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Kaitlyn Laxton rides the yo-yo swings at the Stoughton Fair carnival on Saturday, July 7.

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Stoughton Fair attendees enjoyed fun, food and fireworks at during the 93rd annual event. The fair consisted of animal showing and project exhibition for 4-Hers and FFA members, eating contests, carnival rides, grandstand shows each night and live music. New this year at the grandstand was a second tractor pull provided by Southwest Pullers. The fair changed the horse pull event on Friday night to help audiences better follow along with the action.

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If You Go What: Stoughton/Oregon/McFarland Relay for Life When: 5-11 p.m. Friday, July 20 Where: Mandt Park, South Fourth Street Info: relayforlife.org/smowi

until at least midnight before heading out. The festivities start at 5 p.m. with an opening ceremony to honor those affected by cancer and those who support them. Stoughton’s Mary Ripp is this year’s honorary survivor, chosen to speak to the crowd about their battle with cancer. After a few speeches, survivors then

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artist) coming from Florida.” The Art Walk is a oneday event, held Saturday, July 21, that features demonstrations and displays from artists at businesses along Main Street. The artists range from painters, jewelers and woodworkers to glass workers, photographers and screen printers. Twenty-seven artists are listed on the event website, artwalkstoughton.com/artists.

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take to the track in purple T-shirts to walk the ceremonial first lap as the crowd recognizes their battle. They are then joined by teammates and supporters, talking and bonding as they walk around the track with people who have had similar experiences. “There’s a lot of camaraderie,” Annen said. “It’s very emotional if you’ve ever had anyone fighting it.” This year’s theme is “Lights, Camera, Cure,” and teams will pick a movie — Annen’s Team Cress picked Star Wars — to guide how they decorate their campsite and costumes. You don’t have to be on a team or have donated money to come to the event, Annen said, as many people come to eat or drink or look at the luminarias remembering those fighting cancer and those who have

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The city began contracting with a new provider for Stoughton Transit’s shared ride taxi service in January, but people who regularly use it shouldn’t notice many changes, city and transit officials said. The new provider, Running Inc., is “always looking for continuous improvement,” Mayor Tim Swadley said. Stoughton Transit

operates with four Dodge Caravans, two of which are wheelchair-accessible, and the city is looking into grants in hopes of acquiring another van. Swadley told the Hub the transit operation is a valuable asset because “lots of people don’t have transportation or don’t feel comfortable driving in the community.” “There’s a variety of people, young and old, that utilize the service,” Swadley said. Without it, he added, many would be dependent on family and friends for even the smallest errand.

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The annual Stoughton/McFarland/ Oregon Relay for Life will return to Mandt Park, South Fourth Street, from 5-11 p.m. Friday, July 20. This year’s fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is a month later than years’ past and the closing ceremonies have moved to 11 p.m. the night of the event instead of the morning after. In previous years, teams stayed overnight, but this year the ceremony will take place a few hours after the luminarias are lit around 9:30 p.m. Planning committee member Kristine Annen said fewer people had been staying overnight, making the next day’s cleanup a challenge, but the event will have a similar feel, as most people who left stuck around

What: Art Walk Stoughton When: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, July 21 Where: Businesses within the Arts and Entertainment District Info: artwalkstoughton. com

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After the inaugural event last year brought more than 2,500 people to downtown Main Street, the Chamber of Commerce is partnering with local artists and businesses to bring the A r t Wa l k Trotter back to Stoughton. Chamber director Laura Trotter told the Hub Monday that the decision was a “no brainer,” considering the multitude of local artists willing to be featured. “We could have used artists from just around here because of how artistic our community is, and we mostly do,” she said. “But we even have (an

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Madalyn Pottinger, a member of the McFarland Sparks 4-H club, leads her angus beef cattle named Bud Jr. back to the barns after cleaning him up at the water station. This is Pottinger’s first – and last – year showing beef cattle, as she ages out of 4-H next year.

From left, Laney Bagley, 2, rides the Merry-Go-Round with her parents Andrea Blakley and Tory Bagley on Sunday, July 8.

At right, Terri Fiez, of Madison, and Deb Warren, of Verona, kneel down to look at the three piglets exhibit at the petting zoo on Saturday, July 7. Left, mother-daughter duo of Darcy Lalino, left, and D’Onna Atkinson work together while playing a ring game at the Stoughton Fair on Sunday, July 8.

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Lake Kegonsa restrictions lifted SCOTT DE LARUELLE

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Dane County lifted the slow/no wake restriction on lakes Monona, Waubesa and Kegonsa at noon on Tuesday, July 10. Squaw Bay will remain under the slow/no wake order. The group of lakes was placed under a no wake order by the county last month after significant rainfalls caused the water levels to rise substantially. Residents near the lake, along with areas in Lake Kegonsa State Park, experienced flooding from what Dane County executive Joe Parisi called “100year level” floods during a June 21 press conference before going to tour the affected areas. The county assisted with the management of water levels by removing vegetation in the waterways to encourage increased water flow. The high water levels in Lake Kegonsa had a disparate impact on the Yahara River days later, as the water levels rose as a result of increased water flow coming downstream from the lakes. The county announced the restrictions on June 19 to help protect shoreline property from rising waters.

That’s co-owner Amanda Running’s take on the value of public transit, as well. She said there was a “seamless transition” when the the Viroqua-based Running Inc. began operating the service in January. “One of the great things about the service is it truly provides public mass transit in a community when bus service isn’t available,” she said. “It keeps people in their homes longer and independent.” While that generally describes passengers who are elderly or disabled, the service benefits anyone who needs a ride, including kids. Running Inc. submitted a bid to provide the service last fall when the city was looking to update its contract. The company was awarded a $337,995 contract and will operate Stoughton Transit for at least the next two years, with an option for an additional three years. The service, which costs riders $4.50 ($3.50 for seniors and disabled) for a trip anywhere in the city and up to three miles outside Stoughton, is subsidized by a grant from the state. The city budgeted $140,000 in Wisconsin Department of Transportation funding for 2018 – the grant is “not to exceed $191,687” – and included $150,000 of local taxpayer dollars to provide the service. Some of that expense will be offset by rider fees. Last year, those fees amounted to $108,176, according to city records, and Stoughton Transit brought in $43,387 between Jan. 1 and May 1 this year. The city’s statistics indicate ridership is up slightly from last year. Between January and the end of April 2017, Stoughton Transit logged 10,251 trips. That number increased to 10,425 this year during the same timeframe. Stoughton Transit provided a total of 30,212 rides last year and projects that number to increase to 31,275 in 2018, according to city records. Running Inc. employs

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The beach area at Lake Kegonsa State Park was closed due to water flooding over onto the beach area, where rocks usually serve as a barrier to keep the water back.

The no wake status on Lake Kegonsa was lifted as of noon Tuesday, July 10. Water levels were at 100-year flood levels last month.

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12 people in Stoughton, all drivers who’d worked for the city’s previous service provider. One of them, Penny Heimann, has been promoted to local manager by the company. She began driving for the transit service in early 2014 and told the Hub she likes the job because she “loves helping people” and hearing about their lives. “I love the driving part of it,” she said. “You get to see the people, and they’ll tell you their stories, you know.” Heimann said Stoughton Transit has “been busier and busier since Running took over.” “We’re getting a lot of handicapped and seniors,” she observed. “There’s a lot more wheelchairs.” Swadley said it would be nice to be able to provide more transit service. The city of Portage also contracts with Running Inc. and offers rides 24/7, but with tight city budgets, that kind of coverage is not likely here. “Unfortunately, we can’t always provide everything for everybody,” he said. “But we do as much as we can within the structure that we have in place.” Contact Bill Livick at bill. livick@wcinet.com

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Appreciation for fair fireworks I was really upset when the City of Stoughton did not set any money aside for the Fourth of July fireworks display. Then I waited for the fair to have their display, and what a display it was. This was the best fireworks Stoughton has ever had. It was like a total

grand finale. I would like to thank the fair for this, it really made up for having no display on the Fourth. Randy Ree City of Stoughton

People with drug addictions need support I am writing to you in regard to the many heroin overdoses in Stoughton. Let me start off by saying that I was once a heroin addict and have not used in over 16 years. Therefore, I know that it is possible. Many people in this community choose to belittle the addicts and their overdoses rather than trying to look at the big picture: Why they are where they are in their lives, what kind of support they have (if any) and most importantly, do they have the means to get help? I am sure that most people will never know what it is like to be addicted to anything, but these people do need help. Instead of degrading them, we need to find a way to show them our support. My family and I moved here from El Paso, Texas. We could see

the border from our front yard. The most frustrating thing is that we moved here with hopes of not raising our children around the gang and drug violence that we assumed were only there. We were wrong. There are more addicts here in our new smalltown American city (per capita) than there were in a city bordered by Juarez, Chihuahua, Mexico. This is the definition of the word pathetic. No one wants addicts around so we turn a blind eye and hope for the best. The worst is yet to come unless we do something about it. They indeed put themselves in this situation, but they indeed need help to escape it. Mary Ortega City of Stoughton

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Take precautions for a safe summer in Stoughton T he sun is out, birds are chirping – finally it is summer in Stoughton. It’s time to have a picnic, go on bike trails, hike, swim, gather around the campfire and whatever other activities you love to do this time of year. But don’t forget to stay safe and healthy while doing so. We all know to be careful of drowning and wear our helmets while doing outside activities, but it’s easy to forget to watch what we eat and to beware of bug bites, Tripp some of the more insidious dangers common to summer. Every year I see vacations and trips derailed by food borne illnesses, and many of these illnesses are easily preventable. Also preventable are illnesses borne by mosquitoes, ticks and fleas, all of which enjoy warm weather and can carry serious illnesses. Nobody wants to come home with West Nile virus or Lyme disease. Eating wisely – whether you’re hosting a barbecue, eating at the campsite or enjoying a picturesque picnic with the family – starts with keeping food at the right temperature. And even though it might sound obvious, good hygiene. When you’re packing for your trip, be sure to keep foods that need to stay cold separate from

beverages. A beverage cooler will be opened frequently, allowing foods like potato salad and raw meats to warm up more quickly. An easy mistake when the weather is nice and the company is better is letting food sit out too long. Don’t let it sit for longer than two hours, and if temperatures hit 90 degrees or above, get food back in the fridge or cooler in an hour. And be sure to serve cooked meats and hot dishes like those brats and burgers while they are still hot. Not all bacteria can be killed with a quick reheat on the grill or in the microwave. Don’t reuse serving plates and utensils. And frequently wash your hands, even if you’re not preparing the food. Both will help limit the spread of any bacteria or viruses. Just in case the shish kabob sat out a little too long, you should know the symptoms of food poisoning. If multiple family members or guests who ate the same meal get sick in about six to eight hours, it’s likely food poisoning. Fortunately, most food-borne illnesses are short lived and everyone should be feeling better quickly. As for bugs and the illnesses they can carry, staying safe can often be as simple as remembering the bug spray. DEET or permethrin are the most recommended to keep those ruthless pests away. Some bug spray works better than none, but ideally, look for a repellent that contains 10-30 percent concentration. The higher the

concentration, the longer the repellent should last. You can even buy clothing that is already coated in the repellent to help ward off insects that might bite. Remember, some insects can bite through clothing, so for complete coverage don’t forget to spray your clothes. If you are going on your hike through the woods or tall grass, consider wearing the appropriate clothing to avoid getting any tick bites. If you get a tick embedded, know that a tick removed within 24 hours is not likely to transmit disease or other infections, so ending the day with a “tick check” is a good idea. Start your tick check immediately after coming indoors. Shake out clothes to catch any ticks that may have hitched a ride on your sleeves, collar or shoes. Help other family members by checking behind their ears and in their hair. If you do find an embedded tick, don’t panic. Grab a pair of tweezers and grasp the tick as close to the skin as possible, then pull straight up. If part of the tick remains embedded, call your doctor for advice on removing it or to schedule an appointment to have it safely removed. With the proper precautions, summer can a wonderful time in Wisconsin, with endless opportunities to have fun while being safe and healthy. Dr. Warren Tripp is Stoughton Hospital’s emergency department medical director.

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A cancer survivor finishes the Relay For Life “Survivor Lap” walking through balloons to cheers from friends, supporters and caregivers in 2016. This year’s event is at 5 p.m. Friday, July 20.

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Derek Brabender gave wood carving demonstrations with Green Wood Spoons during last year’s event. He will be one of the featured artists this year.

