City council Finishes Redistricting, Reboots Animal Task Force

Levelland City council had their regular meeting last night in City hall to go over a few items on the agenda. Originally set to be in the R. O. Dennis Council Chambers, the meeting was moved to an adjacent meeting room to accommodate ZOOM video calls from City attorney Matt Wade and Councilman Jim Myatt, who could not be there in person. Unfortunately the change in venue caused technical issues, so Facebook live was not utilized at this meeting.

COVID-19 statistics were once again given by Hockley County Emergency Management Lead Cole Kirkland. As of January 13th there were 682 active cases in the county, with 51.17 % of county citizens being vaccinated. The state still surges forward with 72.85% vaccination rates. Cole stated that everything that could be done to lessen the impact of the pandemic was being done, and that the current situation was not an issue of supplies but an issue of staffing. When asked by Councilwoman Buxkemper about government assistance in the way of getting more nurses, he explained that all resources in those programs were stretched very thin. That being said, Cole believes things are better than the initial statistics may imply. “We’re on the downhill side” he explained. Even with the surge in cases from the new Omicron variant, hospitalizations are on the decline, showing great promise for the county’s resources.

There were several budget amendments brought before the council last night as well. These were for things affected by unforeseen circumstances, such as vehicles, which might be impacted by supply chain issues. Staff were also hopeful that the city’s seal coat project would be finished last year, so it was not entered into this fiscal year’s budget. However, weather and supply issues impeded the project from being completed last year. The request by council to use ARPA funds for employee retention payments were also included in the amendments along with the addition of an OXY grant of $10K for the purchase of H2S monitors for our emergency response personnel.

Parks Director Dustin Reichelt presented the progress on the construction plans for Bartlett Park last night as well. The plans for the sign were presented superimposed on a picture of the park so council members could get an idea what it would look like once completed. The sign is to be 4’X8′ with the words “Bartlett Park” on the front, facing the street. There is discussion on placing a bench in honor of Levelland PD’s own Shawn Wilson next to the sign, and once construction is complete Bryant Electric will install lighting. It’s a heavy duty construction to ensure the longevity of the sign, and the tribute to fallen officer Josh Bartlett.

The last several meetings of City council have seen the community express their desire for another look at how things are done with the Levelland Animal Shelter. Citizens have made it out to express their desires, which ultimately culminated in the reintroduction of the Animal Services Task Force. This Task Force was called upon a few years ago to take a comprehensive look at the shelter and how it was run, however Council saw fit to bring it back with new members to take another look. The requisite roles to be filled on the Task Force were 2 members from 2 separate animal welfare groups, 1 member from a licensed veterinarian, 1 member from City Council, 2 members that are residents of Levelland (not affiliated with any animal rescue or animal humane organization), and one member that lives outside city limits, but within Hockley County. Andrea Corley, City Secretary explained that since getting the word out about this Task Force, several interested parties had come forward to apply for a spot. After deliberating on who the Council had spoken with, the Task Force will be made of these members: Jill Pitts and Sallie Morris as Animal welfare representatives, Dr. Jimmy Gleason as Veterinarian, Councilwoman Mary Engledow, Lola Smith and Kristi Sanders as City residents, and Hayley Potter as County resident. No information was made available on when the Task Force’s first meeting will be.

Finally there was an open discussion with the public about the redistricting process for the city’s Single Member Districts. Some citizens were concerned the redistricting would give some council members unfair advantages, but Matt Wade, City Attorney explained that the Voting Rights Act requires that populations be as even as possible between districts to ensure that every citizen’s vote counts. The council had previously chosen plan D, in a 50/50 split vote, though when voting to move forward with this redistricting plan last night, only Jim Myatt stood in opposition. Plan D was accepted as the plan of action moving forward, concluding business for the council

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Wallace Theater To Hold Audition Workshop With NYC Directors

The following is a press release from the Wallace Theater:

The Wallace Presents Audition Workshop with Guest Directors Hailing from NYC and West Texas to Empower Area Actors

A new year brings new seasons of spectacular theatrical productions to West Texas. Because the West Texas landscape is so rich in performance opportunities for actors, and in working to fulfill its mission to “Create Experiences that Entertain, Inspire and Empower!”, The Wallace Theater has curated a two-day audition workshop led by Artistic Director Anna Hogan.

