Clover FFA students earn livestock show honors

October 8, 2013 

— Two Clover High School students recently took home many first-place finishes at the York County Livestock Show on Sept. 14. The cow show was at the High Tension Ranch in York, while the horse show took place at Cottonwood Arena in York.

The show featured youths from across York County.

The students, Tripp Bolin and Courtney Barnett, are both members of the Clover High chapter of FFA, or Future Farmers of America. The student group is directed by faculty advisor Kelsey Anderson.

Tripp Bolin placed first in junior showmanship, first in the senior yearling class and grand champion of the Holstein breed.

Courtney Barnett placed first in showmanship, first in English hunter under saddle, first in English equitation, first in western pleasure and first in horsemanship.

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