Wool Judging Team wins San Antonio

March 12, 2012

HOUSTON — The Texas A&M Wool Judging Team wrapped up the competition season with first place at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo followed by a fifth place finish at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo.

In a close contest, the Aggies edged out Texas Tech University by five points in San Antonio on Feb. 11. Angelo State University finished in third and fourth, while Texas Tech also placed fifth.

Texas A&M’s Amelia Tanner won third high individual while Kandace Davenport placed fourth high and John Long, ninth.

On March 12, Texas A&M finished behind Texas Tech, first and third, Angelo State, second, and Colorado State University, fourth, at the HLSR Wool Judging Contest. Hunter Walters earned fifth high individual honors.

“This has been a very competitive group that I have enjoyed working with. They were very motivated and strived to succeed which is all a coach can ask for,” said Dr. Shawn Ramsey, team coordinator.

Team members are Hunter Walters, Tyler; Tyler Coufal, Troy; Jordan Manor, Haper; Kaysi Dean, Eula; Sydney Reese, Pleasant Grove, Calif.; Tasha Womack, San Antonio; Amelia Tanner, Georgetown; Kandace Davenport, Harper; Kayley Wall, Boerne; John Long, Lubbock; Kyle Davenport, Harper; and Daniel Haverlah, San Antonio.

Kim Hardan is coach and assistant coaches are Dillon Garr, Jacob Brown and Katie Moore.


For more information regarding news from the Department of Animal Science, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Texas A&M University, please contact Courtney Coufal at cacoufal@tamu.edu or (979) 845-1542.

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