Actors ages 16+ are invited to partake in a two part intensive on January 29 &30 that will delve into the casting process and give insight into how to prepare yourself for various audition experiences. 

Attendees can expect an introduction to the standard auditioning process as well as feedback from eight guest directors on their individual styles and preferences in the audition room. With a breakdown of audition technique, an introduction to classical texts with Dr. Dan Nazworth, a mock audition and feedback session, and a moderated Q&A with a guest panel of directors, participants will be given hands-on guidance in a supportive environment in which they can ask questions and apply new techniques. 

This workshop takes place at The Wallace Theater, located at 823 Houston Street in Levelland, TX. This workshop is an excellent opportunity for actors to get to know the staff and vision of The Wallace and meet other theater professionals in the industry.

Attendees will be required to prepare two contrasting monologues prior to January 29. For actors seeking material, head over to The Wallace’s website where sample monologues will be available.

This workshop features a guest panel of theater directors hailing from New York City and West Texas, including Dr. Dan Nazworth (South Plains College Fine Arts Department Chair), Casey Keenan Joiner (Texas Tech University Assistant Professor of Musical Theatre), Travis Burge (Artistic Director of Horizon School of the Arts), and Joey Rodriguez (Rehearsal Director for St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church in New York City, Director of Sound of Music – Moonlight Musicals, Choreographer of Sweeney Todd – The Wallace).

New York Theater Professionals include Akia Squitieri (Founding Artistic Director of Rising Sun Performance Company, Company Manager for Blue Man Group, General Manager for FRIGID New York Theatre Festival),  Brock Harris Hill (Producing Artistic Director of the Planet Connections Festivity, Artistic Director of the Altruistic Theatre Company), Jeff Smith (AEA Actor, Director, Choreographer), and Jazmyn Arroyo (Co-Founding Artistic Director of Step1 Theatre Project.)

The Wallace Theater is committed to providing experiences that entertain, inspire, and empower. Register today and learn more about this event at Wallacetheater.com/events, and stay tuned for more information about The Wallace’s 2022 Season announcement!

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LIS Lobo Leaders

Levelland Intermediate has announced their Lobo Leaders for the month of January. Every month teachers select a student from their home room that they believe exemplifies good character, empathy and leadership to be nominated for the spot! Way to go Lobos!

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LHS Cheer Team Competing At State Competition

LHS Cheer squad has ascended to the state level of competition and will be competing in Fort Worth today at 2:14. Fans can watch at   https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/associations/uil/spirit for an $11 fee.We wish our Loboettes the best of luck!

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LISD Board Regular Meeting Thanks Kelly Baggett For District Service

The LISD School Board had their regular meeting last night to go over quarterly reports, COVID guidelines, as well as say goodbye to Interim Superintendent Kelly Bagget as he ends his tenure with the district. Rebecca McCutchen, The school boards newly hired Superintendent was in attendance last night to observe the meeting and prepare herself for being in Mr. Baggett’s chair when she starts with the district on Monday.

An informational Addendum was handed out, detailing a few changes the district would be implementing in the 2021-2022 school year. These mostly revolved around the handling of COVID cases, as cases throughout the state have caused the temporary closing of several school districts. Notably, for this school year, the district will be moving from 6 weeks grading periods to 9 week grading periods, with schedules for release to be slightly different as well. All campuses will start at 8am, but the High School and Middle school will end at 4pm, Intermediate, Capitol and south will end at 3:45pm, and ABC will end at 3:30 pm. For COVID cases, should a student become COVID positive, they must stay off their campus for 10 days minimum, and may return afterwards if they have been fever free for 24 hours without the use of fever suppressants. If they do not show symptoms, but still test positive, the student must still observe the 10 quarantine period. For staff, its much the same, but the quarantine period is reduced to 5 days, in line with the CDC guidelines. Much like SPC, the staff are encouraged to wear a mask once they return, but cannot be required or mandated to do so. For close contact exposure schools are no linger required to do contact tracing, however they will notify the parents if a positive case has occurred on their respective campus. Parents who have a student that has been in close contact with COVID-19 can then choose a course of action. Individuals who meet the CDC’s vaccination guidelines, or who have had COVID in the last 3 months are not considered close contact. At this time the district is only rapid testing on staff who have been in close contact with a postive case and wish to remain at work. Tests will be conducted periodically over a 5 day period, and as long as the tests are negative the staff member being tested can stay at work. The district will not be providing remote or virtual learning, and students who miss school due to COVID 19 will be marked absent, though this can be excused with a doctors note. School work for the period of their absence can be requested by the student or their parent. 10 COVID days have been provided to staff who are lab-confirmed positive or whose dependent is required to quarantine. Finally, a student diagnosed with COVID-19 must receive clearance from a physician prior to returning to any UIL participation, and there is no restriction to seating capacity in stadiums or gyms at this time.

