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NEO livestock judging team returning to tradition of excellence

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News release from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College

Miami, Okla. – Thursday, Oct. 18, 2012 – NortheasternOklahoma A&M College, (NEO) Livestock Judging Team is bring the traditionof excellence back to Miami. Thus far the team has traveled to the NationalBarrow Show in Austin, MN, AK-SAR-BEN in Omaha, NE, and the Tulsa State Fair inTulsa, Okla.

At the Barrow show the NEO Livestock Team took fifth placeoverall and were also fifth in reasons. 

Barrow Show, Sophomore Team Members:
Lindsay Reid - Harrah, Okla.
Megan Montgomery - Auxvasse, Mo.
Taylor Langford - Calhoun, Ga.
Abby Hendrickson - Adair, Okla.
Cheyenne Moyer - Prairie Grove, Ark.

On September 30th the team competed at  AK-SAR-BEN where the sophomore team took fourthin beef, third  in reasons, third insheep and goats, second in swine, and fourth high team overall. Sophomorestaking high honors were Taylor Langford taking first in sheep and 10thhigh individual overall, Megan Montgomery third in swine and 12thoverall, and Abby Hendrickson seventh high individual overall.

At AK-SAR-BEN the NEO Freshman team took second high teamoverall, third in swine, fourth in sheep and goats, fourth in reasons. Freshmanmembers receiving high honors in swine were Lea Crump taking second, Sara Greentaking third. High individuals in sheep and goats were Scarlet Peterson in fourthand Lindsay Tasos in eighth. High individuals in reasons were Lindsay Tasos in ninthand Scarlet Peterson in 10th. High individual overall consisted of LindsayTasos in fifth, Lea Crump in eighth.

Aksarben, Sophomore Team Members
Lindsay Reid - Harrah, Okla.
Megan Montgomery - Auxvasse, Mo.
Taylor Langford - Calhoun, Ga.
Abby Hendrickson - Adair, Okla.
Cheyenne Moyer - Prairie Grove, Ark.

Aksarben, Freshman Team Members
Lindsay Tasos - Madera, Ca.
Scarlet Peterson - Bee bee, Ark.
Sara Green - Grove, Okla.
Garrett Edward - Fair Grove, Mo.

Oct. 6h was the competition at the Tulsa State Fair wherethe sophomore team consisting of Megan Montgomery, Lindsay Reid, TaylorLangford, Cheyenne Moyer, and Abby Hendrickson ended up third overall taking fourthin cattle, third in reasons, fifth in sheep, and third in swine.

Also receiving high honors on the sophomore side was AbbyHendrickson taking second in cattle, Taylor Langford ninth in sheep, LindsayReid fourth in swine, sixth in reasons, and fifth high individual overall,Megan Montgomery took seventh in sheep, and fourth high individual overall.

The freshmen team consisting of Lindsay Tasos, Sara Green,Lea Crump, Ethan Propp, and Scarlett Peterson took fourth overall. Team memberstaking top honors were Lindsay Tasos with first high individual in reasons, thirdin cattle, fifth in sheep, and third high individual overall. Next was teammateScarlet Peterson receiving 10th in reasons, fourth in swine, and eighth highindividual overall.

Tulsa State Fair, Sophomore Team Members
Lindsay Reid - Harrah, Okla.
Megan Montgomery - Auxvasse, Mo.
Taylor Langford - Calhoun, Ga.
Abby Hendrickson - Adair, Okla.
Cheyenne Moyer - Prairie Grove, Ark.

Tulsa State Fair, Freshman Team Members
Lindsay Tasos - Madera, Ca.
Scarlet Peterson - Bee bee, Ark.
Sara Green - Grove, Okla.
Ethan Propp - Adair, Okla.

"These students have worked very hard and deserve to besuccessful, we are very proud of the steps we have taken to put NEO back whereit belongs among the elite programs in the country" said Head Coach TylerDewey.

Photo:  Left right, bottom row: Tyler Dewey Head Coach, Sara Green, Kelsey Brown, Lindsay Tasos, Abby Hendrickson, Katie Chupp, Haley Hudson, Megan Montgomery, Cheyenne Moyer. Middle row: Alexis Stinson, Morgan Marley, Lindsay Reid, Tres Wright, Robert Jones, Ryan Jones, Scarlett Peterson, Lea Crump, Sami Johnson, Holly Smith. Top Row: Heston Prewitt, Ben Bass, Clinton Brightwell, Garrett Williams, Taylor Langford, Caleb Lockard, Jason Stanton, Eric Webb, Garrett Edwards, Dylann Bishop

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