Art: Nearly 30 artists scheduled for second annual event Continued from page 1 Last year, the event started after the 14 South Artists Fall Studio Tour was discontinued. The group organized the art walk event and was coordinated by Susan Liimatta, who pitched the idea to the chamber that resulted in it picking it up this year. While Trotter said the event is going to look pretty close to identical from last year, modifications will be made to help ease the heavy traffic and the problems it causes from downtown businesses. “We’re going to be doing a lot of things to address the needs that Susan identified, like adding porta potties because the crowds were pretty big,” she said. Trotter said the chamber is looking into adding auxiliary food stands because the crowds overflowed downtown restaurants. “After the event last year, businesses were saying it was the best day of business ever since opening their doors,” she said. “The structure of this event is to have people go into shops, so it’s

very valuable to downtown businesses because people have to go into their stores (in order to participate). The public is able to vote for their favorite artist, who would be awarded “Viewer’s Choice” recognition. Other awards include first, second and Best of Show. Artists awarded last year include Dan Bassett, Mark Lajiness, Jerry Anderson and Richard Lazzaro, all of whom will be featured again this year. More information about the event, including a map, sponsors and artist information, can be found on its website, artwalkstoughton. com.

Help from the state A $5,000 grant, awarded in May, is helping the chamber promote the event. The Joint Effort Marketing grant, from the Wisconsin Department of Tourism, is awarded to non-profit organizations for the promotion of Wisconsin tourism events and destinations, a news release from the department explains. Trotter said the grant is given to younger events, and Liimatta, who was the primary

2018 featured artist Christine Echtner is the Art Walk Stoughton 2018 featured artist. An acrylic and mixed media painter, Echtner uses drawing and mixed materials to develop narratives. Based out of Echtner Madison, she has won several awards for her work, earning recognition in 2017 at the Art Fair on the Square, Old Town Art Fair, Uptown Art Fair, Riverwalk Art Fine Art Fair and Madison Art Guild January Showcase. “I begin with a basic idea and combining texture, line, color, pattern and figures, the story grows as I build and develop it on the canvas,” Echtner wrote in her profile on the Art Walk website. “With the title in place I encourage the viewer to participate and expand on the idea in a way that is meaningful to them.” leader in earning this grant, was able to present a lot of background information after the success of last year’s event. “We are thrilled to support Art Walk Stoughton as it looks to build on its successful first year and generate a positive economic impact in the community,” Tourism secretary Stephanie Klett

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The Blue Moon Klezmer Band and folksinger Roxanne Neat will perform at the library during next week’s Art Walk. The performance will be from 2-3 p.m. Saturday, July 21. Blue Moon Klezmer band will perform three songs, “Dance of Delight,” “Street Melody” and “Wedding Song with Dance of Displeasure.” Neat’s selections are yet to be announced. The Blue Moon Klezmer Band performs traditional music of celebration from the Jewish people of Eastern Europe. Klezmer is a genre of music that originally consisted largely of instrumental dance songs for weddings and other celebrations.

If You Go What: The Blue Moon Klezmer Band and folksinger Roxanne Neat performance Where: Stoughton Public Library, 304 S. Fourth St. When: 2-3 p.m., Saturday, July 21 Info: Stoughtonpubliclibrary.org

It was brought to the United States and evolved as Yiddish-speaking immigrants became influenced by American jazz. The band consists of library director Richard MacDonald on the clarinet. MacDonald formed the group in spring 2017 for a performance at last year’s

Art Walk. The band performs “only once in a blue moon,” thus the name. Rachel Lam performs the violin, Cindy Lehr on trumpet, Linda Kunz on piano, Elias Rust on bass and Aaron Gochberg on drums. Neat performs traditional and contemporary folk music and ballads while accompanying herself on guitar, piano, mountain

passed. The luminarias are white bags with tea lights inside, inscribed with messages of support for those who have been touched by the disease. They are lit at a ceremony after dark, a glowing white homage to the many people who have been affected. As of press time, the relay has raised $44,183.35 for the American Cancer Society, though Annen said that total is expected to

rise significantly, as most of the money comes in on the relay’s “bank night” and the night of the event. Annen said they expect to raise $80,000 to $100,000. “We like to honor everyone in our communities who is fighting or who has won their fight and recognize it’s a terrible disease,” Annen said. “At some point, there will be a cure for it.” Contact Alexander Cramer at alexander.cramer@ wcinet.com.​

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and program coordinator Charlene Mallueg during an event from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Thursday, July 12. She is currently completing her degree in human services at Madison College, and she lives in Stoughton with her husband, Mike. For more information, call 8738585.

The Stoughton Area Senior Center recycles unwanted cell phones, laptops, cameras, mp3 players and video game consoles. The fundraising project is sponsored by the National Council on Aging (NCOA) and Cellular Recycler. Drop-off boxes can be found at the senior center and Hanson Electronics, Jazz service 2384 Jackson St. Visit Covenant Lutheran Church, 1525 N. Van Buren St., for a jazz serFor information, call 873-8585. vice at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, July 15. Support group A nine-piece jazz combo will The grief support group will not accompany the hymns. Members of the senior choir will provide special meet in July. The group meets the third Wednes- music and lead the congregation in day of the month at 2 p.m. It will singing old favorites, “Let Us Break Bread Together,” “He’s Got the Whole resume Aug. 15. World in His Hands,” and more, with Coffee With a Reporter a New Orleans twist. All are welcome Courier Hub reporter Amber Leven- and refreshments will be served after hagen will hold her next Coffee With worship. For information, call 873-7494. a Reporter from 10-11:30 a.m. Friday, July 13, at Malabar Coast Coffee and Coffee with the Mayor Tea, 2300 Hwy. 51. The next Coffee with the Mayor will Coffee With a Reporter is when Hub reporters spend some time at various be held from 9:30-10:30 a.m. Friday, establishments and put up a sign ask- July 13. City clerk Holly Licht will attend ing for community members to come chat about anything pertaining to the meeting. She will be available to answer any questions regarding the Stoughton. If you have suggestions for times August primary elections, as well as and locations, please email amber.lev- any other clerk related questions. For information, call 873-6677. enhagen@wcinet.com.

phones, tablets and computers during a class at 3 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at the senior center. No prior experience is necessary in order to participate in the program. For information, call 873-8585.

Gazebo Musikk The Dirty Groove will perform for the next Gazebo Musikk series from 6-7:30 p.m. Thursday, July 19, at the Rotary Park Gazebo, 324 S. Sixth St. The Dirty Groove is a band that blends pop, funk, blues and rock. Bring your lawn chairs or blankets for the free concert; beer and wine are permitted, but no glasses. Food and beverages will be for sale at the event. Dogs are allowed but must be leashed. For information, visit facebook.com/ gazebomusikk.

Blood drive Donate blood for the Red Cross from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, July 20, at Stoughton Hospital, 900 Ridge St. The Red Cross encourages eligible donors to give blood regularly. Donors with all blood types are needed, especially those with types AB, O, B negative and A negative. To make an appointment to donate blood, download the free Red Cross Blood Donor App from app stores, visit redcrossblood.org or call 1-800-RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767).

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Senior center welcome Welcome the senior center volunteer Baha’i Faith

For information: Alfred Skerpan, 877-0911 or Gail and Greg Gagnon, 873-9225 us.bahai.org Stoughton study classes.

Bible Baptist Church

2095 Hwy. W, Utica 873-7077 • 423-3033 Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. - Worship

Christ Lutheran Church

700 Hwy. B, Stoughton 873-9353 • e-mail: office@clcstoughton.org Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship Sunday: 9 a.m. Worship, 10 a.m. Fellowship

Christ the King Community Church 401 W. Main St., Stoughton • 877-0303 christthekingcc.org Sunday: 10 a.m. - Worship

Christian Assembly Church

1844 Williams Drive, Stoughton • 873-9106 Saturday: 6 p.m. Worship Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints

825 S. Van Buren, Stoughton 877-0439 • Missionaries 957-3930 Sunday: 9 a.m. Sunday school and Primary

Cooksville Lutheran Church

11927 W. Church St., Evansville 882-4408 Pastor Karla Brekke Sunday: 10 a.m. Worship and Sunday School

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Covenant Lutheran Church

1525 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton • 873-7494 covlutheran@gmail.com • covluth.org Saturday: 5:30 p.m. Worship Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship, 10:30 a.m. Fellowship

Ezra Church

515 E. Main St., Stoughton • 834-9050 ezrachurch.com Sunday: 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.

First Lutheran Church

310 E. Washington, Stoughton 873-7761 • flcstoughton.com Sunday: 8:30 and 10 a.m. Worship

Fulton Church

9209 Fulton St., Edgerton 884-8512 • fultonchurch.org Sunday: 8 and 9:30 a.m. Worship Services Coffee Fellowship: 9 a.m. Varsity (High Schoolers): 12-3 p.m. AWANA (age 2-middle school): 3-5 p.m.

Good Shepherd By The Lake Lutheran Church

1860 Hwy. 51 at Lake Kegonsa, Stoughton 873-5924 Sunday Worship: 8 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Education hour for all ages: 9:15 a.m. Adult Bible Study: 9:15-9:45 a.m.

Seventh Day Baptist Church of Albion

616 Albion Rd., Edgerton 561-7450 • albionsdb@gmail.com forministry.com/USWISDBGCASD1 Worship Saturday 11- Sabbath School 10 Fellowship Meal follows service on first Sabbath

Stoughton Baptist Church

Corner of Williams Dr. & Cty. B, Stoughton 873-6517 Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship; 6 p.m. - Evening Service

St. Ann Catholic Church

323 N. Van Buren St., Stoughton 873-6448 • 873-7633 Weekday Mass: Nazareth House and St. Ann’s Church Weekend Mass: Saturday - 5:15 p.m.; Sunday - 8 and 10:30 a.m.

United Methodist of Stoughton 525 Lincoln Avenue, Stoughton stoughtonmethodist.org Stoughtonumc@Wisconsinumc.org Sunday: 8 a.m. - Short Service; 10 a.m. - Full Worship

‌Thursday, July 12‌

• 10 a.m. to 1 p.m., Welcome volunteer and program coordinator, senior center, 873-8585‌ • 2-3 p.m., Punk Rocks craft program (teens in grades 6 and up), library, 873-6281‌ • 6-7:30 p.m., Gazebo Musikk concert, Rotary Park Gazebo, 401 E. Main St., facebook.com/gazebomusikk‌ • 6:30 p.m., Thursdays with Murder book discussion, library, 873-6281‌

‌Friday, July 13‌

• 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Farmers market, 1050 W. Main St., David Woodcock, 873-9943‌ • 9:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 8736281‌ • 9:30-10:30 a.m., Coffee with the Mayor, senior center, 873-8585‌ • 10:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 873-6281‌ • 5-9 p.m., Live music on the patio, 3097 Sunnyside St., 205-9300‌

‌Saturday, July 14‌

• 8:30 a.m. to noon, Stoughton Community Farmers Market, Forrest Street (North of Main St.), stoughtonwi.com/farmersmarket‌ • 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., Stoughton Historical Society open, 324 S. Page St., stoughtonhistoricalsociety.org‌

‌Monday, July 16‌

• 5:30-7:30 p.m., Watercolor class ($10, supplies included, registration required), senior center, 8738585‌

‌Tuesday, July 17‌

• 6:30 p.m., Evening story time, library, 873-6281‌

‌Wednesday, July 18‌

• 9:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 8736281‌ • 10:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 873-6281‌ • 6:30 p.m., Library board meeting, library, 873-6281‌

‌Thursday, July 19‌

• 9:30-10:30 a.m., Qigong class (repeats every Thursday), senior center, 873-8585‌ • 1-5 p.m., Personal Essentials Pantry, 343 E. Main St., pepstoughton.org‌ • 2 p.m., Rockstar program, library, 873-6281‌ • 3 p.m., Computer class, senior center, 873-8585‌ • 6-7:30 p.m., Gazebo Musikk concert, Rotary Park Gazebo, 401 E. Main St., facebook.com/gazebomusikk‌

‌Friday, July 20‌

• 7 a.m. to 1 p.m., Farmers market, 1050 W. Main St., David Woodcock, 873-9943‌ • 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Blood drive, Stoughton Hospital, 900 Ridge St., 1-800-733-2767‌ • 9:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 8736281‌ • 10:30 a.m., Morning storytime (ages 0-5), library, 873-6281‌ • 5-9 p.m., Live music on the patio, 3097 Sunnyside St., 205-9300‌ • 5-11 p.m., Relay for Life Stoughton/Oregon/McFarland (Luminaria ceremony starting around 9:30 p.m.), Mandt Park, 400 Mandt Pkwy., 873-7847‌

