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Left to right, Amanda Reeves, Paxton Peacock, Selina Malone, Annabelle Stokes, and Coach David Garrett, Coffee county extension coordinator

The Coffee County 4-H Livestock Judging Team won the 4-H State Championship in Livestock Judging during a July 18 competition.

According to Extension Coordinator David Garrett, the entire team did exceptionally well in taking home first place overall by 49 points.
 
The team also placed first in total swine, sheep, beef, and reasons. Individual highlights included:  
     Amanda Reeves who scored ninth in total swine, 14th in total sheep, third in total beef, fourth in total reasons, and earned the sixth highest individual score overall.
     Paxton Peacock scored second in total swine, eighth in total sheep, first in total beef, first in total reasons, and received the highest individual score at the contest.
     Selina Malone scored fifth in total swine, third in total sheep, seventh in total beef, third in total reasons and received the third highest individual score overall.
     Annabelle Stokes scored 14th in total swine, second in total sheep, fourth in total beef, fifth in total reasons, and finished the contest fourth highest individual overall.
    
Congratulations to this outstanding team that will now advance to Louisville, Kentucky to represent Alabama at the National 4-H Livestock Judging Contest this November. 

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