In the realm of campus improvement, the board went over the Lobo P.R.I.D.E. Accronym once again,a s some new board members might need to be brought up to speed. The accronym stands for

  • Preperation for college, career readiness and being Productive citizens
  • Respect for the educational process, teachers and discipline
  • Integrity of LISD shown through consistent actions
  • Dependability of the educational process at LISD
  • Effort to establish and promote district pride

In the criminal incidents report, however we see that LISD had its highest number of reported issues in the past 5 years. Assistant Superintendent Rodney Cadell hypothesizes that this may be due to kids returning from a year of COVID with some bad habits, as marijuana use and possession was higher than usual.

The 4H organization submitted a request to the board to be sanctioned as an extracurricular activity by the district. This would place 4H under title 19, just like UIL and other extracurricular activities. This request comes less than a week before the start of the stock shows going on in town starting on Tuesday. This request was easily passed by the board.

During the height of COVID when the district had a great number of positions to fill, a temporary change to policy was made to allow the superintendent to hire staff members at their discretion, as to avoid having to wait until the next board meeting for approval. Now the request was made to have this be a more permanent change. Though Levelland did not see teacher turnover as brutally as some districts did, they were not immune to the wave of teachers and other staff throughout the state retiring or changing professions. This change allows the hiring process to be expedited and would allow the superintendent hiring power for any position below administrative positions. This is not unique to LISD, as several other districts in our area, and 40% of districts in Texas have a provision similar to this one in place.

Finally redistricting and election orders dominated the last portion of the meeting. In the general election coming up District 3 and District 1 are up for election for a term of 3 years to end May of 2025. Special elections are also in order for District 2 and District 5 as both those seats have appointed board members. The district is in the midst of redistricting, as are other institutions such as the Coutny or the City. According to to the redistricting committee that was established by the board some omths ago, District plan C has been recommended for adoption by the board as it best achieves the districts goals and state requirements.

Finally the board publicly thanked Kelly Baggett for all that he’s done for the district during the superintendent search period. On Monday Rebecca McCutchen will be taking the Superintendent spot for the district. Kelly expressed that he was pleased with the districts progress and direction, and that he was proud to serve in this capacity.

This concluded the boards meeting for the month. With a new superintendent on her way in, LISD is looking forward to a hopefully bright future in 2022.

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Levelland Tax Office Closed

The Tax Office on the square in downtown Levelland has once again closed its doors temporarily. According to the Tax Assessor Debra Bramlett, a case of COVID has been confirmed within the office. Signs on the door read that they are following CDC guidelines and will re-open the office on Tuesday the 18th. If you require their services before hand, the Sundown tax office is still open at 809 S. Slaughter st. If you need assistance with Titles the Anton office can assist you. They are located at 400 Anton Memorial Circle Park. It is advised you call to set up an appointment before committing to a trip to either auxiliary offices.

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SPC Regents Prepare For A New Semester With COVID Regulations, Quarterly Reports

The SPC Board of Regents had a meeting yesterday to bring everyone up to speed for the new year with several updates from different departments. In the ways of enrollment, workforce development has seen some improvement. The truck driving classes, specifically have seen a significant increase in enrollment, and workforce development as a whole is up 12%. With several new courses on the way, the program is only expected to grow further. For higher education, enrollment seems to be mostly the same, despite COVID being in the mix. This is unusual, as other community colleges in the area have seen a drop in enrollment due to the pandemic. The Dorms are at 73% occupancy currently. As SPC shifted back to in-person classes rather than online courses, this had an influx of funds provided to the college as well.

In the month of December alone 2.3 Million dollars was donated to SPC via the community, with $500K being donated by an anonymous source. They plan to hold their annual Scholarship Gala event February 26th, and as it stands the plan is for it to be an in-person event. Contingencies have been put in place should anything change, and these include limiting guests and even live-streaming options.