West Koshkonong Lutheran Church

LakeView Church

2200 Lincoln Ave., Stoughton 873-9838 • lakevc.org Sunday: 9:30 a.m. Worship

1911 Koshkonong, Stoughton Sunday: 10:30 a.m. - Worship

Western Koshkonong Lutheran Church

2633 Church St., Cottage Grove Sunday: 9:30 a.m. worship 11 a.m. Bible study

Support groups Diabetic Support Group • 6 p.m., second Monday, Stoughton Hospital, 628-6500 Dementia Caregivers • 2 p.m., second Thursday, senior center, 873-8585

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Discipline”is a word that is pregnant with meaning.We can use the expression “being disciplined” to mean that one shows selfrestraint and has regulated his or her life in such a way that there is order and that one’s life is productive.We can also talk of “being disciplined”to mean that one is being punished by external forces or agents. Parents discipline their children in an attempt to help them develop that selfrestraint or discipline which is necessary for them to function well.In a spiritual context, discipline is likewise pregnant with meaning. There are a variety of practices which might be termed “disciplines,”such as fasting, praying, and obedience,which deepen our spiritual lives and help us develop the proper self-restraint in the spiritual realm. Self-restraint is such an important character trait that without it life becomes chaotic. People who cannot restrain themselves find themselves addicted to drugs, incarcerated, and without the material resources to sustain their own lives.The religious disciplines are helpful in training people to be autonomous, self-restrained members of society, but many of us have forgotten how to do these things, which is why having a spiritual mentor or guide is important. – Christopher Simon

Crohn’s/Colitis/IBD Support Group • 5:30 p.m., third Wednesday, Stoughton Hospital, 873-7928 Grief Support Groups • 2 p.m., third Wednesday, senior center, 873-8585 Low Vision Support • 1-2:30 p.m., third Thursday, senior center, 873-8585 Parkinson’s Group • 1:30-2:30 p.m., fourth Wednesday, senior center, 873-8585 Multiple Sclerosis Group • 10-11:30 a.m., second Tuesday, senior center, 873-8585

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Since opening in March, the Stoughton Goodwill is “growing all the time,” providing a new source of used items for sale, and a place to work for people with disabilities. The store, along with Tractor Supply Company, filled the space left when the Walmart moved to Kettle Park West in March 2017. The store has around 20 employees, Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin regional director of stores Brian Schroeder told the Hub, with jobs including receiving, sorting, pricing, stocking and cashiering. Schroeder said the new store has been “just a really good fit for us.” “There’s really a strong community there, and with us being a local non-profit, basically everything we bring in stays locally,” he said. Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin community relations coordinator Lori Wirth, a Stoughton resident, said the move to the area was a “logical” one. “ G e o g r a p h i c a l l y, i t makes sense for us to move into that area because we didn’t have a lot of coverage toward that end of Dane County,” she said. “And we really feel good about being here. We do think Stoughton is thriving.” The store, with more than 11,000 square feet of sales floor, offers a variety of items for sale: household items, toys, clothes, small electronics, gently used furnitures, books, media and a back-to-school section with backpacks and school supplies. The store accepts these items and others as tax-deductible donations. “You name it, we pretty much take it,” said store manager April Meeks. “We are pretty open to what we accept.” Meeks, who previously worked at Goodwill stores in Milwaukee and Janesville for the past 19 years, said while the Stoughton community is “very new

Goodwill Stoughton 1780 Highway 51 205-6870 Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Saturday; 10 a.m. to 6 pm. Sunday to me, they have been very welcoming and generous.”

Starting over The Stoughton Goodwill represents a new opportunity of a quite different kind for another employee, who has re-started a career that was sidetracked by a serious accident. Chase Neath was running the men’s department for a national retailer and looking forward to a career in the business when he was struck by a vehicle while wa l k i n g a l o n g a r o a d . Instantly, he began living his life as someone with a disability, as a brain injury essentially wiped out his childhood memories, according to a Goodwill news release. “It cleaned the slate,” Neath said. “While I retained memory of my education, my plans and purpose were lost.” When time off for medical appointments and memory challenges cost him his previous job, Neath, 22, applied to work at the new Goodwill. Meeks says it was an “easy choice” to hire him. “When I interviewed him, he blew me away,” she said. “Everyone that comes into contact with Chase comes up to me afterwards to tell me how wonderful their experience with him was.” Neath joined Goodwill Stoughton a week before the store opened in March. While he’s not a supported employment participant, he said his experience has made working at Goodwill all the more meaningful. “I appreciate working with a non-profit that helps people with disabilities (because) I’ve become someone with a disability,” he said. “Things happen. You’ve got to keep going. I had to learn new ways to succeed.”

51 South: ‘American fare with an eclectic twist’ BILL LIVICK Unified Newspaper Group

Two women have opened their first restaurant, 51 South, on West Main Street. It opened June 1. Oriya Yellow Bird and Trisha Brown are billing their eatery as serving American cuisine. The pair of restaurateurs revamped the dining room at 208 W. Main St. with handcrafted folk art, which they say matches their creative menu. “Creativity is what makes us unique, and you can see

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this in our interior and you can also taste it in our food,” Yellow Bird told the Hub. “Our head chef, Chris, has a wealth of new ideas and deliciously unexpected flavor combinations.” The restaurant is open Tuesday through Saturday at 11 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m. Tuesday-Thursday and at 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday. “We’re serving American fare with an eclectic twist,” Yellow Bird said.

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Goodwill opened its doors in Stoughton on March 16, taking over part of what used to be Stoughton’s Walmart location.

Goodwill employee Chase Neath cleans donated items at the store Monday afternoon. Neath said he likes that Goodwill “finds new life for things” instead of throwing it away. He said it’s been “fun to watch the treasures come in” when people drop off donations. “People tell us the stories behind what they’re donating and I like to share those stories with our customers,” he said. “I really like being here. I have a place and a purpose.”

Margaretha Hickman, a self-styled “good Goodwill shopper,” browses the selection of kitchen items Monday afternoon.

More than a store While most people recognize Goodwill for its storefronts, they’re only there to fund the company’s mission of “helping people with barriers to employment find employment,” said Goodwill of South Central Wisconsin community relations coordinator Lori Wirth. “That extends to everybody,” she told the Hub. “We think everybody can work at some level or another. Some work full-time with a job coach, others grow into more independent roles, depending on the level of disability.”

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Obituaries

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Jack Thomas West

Jack West

J a c k T h o m a s We s t passed away peacefully, at the age of 83, with family immediately at his side on Friday, July 6 2018. He was born on March 28, 1935 in Clarksburg, West Virginia to the late Guy and Mary Ann West. Jack most recently resided in Stoughton, Wisconsin for 10 years. He resided in McFarland Wisconsin over 30 years. Both Jack and his wife, Patti, were pillars of the McFarland community and McFarland Lutheran Church. Jack had a very successful career in the battery development and manufacturing industry as a Analytical Chemist. He worked most of his career for Ray-O-Vac Corporation, headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. Highlights of his career include leading the World Wide Analytical Laboratory, writing 10 U.S. Patents and being a keynote speaker at a industry conference in Hawaii. Jack also started his own business by owning and operating up to three donut stores in the Madison area. As he started up these stores, he learned computer programming on his own and developed a complete software application package to run his

Roger T. Steffrud

Roger Steffrud

Roger T. Steffrud was born January 2, 1945, in Stoughton, Wisconsin, to Ruth (Teigen) and Trygve Steffrud. He died June 27, 2018, in Stoughton, after an illness. He was baptized and confirmed at Central Lutheran Church in Edgerton. He attended first grade at the Mount Pleasant school near the family farm, then relocated to Red Brick School after the school burned down. He went to Edgerton school for fourth grade. After his family moved to the Utica area, he attended Sunnyside School and graduated in 1964 from Stoughton High School. He worked on the family farm and at Liggett Meyers,

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stores. Jack’s hobbies and interests included a love of boating and camping, wine making, gardening/landscaping, home projects, vintage cars (including his 1966 Thunderbird), playing bridge with his many friends and cooking. Jack had a strong faith and was active in the churches he attended. He was active in church choir, served on leadership boards and supported many church sponsored events. Jack miraculously recovered from a very rare liver disease in 2003. He had to work very hard to recover from that illness. Based on his recovery, he blessed his family and friends with 15 additional years of presence and love in their lives. Jack is survived by his brother Gary (Flip) West and sister Patti West, daughter Linda (Paul) Ruscher, sons Charles (Susie) West, and John (Lin) West, grandchildren Christine Ruscher, Nathanial West, Timothy (Elin) Ruscher, Sara Ruscher and Ashley West, great grandchildren Josiah and Chloe Ruscher, Alina West. He is further survived by nieces, nephews, other relatives and many, many friends. He is preceded in death by his wife Madelyn Patricia West (Patti), brothers Guy Jr and Lieutenant Colonel James West and his parents Guy and Mary Ann West. A memorial services will be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday July 11, 2018 at McFarland Lutheran Church, 5529 Marsh Road, McFarland Wisconsin. Friends are invited to greet the family from noon to until the time of service on Wednesday, at the church.

Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday, July 14, 2018, at Covenant Lutheran Church, 1525 N. Van Buren St., in Stoughton. Friends and relatives are invited to a luncheon immediately following the services in the church fellowship hall. Friends may greet the family from 10 a.m. until the time of services Saturday at church. In lieu of flowers, memorials to Covenant Lutheran Church or the Alzheimer’s Association are suggested. The family wishes to extend special thanks to Milestone Memory Care, Stoughton Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital and special friends Earl and the late Helen Fossen. Please share your memories of Shirley at CressFuneralService.com.

in 1957, the UW-Madison School of Engineering in 1963 and received his master’s degree from the University of Dayton. He married Barbara Wick on June 24, 1961, in Madison. He served in the Air National Guard. Richard was the owner/operator of Galva-Closure Products. He was a member of the Stoughton Rotary Club and a scoutmaster for Boy Scout Troop 164. Richard was an active member of Christ Lutheran Church, serving on the foundation committee as well as serving as the council president. He was a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and was selected as the Stoughton Syttende Mai celebration’s king in 2011, among many other achievements and activities. Richard is survived by his wife; Barbara; daughter, Kari (Craig) Tuecke; two sons,

Kevin (Wendy) Entwistle and Kristian (Gina) Entwistle; two grandsons, Kalib and A.J.; granddaughter, Elisabeth; sister, Susie Walls; and a niece and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers, Gary Entwistle and Gary Entwistle II. Funeral services will be held at Christ Lutheran Church, 700 Cty. Hwy. B, Stoughton, at 11:05 a.m. (as Dick was never on time for anything), Monday, July 16, 2018, with pastor Paula Geister-Jones presiding. A luncheon with a time for sharing stories will follow at the Stoughton Country Club, 3165 Shadyside Dr., Stoughton. Visitation will be held at Gunderson Stoughton Funeral and Cremation Care, 1358 Hwy. 51 N, at Jackson St., Stoughton from 4-7 p.m.,

Sunday, July 15, 2018, and also at the church from 10 a.m. until the time of the service on Monday. Memorials may be made to the Christ Lutheran Church Building Fund, Boy Scout Troop 164, Christ Lutheran Church or Heartland Hospice. The family would like to extend a sincere thank you to Dr. Block, Dr. Agni, Dr. Herbsman, Heartland Hospice, Bonnie and Molly at the Oregon Senior Center, the Stoughton Rotary Club, everyone at Milestone Senior Living for their wonderful care, Pastors Paula and Scott and all of our family and friends for their prayers and support. Thank you to Dick for providing a wonderful life for our children, grandchildren and me. Rest in peace. Online condolences may be made at gundersonfh.com.

