POINT PLEASANT — Two familiar faces will top the market lamb sale bill this Friday at the Mason County Fair.
Alexis Meadows and Kaitlyn Dunn took home grand and reserve champion banners, respectively, at Tuesday’s market lamb show.
The senior showmanship category also saw a familiar face take the top honor with Haley Jo Sturgeon coming in first place, Dunn in second and Jacob Fisher in third place.
In the junior showmanship category, two sisters took the top honors, including Madilyn Keefer in first place, Hayley Keefer in second place and Bailee Bumgarner in third place.
Rookie of the Year, a new award sponsored by the Roadrunners 4H Club, went to Brooke Grimm. The lamb was shown by Levi Doolittle. The Rookie of the Year Award goes to the highest-placing individual participating in their first livestock show.
During the special lamb show, the grand champion was shown by Chris Conner with Tyler Conner as helper, and the reserve champion lamb was shown by Ashley Morrison with Emma Rice as helper.
More livestock show results and photos in Friday’s special “fair wrap” of the Point Pleasant Register.
Events for Thursday and Friday at the fair are as follows:
Thursday, Aug. 13
9 a.m., fair opens, pet parade in the show ring; 9:50 a.m., youngun’s calf show; 10 a.m., open beef cattle show, junior beef show immediately following; noon, paper airplane toss on inside stage; 2 p.m., seed spitting in outside show ring, Mason County Special Needs Goat Show; 4 p.m., market steer show; 5 p.m., John McCausland Award, Hannan High School Band performs on inside stage; 6 p.m., pretty baby contest, Terry Lynn Williamson Memorial Award, junior and open dairy show; 7 p.m., farm stock tractor pull and diesel truck; 8 p.m. toilet paper toss; 9 p.m, Gene Watson performs on the main stage; 11 p.m, gates close.
Friday, Aug. 14
7:30 a.m., gates open; 8 a.m., master market showmanship; 10:30 a.m., 4-H Exhibitor, Harold Ridenour Memorial and Donnie Hill Award; 11 a.m., Fair Scholarship Award from Peoples Bank, Mason County Born and Raised Awards from Ohio Valley Bank, Junior Livestock Sale starting with market goats, hogs, feeder calves, replacement heifers, steers, special lambs, market lambs; 5 p.m., Point Pleasant Junior High School Band performs on inside stage; 7 p.m., super stock trucks/tractors/modified stock trucks; 9 p.m., Mark Wills performs on main stage, chicken catch (after the animal show); 11 p.m., gates close.
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