The Gordon County 4-H Cotton Boll and Consumer Judging Team traveled to Paulding County to compete in this year’s area contest, where they judged classes of bicycles, athletic shoes, frozen meals, and cellphone plans.

The Junior Team placed second out of seven teams and the Senior Team placed third out of six teams. Gordon County 4-H’er William Parish was the High Individual of the contest competing with 20 other Juniors for this honor.

Cloverleaf Team member Preslie Parish placed fifth out of 17 competitors as an Individual, first in Presentation and 10th in Placing and Reasons.

Junior Team member William Parish took the honor of being the Junior High Individual of the contest and also placed third in Presentation and 1st in Placing and Reasons. Madison Ensley placed fourth as an Individual, third in Presentation and 3rd in Placing and Reasons. Jenica Weaver placed sixth as an Individual, third in Presentation and ninth in Placing and Reasons.

Senior Team member William Dunnaway placed third out of 35 competitors as an Individual, sixth in Presentation and second in Placing and Reasons. Hannah Jones was sixth High Individual, third in Presentation, and fifth in Placing and Reasons. Makena Blalock earned 10th in Presentation and eighth in Placing and Reasons, and Makayla Blackstock received 10th in Placing and Reasons and 14th in Presentation.

If you would like more information about our Consumer Judging Team, call Becky Pass at 706-629-8685 or email at bpass@uga.edu.

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