89, passed away at Swifthaven Community in Edgerton on Friday, July 6, 2018, after a courageous battle with cancer. Shirley was born April 13, 1929, in Stoughton to the late Percy and Bertha (Sperloen) Erdahl. She was baptized and confirmed at Christ Lutheran Church in Stoughton. She is a graduate of Stoughton High School, Shirley Nygaard class of 1947, and also a graduate of Lutheran Deaconess Hospital Nursing School in Chicago in 1951. She was a labor and delivery nurse in Hollywood at Cedars of Lebanon Hospital, and a charge nurse for the American Red Cross Bloodmobile in Dane County. Shirley married Allen Owen Nygaard on Oct 20, 1956, at Christ Lutheran Church. She was a lifelong Shirley Nygaard member of Christ Lutheran Church; she served as a past Shirley Ann Nygaard, age president of the American

Lutheran Church Women, and belonged to the Elizabeth Circle. She was a member of the Stoughton Lioness and P.EO. Shirley enjoyed playing bridge, travelling and spending time with family and friends. She was very proud of her Norwegian heritage; she hosted many Syttende Mai parties, traveled to Norway and opened her home to her family from Norway. Shirley and Al were the Syttende Mai King and Queen in 1987. Shirley is survived by her daughter Lisa (William) Keenan, son Chris Nygaard (Sena Park) and her son Samuel; grandchild Anja Nygaard; Anja’s mother Julie Nygaard; sister Barbara (Norval) Morgan; sister-in-law Janet Erdahl; nephews Jeffrey (Monica) Morgan, Kevin (Helen) Morgan, Michael (Ann) Morgan; great nieces and nephews Gillian Striker, Kelcie Morgan, Jacinda Morgan, Natalie Morgan, Wesley

Morgan, Danielle Morgan. She is preceded in death by her parents, her husband Al, brother Leander Erdahl, grandchildren Nicholas and Jaqueline Gyland Nygaard and great nephew Weston Morgan. Our gratitude goes to the Swifthaven Community and Heartland Hospice and Shirley’s caring doctors: Teresa Kulie MD, Christine Cox MD, and Shannon O’Mahar MD. A funeral will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 10, 2018, at Christ Lutheran Church, 700 County Hwy. B, Stoughton with Pastor Paula Geister-Jones presiding. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. until the time of the service on Tuesday at the church. A luncheon will follow the service at the church on Tuesday. Memorials may be made to Christ Lutheran Church or Heartland Hospice.

Pauline M. Fields

loving mother, grandmother and great-grandmother who loved God with all her heart. Pauline is survived by her daughters, Janice Lynn (Randy) Johnson and Denise Green; sons, Gary (Julie) Fields and Larry Fields; 13 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and many other relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband, James; son, Dale; brothers, George Pond, Chris Pond and Merill Pond; and sisters, Neva, Irene, LaVern and Florence. Funeral services will be

held at Gunderson Stoughton Funeral and Cremation Care, 1358 Hwy. 51 N at Jackson St., Stoughton, at 1:30 p.m., on Friday, July 13, 2018, with the Rev. James Koza presiding. Visitation will be held at the funeral home from 11:30 a.m. until the time of the service on Friday. Expressions of sympathy may take the form of memorial contributions to the family to be donated to Skaalen Home in Pauline’s memory. Online condolences may be made at gundersonfh.com.

Shirley Kinnunen’s struggle with Alzheimer’s ended peacefully on June 28, 2018 at St. Mary’s Hospital in Madison. She was born in Anamosa, Iowa on December 3, 1932, to Howard and Etta Ireland. The family moved to the Madison area in the 1930’s. Shirley

Richard C. Entwistle

Richard Entwistle

Richard C. Entwistle, age 78, of Stoughton, passed away on Sunday, July 8, 2018, at Milestone Senior Living. He was born on July 25, 1939, in Madison, the son of Robert and Helen (Swalheim) Entwistle. Richard graduated from Monona Grove High School

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graduated from Madison East High School in 1950. While enrolled in high school, she taught accordion and played in the Burkhalter Accordion Band. Shirley attended Madison Business College from 1950 to 1951 and then worked as a secretary for the UW Foundation. She was one of the founding members of

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the MARC Center in Stoughton, and served as the director until retiring in 1992. On September 4, 1954 Shirley married Edwin Kinnunen at Bashford Methodist Church in Madison. Shirley and Ed moved to Stoughton in 1959, where together they raised five children. She is survived by her husband, Edwin; children, Karen (Richard) Wood of West Plains, Missouri, Linda (Barry) Richardson of Grass Range, Montana, David (Robin) Kinnunen of Poynette, and Sarah Kinnunen (Howard) Point of Rocks, Maryland; grandchildren, Alina, Amanda Rose, Kate and Alex; and several great grandchildren. Shirley was preceded in death by her parents; and oldest child, Daniel, in 1992.

Shirley Kinnunen

Nelson Industries, Stoughton State Bank and did lawn care. He also maintained the Lutheran Cemetery. He served his country for a brief time in the Army and returned to work on the family farm. Roger was proud of his Norwegian heritage; he traveled to Norway in 1985 with his mother and aunt. He liked to have company and always had the coffee pot on. He enjoyed planning family reunions and kept detailed records of his relatives. He liked going to garage sales and flea markets to look for items to add to his collections. He enjoyed going out to eat and attending lutefisk dinners, as well. Roger is survived by many cousins. The family wishes to thank Roger’s friends and neighbors for all their support, the Madison VA Hospital, Skaalen Nursing Home and Agrace Hospice for their wonderful care of Roger. A celebration of life will be held at the Vennevoll Clubhouse, 400 N. Morris Street, Stoughton, from noon to 4 p.m. Sunday, July 15. Burial will take place at the Jenson Cemetery in Edgerton at a later date.

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Pauline Fields

Pauline M. Fields, age 95, of Stoughton, passed away on Friday, July 6, 2018, at Skaalen Nursing and

Rehabilitation Center. She was born on Feb. 25, 1923, in Des Plains, Illinois, the daughter of George Pond and Irene (Nelson) Pond. Pauline graduated from Madison East High School. She joined the Army Air Corps in 1945 and married James Fields Jr. in 1950. Her family traveled with her while in the military and the children were born in all different countries, including the United States, England and Japan. Pauline enjoyed bird watching, reading and doing crossword puzzles. She was also very crafty and liked collecting dolls. Most of all, Pauline was a


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The boys of summer The ping of aluminum bats rang through the Oak Knoll Park area last weekend as Stoughton Little League hosted its end-of-the-year tournament on Saturday and Sunday. The Minors are third- and fourth-graders and the Majors is comprised of fifth- and sixth-graders. There were four Minor teams competing, and the Majors had five. The winner for Minors was R&S Insurance. Viking Brew Pub won the Majors tournament. Photos by Jeremy Jones

Harrison Cyvas watches his team hit from the dugout during Sunday’s end-of-the-season tournament at Oak Knoll Park.

Aiden Arnett follows through on a pitch during his Majors game Sunday morning.

Gavin Reiser throws a strike during his Sunday morning Minor game.

Alex Bailey, Kasen Sperle and Kyler Knauf stand with their teammates during the National Anthem before Sunday morning’s Major end of season tournament game.

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The winner for Minors was R&S Insurance. Team members (front from left) are: Tyler Leis, Hunter Wiest, Yirvin Adelis and Saxton Wiest; (middle) Jacob Gardiner, Kale Westbury, Colyn Kotlowski, Isac Vesterdahl, Matthew Bubon, Nolan Busch and Pete Heinecke; (back) Mark Rostowfske, Shane Wiest and Matt Rostowfske; (missing) Oliva Milton and Jackson Keis.

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The winner of the Majors tournament was Viking Brew Pub. Team members (front, from left) are: Elijah Pedersen, AJ Knickmeier, Bo Iverson, Colt Toso, Teddy Kohlhoff and Dane Britain; (back) Klye VanFossen, Casey Quam, Thor Armstrong, Anthony Gutierrez, Kaeson Salonek, Devon Van Fossen and Jacob Weihert.


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JEREMY JONES ​Sports editor

Max Gartzke was told he would be Utica’s selection to represent the team at the HTL All-Star Game on Aug. 3 at Warner Park, then he showed why. “That was big news for Max. It’s his first All-Star game, I believe,” Stokstad said. “I was pretty proud to announce that to him, and he followed it up with a big game at the plate.” Gartzke drove in four runs to supply all the fireworks Utica needed on the Fourth of July at Lake Mills. The A’s rallied from an early deficit by scoring five runs over the final four runs to pull off the 8-4 Night League road win. It was a back-and-forth game until the top of the sixth inning, when Utica

The Stoughton Home Talent team will have to play better than it did Sunday if the defending champions wish to make another deep playoff run. Stoughton committed seven errors but managed to come from behind to beat Southeast Section rival McFarland 10-7 at Norse Park because of its offense. “I don’t know what the deal was today,” manager Dale Seffens said. “We’ve been light on practice time here lately, and that doesn’t help. That was definitely not one of our better defensive games, and we kind of shot ourselves in the foot at the plate a couple times, as well.” Second-place Stoughton (10-1 in Sunday League) has five games left to lock up one of four Southeast Section playoff spots. The Merchants trail Evansville (12-0) by 1 1/2 games for first place. The top two seeds get a home playoff game for the first round of the playoffs. Cambridge (5-5) is the only team left on Stoughton’s schedule with a .500 record or better. The Merchants play the Blues twice over the final month of the season – 1 p.m. this Saturday at Cambridge High School and 1 p.m. Sunday, July 22 at home. Fo r t A t k i n s o n ( 3 - 6 ) , Waterloo (2-6) and Utica (4-6) round out the rest of the regular season for Stoughton. Evansville will look to close out the season as the top seed with games a g a i n s t Fo r t A t k i n s o n , Albion (4-7), third-place Jefferson (9-1) and Clinton (2-10). “Our guys have struggled a little bit, and we’ve got a few guys digging their way out of holes, it’s starting to look better on offense,” Seffens said. “Hopefully, the defense will come around.”

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Utica third baseman Nick Woodstock throws to first base to gun down a Lake Mills’ baserunner in the bottom of the fourth inning. took the lead for good. Ben Hildebrandt singled back up the middle and stole second. One out later, Gartzke took advantage of a second chance to put the A’s ahead. Lake Mills first baseman Nick Lenzendorf dropped a pop up by Gartzke, who then fouled off six pitches before hitting a two-run home run. “I fouled off a lot of really good pitcher’s pitches, and honestly, I was just looking for something to drive Ben in from third,” Gartzke said. “I certainly didn’t think it was a home run. I think I shouted ‘tag’ as I was leaving home plate.” The A’s tacked on another run in the top of the eighth. Gartzke was hit by a pitch to lead off the inning. NIck Woodstock then reached base on an error before both were moved into scoring position. Stokstad walked to load the bases, and Nelson Raisbeck walked to drive in another run. Utica loaded the bases with one out following singles by Doug Vike and Gartzke. Woodstock was then hit by a pitch before Stokstad singled to plate a run and an error scored another.

What’s next Utica (4-6) travels to Waterloo and then hosts Jefferson in another big wekend. The A’s head to Waterloo at 7:30 p.m. Friday and then host Jefferson at 1  p.m. Sunday. Utica (1-4) travels to Lake Mills (2-2) at 7:30 p.m. Thursday for a East Section Night League game. The host Lake Mills Grays took an early lead but were unable to make it hold. Eric Burow doubled up the left-field line to plate a run in the bottom of the first and Jared Eichorst singled to right in the third to help Lake Mills jump out to an early 2-0 lead. Burow, the team’s centerfielder and No. 3 hitter, was tossed for arguing a call in the first after he was thrown out trying to score following a Utica throwing error at third base. “That was a big play,” Stokstad said. “He’s a good player and good hitter.” Utica took the lead back with three runs in the fourth inning as Gartzke doubled to left to plate a pair and another scored following a throw to second base on a steal. A pair of errors by the A’s allowed Lake Mills to regain the lead in the home half of the fourth.

Stokstad, who hadn’t pitched since the Fort Atkinson tournament (June 7), stuck out six and didn’t walk anyone. He allowed two earned runs on seven hits. “That was huge when we have two games in a week,” Gartzke said. “He hasn’t pitched in a month and he didn’t walk anyone. That’s outstanding, and what you need.”

McFarland 8, Utica 5 Utica and McFarland picked up where they left off two weeks ago on Sunday, and the A’s lost 8-5. The Muskies, who had lost at Stoughton earlier Sunday, stayed in town and hosted Utica for the conclusion of their game against the A’s, which resumed in the bottom of the fifth inning. McFarland had the bases loaded and two outs and trailed 5-3. The Muskies scraped one run across the plate, as Greg Riese hit a ball to third and beat the throw skipped to first by Woodstock. Aaron Schauer, who had already pitched a complete game earlier in the day, induced Nick Schreiber to hit into an inning-ending fielder’s choice. The A’s lost their shortstop in the top of the seventh as Hildebrandt, the Deerfield American Legion coach, had to leave for another game. Utica and Schauer looked good until the bottom of the seventh when McFarland scored four more runs to take the lead for good.

