler and Family of Sil-Dahl Holsteins. The Schoenbachlers have seen much success in the Registered Holstein business, placing several successful bulls into AI and breeding both black and white and red and white All-American honorees.
The Schoenbachler family
Brock Ricci was honored as Mr. Holstein. Brock has been a long-time member of the Washington Holstein Association Board of Directors, and is a regular volunteer with the Jr. Holstein Association.
Held in conjunction with the adult convention and meetings was the Washington Jr. Holstein Association awards and annual meeting. Honored as the Hannah Zylstra Overall Showman Award recipient was Mieke Van Ess of Duvall, the Dan Frohning Outstanding Junior Holstein Member was Damen Jeg of Chehalis, and this year’s scholarship recipient is Kathryn Dunham of Monroe.
Junior Officers were elected and assuming the responsibilities of junior leadership for the year are: (L-R) Kody Tiemersma – North Area Rep, Becca Bartelheimer – Vice President, Marcy Bartelheimer – Secretary, Tilly Zylstra – President, Jacy Smith – Sergeant At Arms – Jacy Smith, Katie Hutchings – Eastern Area Rep, Grace Zylstra – Deputy Sergeant At Arms, Blake Schoenbachler – South Area Rep.
That’s a whole lot of AWESOME happening in Washington!
What do you do when there are two people nominated for Sergeant At Arms and there is a Sergeant and Deputy Sergent position available? You paper-rock-scissors for it!
Check back for additional blog postings of the Pride of Washington Sale!
Iowa Junior Holstein members gathered in Dyersville, IA December 27 and 28th for their 2012 Junior Convention. Awards were given out and planning was set in motion for their 2013 Jr. State Show, National Convention, and looking further ahead to their task of hosting the National Convention in 2014.
New officers were elected- left to right: Mike Bahl, president; Megan Rauen, vice president; Josh Simon, treasurer; Rachel Demmer, secretary; Bethany Simon, reporter; Katie Stewart & Mary Scott, historians; Nathan Arthur, digital historian. The group is advised by Jeff Hammerand.
Out going officer team conducts their final meeting, while adviser Jeff Hammerand looks on. L to R: Kyle Demmer, Jessica Hammerand, and Megan Rauen.
Minnesota Junior Holstein members made the trek down to help out with the activities- Michael Schmitt, Nate Donnay and Brady Engquist.
Tomorrow’s activities conclude with the annoucing of the 2013 Quiz Bowl teams that will represent Iowa at the upcoming National Convention in Indianapolis, IN.
Soup, Pie, and Kids
By Ann Marie Magnochi
Anyone who has made the trek to National Holstein Convention knows it can be quite the expensive event. With hotels, registration fees, and flights, it all adds up pretty quick. And when your group seems to always be the ones raising their hands when the question goes out of, “who traveled the furthest!?” it really adds up!
Ten years ago, a handful of parents got together with an idea to raise money to help fund their kids’ trips to National Holstein Convention, and so the Washington Junior Holstein Association Soup & Pie Social was born. What began as a simple bake sale idea has blossomed into a community gathering that is hands down the highlight of most Washington dairy families’ spring events, and the main money-maker to get Washington Juniors to Convention.
For a donation of their choosing, participants are treated to a menu of homemade soups (clam chowder, chicken ‘n vegetable, and cabbage patch), salad, bread, ice cream, and of course every type and variety of homemade pie and desert one could ever imagine. Regulars to this event know who the great cooks are. They know which cinnamon rolls to bid on, who makes the best cheesecakes, which berry pies come with a guaranteed refill if you return the pie plate, and which cookies are going to require the formation of a syndicate to be affordable.
The Soup & Pie Social is more than just a fundraiser. It gets back to the original roots of what makes small farming communities great, where people came together on warm spring nights in community halls, granges, and family kitchens to share good food and great conversation with friends and family. The Washington Juniors have found a way to achieve that same small town feel a mere 30 miles from downtown Seattle. Urban dwellers and country folk, businessmen and farmers alike unite to support the youth. Because they know, whether these kids pursue careers in the dairy industry or not, the experiences and knowledge they gain throughout their junior Holstein careers turns each and every one of them into spokesmen of the breed, and ambassadors of the industry.
