In a display of exceptional skill and dedication, the Sealy FFA Livestock Judging teams made their mark at the Texas A&M University Aggiefest Livestock contest held on Saturday, October 22, 2023. This event brought together young talents from the agricultural community, and Sealy’s participants left an indelible impression with their outstanding performances.

The Senior Division saw Sealy secure a solid fourth place overall. They demonstrated their expertise in assessing various aspects of livestock animals, from sheep and goats to beef cattle. Leading the charge was Makenzie Simmons, who played a crucial role in guiding and coordinating the Senior Team. Ryleigh Gilfoil and Kenna Schram stood out, securing the top positions in the Sheep & Goats and Beef categories as individuals.

In the Intermediate Division, Sealy’s Gold Team claimed the seventh spot. Ainsley Oliver and Atalie Petrash impressed with their 11th and 18th place individual rankings. Chandler Austin and Kash Parker showcased their skills, clinching the fifth place in the Sheep & Goats category. The Intermediate Black Team, consisting of Jackson Volking, Hunter Hinze, and Lainey Siska, also represented Sealy admirably.

Even in the Junior Division, Sealy’s participants demonstrated their passion for livestock judging. Easton Oder secured the 44th position among junior competitors.

The Sealy FFA Livestock Judging teams’ remarkable performances underscored their commitment and hard work. From evaluating livestock animals to demonstrating their prowess in different categories, they left no stone unturned in showcasing their talents. Their achievements at the Texas A&M Aggiefest Livestock contest are a source of pride for the entire Sealy community, highlighting their dedication to the world of livestock judging.


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