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Dawson County 4-H places third at UNL science event

Dawson County 4-H places third at UNL science event

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Dawson County 4-H places third at UNL science event

Helene Keiser, Gothenburg; Jacie Wolfinger, Lexington; Mattison Beattie, Sumner; Gage Schledewitz, Oconto; and Spencer Walahoski, Overton; earned third place honors in the Senior 4-H Livestock Juding Contest at UNL recently.

NEBRASKA — The only contest held this year at the Premier Animal Science Event at UNL was the state Senior 4-H Livestock Judging Contest. Dawson County fielded a team and came away with a third-place finish, just behind Lincoln and Buffalo Counties. Leading the way for Dawson was Mattison Beattie, Sumner; who finished 8th overall and Jacie Wolfinger, Lexington; who placed 10th. Other team members were Helene Keiser, Gothenburg; Gage Schledewitz, Oconto; and Spencer Walahoski, Overton.

In team scores, Dawson was third in Reasons, with Beattie being the 5th individual; 2nd in Swine with Keiser 5th and Wolfinger 10th and 3rd in Beef with Walahoski earning 5th place and Beattie 8th; and 4th in Sheep/Goats with Wolfinger and Beattie taking home 7th and 8th place respectively.

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