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Students Take Top Awards in College's Livestock Judging Competition

A livestock judging competition was recently held on the WVU Potomac State College campus. The event was sponsored by the College’s Agriculture and Forestry Club. Schools, 4-H and FFA Clubs participated from West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Maryland.

Laicey Dolly, from Mineral County, was named the senior with the highest overall score which earned her a tuition waiver to WVU Potomac State College her freshman year. Presenting her with her certificate was Equine Studies Instructor Jared Miller.

Laicey Dolly, from Mineral County, was named the senior with the highest overall score which earned her a tuition waiver to WVU Potomac State College her freshman year. Presenting her with her certificate was Equine Studies Instructor Jared Miller.


The High Overall Senior Team honors went to the Mineral County FFA Senior Team, Keyser, W.Va. Pictured from left are: Michala Williams, Katie Miltenberger and Allison Robinette. Not available for the photo was Sarah Sions. The team is coached by Carol Web

The High Overall Senior Team honors went to the Mineral County FFA Senior Team, Keyser, W.Va. Pictured from left are: Michala Williams, Katie Miltenberger and Allison Robinette. Not available for the photo was Sarah Sions. The team is coached by Carol Webb. Presenting the awards was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Education major, who also serves as the Agriculture and Forestry Club president.


Katie Miltenberger, a member of the Mineral County FFA Senior Team, was named High Overall Senior Individual. Making the presentation was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Education major, who also s

Katie Miltenberger, a member of the Mineral County FFA Senior Team, was named High Overall Senior Individual. Making the presentation was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Education major, who also serves as the Agriculture and Forestry Club president.


Claiming the High Overall Junior Team award was Monongalia County 4-H Junior Team No. 1. Pictured from left are: Coach Deb Dean, Jones Tanton, Chris Blosser, Logan Slider, and Caden Lipscomp. Presenting the awards was WVU Potomac State College Student Mag

Claiming the High Overall Junior Team award was Monongalia County 4-H Junior Team No. 1. Pictured from left are: Coach Deb Dean, Jones Tanton, Chris Blosser, Logan Slider, and Caden Lipscomp. Presenting the awards was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Education major, who also serves as the Agriculture and Forestry Club president.


Trey Myers, a member of the Bedford County, Pa. 4-H, was named High Overall Junior Individual. His coaches are Scott and Leslie Myers. Presenting the award was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Educa

Trey Myers, a member of the Bedford County, Pa. 4-H, was named High Overall Junior Individual. His coaches are Scott and Leslie Myers. Presenting the award was WVU Potomac State College Student Maggie Waugh, a sophomore Agriculture and Environmental Education major, who also serves as the Agriculture and Forestry Club president.