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The judge lets Bailee Amstutz know that she has a grand champion.

2015 Junior Market Lamb Show results

Nearly 700 lambs went through the show ring at the 2015 Junior Market Lamb Show that proved to be a long, hot day for animals and exhibitors alike. The Final Grade Drive and Champion Drive were punctuated by thunderstorms rumbling outside and electricity in the air as the winners were selected. Here they are:

Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Grade Champion)
Grand Champion Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Grade Champion)

2. Logan Harvel, Madison Co. (Grade Res. Champion)
Reserve Champion Logan Harvel, Fayette Co. (Grade Res. Champion)

3. Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Hampshire Champion)
3. Bailee Amstutz, Union Co. (Hampshire Champion)
4. Lauren Ott, Huron Co. (Natural Colored Champion)
4. Lauren Ott, Huron Co. (Natural Colored Champion)

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Hampshire

Champion: Bailee Amstutz, Union Co.

Reserve Champion: Colin Gump, Miami Co.

 

Shropshire

Champion: Morgan Mazey, Wood Co.

Res. Champion: Davis Will, Mercer Co.

 

Southdowns

Champion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.

Res. Champion: Mason Miller, Tuscarawas Co.

 

Suffolk

Champion: Logan Harvel, Fayette Co.

Res. Champion: Autumn Miller, Fairfield Co.

 

Dorset

Champion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.

Res. Champion: Ava Shroyer, Logan Co.

 

Montadale

Champion: Brock Martin, Seneca Co.

Res. Champion: Corbin Melvin, Fayette Co.

 

Oxford

Champion: Lauren Ott, Huron Co.

Res. Champion: Autumn Miller, Fairfield Co.

 

AOB

Champion: Adam Wagner, Hardin Co.

Res. Champion: Morgan Seckel, Marion Co.

 

Brockle-face

Champion: Carly Gump, Miami Co.

Res. Champion: Meghann Winters, Guernsey Co.

 

Natural Colored

Champion: Lauren Ott, Huron Co.

Res. Champion: Sarah Young, Highland Co.

 

Grade

Champion: Bailee Amstutz, Union Co.

Res. Champion: Logan Harvel, Fayette Co.

Photos by Alyssa Muhlenkamp

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