The botany wing of the new science building is coming along nicely, as reported by Dr. Satterwhite. A ribbon cutting date has not been set as of yet. For the Lubbock Downtown Center, electrical and plumbing systems have been installed, with the rest starting to take shape. Builders approximate they are about 50% finished with the project, which is slated to be open for classes come July. The Tennis Court renovation in the Levelland Campus is completed. Though later down the line a full rebuild is unavoidable, this helped extend the life of those courts, as well as give that poriton of campus a face lift. The firing range has been abated, with all old and faulty equipment being removed. They expect a new installation on fresh equipment for that facility in March. Progress is also coming along well in the documentation for the new welding addition the college is planning. At this meeting Dr. Satterwhite requested that the Regents go out for Request For Proposal for Construction Manager-At-Risk to move the process along.

Finally, with COVID being on the rise, and schools in the state temporarily closing their doors for lack of students and staff, Dr. Satterwhite went over the colleges COVID restrictions and regulations. The college, as it stands is confident in starting off the semester in person. While multiple options are available for staff to move online when necessary, the college would like classes to continue as they did pre-pandemic as much as possible. Dr. Satterwhite stated “As long as society is operating normally, we should operate normally.” CDC guidelines are being followed meaning a 5 day quarantine for positive cases, followed by 5 more days recommended masking, though the college cannont mandate that a positive staff member wear a mask once they return.

This ended business for the first SPC Board of Regents meeting of the year, and as it stands, SPC seems to have high hopes for their campuses in 2022.

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Covenant Health Announces New Nursing Executive

The following is a news release from Covenant Health Systems regarding their new Chief Nursing Executive :

CYNTHIA SALISBURY NAMED REGIONAL CHIEF NURSING EXECUTIVE
OF COVENANT HEALTH
LUBBOCK, TX- Covenant Health is pleased to announce Cynthia Salisbury as Regional Chief
Nursing Executive. Salisbury will take over after the retirement of Karen Baggerly.
“It is a tremendous blessing to be invited to serve as the Regional Chief Nurse Executive for
Covenant Health,” Salisbury said. “I am grateful for the team of strong, dedicated, passionate
leaders, caregivers, and providers that I have the privilege of working with daily. I absolutely
love this community and look forward to the opportunity to expand my ability to serve through
this new role.”
Salisbury is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of the Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center School of Nursing (TTUHSCSON) with her BSN. Salisbury went on to earn her MSN
and became certified as a Family Nurse Practitioner.
12 years ago, Salisbury joined Covenant Health and has since held leadership roles in Clinical
Excellence & Quality, Patient Safety, Risk Management, and Infection Prevention.
Under her leadership as Executive Director of Clinical Excellence for the past seven years,
Covenant Health has consistently demonstrated top regional performance and continues to
receive recognition for high quality performance by top national organizations, as well. “Nursing and healthcare in general are undergoing a tremendous transformation filled with
innovation and new models of care delivery,” Salisbury said. “What an amazing time to step
into this role and work with our courageous and dedicated team to continually advance and
shape our systems of care delivery and ensure that healthcare in West Texas and eastern
New Mexico is not only successful in this new era, but that it thrives.”

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SPC Plainview Campus Offers Medical Assistant Training

The Following is a South Plains College News Release:

SPC Plainview Center to offer Clinical Medical Assistant training

PLAINVIEW – South Plains College Plainview Center will offer a Clinical Medical Assistant course to train individuals to work in the healthcare environment. The course will begin Jan. 25  through July 16 from 6 to 9 p.m. on Tuesday and Thursday at the SPC Plainview Center, 1920 W. 24th St. Clinicals are slated for Saturdays from Jan. 25 through July 16 with the time TBD at Covenant. The tuition costs $1,230.

Students will train to perform administrative and clinical duties under the direction of a healthcare manager or physician. Administrative duties include scheduling appointments, maintaining medical records, billing and coding information for insurance purposes. Clinical duties may include taking and recording vital signs and medical history, preparing patients for examination, drawing blood and administering medications as directed by a physician or healthcare manager.