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Catcher Jake Wenzel is one of those guys the Merchants are expecting more from late in the season. Wenzel, who had been batting .143 with four hits in 28 at-bats prior to Sunday, went 4-for-4 at Norse Park against the Muskies. “It was kind of nice to get off of the schneid. I just tried to ease up my approach and put the ball in play,” Wenzel said. “I’ve been out on my front foot, ahead of quite a few pitches this year. I really tried to just keep my weight back today and it worked out.” Stoughton, which had struggled to generate much offense for the majority of the game, sent 13 batters to the plate to pull away with an eight-run fifth inning. Shortstop Winder Fuentes provided the spark the Merchants needed by leading off the inning with a solo home. Ahead in the count 3-1, Fuentes went down and got all of a Justin Hanson pitch, driving it over the right-field fence. Veteran designated hitter Dave Hanson singled on a 1-1 count to plate two runs, and third baseman T.J. DiPrizio doubled on a 3-1 count to plate two more in the inning. Left fielder Chris Lund highlighted the decisive inning,

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The Utica Home Talent team had a chance to improve its record to .500 and move into playoff contention in Sunday league play for the first time this season last week. One bad inning ultimately cost the A’s that chance, as they won two of three games but remain one game behind Cambridge (5-5) for the fourth and final playoff spot. Utica (4-6) had dug itself into an early hole this season, winning just one of its first six games in the Southeast Section. The A’s have won three of their last four, however. They have a Sunday League make-up game at 7:30 p.m. Friday in Waterloo (2-6). Sunday, the A’s host third-place Jefferson (9-1) at 1 p.m. Utica defeated Lake Mills and Clinton last week but fell to McFarland in a game continued on Sunday. “If we are going to get into the playoffs, we’re probably going to have to win out,” manager Christian Stokstad said. “We could have really used the win against McFarland to give us any sort of breathing room, if we had such a thing.” Utica (1-4) is at Lake Mills (2-2) in Thursday Night League action this week at 7:30 p.m.

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Stoughton left fielder Ben Gerber makes a sliding catch for the second out of the fourth inning Sunday against McFarland. The Merchants won the game 10-7.


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Merchants: Stoughton trails Evansville by a game Continued from page 10 connecting on a three-run home run, which he drove deep over the left-center field fence. “Some days we come out lackadaisical and don’t really turn it on until we get punched in the stomach,” Wenzel said. “Obviously, that eight-run inning kind of saved us today.” Ahead 8-5 through five-and-a-half innings, S t o u g h t o n t a c ke d o n a pair of insurance runs in the bottom of the sixth, as lead-off hitter Irvin Medina tripled home Ben Gerber, who was hit by a pitch. A McFarland error led to another run. The combined effort of Ben Riffle, Jeremy Dunnihoo and Erick Sperloen on the mound helped the Merchants win. Riffle allowed four runs over five innings to earn the win, striking out three. Dunnihoo entered the game in the sixth and threw two innings of relief, striking out one and allowing three runs. Sperloen recorded the final three outs in the ninth to record the save.

What’s next Stoughton (10-1) travels to Cambridge High School at 1 p.m. Saturday to play the Blues (5-5) and then hosts Fort Atkinson (3-6) at 1 p.m. Sunday in Southeast Section action next week. The Merchants (1-2) play at West Middleton (3-1) at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 12 and at Cross Plains (3-0) at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 17 in Thursday Night League Central Section action. Hanson suffered the loss, allowing 10 runs on 16 hits in eighth innings. He struck out four and walked one for the Muskies. Despite the final score, the game was all McFarland early as the Muskies took a 3-0 lead in the second inning thanks to an error and a sacrifice fly. S t o u g h t o n ’s d e f e n s e

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Winder Fuentes (12) celebrates his solo home run to lead off the fifth inning. The blast to right field sparked an eight-run inning for the Merchants, who went on to beat McFarland 10-7 at Norse Park. allowed two runs to score when McFarland outfielder Chris Sullivan singled to left field where the ball dropped behind a charging Gerber. Catcher Nick Knocke hit a sacrifice fly to center before Riffle worked out

Utica: A’s remain alive in playoff hunt Continued from page 10 Schauer then had to leave before the end, having struck out three and walked four in the loss. “It’s such a scramble to get all these games in. You don’t want to pile everything up late in the season,” Stokstad said. “Then you lose your shortstop and pitcher, and you have to wonder if we should have really done this after a home game.” Kyle White (3-for-5) singled, and Schreiber walked to lead off the inning. Riese singled in the game-tying run one out later. Utica right fielder Cole Demrow lost a fly ball in the sun, which led to another run and Dave Ellefson singled home the game’s final run. Stokstad took over for Schauer after a groundrule double by Kyle Bender (3-for-5) and didn’t allow a hit in 1 1/3 innings of relief. “We’ll have to regroup definitely,” Stokstad said. “It’s kind of frustrating, how everything happened. I don’t really think I was prepared with some of the moves to make.” Two weeks earlier, Utica had scored all five of its runs in the second inning. Martin and Ben Hildebrandt each singled home a run and Doug Vike was hit by a pitch to plate another. Gartzke highlighted the inning with a twoout, two-run double. Woodstock and Sam Raff each reached base with

of trouble with his second strike out of the inning. McFarland extended its lead to 4-0 as Nick Schreiber singled to right field with two outs. The ball got past Tanner Klitzke and just as Schreiber was about to pull up at third, the

Vikings knock off Milton, Fort before holiday What’s next

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The Stoughton Senior Legion team knocked off Fort Atkinson and Milton in two games before the Fourth of July. The Vikings (4-6 overall) shut out the Blackhawks 4-0 on July 2 and added a 5-3 win over the Red Hawks on July 3.

singles to lead off the second before moving up to second and third on a wild pitch. McFarland cut into the A’s lead with one run in the second and two more in the bottom of the third.

Utica 7, Clinton 2

Jump had two of the four RBIs by the A’s in the fifth inning. Andy Martin was 2-for-3. Woodstock and Gartzke were 2-for-4. J e ff A d a s a n d C a l e b Broege each went 2-for-4 to lead Clinton.

Schauer went the distance earlier Sunday as Utica Utica 2, Albion 0 rolled 7-2 at home against Cole Nelson pitched UtiClinton on Sunday. ca to a 2-0 Thursday Night Utica scored three runs in League shutout in a make-up the second inning and Cody game Friday at Albion.

Stoughton travels to the Stateline Youth Sports Complex in Beloit for the Senior Legion regional tournament from July 12-17.

Karlen had two hits and an RBI, and Ryan Curry added the other RBI. Kadin Milbauer led the offense C o n n o r K a l i n o w s - with three hits. ki dominated in a comp l e t e - g a m e , t h r e e - h i t Stoughton 5, Milton 3 shutout in a win over Fort M i l b a u e r a d d e d t wo Atkinson on July 2. RBIs in a 5-3 win over Kalinowski struck out Milton on July 3. seven and started ahead in The Vikings took a 4-1 the count much of the day lead after bringing home with 21 first-pitch strikes. three runs in the bottom of Ryan Novak had two the second and then added hits and two RBIs. Derek a run in the sixth to hold

Stoughton 4, Fort Atkinson 0

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a 6 p.m. Central Section Thursday Night League game. Tuesday, the Merchants travel to Cross Plains for a 7:30 p.m. Night League make-up game.

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Christian Stokstad tossed nine innings, allowing two earned runs on seven hits Sunday as Utica beat Lake Mills 8-4.

Merchants threw the ball into the dugout, allowing Schreiber to come home. Stoughton has a busy s l a t e o f ga m e s c o m i n g up over the next week. In addition to its two Sunday League games, it travels to West Middleton for

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off the Red Hawks. Trevor Ott earned the win. He struck out four in six innings. Curry struck out one in one inning. Stoughton travels to the Stateline Youth Sports Complex in Beloit for the Senior Legion regional tournament July 12-17. It is double-elimination and the winner of the tournament advances to the Legion state tournament from July 20-24. The Vikings take on East Troy at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. If they win, they take on the winner of Hartford and McFarland at 7:45 p.m. Friday. If they lose, they will take on either Oconomowoc or Beloit at 5:30 p.m. Friday. A Stoughton win in that game means another game at 7:45 p.m. Friday.

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2018 Stoughton Fair Results DAIRY CATTLE HOLSTEIN REG. SPRING CALF, GRADES3-5

1st - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Daniel Swain, Oak Park

GRADE SPRING CALF, GRADES 3-5

1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 1st - Quinn Furseth, Triangle Troopers

REG. SPRING CALF, GR. 6 & OVER

1st - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H

REGISTERED WINTER CALF

1st - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 1st - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 1st - Lindsey A Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers

1st - Rachel Drotzer, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 2nd - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 2nd - Aiden Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 3rd - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

GRADE WINTER CALF

1st - Kyra Kubehl, Marshall FFA 1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 2nd - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Garrison Furseth, Triangle Troopers

REGISTERED FALL CALF

1st - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 1st - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Molly Olstad, Triangle Troopers

1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 2nd - Gunnar Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Delaney Chronister, Springdale

GRADE FALL CALF

1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 1st - Kaden Grieser, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Steven Olson, Fulton 2nd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Karn Vethe, Cambridge FFA

REGISTERED SUMMER YEARLING

1st - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 1st - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 1st - Trista Barry, Twin Valley 2nd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 2nd - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels

GRADE SUMMER YEARLING

1st - Katy Henn, Oak Park 1st - Kaden Grieser, Cambridge FFA

REGISTERED SPRING YEARLING

1st - Sam Reynolds, Mudsliders 1st - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Megan Breuch, Triangle Troopers

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REG. WINTER YEARLING

1st - Sam Reynolds, Mudsliders 1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 1st - Katie Swain, Cambridge FFA

GRADE WINTER YEARLING

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JERSEY SUMMER YEARLING

1st - Molly Olstad, Triangle Troopers

JERSEY SPRING YEARLING

1st - Hannah Kurt, Marshall FFA 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Jacob Chadwick, Marshall FFA 2nd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

JERSEY WINTER YEARLING

1st - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Hannah Kurt, Marshall FFA

JERSEY FALL YEARLING

1st - Jacob Chadwick, Marshall FFA

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GRADE SPRING YEARLING

1st - Kyra Kubehl, Marshall FFA 1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Sophie Grieser, Cambridge FFA

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1st - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 1st - Gunnar Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Megan Breuch, Triangle Troopers

GRADE FALL YEARLING

1st - Hannah Kurt, Marshall FFA 1st - Karn Vethe, Cambridge FFA

COW, 2YRS OLD AND UNDER 3

1st - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 1st - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 1st - Sam Reynolds, Mudsliders

AGED COW, 4 YEARS AND OVER

1st - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA

SPRING CALF

1st - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge

WINTER CALF

1st - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

FALL CALF

1st - Logan Dykstra, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 1st - Bailey Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Joseph Schuch, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Forrest Burrington, Rutland 4-H

SUMMER YEARLING

1st - Maiya Koberle, Oregon FFA 1st - Gabe Walden, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

SPRING YEARLING

1st - Steven Olson, Fulton 1st - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 1st - Madeline McGinnis, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Faith Majors-Culp, Oregon FFA 2nd - Cole Xander, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

DRY COW, 3 YEARS AND OVER

1st - Kyra Kubehl, Marshall FFA 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers

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GUERNSEY WINTER CALF

1st - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds 1st - Lauryn Weisensel, Oak Park 1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 1st - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley

GUERNSEY FALL CALF

FALL YEARLING

1st - Isabel Dennis, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Maiya Koberle, Oregon FFA 2nd - Cole Xander, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

COW, 2 YRS AND UNDER 3

1st - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

COW, 3 YRS OLD AND UNDER 4

1st - Faith Majors-Culp, Oregon FFA

AGED COW, 4 YRS AND OVER

1st - Kiley Henn, Oak Park

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1st - Cain Clark, Cambridge 1st - Annie Meyer, Oak Park

SPRING YEARLING

1st - MaKayla Ramberg, Oak Park

COW, 2 YRS AND UNDER 3

1st - Daniel Swain, Oak Park

1st - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers

MILKING SHORTHORN FALL CALF

1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers

SHOWMANSHIP & BEST FITTED JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP GR. 3-5

1st - Joseph Schuch, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 1st - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Aiden Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Lauryn Weisensel, Oak Park 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Annie Meyer, Oak Park 2nd - Daniel Swain, Oak Park 2nd - Quinn Furseth, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Steven Olson, Fulton 3rd - Gabe Walden, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 3rd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 3rd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Forrest Burrington, Rutland 4-H

INTER. SHOWMANSHIP, GRADES 6-8

1st - Gunnar Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 1st - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 1st - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 2nd - Garrison Furseth, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Trista Barry, Twin Valley 3rd - Cain Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 3rd - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H 3rd - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP,GR 9 AND OV

