ANGOLA — Monday’s sheep show at the Steuben County 4-H Fair was a “sister to sister” affair when it came to winning the top spots.
The grand champion lamb was exhibited by Harper Henney and the reserve grand champion by her sister, Harlee Henney.
Harper Henney won top honors again in the Champion of Champions Sheep Showmanship.
Also during the sheep show, the Senior Showmanship Champion was Lane Word, while the Intermediate Showmanship Champion was Dana Gardner and Junior Showmanship Champion was Mason Crites.
Also during this years sheep show, Emma Crites showed the Grand Champion Breeding Ewe. The Reserve Grand Champion Breeding Ewe was shown by Meghyn McMullen.
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