Goat, Alpaca and other winners at the fair


Zach Ambos, 12, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, son of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won intermediate market goat showmanship.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Denton Homan, 14, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, son of Fred and Billie Homan, won reserve grand champion dairy steer.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Kieran Yarkosky, 12, of Jackson Center, member of Shelby County Livestock, daughter of Greg and Erin Yarkosky, won best of class in intermediate modeling.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Kaylie Kipp, 11, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Jeremy and Kara Kipp, won first place and outstanding of the day in getting started in art.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Anna Henry, 11, of Houston, member of 4-H Houston Livestock, daughter of Jill and Shawn Henry, won champion Jr. obstacle course alpaca.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Tom Ballas, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, son of Mike and Karen Ballas, won best of class in woodworking finishing up.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Katie Egbert, right, 16, of Botkins, member of Botkins livestock, daughter of Jim and Elaine Egbert, won reserve grand champion market goat. With her is Megan Argabright, 14, of Jackson Center, daughter of Darren and Jennifer Argabright.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Michaela Ambos, 14, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won market goat showman of showman and senior market goat showmanship.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Abigail Swearingen, right, 12, member of Successful 4-H, won best of class and state fair qualifier in sew for others. With her is her sister Alena Swearingen, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Brent and Libbey Swearingen.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Myles Platfoot, 10, of Maplewood, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Scott and Cathy Platfoot, won reserve grand champion single fryer.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Grace Homan, 15, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, daughter of Fred and Billie Homan, senior showman in sheep.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Grace Homan, right, 15, member of Botkins Livestock, won reserve grand champion market lamb. With Homan is her brother Denton Homan, 14, both of Botkins, both the children of Fred and Billie Homan.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Brianna Barlage, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Maker, daughter of Brian and Denise, won over all best of show Sr. creative writing, best of class in rhymed poetry Sr. and short story Sr..


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Mariah Booher, 12, of Sidney, member of Scissors to Sheep, daughter of Scott Booher, won champion trail.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maria Stephenson, 8, of Houton, member of Girl Scouts, daughter of Maria Stephenson and Rodney Stephenson, won best of class day camp brownie level with tie dye bandana.


Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Katelyn DeLoye, 13, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, daughter of Scott and Lynn DeLoye, won best of class and state fair qualifier in loungewear. She also won overall best of construction.


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Briana Fanaff, 16, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, daughter of Nicole Fanaff, won easy gated pleasure, easy gaited equitation, easy gated showmanship, intro to jumping, and reserve grand champion horsemanship.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Caroline Frieders, 15, of Quincy, member of Horse and Rider 4-H Club, daughter of Jack and Kay Frieders, won trail in hand, English showmanship, western showmanship, musical free style, ranch pleasure, hunter hack over fences, intro to jumping and hunter over fences.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ethan Baughman, 15, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, son of Nick and DeeAnna Baughman, won reserve champion trail in hand.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jenna Batton, 11, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H Club, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won best of class and state fair qualifier in Jr. shopping savvy.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maissen Akers, 17, of Jackson Center, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Dan and Christy Akers, won making the cut best of class.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jessica Batton, 14, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won reserve champion trail, grand champion western pleasure, horsemanship, 5th overall in reining and 5th in class in ranch pleasure.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Zach Ambos, 12, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, son of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won intermediate market goat showmanship.

Denton Homan, 14, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, son of Fred and Billie Homan, won reserve grand champion dairy steer.

Kieran Yarkosky, 12, of Jackson Center, member of Shelby County Livestock, daughter of Greg and Erin Yarkosky, won best of class in intermediate modeling.

Kaylie Kipp, 11, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Jeremy and Kara Kipp, won first place and outstanding of the day in getting started in art.

Anna Henry, 11, of Houston, member of 4-H Houston Livestock, daughter of Jill and Shawn Henry, won champion Jr. obstacle course alpaca.

Tom Ballas, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, son of Mike and Karen Ballas, won best of class in woodworking finishing up.

Katie Egbert, right, 16, of Botkins, member of Botkins livestock, daughter of Jim and Elaine Egbert, won reserve grand champion market goat. With her is Megan Argabright, 14, of Jackson Center, daughter of Darren and Jennifer Argabright.

Michaela Ambos, 14, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won market goat showman of showman and senior market goat showmanship.

Abigail Swearingen, right, 12, member of Successful 4-H, won best of class and state fair qualifier in sew for others. With her is her sister Alena Swearingen, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Brent and Libbey Swearingen.

Myles Platfoot, 10, of Maplewood, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Scott and Cathy Platfoot, won reserve grand champion single fryer.