1st - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Molly Olstad, Triangle Troopers 1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 1st - Lindsey A Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 1st - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley 1st - Kaden Grieser, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Hannah Kurt, Marshall FFA 2nd - Cole Xander, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 2nd - Sam Reynolds, Mudsliders 2nd - Kiley Henn, Oak Park 2nd - Megan Breuch, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sophie Grieser, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Logan Dykstra, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 3rd - Katy Henn, Oak Park 3rd - Rachel Drotzer, Cambridge FFA 4th - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 4th - Maiya Koberle, Oregon FFA 4th - Faith Majors-Culp, Oregon FFA 4th - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 4th - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 4th - Madeline McGinnis, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 4th - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 4th - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 4th - Bailey Clark, Oregon Headliners 4th - Isabel Dennis, Stoughton FFA 4th - Karn Vethe, Cambridge FFA

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STRAIGHT BR SUMMER YRLG

1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 1st - Nicole S Bakken, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

STRAIGHT BREED JR YRLG

1st - Kyra Kubehl, Marshall FFA 1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove 1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Grace M Link, Triangle Troopers 1st - Nicole S Bakken, Stoughton FFA 1st - Mariah Miller, Trail Blazers 2nd - Bailey George, Oregon FFA 2nd - Cain Clark, Cambridge

STRAIGHT BR FEMALE 2 YRS OR OL

1st - Ben Chadwick, Marshall FFA 1st - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers

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1st - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H

COMMERCIAL SUMMER YLG HEIFER

1st - Lindsey Kramer, Oregon Headliners

1st - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 2nd - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

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1st - Ben Chadwick, Marshall FFA 1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Grace M Link, Triangle Troopers 1st - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 2nd - Austin Kramer, Oregon FFA 2nd - Faith Majors-Culp, Oregon FFA 2nd - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

PAIR OF FEMALES

1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Grace M Link, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers

STEER CLASSES DAIRY STEERS

1st - Hannah Kurt, Marshall FFA 1st - Maiya Koberle, Oregon FFA 2nd - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Brooke Vike, Mudsliders

BRITISH BREED BEEF STEERS

1st - Bailey George, Oregon FFA 1st - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove 1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners

ANY OTHER BREED

1st - Austin Kramer, Oregon FFA 1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove 2nd - Austin Kramer, Oregon FFA 2nd - Taylor Kramer, Oregon Headliners

CROSSBRED STEERS

1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Ben Chadwick, Marshall FFA 1st - Madalyn Pottinger, McFarland Sparks 1st - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H

PAIR OF STEERS

1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove

SHOWMANSHIP JR. SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Lindsey Kramer, Oregon Headliners

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 1st - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Cain Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Taylor Kramer, Oregon Headliners

SR. SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Bailey George, Oregon FFA 1st - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Emma Hermsdorf, Cottage Grove 1st - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 2nd - Maiya Koberle, Oregon FFA 2nd - Faith Majors-Culp, Oregon FFA 2nd - Madalyn Pottinger, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Brooke Vike, Mudsliders 2nd - Mariah Miller, Trail Blazers

SWINE MARKET HOGS PUREBRED GILT

1st - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H

CROSSBRED GILT

1st - Kaylee Miller, Evansville 4-H 1st - Aiden Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Gunnar Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaylee Miller, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers


Stoughton Fair Results

ConnectStoughton.com 2nd - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

PUREBRED BARROW

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Brooke L Ace, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Samantha Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 4H 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 1st - Coltin Suddeth, Stoughton FFA 1st - Shelby T Veum, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Waylon Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Drew Langer, Renegades 2nd - Thomas Ruth, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Brooke Vike, Mudsliders 2nd - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Brooke Marshall, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Ben Outhouse, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Jack Conant, Rutland 4-H

CROSSBRED BARROW

1st - Gabe Klahn, Dayton Dairylanders 1st - Gabe Klahn, Dayton Dairylanders 1st - Cain Clark, Cambridge 1st - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Aiden Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 1st - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 1st - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 2nd - Wyatt Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Drew Langer, Renegades 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Jack Conant, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Alison Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Bryce Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Mariah Miller, Trail Blazers

SHOWMANSHIP SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Coltin Suddeth, Stoughton FFA 1st - Shelby T Veum, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Ben Outhouse, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Samantha Zweck, Trail Blazers 3rd - Waylon Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Brooke L Ace, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Alison Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Bryce Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Mariah Miller, Trail Blazers

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Samantha Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 4H 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Gunnar Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Wyatt Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Drew Langer, Renegades 3rd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 3rd - Cain Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Jack Conant, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Gabe Klahn, Dayton Dairylanders 1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 2nd - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Aiden Sperle, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Kaylee Miller, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 3rd - Thomas Ruth, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 3rd - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Brooke Marshall, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H

SHEEP HAMPSHIRES REG SPRING RAM LAMB

1st - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

REG SPRING EWE

1st - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 2nd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

ANY OTHER WOOL BREED REG SPRING RAM LAMB

1st - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG YEARLING EWE

1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG SPRING EWE

1st - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 1st - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG PAIR OF LAMBS

1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG FLOCK

1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

ANY OTHER MEAT BREED REG SPRING RAM LAMB

1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG YRLG EWE

1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG FALL EWE

1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

REG PAIR OF LAMBS

1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers

HIGH GRADE EWE HIGH GRADE SPRING EWE LAMB

1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Lucas Haag, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

MARKET LAMBS MARKET LAMB, LIGHT WEIGHT

1st - Lain Demrow, Fulton 4-H 1st - Lucas Haag, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Blake Gieck, Cambridge FFA

MARKET LAMB, MED. WEIGHT

1st - Lain Demrow, Fulton 4-H 1st - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Lucas Haag, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 3rd - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers

MARKET LAMB, HEAVY WEIGHT

1st - Samantha Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 4H 1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 1st - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers

BRED AND OWNED SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP, GR.6-

1st - Samantha Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 4H 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Zane Breuch, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H 3rd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP, GR.3-5

1st - Lain Demrow, Fulton 4-H 1st - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Lucas Haag, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Summer Rake, Arlington Prairie Producers 1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers

GOATS SHOWMANSHIP

2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Victor Everson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Owen Fleming, Johnstown 4-H 1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 2nd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

MILKING DOES UNDER 2 YEARS OF AGE

1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Ben Burkhalter, Stoughton FFA

AT LEAST 2YRS AND UNDER 3 YRS

1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Kat Eugster, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 3rd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 3rd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 4th - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

AT LEAST 3YRS AND UNDER 4 YRS

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge

AT LEAST 4 YRS AND UNDER 5 YRS

1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers

OVER 5 YRS OF AGE

1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Kat Eugster, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades

JUNIOR GOATS JUNIOR KID

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 3rd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

INTERMEDIATE KID

1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Haylie Howard, Fulton 2nd - Drew Langer, Renegades 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kat Eugster, Stoughton FFA 3rd - Holden Howard, Fulton 3rd - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 3rd - Victor Everson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Ben Burkhalter, Stoughton FFA

SENIOR KID

1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H

1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Holden Howard, Fulton 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 3rd - Haylie Howard, Fulton 3rd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 3rd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

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2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers

2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 4th - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H

POULTRY STANDARD

ANY AMER, BREED/VAR, PULLET

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

ANY AMER, BREED /VAR COCKEREL

1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

JUNIOR YEARLING

1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter

SENIOR YEARLING

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 1st - Kat Eugster, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 3rd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 3rd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

GROUP CLASSES

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1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

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PRODUCE OF DAM

1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

EXHIBITOR HERD

1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

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BOER GOATS SR. BOER GOAT

1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers

JR. BOER GOAT

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1st - Owen Fleming, Johnstown 4-H 1st - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers

ANY OTHER MEAT GOAT BREED WETHERS

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Owen Fleming, Johnstown 4-H 2nd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Drew Langer, Renegades 3rd - Katie Zettle, Renegades

DOES

1st - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers

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SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Lauren Raskovic, New Glarus FFA 1st - Kat Eugster, Stoughton FFA 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Marie Harried, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Ben Burkhalter, Stoughton FFA

Hanna Brattlie, Rabbits, Lake Ripley 4-H

Greta Kantzler, Goats, Cambridge 4-H

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 1st - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

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3rd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 4th - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 4th - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 4th - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ANY AMER, BREED VARIETY, COCK

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

ANY AMER BREED/VARIETY, HEN

1st - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Laura Johnson, Questars 2nd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 2nd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

Stoughton Fair Results ANY MED. BREED/VARIETY, COCKER

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 3rd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H

ANY MED BREED/VARIETY, PULLET

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 4th - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 4th - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H

ANY MED. BREED VARIETY, COCK

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge

Ekaterina Swain, Dairy Cattle, Cambridge FFA

ANY MED BREED/VARIETY, HEN

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 1st - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

ANY ASIATIC BR/VARIETY, PULLET

2nd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY ASIATIC BR/ VARIETY COCK

1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

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ANY ASIATIC BR/VARIETY, HEN

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 3rd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

ANY ENG. BR/VARIETY, COCKEREL

1st - Owen Young, Fulton 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Cate Ehle, Triangle Troopers 4th - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY ENG. BR/VARIETY, PULLET

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Parker Ertl, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Rilee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Cate Ehle, Triangle Troopers 4th - Owen Young, Fulton 4th - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 4th - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 4th - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

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ANY ENG. BR/VARIETY, COCK

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1st - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge

ANY ENG. BR/VARIETY, HEN

1st - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 1st - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 3rd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 3rd - Laura Johnson, Questars 3rd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY CONT. BR/VAR, COCKEREL

1st - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 4th - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners

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ANY CONTIN. BR./VAR, PULLET

1st - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 1st - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Rilee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 4th - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

ANY CONT. BR/VARIETY, HEN

1st - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners

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ANY OTHER STANDARD, COCKEREL

Emma Hanisko, Model Rocket, Cambridge FFA

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY OTHER STANDARD, PULLET

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Rilee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Parker Ertl, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Cate Ehle, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers

ANY OTHER STANDARD, COCK

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

ANY OTHER STANDARD, HEN

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Laura Johnson, Questars 2nd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars

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BANTAMS SINGLE COMB CLEAN LEG, COCKERE

1st - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

3rd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners

SINGLE COMB, CLEAN LEG PULLET

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Lillian Elmer, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

SINGLE COMB, CLEAN LEG, COCK

1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners

SINGLE COMB, CLEAN LEG, HEN

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

ROSE COMB, CLEAN LEG, COCKEREL

1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners

ROSE COMB, CLEAN LEG PULLET

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Parker Ertl, Oregon Headliners

ROSE COMB, CLEAN LEG, COCK

1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

ROSE COMB, CLEAN LEG, HEN

1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers

ANY FEATHER LEGGED, COCKEREL

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Owen Young, Fulton 2nd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

ANY FEATHER LEGGED PULLET

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Owen Young, Fulton 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners

ANY FEATHER LEGGED COCK

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 3rd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

ANY FEATHER LEGGED HEN

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Ava Elmer, Oregon Headliners 1st - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Analee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY VAR GAME BANT. COCKEREL

1st - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

GAME BANTAM, PULLET

4th - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ANY VAR GAME BANTAM COCK

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

ANY VAR GAME BANTAM HEN

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

ANY OTHER COMB, CL LEG COCKEREL

1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 4th - Parker Ertl, Oregon Headliners

ANY OTHER COMB, CL LEG PULLET

1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 4th - Parker Ertl, Oregon Headliners

ANY OTHER COMB, CL LEG COCK

3rd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

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1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge

DUCKS BANTAM DRAKE

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

BANTAM DUCK

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

LIGHT DRAKE

1st - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

LIGHT DUCK

1st - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville

MEDIUM DRAKE

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

MEDIUM DUCK

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 4th - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 4th - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge

HEAVY DRAKE

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

HEAVY DUCK

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Cole Xander, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

GEESE MEDIUM GANDER

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H

MEDIUM GOOSE

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H

HEAVY GANDER

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H

HEAVY GOOSE

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H

TURKEYS BRONZE TOM

1st - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 3rd - Drew Langer, Renegades 3rd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

BRONZE HEN

1st - Wyatt Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 1st - Drew Langer, Renegades 1st - Katie Zettle, Renegades 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Rachael Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 3rd - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H

BROAD WHITE TOM

1st - Waylon Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H 2nd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge

BROAD WHITE HEN

1st - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 1st - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Drew Langer, Renegades 2nd - Katie Zettle, Renegades

MARKET BIRDS ROASTERS, 2 BIRDS, 6# OR OVER

1st - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

BROILERS, 2 YOUNG BIRDS 3#-5

1st - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 1st - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Owen Fleming, Johnstown 4-H 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