Along with the many shows and events that take place during the All American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, PA – the 44th annual collegiate judging contest commenced yesterday, September 17th.
Coming out on top of 18 teams was the University of Minnesota, comprised of team members David Hanson, Jayne Esch, Theresa Twohey and Jacob Achen with an overall score of 2,108. Following along in the top five are:
2. University of Wisconsin- Madision (2066 points)
3. University of Wisconsin- River Falls (2055 points)
4. Cornell Unversity (2052 points)
5. Penn State University (2043 points)
Top Five Individuals- Collegiate
1. David Hanson, University of Minnesota
2. Labecca Johnson, University of WI- River Falls
3. Stephen Gould, Cornell University
4. Theresa Twohey, University of Minnesota
5. Jayne Esch, University of Minnesota
Top Five Teams- 4-H
1. Ohio (1877 points)
2. New York (1841 points)
3. Wisconsin (1825 points)
4. Pennsylvania (1817 points)
5. Maryland (1817 points)
Top Five Individuals- 4-H
1. Trent Miller, WI
2. Emily Dudash, OH
3. Abigail Jantzi, NY
4. Hillary Jackson, OH
5. Laura Bond, OH
Top Five Teams- FFA
5. West Virginia
Top Five Individuals- FFA
1. Haely Leiding, MN
2. Kayla Leiding, MN
3. Emma Eckrote, IN
4. Travis Troendle, MN
5. Taylor Gunter, GA
The competitive judging road now leads to Madison, where 4-H and collegiate teams will gather on Monday, October 1st.
The Premier National Junior Holstein Show is taking place in Harrisburg, PA today as part of the week-long All-American Dairy Show event. Official judge for today’s show is Kelli Cull of Lomira, WI.
Official Judge – Kelli Cull
Spring Calf (28)
1. Plum-Line Sanchez Kellie (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Patrick Carey, Titusville, PA
2. Roll-N-View Sanchez Annalee (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Cooper Galton, Nunda, NY
3. Savage-Leigh Allen Lilac-ET (Canyon-Breeze Allen-ET), Bradley Richman, Mannington, NJ
4. Mt-Glen Devlin Jaqua (Mt-Glen Levi Devlin), Katie Jackson, Columbia Cross Roads, PA
5. Penn-Gate Asteroid Fizzy (Kingsmill Gdwyn Asteroid), Corbin Wood, Littlestown, PA
Winter Calf (25)
1. Heart&Soul Dundee Rythum-ET (Regancrest Dundee-ET), Laura Lesher, Bernville, PA
2. Heart&Soul Dundee Rhyme-ET (Regancrest Dundee-ET), Matthew Boop, Millmont, PA
3. Ms Dolly Jasper Diva (Wilcoxview Jasper-ET), Matthew Boop, Millmont, PA
4. Penn-Gate Damion Fennie (Erbacres Damion), Corbin Wood, Littlestown, PA
5. Conno Q Sanchez Flirt (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Leighton Meals, Mars, PA
Fall Calf (26)
1. Penn-Gate Damion Ayla (Erbacres Damion), Courtney Campbell, Gratz, PA
2. Roll-N-View Dempsey Roxette (Lirr Drew Dempsey), Cooper Galton, Nunda, NY
3. Dunns-Pride Fever Cadence-ET (Crackholm Fever-ET), James Dunn, New Ringgold, PA
4. Big-Guns Atlas Beyond-ET (MD-Delight Durham Atlas-ET), Rachel Foster, Petersburg, PA
5. Ra-Rob Schz Lil Ada (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Katy Jefferson, Rome, PA
Three rings of junior shows this morning – Brown Swiss, Red & White and Holstein!
