Ponca City, OK

Now: 80 °F

Currently: Fair

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Monday

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Lo: 71 °F

Tuesday

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Lo: 63 °F

Wednesday

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Thursday

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NOC does well at Cimarron Land Judging Contest

Team Radio Marketing Group - November 7, 2017 1:08 pm

The NOC Livestock Judging Team earned several awards at the Cimarron Classic in Stillwater in October.  Front row, from left, are Tim Hubbard (Coach), Bradshaw Smoot, Cooper Phillips, Dylan Enyart, Maddi Nation, Amber Layne, Chelsea Richison, Sydney Miller, Breyden Codding.  Back row, Jordan Scott, Levi Herren, Tyler Fast, Cody Fishgrab, Kam Childers, and Tanner Shipley.

NOC had a tremendous day in both the freshman and sophomore division at the Cimarron Classic Livestock Judging Contest in Stillwater on  Oct. 17.
The sophomore team awards included the following:  2nd High Team Overall, High Team Sheep/Goat, High Team Hogs, 4th Cattle, 2nd Reasons

The following sophomores earned individual honors:  Dylan Enyart – High Individual Overall, 1st Reasons, 1st Sheep/Goats, 3rd Hogs, 4th Cattle
Cooper Phillips – 8th Overall, 5th Reasons, 7th Swine, 8th Cattle
Maddi Nation – 8th Reasons, 5th Sheep/Goat
Bradshaw Smoot – 6th Sheep/Goats
Cody Fishgrab – 9th Swine

Freshman team awards included 2nd High Team Overall, High Team Sheep/Goats, 4th Hogs, and 2nd Reasons.

The following freshmen earned individual honors.  Breyden Codding – 2nd Overall, 4th Reasons, 2nd Sheep/Goats, 2nd Cattle
Kam Childers – 9th Reasons, 3rd Sheep/Goats
Amber Layne – 4th Sheep/Goats
Tanner Shipley – 3rd Reasons
Sydney Miller – 9th Cattle

 

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