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Michigan Team wins 4-H Dairy Judging at World Dairy Expo 2014
September 30, 2014

MADISON, WISCONSIN – Michigan pulled out a victory at the National 4-H Dairy Cattle Judging Contest on September 29 at World Dairy Expo. Team members Lucas Moser, Bryce Frahm, Kayla Holsten and Suzanna Hull worked together to reach to the top in overall placings. Under coaches, Joe Domecq and Sarah Black, the Michigan team seized the win over Ohio by only one point. In third was Wisconsin with team member Jordan Siemers taking home top overall individual and top individual reasons. Twenty-seven teams from around the country competed in the dairy cattle evaluation contest, judging 10 classes and giving oral reasons on five classes. Results are as follows:

Top 10 Teams Overall

1. Michigan, 2,043, coached by Joe Domecq and Sarah BlackTeam members: Lucas Moser, Bryce Frahm, Kayla Holsten and Suzanna Hull

2. Ohio, 2,042, coached by Sherry Smith and Bonnie Ayars
Team members: Hannah Dye, Ella Jackson, Tanner Topp and Kaleb Kliner

3. Wisconsin, 2,004, coached by Angie Ulness and Paul Siemers
Team members: Crystal Siemers-Peterman, Tiffany Roberts, Jordan Siemers and Sanne de Bruijn

4. Pennsylvania, 1,999, coached by Chad Dechow
Team members: Morgan Stump, Sabrina Clark, Sandra Krone and Emily Cooper

5. Illinois, 1,953, coached by David Fischer
Team members: Emily Irwin, Patrick Tegeler, Macy Wendling and Macy Probst

6. New York, 1,943, coached by Doug Waterman
Team members: Jaycie Staring, Abigail Jantzi, Casey Porter and Stephanie McBath

7. Iowa, 1,937, coached by K. Scott and K. Adams
Team members: Scott Stempfle, Nathan Arthur, Mary Scott and Sally Hamlett

8. Minnesota, 1,928, coached by M. Donnelly and A. Schroeder
Team members: Mikayla Erf, Trevor Otte, Gabriella Sorg and Kristin Erf

9. Maryland, 1,925, coached by Barbara Minde and K. Finucane
Team members: Shelby Hahn, Katelyn Allen, Emmy Dalam and Cory Zimmerman

10. North Carolina, 1,903, coached by M. Staebner and B. Thompson
Team members: Luke Holland, Mickey Jo Grubb, Ryan Menius and Jacob Pless

Top 10 Individuals Overall:

1. Jordan Siemers, 716, Wisconsin

2. Lucas Moser, 690, Michigan

3. Ella Jackson, 688, Ohio

4. Emily Irwin, 688, Illinois

5. Sabrina Clark, 685, Pennsylvania

6. Kayla Holsten, 684, Michigan

7. Gabriella Sorg, 680, Minnesota

8. Hannah Dye, 678, Ohio

9. Tanner Topp, 676, Ohio

10. Bryce Frahm, 669, Michigan

Top 10 Team Reasons:

1. Michigan, 684, coached by Joe Domecq and Sarah Black

2. Wisconsin, 672, Angie Ulness and Paul Siemers

3. Ohio, 670, coached by Sherry Smith and Bonnie Ayars

4. Minnesota, 662, coached by M. Donnelly and A. Schroeder

5. New York, 660, coached by Doug Waterman

6. Pennsylvania, 658, coached by Chad Dechow

7. Maryland, 653, coached by Barbara Minde and K. Finucane

8. Kentucky, 641, coached by Larissa Tucker and B. Baird

9. Iowa, 628, coached by K. Scott and K. Adams

10. Illinois, 614, coached by David Fischer

Top 10 Individual Reasons:

1. Jordan Siemers, 233, Wisconsin

2. Kayla Holsten, 229, Michigan

3. Lucas Moser, 228, Michigan

4. Hannah Dye, 227, Ohio

5. Bryce Frahm, 227, Michigan

6. Morgan Stump, 227, Pennsylvania

7. Crystal Siemers-Peterman, 226, Wisconsin

8. Abigail Jantzi, 225, New York

9. Gabriella Sorg, 222, Minnesota

10. Tanner Topp, 222, Ohio

 

Press courtesy World Dairy Expo



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