Summer Yearling (21)
1. Red-Springs Atwood Jordyn (Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET), Justin Kennedy, New Castle, PA
2. Siemers Fvr Haya-Queen-ET (Crackholm Fever-ET), Spencer Weimer, Emlenton, PA
3. Star-Rock Boulder Marrianne (Bomaz Boulder-ET), Emma Barley, Conestoga, PA
4. Siemers Atw Hayas-Diva-ET (Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET), Spencer Weimer, Emlenton, PA
5. Lake-Effect Sanchez Peggy (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Daniel Benedict, Waynesboro, PA
Spring Yearling Heifer (21)
1. Heart&Soul CS Roxanne-ET (Cedarwal Spirte), Matthew Boop, Millmont, PA
2. Belfontaine Bolton Anne (Sandy-Valley Bolton-ET), Jared Dueppengiesser, Perry, NY
3. Hillmont Sanchez Marie-ET (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Justin Kennedy
4. Miss Damion Jade-ET (Erbacres Damion), Mason Mazzaro, Williamsfield, OH
5. Penn-Gra Dolman Dallas-ET (Regancrest Dolman-ET), Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
Winter Yearling (12)
1. J&K-Vue Atwoods Greatest (Maple-Downs-I G W Atwood-ET), Doug Boop, Millmont, PA
2. Horizon Phoenix Jitter (Windy-Knoll-View Phoenix-ET), Bryant Hill, Gilbertsville, NY
3. Lawrence-Haven Perseus Val (Rainyridge Perseus), Ian Taylor, Mercer, PA
4. M-Signature Sanchez Siri (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Jacob & Jared Dueppengiesser & Andy Chlus, Perry, NY
5. Betty Pottsdale Goldroy Asa (UFM-Dubs Goldroy-ET), Kelsey Heiney, Strasburg, PA
Fall Yearling (13)
1. Peace&Plenty Asteroid Fishy (Kingsmill Gdwyn Asteroid-ET), Austin Schwartzbeck, Union Bridge, MD”
2. Penn-Gra Dolman Autumn (Regancrest Dolman-ET), Courtney Campbell, Gratz, PA
3. Castlemont Hvezda Blaze (Orbe-View S Strm Hvezda-ET), Evan Castragiovanni, Montrose, PA
4. Maple-Downs CC Du Amelia-ET (Regancrest Dundee-ET), Emily Tillapaugh, Warnersville, NY
5. Alright FC Kelsy (Gillette Final Cut), Katelyn Neff, Cochranton, PA
Junior Champion & Best Bred and Owned: Peace&Plenty Asteroid Fishy (Kingsmill Gdwyn Asteroid), 1st fall yearling, Austin Schwartzbeck, Union Bridge, MD
Res. Junior Champion: Heart&Soul CS Roxanne-ET (Cedarwal Spirte), 1st spring yearling, Matt Boop, Millmont, PA
HM Junior Champion: Heart&Soul Dundee Rythum-ET (Regancrest Dundee), 1st winter calf, Laura Lesher, Bernville, PA
Reserve Junior Champion
Judi Collinsworth Winner: Austin Schwartzbeck
Dry Cow (2)
1. Kingsmill Sen Addison-ET (Velvet-View-KJ Sensation-ET), Erin Wolfe, Doylestown, PA
2. C&S Daisy Toystorys Daytona (Jenny-Lou Mrshl Toystory), Mason Davis, Dawson, PA
Milking Fall Yearling (2)
1. Heart&Soul SS Rosette-ET (Pursuit September Storm), Matt Boop, Millmont, PA
2. Luddy Damion Lizzy-ET (Erbacres Damion), Kyle Shuey, Lebanon, PA
Junior 2-Year-Old (18)
1. Plum-Line Aspen Karamel (EK-Oseeana Aspen-ET), Patrick Carey, Titusville, PA
2. J&-Vue Jasper Gala-ET (Wilcoxview Jasper-ET), Douglas Boop, Millmont, PA
3. Keystone Shottle Valerie (Pictson Shottle-ET), Tim Seipt, Easton, PA
4. Savage-Leigh Gold Star (Braedale Goldwyn), Colton Hartman, St. Thomas, PA
5. Winterfield Dundee Jewel-ET (Regancrest Dundee-ET), Natalie Youse, Ridgely, MD
Senior 2-Year-Old (6)
1. Kirbyville Goldwyn Sass-ET (Braedale Goldwyn), Andrew Younker, Fleetwood, PA
2. WV-Homerun Kevinblake (Regancrest-HHF Marcus), Dustin Warren, Clayton, DE
3. Solid-Gold Alaska-ET (Picston Shottle), Spencer Weimer, Emlenton, PA
