The livestock judging team included (front row, from left) junior high students Colby Hoskovec and Chloe Stehno and high school students Haley Walker, (back row, form left) Evan Nordhausen, Reagan Skow, Cord Lee and Kenna Blackman. Overall the team got eighth place out of 15 teams. Reagan Skow took home second place in senior judging.
The natural resources team included, from left, Ben Anderjaska, Tommy Bley, Tucker Boos, Austen Rozelle received a ribbon, Kenna Blackman and Caid Doetker. The team placed 35th out of 101 teams.
Braxton McKinney competed in agri-science.
WP FFA competes at districts
Wauneta-Palisade Schools’ FFA Chapter competed at districts in Curtis Wednesday, Nov. 8. Both high school and junior high students participated. The WP FFA competed in three different events including agri-science, livestock judging and natural resources. “I thought they did pretty good. It would have been nice to get some of these teams to state, but a lot of the older students placed,” said FFA advisor Rod Gaston. The FFA Chapter will attend two more district competitions which will determine whether or not teams will attend the state convention in April.