Matt Young, best of show, Class I; Priscilla Sprang, best of show, Class II; Pennola Nolan, most blue ribbons; Lyle Gray, most unusual antique; Derek Russell, the oldest and rarest antiquarian.
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Mona McMullen, best in show, collections, seniors; Jerry Priebe, best in show, crafts and hobbies, adults; Finn Butler, Best of Show, Small Collections.
Ed Morris, best of show, samples; Sharon Brewer, best of show, amateur arrangements; Joy Sprang, best of show, professional arrangements; Laney Polen, best of show, minor arrangements; Gardeners Guild, Loudonville, first place, club show.
Katrina Steele, best in show, amateur black and white; Maddy Christine, best in show, amateur, color; Daniel Lux, best in show, black and white, amateur; Suzanne Lux, best in show, professional, color; Katrina Steele, most blue ribbons, amateur; Daniel Lux, bluest ribbons, pro.
Cheryl Clark, best in show, amateur; Linda Scheck, best in show, professional; Derek Russell, most blue ribbons.
Charlotte Bitner, best in show, ages 6-11; Macy Bernard, best in show, ages 12-17.
Briar Russell, best in show, ages 6-8; Dakota Russell, best in show, ages 9-11; Haley Spreng, best in show, ages 12-14; and Grace Ringler, best in show, ages 15-17.
Tonda Hockenberry, overall best in show; Bella Byler, judge’s choice.
Carma Jo Kauffman, best of show, wall hanging, best of show, junior and most blue ribbons; Jane Vines, best show, new; Dave Leckrone, best in show, old; and Amy Loveday, judge’s choice.
Jordan Butler, best individual display; Ed Morris, most blue ribbons; Susie Stake, best decorated goose; Byland Animal Hospital, best independent scarecrow, business division; Angela Sparr, best freestyle scarecrow, individual; Pennola Nolan, best decorated fence; Bonnie Coleman, neatest vegetable basket.
Becky Cawrse, best of show, cakes, best of show, cupcakes and best of show, overall; Mary Ann Sprang, best of show, yeast breads; Sue Henley, best of show, decorated cake; Nancy Lorentz, best of show, pies; Mary Ann Sprang, best of show, cookies; Bicker, mostly blue ribbons.
Paul Bunyan The Biggest and Best Pageant: Junior Fair
Waylon Henderson, best sunflower specimen and best pumpkin specimen; Cole Reusser, best example of corn; Alayna Ziegler, best decorated pumpkin, ages 15 and up; Gabriella Sparr, best decorated pumpkin, ages 10-14; Kaden Allerding, best decorated pumpkin, 9 and under; Owen Collins, most creative effort; Ana Ziegler, Best Jack-O-Lantern; and Nolan Lorentz, best plant animal.
Cooking and Creating Competition
Charlotte Bitner, apple pie, student; Dawn Gayheart, apple pie, senior; Debbie Sutterlin, apple pie, senior; Emma Lentz, cake, student; Darla Stitzlein, cake, senior; and Susie Stake, cake, senior; Emlyn Bitner, decorated cookie jar, student; Lisa Bicker, cookie jar, senior; and Karen Bicker, cookie jar, senior; Savanna Fenton, children’s cooking contest, 10 and under; Lina Brechenisen, child, 11-16; Anna Reusser, kids marshmallow creation, 5 and under; and Cole Reusser, kids marshmallows, 6-10.
Maria Renner, textiles and clothing; Logan Garman, nutrition and health; tie both, mostly with blue ribbon.
White Education and FFA
Laura Cutlip, most blue ribbons; group display (Kettering Special), Loudonville FFA, first; West Holmes FFA, second.
Gavin Eikleberry, best tree project and show raffle.
Tractor and truck boots
Pulling a garden tractor:
Stephen Frank of Ashland, single-cylinder factory stock; Bob Morris, Mount Gilead, modified 12hp, 14hp sport stock; Ernest Fortune, Lakeville, 18-25 hp hot stock twin; Ashley Harstine, Bucyrus, Stock modified, 16hp sport stock; and Taylor Lautenschlayer, Wooster, modified the twin and open tractor class.
Don’t pull a truck:
Randy Burson of Perrysville, 6,500-pound daily driver; Daniel Hartman, Bluffton, 8,000 lb. work stock diesel 4 x 4; Lonnie Scott, Mount Gilead, 6,500 limited street gas; Mike Peabody, Nova, 2.6 diesel; and Terry Howard, Mount Gilead, open.
Child pedal pull:
From the first to the fifth places on the list. Ages 4-5, Lane Stacy, Brayden Matz, Declen McDonald, Riley Winters and Westen Lemke.
Ages 6-7, Aiden Felix, Wyatt Winters, Ben McClure, Liam Kauffman and Ryder Reidenbach.
Ages 8-9, Graysen Grey, Maddox Fliger, Fiona Shannon, Legna High and Lily Roberts.
Ages 10-12, Casen McCullough, Colton House, Dustin High, Max McCollough and Trenten Strouse.
Junior Fair Livestock
Stephen Ringler, grand champion and heavyweight champion; Galen Ringler, reserve senior champion and lightweight champion; and Sophia Ringler, reserve flyweight champion.
Cadin Spreng, small bull calf and small heifer calf; Emberlyn Miller, winter heifer calf and female junior beer heifer calf; Pacee Miller, junior yearling heifer and senior beef heifer; Jessilyn Miller, spring heifer and senior reserve beef heifer; and Natalie Endslow, junior beef heifer.
Jessilyn Miller, senior champion and heavyweight champion; Mason Spencer, reserve senior champion and reserve heavyweight champion; Bentley Crossman, lightweight champion; and Emberlyn Miller, reserve flyweight champion.
Aubrey Fenton, best sheep and junior showmanship; Molly Watson, best ram; and Hannah Endslow, best unsold market lamb.
Rabbits and Cavies:
Amber Felix, best little bird; Alisha Felix, best wing; Jake Lennington, best young buck and best overall; Malia Lennington, best money; Tess Shultz, showmanship; Iva Spreng, junior showmanship.
Tess Shultz, most original; Whitley Humpfrey, funniest; and best dressed Iva Spreng.
Malia Lennington, senior showmanship; Calum Gray, junior showmanship.
Calum Gray, the funniest.