4. BSB Million Lorelei (England-Ammon Million), Peyton Bond, Stockton, NJ
5. Sam-Sim Sanchez Pacifica (Gen-Mark Stmatic Sanchez), Katie Donmoyer, Annville, PA
Junior 3-Year-Old (6)
1. Riser 4 Apple Blossom 4501 (Klumbs Durham Pontiac), Jocelyn Riser, Gettysburg, PA
2. Champ View Lauren Sage 4361 (Den-K Marshall LL Laurin), Jared Widerman, Gettysburg, PA
3. Lost Brook Flirt Katie (Nippler Acres Aspen Flirt-Tw), Katelyn Renee Taylor, Allenwood, PA
4. Arethusa Goldwyn Varina (Braedale Goldwyn), Jordan Zimmerman, East Earl, PA
5. Milksource Talent Alicia-ET (Ladino Park Talent Imp), Bryce Gingerich, Millersburg, IN
Senior 3-Year-Old (2)
1. Star-Rock Atlas 4796-ET (MD-Delight Durham Atlas-ET), Jonah Barley, Conestoga, PA
2. O-C-E-C Smatic Justice-ET (Comestar Stormatic), Sarah E. Slater, Clarks Mills, PA
Intermediate Champion: Kirbyville Goldwyn Sass-ET (Braedale Goldwyn), 1st Senior 2-year-old, Andrew Younker, Fleetwood, PA
Reserve Intermediate Champion: Heart&Soul SS Rosette-ET (Pursuit September Storm), 1st milking fall yearling, Matt Boop, Millmont, PA
HM Intermediate Champion: Plum-Line Aspen Karamel (EK-Oseeana Aspen), 1st Junior 2-year-old, Patrick Carey, Titusville, PA
Reserve Intermediate Champion
1. Hillmont Adolph Nova-ET (Tri-Day Adolph), Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
2. Windex Roy Lightning (Roylane Jordan), Kayla Windecker, Frankfort, NY
3. Heart&Soul Algnc Riske-ET (EK-Oseeana SG Allegiance), Matt Boop, Millmont, PA
4. Annalea Goldwyn Alinda (Braedale Goldwyn), Jacob Dueppengiesser, Perry, NY
5. Coon-Bros Ava (Peckenstein Form Bret), Colleen Smith, Pine Plains, NY
1. Shady-Row Dundee Daphne (Regancrest Dundee), Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
2. Sunrose Delaney (Regancrest Dundee), Brant Gingerich, Millersburg, IN
3. Spring-Fed Logan Lea (Ehrhardt Logan), Trevor Holdridge, Bloomville, NY
4. Linden-Loch Damion Delila (Erbacres Damion), Doug Boop, Millmont, PA
5. Summer Villa Blitz Regal (Fustead Emory Blitz), Cuba, NY
Aged Cow (2)
1. Whitdale-D Durham Mackenzie (Regancrest Elton Durham), Krista Depew, Argyle, NY
2. Sha-Vic-Ta Perfect (Braedale Freeman), Jade Georgetti, Avella, PA
100,000/125,000-Lb. Cow (3)
1. Greenwood Acres Dun Celeste (Regancrest Dundee), Connor Savage, Union Bridge, MD
2. Heart&Soul Reggie Regina-ET (Terrick Reggie), Doug Boop, Millmont, PA
3. Ridgedale Folly (Sunnylodge Linjet), Cyrus Conard, Sharon Springs, NY
Senior Champion: Shady-Row Dundee Daphne (Regancrest Dundee), 1st 5-year-old, Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
Reserve Senior Champion: Hillmont Adolph Nova-ET (Tri-Day Adolph), 1st 4-year-old, Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
HM Senior Champion: Greenwood Acres Dun Celeste (Regancrest Dundee), 1st production cow, Connor Savage, Union Bridge, MD
Reserve Senior Champion
HM Senior Champion
Grand Champion: Shady-Row Dundee Daphne (Regancrest Dundee), 1st 5-year-old, Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
Reserve Grand Champion: Kirbyville Goldwyn Sass (Braedale Goldwyn), 1st Senior 2-year-old, Andrew Younker, Fleetwood, PA
HM Grand Champion: Hillmont Adolph Nova-ET (Tri-Day Adolph), 1st 4-Year-Old, Coy Campbell, Gratz, PA
Kelly Myers-Zepp of New Windsor, Maryland, placed the heifers in the Red & White Junior Show this morning and selected her winners from the group. Congratulations!