PIGEONS ANY FANCY MALE

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter

ANY FANCY FEMALE

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter

SNY PERFORMANCE MALE

1st - Thomas Ruth, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

ANY PERFORMANCE FEMALE

1st - Thomas Ruth, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

EGGS BEST WHITE (DOZEN)

1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars

BEST BROWN (DOZEN)

1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 1st - Trista Barry, Twin Valley 2nd - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 2nd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H

BEST GREEN/PASTEL (DOZEN)

1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

SHOWMANSHIP JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Thomas Peterson, Cambridge 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Curtis Peterson, Cambridge 4-H 2nd - Owen Fleming, Johnstown 4-H 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Gabriel Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Rachael Klitzman, Evansville 4-H

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Laura Johnson, Questars 1st - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Joe Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Wyatt Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Rilee Gausmann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 3rd - Gabby Schultz, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Denise Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Cole Xander, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 3rd - Waylon Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Carol Rankin, Belleville Busy Beavers

RABBITS COMMERCIAL BREED RABBITS NEW ZEALAND SENIOR BUCK

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Grace Newcomb, Renegades 4th - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H

NEW ZEALAND SENIOR DOE

1st - Grace Newcomb, Renegades 1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

NEW ZEALAND JUNIOR BUCK

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

NEW ZEALAND JUNIOR DOE

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H

ANY OTHER COMMERCIA BR SR BUCK

1st - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 3rd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL BR SR DOE

1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter

ANY OTHER COMMERCIAL BR JR BUC

1st - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

ANY OTHER COMMECIAL BR JR DOE

1st - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

FANCY BREED RABBITS DUTCH SENIOR DOE

1st - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Jake Julseth, Triangle Troopers

MINI REX SENIOR BUCK

1st - Lydia Oliphant, Blue Ribbon 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Haylie Howard, Fulton 2nd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Karlee Procter, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Lilliana Procter, Triangle Troopers

MINI REX SENIOR DOE

1st - Holden Howard, Fulton 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Haylie Howard, Fulton 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Alayna Procter, Triangle Troopers 4th - Irene Johll, Oregon Headliners

MINI REX JUNIOR BUCK

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H


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4th - Cain Clark, Cambridge

MINI REX JUNIOR DOE

1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers 3rd - Olivia Bakken, Trail Blazers

HOLLAND SENIOR BUCK

1st - Grace Newcomb, Renegades 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners

HOLLAND SENIOR DOE

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H

HOLLAND JUNIOR BUCK

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

HOLLAND JUNIOR DOE

1st - Olivia Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

3rd - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

PET RABBITS EXHIBITOR GR 3-5. BUCK OR DOE

1st - Rachael Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

EXHIBITOR GR 6-8, BUCK OR DOE

1st - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 1st - Cody Kaashagen, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H 2nd - Karlie Olson, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Wyatt Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Jake Julseth, Triangle Troopers

EXHIB GR 9 /OVER, BUCK/DOE

1st - Hannah Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Jack Haak, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Waylon Klitzman, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Bryce Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA

CAVIES AMERICAN: ALL COLORS INTERMEDIATE BOAR

1st - Samantha Hanner, Oregon FFA

ANY OTHER BREED SENIOR BOAR

MINI LOP SENIOR BUCK

1st - Samantha Hanner, Oregon FFA

MINI LOP SENIOR DOE

1st - Samantha Hanner, Oregon FFA 2nd - Cain Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge

1st - Haylie Howard, Fulton 2nd - Holden Howard, Fulton 2nd - Jake Julseth, Triangle Troopers 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

NETHERLAND DWARF SR BUCK

1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Molly Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Noah Bitz, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Hank Vanthournout, Porter

NETHERLAND DWARF SR DOE

1st - Hank Vanthournout, Porter 2nd - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter

NEATHERLAND DWARF JUNIOR BUCK

2nd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

ANY RUNNING BREED, JR. BUCK

1st - Holden Howard, Fulton 4th - Karlie Olson, Triangle Troopers

ANY OTHER FANCY BR. SR BUCK

1st - Haylie Howard, Fulton 1st - Riley Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Holden Howard, Fulton 3rd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

ANY OTHER FANCY BR SR DOE

1st - Holden Howard, Fulton 1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Haylie Howard, Fulton 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

SENIOR SOW

TEDDY: ALL COLORS PET CAVY- ALL AGES- BOAR

1st - Adeline Quirt, Trail Blazers

DOGS DOG OBEDIENCE TRIALS PRE-NOVICE OBEDIENCE TRIAL A

1st - Saige Hammis, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers

PRE-NOVICE OBEDIENCE TRIAL B

1st - Alexis Daugird, Waunakee Whirlwinds 1st - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

NOVICE OBEDIENCE TRIAL A

MEAT PEN

SINGLE FRYER

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter

SHOWMANSHIP SENIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Mackenzie Vanthournout, Porter 1st - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Bryce Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA

INTERMEDIATE SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Emma Hellberg, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Aevri Ciha, Cambridge 2nd - Tiffany Lynn Stach, Cambridge 4-H 2nd - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Cody Kaashagen, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Cain Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Kaden Armenta, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Delaney Chronister, Springdale

JUNIOR SHOWMANSHIP

1st - Noah Bitz, Evansville 4-H 1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 3rd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

GARDEN DISPLAY: EXHIB. GR 3-5

1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Langdon Dobbs, Evansville4-H 2nd - Jacob Johnson, Cambridge

GARDEN DISPLAY: EXHIB. GR 6-8

1st - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Nickolas Johnson, Cambridge 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 3rd - Angela Hark, Triangle Troopers 4th - Ryan Redford, Cambridge

GARDEN DISPLAY: EXHIB. GR 9 OV

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 4th - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

POTATOES ANY EARLY VARIETY

1st - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 4th - Langdon Dobbs, Evansville4-H

ANY LATE VARIETY

2nd - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H

FLOWER GARDEN/HOME GROUNDS IMP MIXED ZINNIAS

1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 4th - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

MARIGOLDS

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA 3rd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

SNAP DRAGONS

4th - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

SINGLE PETUNIA

SHOWMANSHIP DOG SHOWMANSHIP, GRADES 3-5

1st - Saige Hammis, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers

DOG SHOWMANSHIP GRADE 6-8

GRADES 9-13

FARM CROPS CROPS SHEAF OATS

1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels

FIELD CORN

1st - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Ashley Nelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 3rd - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 4th - Nickolas Johnson, Cambridge 4th - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 4th - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers

SHEAF FORAGE, SAMPLE HAYLAGE

1st - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels

SHEAF FORAGE, BALE/SLICE

1st - Clayton Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 1st - Cole Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Carter Stenjem, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Leah Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley 4th - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 4th - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H

TOBACCO

1st - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 4th - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H

SHEAF OF WHEAT

1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Tyce Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H

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MINIATURE ROSE

1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers

ANY OTHER PERENNIAS

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers

ARRANGEMENT OF 3 DIFFERENT

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers

HOUSEPLANTS I POTTED GERANIUM

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 3rd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

FOLIAGE PLANT

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 4th - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers

CONTAINER OF 3 DIFFERENT VAR

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

POTTED VIOLET

2nd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

HOUSEPLANTS II TUBEROUS ROOTED BEGOINIA

2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

TERRARIM OR DISH GARDEN

4th - Ashley Nelson, Rutland 4-H

IMPATIENS PLANT

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

ANY OTHER FLOWERING PLANT

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

HERB GARDEN

1st - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Langdon Dobbs, Evansville4-H

CHOCOLATE CAKE, NO MIX

1st - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ATRICLE FOR USE OUTDOORS

Danika Wanish, Marketable Craft, Diligent Doers

1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 1st - Drew Toso, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Olivia Ibeling, Cambridge 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge

ARTICLE OF FURNITURE/ CABINET

1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale

ARTICLE FOR USE IN HOME

1st - Cain Clark, Cambridge 1st - Seth Batker, Oregon Headliners 1st - Jack Conant, Rutland 4-H 1st - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Adela Arrington, Cambridge 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Ashton Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

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ART. FOR FARM OR HOME WORKSHOP

1st - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds

ART FOR USE OUTDOORS

1st - Grant Delzer, Fulton

ART. OF FURNITURE/CABINET MAKI

Samantha Derrick, Cake Decorating, Oregon Headliners

1st - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA

ARTICLE FOR USE IN HOME

TOY OR HOMEMADE GAME

EXHIBITORS GRADE 3

HYDRANGEA

YELLOW OR WHITE CAKE, NO MIX

4th - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers

ART. FOR FARM OR HOME WORKSHOP

DAHLIA

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Delaney Chronister, Springdale

POTATO LEFSE

1st - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin

1st - Tanner Clark, Oregon Headliners

FOODS AND NUTRITION

1st - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

1st - Taylor Kramer, Oregon Headliners 1st - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 2nd - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 4th - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

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GLADIOLAS

CALLA LILY-1 SPIKE

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

BANANA BREAD

ARTICLE FOR USE IN HOME

1st - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 1st - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley

LILLIES

CORNMEAL MUFFINS

2nd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers

ANY OTHER ANNUAL

1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 3rd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

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1st - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

1st - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

PRE-OPEN OBEDIENCE TRIAL

1st - Mikayla Clarke, Dane Co. Ponies and Paws

1st - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 2nd - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin

ANY OTHER FANCY BR JR DOE

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

ARTICLE FOR USE OUTDOORS

1st - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

1st - Mikayla Clarke, Dane Co. Ponies and Paws 1st - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

MEAT PEN

HOME OR MARKET GARDEN

NOVICE OBEDIENCE TRIAL B

ANY OTHER FANCY BR JR BUCK

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

WOODWORKING GRADE 3

2nd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

1st - Caitlin Beyler, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

WOODWORKING

HORTICULTURE

1st - Avery Scanlon-Laemmrich, Triangle Troopers

1st - Alexis Daugird, Waunakee Whirlwinds 1st - Avery Scanlon-Laemmrich, Triangle Troopers

1st - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Kincaid Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Hope Lunde, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

4th - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA

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DROP COOKIE

2nd - Cate Ehle, Triangle Troopers

BROWNIES

1st - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

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1st - Corley Suddeth, Triangle Troopers

NUTRITIOUS SNACK

2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

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EXHIBITORS GRADES 4-5 COOKIES- PEANUT BUTTER

1st - June Berquist, Oregon Headliners 1st - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Ashlee Olson, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

OTHER NUTRITIOUS COOKIES

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners

BROWNIE

1st - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers

Jennifer Barbian, Crafts, Cross Plains Wanamakers

MUFFINS- BLUEBERRY

2nd - Landon Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

CAKE MIX- WHITE OR YELLOW

1st - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 1st - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers

CAKE MIX- CHOCOLATE

1st - Lindsey Kramer, Oregon Headliners 1st - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H

CAKE MIX - ANGEL FOOD

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers

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NUTRITIOUS SNACK MIX

1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Grace Griffin, McFarland Sparks

NO BAKE CEREAL BAR/ DROP COOKI

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sydney Watson, Fulton 2nd - Lindsey Kramer, Oregon Headliners

BARS

Emma Hermsdorf, Beef Cattle, Cottage Grove 4-H

1st - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Lindsey Kramer, Oregon Headliners

EDUCATIONAL POSTER

1st - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners

EXHIBITORS GRADES 6-8 COOKIES, REFRIGERATOR

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4th - Brady Wethal, Rutland 4-H

COOKIES- ROLLED, CUT OUT

2nd - Madisen Zych, Renegades

CINNAMON COFFEE CAKE

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Geoff Saemann, Boy Scouts

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ANY OTHER CAKE, NO MIX

1st - Ryan Redford, Cambridge 1st - Taylor Kramer, Oregon Headliners

BROWNIE (4” SQUARE, NO MIX)

1st - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 2nd - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 3rd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin

BARS

1st - Madisen Zych, Renegades 1st - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Taylor Kramer, Oregon Headliners

EDUCATIONAL POSTER

Stoughton Fair Results EXHIBITOR GRADES 9 & OVER NATIONALITY COOKIES

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

PINWHEELS

1st - Sydney Tone, Triangle Troopers

1st - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

DINNER ROLLS

2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

YEAST CINNAMON ROLLS

1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

WHITE BREAD

1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

POTATO LEFSE

1st - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA

ANGEL FOOD CAKE, NO MIX

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers

Becca Ehle, Baking, Triangle Troopers

TWO CRUST PIE

1st - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Olivia Bakken, Trail Blazers

TURNOVER

2nd - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers

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1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Olivia Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers 2nd - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

BARS

1st - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds 1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Shelby Tone, Triangle Troopers 4th - Clarice Loeffelholz, Belleville Busy Beavers

