More than 20 Copperas Cove Independent School District students, who are all part of Copperas Cove Future Farmers of America or 4-H programs, sold their prized livestock and home economics projects, earning division and overall awards at the Coryell County Youth Fair.

The fair ended Saturday with an auction that generated $190,000 from the sale of 199 items. About 350 students from across Coryell County took part in the event, showing more than 800 head of livestock and 2,000 home economic entries.

Rebecka Downing — Grand Champion - Market Swine

Caden McAnally — Grand Champion - Broiler

Daniel West — Home Economics - Best of Show - Leather Work

Kyara Gee — Grand Champion - Meat Pen

Katie Eacrett — Reserve Grand Champion - Meat Pen

Tori Schwausch — Grand Champion - Duroc

Jacqueline Sveter — Grand Champion - Hair Sheep

Abby McWhorter — Reserve Champion - Light Other Pure Breed Swine

Neva Sjule — Grand Champion - Cookies

Elton Kloesel — First place - Medium Wool

Joelle Hawkins — First place - Cross

Weldon Krause — Second place - Light OPB

Colton Christman — Third place - Broiler

Ryan McWhorter — Third place - Dark OPB

Ruth Lautenschlager — Third place - Cross

Taylor Kelly — Third place - Cross

Zachary Peppers — Fourth place - Medium Wool

Olivia Enriquez — Reserve Champion - Photo

Ariel Gonzales — Sixth place - Broiler

Teresa Pitrucha — Sixth place - Southdown

Hunter Wehmeier — Reserve Champion - Jerky

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