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How Sobrato High fared at the County Fair

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Posted: Friday, August 3, 2012 10:30 am | Updated: 4:20 pm, Fri Oct 18, 2013.

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Market goats

Ashley Tercero - first place, FFA Reserve Champion

Nick Williams - first place, third overall

Advanced showmanship

Nick Williams - first place

Ashley Tercero - second place

Market sheep

Manuel Betancourt - third in his class

Lyza Harried - fourth in her class; 12th in advanced showmanship

Monica Topete - fourth in class; sixth in advanced showmanship

Lyndsey Ellenburg - a first and second place in two classes;  sixth in novice showmanship

Cole Foreman - second in class; third in novice showmanship; fourth advanced showmanship

Emily Whitehead - third in class

Ashley Tercero - second in advanced showmanship

Market swine

Joey Cassibba - first and third places in two classes; sixth in advanced showmanship

Sabrina Lara - third and fourth in two classes; fifth in advanced showmanship

Katelyn Arnbrister - second in class

John Soto - first in class

Elizabeth Williams - fourth in class

Geoff Elliot - third in class; third in advanced showmanship

Tyler Moralez - first in class

Ashley Tercero - fifth in class; first in advanced showmanship

Destiny Green - second in class

Chandler Leisure - first in class

Chris Perez - second in class

Jordan Bono - second in class; sixth in novice showmanship

Tommy Burback - fourth in class; eighth in advanced showmanship

Austin Heiser - eighth in class

Kerry Huang - sixth in class; third in novice showmanship

Lucas Salem - third in class

Rachael Williams - fifth in class

Kara Newman - second in class; seventh in advanced showmanship

Jacob Pignone - Reserve Champion and Supreme Reserve Champion; and fourth in novice showmanship

Morgan Rowe - Champion and Supreme Champion; fourth in advanced showmanship

Bella Valdez, Nick Williams and Adriana Cassibba - showed market hogs for Sobrato High

Cattle

Tommy Burback - third in class

Caroline Graham - third in class

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3 comments:

  • cmoralez posted at 3:09 pm on Mon, Aug 6, 2012.

    cmoralez Posts: 5

    Congratulations to all the Sobrato High School FFA students and their teaching staff - job well done!

     
  • MH_FFA Mom posted at 1:26 pm on Mon, Aug 6, 2012.

    MH_FFA Mom Posts: 1

    Congratulations to the Sobrato FFA Team. You all did an amazing job with high quality animals. Which is a clear reflection of the superior leadership of the FFA leaders/teachers at Sobrato.

    Unfortunately, for the Live Oak FFA Team, you were victims of an unethical, irresponsible teaching staff, who failed to portray themselves as responsible role models. Your hard work, dedication and professionalism throughout the fair is applauded. Hopefully, your teachers will learn by your examples.

    Congrats to both MH FFA Teams!

     
  • SanMartinMom posted at 8:56 am on Mon, Aug 6, 2012.

    SanMartinMom Posts: 18

    Aren't there two high schools in this town - both were at the fair...where are the Live Oak results?