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Wednesday, June 20, 2012 • Posted June 20, 2012

Out of 38 teams the Mason 4-H Livestock Judging team won top honors at the State contest held this past week in Lubbock. The winning team included members (2nd from l-r) Gabe Jennings, Chama Martin, Sierra Martin and Price Ruffin. As a team they finished 4th in swine, 1st in sheep and goats, 1st in beef, 1st in oral reasons, and 1st overall. Out of the 138 individuals that competed in the contest, Gabe Jennings was 5th in swine, 1st in sheep and goats, 2nd in reasons, and 10th place overall. Chama Martin was 2nd in sheep and goats, 5th in beef, 6th in reasons, and 5th overall. Sierra Martin was 7th in beef, 7th in reasons, 2nd in placing, and she was High Individual for the contest. Price Ruffin was 6 in sheep and goats. Each team member won a buckle and a pair of Anderson Bean boots for winning the state contest and their win earns them the right to compete at the National Judging competition this November in Louisville, Kentucky.

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