Junior Champion: Pheasant-Echos RE Diego-Red (Hurgen-Vue Reality-Red), 1st fall calf, Trinity Miller, Westminster, MD
Res. Junior Champion: Roll-N-View Jet-R Tessa (Fradon Jet-Red), 1st winter calf, Allison Galton, Nunda, NY
Grand Champion: Rob-Sara Ruster Tina B-Red (Sir Ridgedal Rustler-Red), 1st Sr. 2-year-old, Laura Emerson, Middletown, DE
Res. Grand Champion: Sildajack Tristan Sassy 3-Red (Karona Tristan-Red), 2nd Sr. 2-year-old, Cooper Galton, Nunda, NY
439 youth from 9 states competed on Sunday, September 16th in the largest ever showmanship contest held in Harrisburg, PA during the All-American Dairy Show.
Topping the 138 head of junior competitors was Mason Mazzaro, 11 of Williamsfield, Ohio. Mason is a repeat winner from last year’s contest.
The remaining winners were:
Second- Trinity Miller, 10, Westminster, MD
Third – Bradley Richman, 10, Mannington, NJ
Fourth – Anna Klink, 9, Linesville, PA
Fifth – Dayton Pitzer, 9, New Alexandria, PA
Sixth – Jailynn Gilbert, 10, Meadville, PA
Seventh – Brooke Cornell, 11, Berlin, PA
Eighth – Mikayla Davis, 11, Leesport, PA
Ninth- Tucker True, 11, Perry, NY
Tenth – Kiley Cassell, 11 , Duncannon, PA
L-R- Trinity Miller, Bradley Richman, Anna Klink, Dayton Pitzer, Mason Mazzaro, Jailynn Gilbert, Brooke Cornell, Mikayla Davis, Tucker True, Kiley Cassell
Kyle Barton, 14 of Ancramdale, NY topped the 166 contestants in the Intermediate division.
The remaining winners were:
Second – Jacob Kline, 14, Myerstown, PA
Third – Daniel Kitchen, 14, Danville, PA
Fourth -Kayla Umbel, 13, Emmitsburg, MD
Fifth – Hannah Rhoades, 15, Greenville, OH
Sixth – Maddy Manges, 13, Fairhope, PA
Seventh – Lane Kummer, 12, Evans City, PA
Eighth – Kayla Windecker, 15, Frankfort, NY
Ninth- Lexi Winkler, 14, Woodbine, MD
Tenth- Kelsey, Heiney, 13, Strasburg, PA
Jacob Kline, Daniel Kitchen, Kayla Umbel, Hannah Rhoades, Kyle Barton, Maddy Manges, Lane Kummer, Kayla Windecker, Lexi Winkler, Kelsey, Heiney
Jade Jensen, 19, Joplin, MO bested 135 other contestants in the Senior Division which also included a fitting portion for the 10 contestants.
Second – Elijah Dobay, 17, Farmdale, OH
Third-Corbin Wood, 21, Littletown, PA
Fourth- Lauren Nell, 19, Gettysburg, PA
Fifth- Madison Fisher, 21, Claysburg, PA
Sixth- Spencer Weimer, 21 Emlenton, PA
Seventh – Ashlee Dietz, 21, Southington, OH
Eighth- Kaitlyn Corbatt, 19, Williamsport, MD
Ninth- Laura Emerson, 21, Middletown, DE
Tenth- Justin Kennedy, 17, New Castle, PA
Elijah Dobay, Corbin Wood, Lauren Nell, Madison Fisher, Jade Jensen, Spencer Weimer, Ashlee Dietz, Kaitlyn Corbatt, Laura Emerson, Justin Kennedy,
Irene Osborne and Mike Weimer down to cheer on Mike’s son Spencer in the fitting portion.