Crockett County 4-H shines at Spring Roundup

by SOURCE Crockett County 4-H

Crockett County—Crockett County 4-H members showcased their skills and determination at the recent District 6 Spring Roundup, participating in a variety of competitive events. The roundup saw nine members compete across three different contests, achieving success and bringing pride to the community.

The Junior Consumer Decision Making Team, consisting of Mackenzie McGuire, Litzy Ortiz, and Holden Goedrich, clinched first place. Litzy Ortiz continued her winning streak by securing first place in the Junior Consumer Decision Making Individual category. Close on her heels were Mackenzie McGuire and Holden Goedrich, who took second and third place respectively in the same category.

In the Intermediate rankings, Amelia Youngblood earned second place in the Consumer Decision Making Individual contest.

Creative talents shone in the Duds to Dazzle contest where the Junior Team, featuring Mackenzie McGuire, Litzy Ortiz, Ainsley Morris, and Camila Lopez, took a commendable second place. The Intermediate Team, composed of Amelia Youngblood, Cassandra Rios, and Isabella Lopez, mirrored this success, also securing a second place finish.

Not to be outdone, Holden Goedrich demonstrated his prowess in the Junior Wildlife Challenge, capturing second place.

T
hese results reflect the hard work, dedication, and spirit of learning embraced by each of the members. Crockett County 4-H fosters an environment where young individuals can grow, challenge themselves, and achieve great things.



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