2011 Highland County Fair Sheep And Goat Show Results
Monterey, VA – The 2011 Highland County Fair Sheep and Goat show took place at the fairground on Thursday, September 1st. In the Sheep Showmanship competition, winners are Ashley Hiner in the Master category, Michael Humphries in the Senior 16-19 class, Tabitha Hiner in the Senior 14-15 class, Lucas Wimer in the Junior class, and Isaiah Carter in the Novice class. The overall senior winner is Michael Humphries.
In the Market Lambs-light weight class, winners are Laurel Blagg, Zachary Lindsay and David Leech. The Lightweight Champion is Zachary Lindsay, and the Reserve Champion is Katelyn Hise.
Market Lambs-med weight class winners are Lucas Wimer and Brittany Young. Medium weight champion is Brittany Young and reserve champion is Katelyn Hise.
Market Lambs-heavyweight, winners are Sydney Armstrong and Robert Moyers. Heavyweight champion is Sydney Armstrong and reserve champion is Robert Moyers. Armstong and Moyers also took the Supreme Grand Champion Lamb and Supreme Reserve Champion Lamb honors respectively.
In the Pair of Market Lambs competition, the winners are Zachary Lindsay, Tabitha Hiner and Ashley Hiner. Champion Pair winner is Ashley Hiner and the Reserve Champion is Tabitha Hiner.
In the Goat Showmanship competition, senior winner is Tabitha Hiner, Junior winner is Patricia Lindsay and Novice winner is Will Thomas. Market Goat winners are Ashley Hiner, Patricia Lindsay and Tabitha Hiner. Market Goat Champion is Tabitha Hiner and Reserve Champion is Sydney Armstrong.
In the Commercial Sheep division, Robert Moyers won for both Ewe Lamb and Champion Ewe. In the open show sheep, Purebred Suffolk division, Marshall Cornelius won the Yearling Ewe, Pair of Yearling Ewes and the Champion and Reserve Champion Ewe. For the Open show Market Lambs, Anna Armstrong won the Single Lamb, Pair of Lambs, Champion Lamb, Reserve Champion Lamb and Champion Pair classes. For the Open show Female Goat, the winner isTabitha Hiner.
Congratulations to all the winners and participants. And don’t forget the Highland FFA Livestock sale on Saturday, September 3rd at 2pm at the fairgrounds.