Participating students will complete the 238-hours of classroom and clinical instructions. They can then sit for the NHA Certified Clinical Medical Assistant Examination. CPR Certification is required and will be offered at set times during the CMA training. The CCMA license must be renewed by exam every two years.

To register for the course, students must complete the SPC Continuing Education Application at https://ce.southplainscollege.edu/Ellucian.ERecruting.Web.External/Pages/welcome.aspx

Students must provide proof of immunization for MMR – 2 shot series or TITER; Current negative TB Test (not older than 1 year prior to the first class day;  Hepatitis B Series or TITER (HEP B – only titer needed if student cannot find shot record or is in middle of series); Varicella or proof of chicken pox, flu shot is required for all students enrolled between Oct. 1 and March 31. Students must provide identification with names matching on all documents and not expire before the end of class; a valid driver’s license or ID and a social security card. A criminal background check will be performed for all students. No refunds will be given for criminal background checks. Students must be at least 18 years of age. Students can register at the SPC Plainview Center or SPC Lubbock Center. No one will be allowed to register or pay for this class without all requirements being met.

For more information, Victoria Huffines, director of SPC Plainview Center, at (806) 716-4301 or email vhuffines@southplainscollege.edu.

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Cochran County Steer, Heifer, Gilt, and Barrow Show Results

The Cochran County Livestock Show has ended, the final results on the last 4 shows are as follows:

Barrow Show

Class 1: Light Weight Berkshire

1st Place – Park Tucker, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Emma Kerby, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Tenley Kerby, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Macie Waggoner, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Braylie Baker, Whiteface FFA

Class 2: Heavy Weight Berkshire

1st Place – Aericanna Rodriguez, Morton FFA

2nd Place – Hadlie Jennings, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Augustus Mendoza, Whiteface FFA

Breed Champion Berkshire: Aericanna Rodriguez

Reserve Breed Champion Berkshire: Parks Tucker

Class 3 Chester

1st Place – Hadlie Jennings, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Braylie Baker, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Landry Gresham, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Braxton Davidson, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Hayden Jennings, Whiteface FFA

6th Place – Sam Escamilla, Whiteface FFA

Breed Champion Chester: Hadlie Jennings

Reserve Breed Champion Chester: Braylie Baker

Class 4 Light Weight Duroc

1st Place – Cade Lyon, Morton FFA

2nd Place – Madison Kerby, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Masyn Enriquez, Morton FFA

Class 5 Medium Weight Duroc

1st Place – Mason Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – McKinley Tucker, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Hayden Jennings, Whiteface FFA

Class 6 Heavy weight Duroc

1st Place – Reegan Willis, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Cade Lyon, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Sophia Chavira, Morton FFA

Breed Champion Duroc – Mason Albus

Breed Champion Reserve Duroc – McKinley Tucker

Class 7 Super Light Weight Hamp

1st Place – Jordan Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Braylie Baker, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Madison Kerby, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Christopher Velasquez, Cochran Co. 4H

Class 8 Light Weight Hamp

1st Place – Tenley Kerby, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Galilea Perez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Emma Kerby, Whiteface FFA

Class 9 Medium Weight Hamp

1st Place – Madison Kerby, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Luke Gresham, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Randall Willis, Whiteface FFA

Class 10 Light Heavy Weight Hamp

1st Place – Jordan Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Aericana Rodriguez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Reegan Willis, Whiteface FFA

Class 11 Heavy Weight Hamp

1st Place – McKinley Tucker, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Galilea Perez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Barron Ramsey, Morton FFA

4th Place – Cade Lyon, Morotn FFA

5th Place – Melany Alvarez, Morton FFA

Breed Champion Hamp – Jordan Albus

Reserve Breed Champion Hamp – Aericana Rodriguez

Class 12 Poland China

1st Place – Parks Tucker, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Emma Kerby, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Noah Rendon, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Noah Rendon, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Tenley Kerby, Whiteface FFA

Breed Champion – Parks Tucker

Reserve Breed Champion – Emma Kerby

Class 13 Light Weight Spotted Poland

1st Place – Randall Willis, Whiteface FFA

2nd Palce – Emma Kerby, Whiteface FFA

3rd – Sam Escamilla, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Macie Waggoner, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Tenley Kerby, Whiteface FFA

6th Place, Noah Jaime, Whiteface FFA

Class 14 Heavy Weight Spotted Poland

1st Place – Emma Ayers, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place Tie – Madison Kerby, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place Tie – Luke Gresham, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Lane Lyon, Morton FFA

