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AJSA hosts Western Regional in Fort Collins

A Kansas teen earned overall senior and a Nebraska youth claimed the top junior division points in the American Junior Simmental Western Regional held June 11 to 14 at the CSU's Agricultural Research, Development and Education Center facility near Fort Collins, Colo.

In the multi-state regional, Jake Gleason of Maple Hill, Kan., was overall senior and Wyatt Kile of Red Cloud, Neb., was the high junior. Contestants competed in a cattlemen's quiz, which tested EPD and cattle industry knowledge; in public speaking, where participants draw a topic, then prepare and give a speech; sales talk where youth role play with a "prospective" buyer, a livestock judging contest, showmanship and the cattle show itself.

The Plains to Peaks Regional drew participants from four states, according to coordinators Bruce and Donna German. Colorado Simmental Association hosted the regional event for the second year in a row. Support came from numerous individuals, ranchers, Wild, Wild West sale participants, and groups/businesses, including Colorado Beef Council, Colorado State University, Farmer's Bank of Ault, Gallagher Animal Systems, Purina Mills Inc., and WW Feed and Supply.

AJSA Western Regional top 10 results are:

Senior overall (age 15 and older) total-points winners were: 1) Jake Gleason of Maple Hill, Kan., 2) Clint Johnson of Longmont, Colo., 3) Becky Gleason of Maple Hill, Kan., 4) Ben Gleason of Maple Hill, Kan., 5) Clay Johnson of Longmont, Colo., 6) James Danehey of Red Cloud, Neb., 7) Ashley Albright of Gibbon, Neb., 8) Kyle Stromgren of Osage City, Kan., 9) Jacobey Post of Hydro, Okla., and 10) Katie German of Longmont, Colo.

Junior overall (age 14 and younger) total-points winners were: 1) Wyatt Kile of Red Cloud, Neb., 2) Brittney Houck of Americus, Kan., 3) Caylee Serrano of Lafayette, Colo., 4) Joe Gleason of Maple Hill, Kan., 5) Josh Taylor of Smithfield, Neb., 6) Chad Russell of Sugar City, Colo., 7) Kylie Volk of Arlington, Neb., 8) Blake Stromgren of Osage City, Kan., 9) Logan Puett of Manhattan, Kan., and 10) Kaitlin Houck of Americus, Kan.

Assisting with the regional were Chase Groves, American Simmental field staff; Jason Russell and Katie German, American Junior Simmental trustees; Shane Bedwell and his CSU livestock judging team; Alan Sears, cattle show judge; and numerous volunteers. Full details are on www.coloradosimmental.com.



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