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Nimitz Students Perform Well at Livestock Show

Nimitz Performs Well at Livestock Show
Posted on 02/05/2019

Notes on judging and results:

-Market classes are where the animal is judged largely is confirmation and marketable product.

-Showmanship is where the students are judged on their ability to present that animal to its fullest potential.



goat 2019

Market Goats:

Simone Stewart 9th place overall


Kia Robertson RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION GOAT SHOWMANSHIP

--- sheep 2019

Market Lamb:

Joseph Barcus RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION

Simone Stewart 3rd place overall

McKenzie Keithley 7th place overall

Angel Allen 8th place overall


Malcolm Phillips GRAND CHAMPION LAMB SHOWMANSHIP

--- swine

Market Swine (pigs):

Chyenne Palmore RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION

McKenzie Keithley 3rd place overall

Kaiyah Chaisson 7th place overall

Kaneisha White 12th place overall

Alex Martinez 14th place overall

Gabriel Correa 6th place Middle Weight Division

Emily Escoto 11th place Light Weight Division


Kaneisha White GRAND CHAMPION PIG SHOWMANSHIP

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Market Beef:

Shelby Clark 3rd place in the Light Weight Steer Division


Joseph Barcus GRAND CHAMPION BREEDING BEEF

--- Horse 2019

Horses:

Darnell Huff RESERVE GRAND CHAMPION SHOWMANSHIP

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Agri Science Fair:

J'Neisha Melendez 5th place overall


winners 2019

Student Livestock Judging Contest:


Shelby Clark 3rd place High Point Individual

Jeffery Cooper 4th place High Point Individual

Joseph Barcus 6th place High Point Individual

McKenzie Keithley 7th place High Point Individual

Angel Allen 9th place High Point Individual

Simone Stewart 10th place High Point Individual


A Team: GRAND CHAMPION Livestock Judging Team

B Team: 3rd Place Livestock Judging Team overall


Our tour guide students are often overlooked but we would like to say a HUGE thank you to Zaria Banda-County, Shamar Brantley, Evan Garcia, Tremaine Johnson, Desting Martin, Havana Musleh, Juana Rojas, Abby Tack and Talitha Williams. You all lead around future Nimitz students and encouraged future generations to continue this amazing tradition.