Breed Champion – Emma Ayers

Reserve Breed Champion – Randall Willis

Class 15 Light Weight York

1st Place – Mason Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Luke Gresham, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Parks Tucker, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Noah Rendon, Whiteface FFA

Class 16 Heavy Weight York

1st Place – McKinley Tucker, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place, Emma Ayers, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Randall Willis, Whiteface FFA

Breed Champion – McKinley Tucker

Reserve Breed Champion – Emma Ayers

Class 17 Super Light Weight Cross

1st Place – Aericana Rodriguez, Morton FFA

2nd Place – Cheyenne Lopez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Masyn Enriquez, Morton FFA

4th Place – Christopher Velasques, Cochran Co. 4H

5th Place – Daisy Martinez, Morton FFA

Class 18 Light Weight Cross

1st Place – Lane Lyon, Morton FFA

2nd Place – Masyn Enriquez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Melany Alvarez, Morton FFA

4th Palce – Sophia Chavira – Morton FFA

Class 19 Light Medium Weight Cross

1st Place – Jordan Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Mason Albus, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Parks Tucker, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Cade Lyon, Morton FFA

Class 20 Medium Weight Cross

1st Place – Emma Ayers, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Reegan Willis, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Braxton Davidson, Whiteface FFA

4th Palce – Augustus Mendoza, Morton FFA

Class 21 Heavy Medium Weight Cross

1st Place – Landry Gresham, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Randall Willis, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Luke Gresham, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Sam Escamilla, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Cheyenne Lopez, Morton FFA

6th Place – Noah Jaime, Whiteface FFA

Class 22 Light Heavy Weight Cross

1st Place – Mason Albus, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Hadlie Jennings, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Hayden Jennings, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Landry Gresham, Whiteface FFA

5th Place – Masyn Enriquez, Morton FFA

Class 23 Medium Heavy Weight Cross

1st Place – McKinley Tucker, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Hadlie Jennings, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Jordan Albus, Whiteface FFA

Class 24 Heavy Weight Cross

1st Place – Emma Ayers, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Aerieana Rodriguez, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Landry Gresham, Whiteface FFA

4th Place – Troy Zapata, Whiteface FFA

Class 25 Super Heavy Weight Cross

1st Place – Hayden Jennings, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Lane Lyon, Morton FFA

3rd place – Galilea Perez, Morton FFA

4th Place – Lane Lyon, Morton FFA

Breed Champion – McKinley Tucker

Reserve Breed Champion – Jordan Albus

Grand Champion Barrow – Jordan Albus

Grand Champion Reserve Barrow – McKinley Tucker

Jr. Showmanship Grand – Luke Gresham

Jr. Showmanship Reserve – Parks Tucker

Gilt Show

Class 1 Down Ear Gilt

1st Place – Reegan Willis, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Kenslee Clark, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Daisy Martinez, Morton FFA

Breed Champion – Reegan Willis

Reserve Breed Champion – Kenslee Clark

Class 2 Up Ear Gilts Light Weight

1st Place – Kenslee Clark, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Sophia Chavira, Morton FFA

3rd Place – Daisy Martinez, Morton FFA

4th Place – Barron Ramsey, Morton FFA

Class 3 Up Ear Gilt Heavy Weight

1st Place – Huntley Poole, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Kensley Clark, Whiteface FFA

3rd Place – Galilea Perez, Morton FFA

4th Place – Cheyenne Lopez, Morton FFA

Breed Champion – Huntley Poole

Reserve Breed champion – Kenslee Clark

Gran Champion Gilt – Huntley Pool

Reserve Grand Champion Gilt – Kenslee Clark

Heifer & Steer Show

Class 1 Heifers

1st Place – Summer Bowman, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Devon Campbell, Whiteface FFA

Class 2

1st Place – Bobby Bowman, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Devon Campbell, Whiteface FFA

Grand Champion – Bobby Bowman

Reserve Grand Champion – Summer Bowman

Class 1 Steers

1st Place – Aiden Greener, Morton FFA

2nd Place – Devon Cambell, Whiteface FFA

Class 2

1st Place – Devon Campbell, Whiteface FFA

2nd Place – Aiden Greener, Morton FFA

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