Grace Homan, 15, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, daughter of Fred and Billie Homan, senior showman in sheep.

Grace Homan, right, 15, member of Botkins Livestock, won reserve grand champion market lamb. With Homan is her brother Denton Homan, 14, both of Botkins, both the children of Fred and Billie Homan.

Brianna Barlage, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Maker, daughter of Brian and Denise, won over all best of show Sr. creative writing, best of class in rhymed poetry Sr. and short story Sr..

Mariah Booher, 12, of Sidney, member of Scissors to Sheep, daughter of Scott Booher, won champion trail.

Maria Stephenson, 8, of Houton, member of Girl Scouts, daughter of Maria Stephenson and Rodney Stephenson, won best of class day camp brownie level with tie dye bandana.

Katelyn DeLoye, 13, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, daughter of Scott and Lynn DeLoye, won best of class and state fair qualifier in loungewear. She also won overall best of construction.

Briana Fanaff, 16, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, daughter of Nicole Fanaff, won easy gated pleasure, easy gaited equitation, easy gated showmanship, intro to jumping, and reserve grand champion horsemanship.

Caroline Frieders, 15, of Quincy, member of Horse and Rider 4-H Club, daughter of Jack and Kay Frieders, won trail in hand, English showmanship, western showmanship, musical free style, ranch pleasure, hunter hack over fences, intro to jumping and hunter over fences.

Ethan Baughman, 15, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, son of Nick and DeeAnna Baughman, won reserve champion trail in hand.

Jenna Batton, 11, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H Club, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won best of class and state fair qualifier in Jr. shopping savvy.

Maissen Akers, 17, of Jackson Center, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Dan and Christy Akers, won making the cut best of class.

Jessica Batton, 14, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won reserve champion trail, grand champion western pleasure, horsemanship, 5th overall in reining and 5th in class in ranch pleasure.

Zach Ambos, 12, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, son of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won intermediate market goat showmanship.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins13.jpgZach Ambos, 12, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, son of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won intermediate market goat showmanship. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Denton Homan, 14, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, son of Fred and Billie Homan, won reserve grand champion dairy steer.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins10.jpgDenton Homan, 14, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, son of Fred and Billie Homan, won reserve grand champion dairy steer. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Kieran Yarkosky, 12, of Jackson Center, member of Shelby County Livestock, daughter of Greg and Erin Yarkosky, won best of class in intermediate modeling.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins9.jpgKieran Yarkosky, 12, of Jackson Center, member of Shelby County Livestock, daughter of Greg and Erin Yarkosky, won best of class in intermediate modeling. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Kaylie Kipp, 11, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Jeremy and Kara Kipp, won first place and outstanding of the day in getting started in art.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins8.jpgKaylie Kipp, 11, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Jeremy and Kara Kipp, won first place and outstanding of the day in getting started in art. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Anna Henry, 11, of Houston, member of 4-H Houston Livestock, daughter of Jill and Shawn Henry, won champion Jr. obstacle course alpaca.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins14.jpgAnna Henry, 11, of Houston, member of 4-H Houston Livestock, daughter of Jill and Shawn Henry, won champion Jr. obstacle course alpaca. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Tom Ballas, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, son of Mike and Karen Ballas, won best of class in woodworking finishing up.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins1.jpgTom Ballas, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, son of Mike and Karen Ballas, won best of class in woodworking finishing up. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Katie Egbert, right, 16, of Botkins, member of Botkins livestock, daughter of Jim and Elaine Egbert, won reserve grand champion market goat. With her is Megan Argabright, 14, of Jackson Center, daughter of Darren and Jennifer Argabright.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins4.jpgKatie Egbert, right, 16, of Botkins, member of Botkins livestock, daughter of Jim and Elaine Egbert, won reserve grand champion market goat. With her is Megan Argabright, 14, of Jackson Center, daughter of Darren and Jennifer Argabright. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Michaela Ambos, 14, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won market goat showman of showman and senior market goat showmanship.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins12.jpgMichaela Ambos, 14, of Anna, member of Anna Livestock, daughter of Mike and Jennifer Ambos, won market goat showman of showman and senior market goat showmanship. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Abigail Swearingen, right, 12, member of Successful 4-H, won best of class and state fair qualifier in sew for others. With her is her sister Alena Swearingen, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Brent and Libbey Swearingen.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins11.jpgAbigail Swearingen, right, 12, member of Successful 4-H, won best of class and state fair qualifier in sew for others. With her is her sister Alena Swearingen, 8, both of Sidney, both the children of Brent and Libbey Swearingen. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Myles Platfoot, 10, of Maplewood, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Scott and Cathy Platfoot, won reserve grand champion single fryer.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins3.jpgMyles Platfoot, 10, of Maplewood, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Scott and Cathy Platfoot, won reserve grand champion single fryer. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Grace Homan, 15, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, daughter of Fred and Billie Homan, senior showman in sheep.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins7.jpgGrace Homan, 15, of Botkins, member of Botkins Livestock, daughter of Fred and Billie Homan, senior showman in sheep. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Grace Homan, right, 15, member of Botkins Livestock, won reserve grand champion market lamb. With Homan is her brother Denton Homan, 14, both of Botkins, both the children of Fred and Billie Homan.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins6.jpgGrace Homan, right, 15, member of Botkins Livestock, won reserve grand champion market lamb. With Homan is her brother Denton Homan, 14, both of Botkins, both the children of Fred and Billie Homan. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Brianna Barlage, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Maker, daughter of Brian and Denise, won over all best of show Sr. creative writing, best of class in rhymed poetry Sr. and short story Sr..
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins5.jpgBrianna Barlage, 17, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Maker, daughter of Brian and Denise, won over all best of show Sr. creative writing, best of class in rhymed poetry Sr. and short story Sr.. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Mariah Booher, 12, of Sidney, member of Scissors to Sheep, daughter of Scott Booher, won champion trail.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins2.jpgMariah Booher, 12, of Sidney, member of Scissors to Sheep, daughter of Scott Booher, won champion trail. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maria Stephenson, 8, of Houton, member of Girl Scouts, daughter of Maria Stephenson and Rodney Stephenson, won best of class day camp brownie level with tie dye bandana.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins15.jpgMaria Stephenson, 8, of Houton, member of Girl Scouts, daughter of Maria Stephenson and Rodney Stephenson, won best of class day camp brownie level with tie dye bandana. Eric Burgasser | Sidney Daily News

