From Left to Right, Amanda Reeves, Paxton Peacock, Selina Malone, Annabelle Stokes, David Garrett.
The Coffee County 4-H Livestock Judging Team came away with a win on July 18.
The team won the 4-H State Championship in Livestock Judging. The team won the competition by 49 points.
Amanda Reeves: 9th in total swine, 14th in total sheep, 3rd in total beef, 4th in total reasons, and 6th high individual in overall contest
Paxton Peacock: 2nd in total swine, 8th in total sheep, 1st in total beef, 1st in total reasons, 1st high individual in overall contest
Selina Malone: 5th in total swine, 3rd in total sheep, 7th in total beef, 3rd in total reasons, 3rd high individual overall contest
Annabelle Stokes: 14th in total swine, 2nd in total sheep, 4th in total beef, 5th in total reasons, 4th high individual overall contest.
The team placed first in total swine, sheep, beef, and reasons. They will represent Alabama 4-H in the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest in November in Louisville, Kentucky.