Katelyn DeLoye, 13, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, daughter of Scott and Lynn DeLoye, won best of class and state fair qualifier in loungewear. She also won overall best of construction.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins16.jpgKatelyn DeLoye, 13, of Fort Loramie, member of Merry Mod Makers, daughter of Scott and Lynn DeLoye, won best of class and state fair qualifier in loungewear. She also won overall best of construction. Submitted

Briana Fanaff, 16, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, daughter of Nicole Fanaff, won easy gated pleasure, easy gaited equitation, easy gated showmanship, intro to jumping, and reserve grand champion horsemanship.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins21.jpgBriana Fanaff, 16, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, daughter of Nicole Fanaff, won easy gated pleasure, easy gaited equitation, easy gated showmanship, intro to jumping, and reserve grand champion horsemanship. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Caroline Frieders, 15, of Quincy, member of Horse and Rider 4-H Club, daughter of Jack and Kay Frieders, won trail in hand, English showmanship, western showmanship, musical free style, ranch pleasure, hunter hack over fences, intro to jumping and hunter over fences.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins22.jpgCaroline Frieders, 15, of Quincy, member of Horse and Rider 4-H Club, daughter of Jack and Kay Frieders, won trail in hand, English showmanship, western showmanship, musical free style, ranch pleasure, hunter hack over fences, intro to jumping and hunter over fences. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Ethan Baughman, 15, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, son of Nick and DeeAnna Baughman, won reserve champion trail in hand.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins20.jpgEthan Baughman, 15, of Sidney, member of Horse and Rider, son of Nick and DeeAnna Baughman, won reserve champion trail in hand. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jenna Batton, 11, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H Club, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won best of class and state fair qualifier in Jr. shopping savvy.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins18.jpgJenna Batton, 11, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H Club, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won best of class and state fair qualifier in Jr. shopping savvy. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Maissen Akers, 17, of Jackson Center, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Dan and Christy Akers, won making the cut best of class.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins17.jpgMaissen Akers, 17, of Jackson Center, member of Progressive Livestock, son of Dan and Christy Akers, won making the cut best of class. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Jessica Batton, 14, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won reserve champion trail, grand champion western pleasure, horsemanship, 5th overall in reining and 5th in class in ranch pleasure.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_SDN080316EvenMoreWins19.jpgJessica Batton, 14, of Sidney, member of Successful 4-H, daughter of John and Kristen Batton, won reserve champion trail, grand champion western pleasure, horsemanship, 5th overall in reining and 5th in class in ranch pleasure. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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