CAKE DECORATING DECORATED COOKIES

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1st - Sydney Watson, Fulton 2nd - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers 3rd - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers

DECORATED CUPCAKES

DECORATED COOKIES

2nd - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

BIRTHDAY CAKE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

SPECIAL OCCASION

1st - Ben Kopp, McFarland Sparks

TOMATO JUICE

2nd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

OTHER VEGETABLES

1st - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Landon Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

JAM, COOKED

1st - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers 2nd - Landon Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 3rd - Rylee Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

FREEZER JAM

1st - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers 4th - Megan Gille, Triangle Troopers

EXHIBITORS GRADES 7 & OVER TOMATO JUICE

1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H

TOMATOES

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 4th - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

OTHER BERRIES OR FRUIT

1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers

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4 COLOR PRINTS

1st - Ava Ferrell, Fulton 4-H 1st - Isabella Swain, Oak Park 1st - Claire Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 1st - Elizabeth Klitzke, Rutland 4-H 1st - Collin Gray, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Grace Haak, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Waylen Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Wyatt Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Isaac Hawkey, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Kaydence Henke, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Gunder Nelson, Triangle Troopers 4th - Emerson Holloway, Mudsliders

ART PROJECT

1st - Emmett Young, Fulton 1st - Jocelyn Nifong, LaPrairie 1st - Isabella Swain, Oak Park 2nd - Grace Wileman, Renegades 2nd - Evan Griffin, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Paige Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Collin Gray, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Kyle Durkee, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Mickoline Swain, Oak Park 3rd - Aina Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Lilah Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin

SIMPLE PROJECT

NOVELTY CAKE

3rd - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers

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EXHIBITORS GRADES 3-6

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CLOVERBUDS POSTER ON CARE OF FEEDING

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CLOVERBUDS

1st - Grayson Wethal, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Waylen Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Elizabeth Klitzke, Rutland 4-H

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1st - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 4th - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers

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BIRTHDAY CAKE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

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2nd - Luke Keller, McFarland Sparks 4th - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

1st - Grace Wileman, Renegades 1st - Zackary Durkee, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Cryssie Zych, Renegades 2nd - Claire Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Cannon Suddeth, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Grace Haak, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Julie Zelinka, Diligent Doers

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JELLY, COOKED

1st - Saige Hammis, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Lilliana Procter, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Karlee Procter, Triangle Troopers 4th - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Ashlee Olson, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

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JAM,COOKED

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers 4th - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA 4th - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

GREEN BEANS

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

BEET PICKLES

2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

BREAD AND BUTTER PICKLES

4th - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

DILL PICKLES

1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

ONE HOUSE PLANT HOLIDAY ARTICLE

2nd - Julie Zelinka, Diligent Doers

MODEL AIRPLANE, ROCKET

1st - Easton Klein, Oak Park 2nd - Zackary Durkee, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Jocelyn Nifong, LaPrairie 2nd - Kaydence Henke, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Cannon Suddeth, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Izaak Bitz, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Tyler Bitz, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Wyatt Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

CERAMIC OR CLAY ARTICLE

1st - Ava Ferrell, Fulton 4-H 1st - Mickoline Swain, Oak Park 1st - Gunder Nelson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Waylen Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Brooke Brekken, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sam Brekken, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Grace Haak, Evansville 4-H 3rd - Lucy Lee, Fulton 3rd - Claire Bergeland, Oregon Headliners

WOOD ARTICLE

1st - Aina Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Grayson Wethal, Rutland 4-H 1st - Kaydence Henke, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Zackary Durkee, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Lilah Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Collin Gray, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Paige Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Becca Ehle, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Cannon Suddeth, Triangle Troopers

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1st - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 1st - Addison Klein, Oak Park 2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades

HOME FURNISHINGS HOME FURNISHINGS GRADES 3-4 PLACEMATS AND NAPKINS

2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

ORIGINAL CREATIVE ROOM ACCESSO

1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers

HOME FURNISHINGS GRADES 5-8 SIMPLE CUTRAINS OR DRAPES

1st - Madisen Zych, Renegades

4th - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers

WALL ACCESSORY

2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

ORIGINAL CREATIVE WALL ACCESSO

1st - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

MATTED PICTURE

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

ORIGINAL CREATIVE ROOM ACC

2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Lauryn Weisensel, Oak Park

DECORATIVE PLANTER

2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades

FRAMED PICTURE

2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

HOME FURNISHINGS GR 9 & OVER DECORATIVE PILOW

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H

RUG

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers

STITCHERY ARTICLE

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

ORIGINAL CREATIVE WALL ACCESSO

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

ORIGINAL CREATIVE ROOM ACCESSO

1st - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 1st - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

REMODELED OR RECYCLED ROOM ACC

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

MATTED PICTURE

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

DRESS

1st - Madisen Zych, Renegades 1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 1st - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners

GARMENT FOR ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL

1st - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 1st - Zak Oliphant, Blue Ribbon

ANY OTHER GARMENT

2nd - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers

GARMENT FOR CHILD 12 AND YOUNG

2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners

ARTICLE FOR HOME

1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

NON-WEARABLE QUILTED ARTICLE

1st - Delaney Chronister, Springdale 1st - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ADVANCED, GRADES 9 AND OVER SLEEPWEAR OR LOUNGEWEAR

1st - Lecy Zych, Renegades

GARMENT FOR PERSON 13 & OVER

1st - Hyrum Oliphant, Blue Ribbon

ARTICLE FOR HOME

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

NON-WEARABLE QUILTED ARTICLE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA

KNITTING & CROCHETING BEGINNING KNITTING SCARF

2nd - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers

ARTICLE FOR THE HOME

2nd - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers

INTERMEDIATE KNITTING SCARF

CHILD DEVELOPMENT

2nd - Trista Barry, Twin Valley

2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

CHILD DEVELOPMENT SCRAPBOOK ABOUT MYSELF

1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

STUFFED TOY FOR CHILD

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

ACTIVE PLAY TOY

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

POSTER ON YOUR RESPONSIBILTIES

2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ART WORK OR ITEM

2nd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

ROOM ACCESSORY

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

CLOTHING BEGINNING CLOTHING, GRADE 3 SIMPLE ARTICLE FOR HOME PILLOWS

SIMPLE SLEEPWEAR

TOTE BAG OR BACKPACK

2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin

DRESS

1st - Corley Suddeth, Triangle Troopers

JUMPSUIT, LONG OR SHORT

1st - Corley Suddeth, Triangle Troopers

BEGINNING, GRADES 4-5 ARTICLE FOR HOME

EXPLORERS

2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

EXPLORERS

1st - Ashlee Olson, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

PAPER ARTICLE

SKIRT OR COULOTTES

1st - Trista Barry, Twin Valley

2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin

1st - Addison Klein, Oak Park

SLEEPWEAR/LOUNGEWEAR

FRAMED PICTURE

DRAWING OR PAINTING

ART OR CRAFT PROJECT

NON-WEARABLE ARTICLE

1st - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

1st - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 1st - Katie Huchthausen, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Felicity Franseen, Renegades

1st - Corley Suddeth, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin

1st - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 1st - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Addison Klein, Oak Park

INTERMEDIATE, GRADES 6-8

REFINISHED OR REMODELED

BEADS ARTICLE

1st - Evan Griffin, McFarland Sparks 1st - Mickoline Swain, Oak Park 1st - Lainey Conant, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Kyle Durkee, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Isabella Swain, Oak Park 2nd - Noah Derrick, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Gunder Nelson, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Aina Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Lilah Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Paige Holmquist, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Elizabeth Klitzke, Rutland 4-H

GARMENT FOR ANOTHER INDIVIDUAL

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers

1st - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 3rd - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers

3rd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H

1st - Lainey Conant, Rutland 4-H

NON-WEARABLE QUILTED ARTICLE

2nd - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Kandee Whaley, Kegonsa Hustlers

PILLOW FOR CHILD’S ROOM

2nd - Adela Arrington, Cambridge 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge

PAPER ARTICLE

1st - Julie Zelinka, Diligent Doers

3rd - Ava Binsfeld, McFarland Sparks

SIMPLE ARTICLE FOR SELF

JUMPSUIT

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers

NON-WEARABLE ARTICLE

1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

ARTICLE FOR HOME

BEGINNING CROCHET SCARF

1st - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners

ANY OTHER ARTICLE TO BE WORN

2nd - Sydney Watson, Fulton

ARTICLE FOR THE HOME

2nd - Owen Young, Fulton

STUFFED TOY

1st - Quinn Furseth, Triangle Troopers

INTERMEDIATE CROCHET HAT

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

SCARF

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

STUFFED TOY

1st - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers

ADVANCED CROCHET ARTICLE FOR THE HOME

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

ORIGINAL DESIGN

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

STUFFED TOY

1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

CRAFTS EXHIBITORS GRADES 3-6 CERAMIC ARTICLE FROM MOLDS

1st - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 3rd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers

CERAMIC ARTICLE HAND BUILT

1st - Olivia Ibeling, Cambridge 1st - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Brayden Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Laura Johnson, Questars 2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers 3rd - Adeline Quirt, Trail Blazers


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WOOD ARTICLE

1st - Wyatt Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Landon Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin

PAPER ARTICLE

1st - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

GLASS ARTICLE

2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin

FABRIC ARTICLE

1st - Lily Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Olivia Ibeling, Cambridge 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Brayden Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H

NATURES NATURALS ARTICLE

1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers

BEADS ARTICLE

1st - Adela Arrington, Cambridge 1st - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H

LEATHER ARTICLE

1st - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

DRAWINGS, PEN OR PENCIL

1st - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 1st - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Langdon Dobbs, Evansville4-H 3rd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers

PAINTINGS, OIL/ACRYLIC/WATERCO

1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 1st - Lily Maerz, Rutland 4-H 1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Tara Bettenhausen, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - MaKenna Angerhofer, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Laura Johnson, Questars 2nd - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Adeline Quirt, Trail Blazers 3rd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers 3rd - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H 4th - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 4th - Daniel Swain, Oak Park

DRAWINGS, PASTELS

1st - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 1st - Adeline Quirt, Trail Blazers 2nd - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Grace Griffin, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 4th - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

DRAWINGS, MIXED MEDIA

1st - Saige Hammis, Kegonsa Hustlers 1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kennedy Dobbs, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Langdon Dobbs, Evansville4-H 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Megan Gille, Triangle Troopers 4th - Sarah Rebuttini, Cambridge 4th - Daniel Swain, Oak Park

DRAWINGS, ANY MEDIA

1st - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Megan Gille, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 3rd - Daniel Swain, Oak Park 4th - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners

ANY OTHER MARKETABLE CRAFT

1st - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Owen Young, Fulton 2nd - Grace Griffin, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers 2nd - Lydia Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Megan Gille, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Daniel Swain, Oak Park 4th - Jacob Johnson, Cambridge

EXHIBITORS GRADES 7 AND OVER CERAMIC ARTICLE FROM MOLDS

1st - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Angela Hark, Triangle Troopers 3rd - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers

CERAMIC ARTICLE, HAND BUILT

1st - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 1st - Lexi Liddicoat, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Victor Everson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Cole Maxson, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

WOOD ARTICLE

1st - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Victor Everson, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

PAPER ARTICLE

1st - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 1st - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Zak Oliphant, Blue Ribbon 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H

BREAD DOUGH ARTICLE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge

GLASS ARTICLE

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

FABRIC ARTICLE

1st - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA 1st - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 2nd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Drew Toso, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Trista Barry, Twin Valley

NATURE NATURALS ARTICLE

1st - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

BEADS ARTICLE

1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners

LEATHER ARTICLE

1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers

DRAWINGS, PEN OR PENCL

1st - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 1st - Mollie Olson, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Ilsa Lund, Cambridge FFA 3rd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 3rd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 3rd - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers 4th - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

PAINTINGS, OIL/ACRYLIC/WATERCO

1st - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 1st - Emma Sperle, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 2nd - Mollie Olson, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Kendra Kapke, Edgerton-Leyden 4-H 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Katy Henn, Oak Park 2nd - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 3rd - Lecy Zych, Renegades 3rd - Hailey Raymond, Belleville Busy Beavers 3rd - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 3rd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers 3rd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers 4th - Anna Evenson, Lake Ripley 4-H

DRAWINGS, PASTELS

1st - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Zak Oliphant, Blue Ribbon 3rd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 4th - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

DRAWINGS, MIX MEDIA

1st - Samantha Wileman, Fulton 1st - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 2nd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 3rd - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 3rd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 3rd - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers

DRAWINGS, ANY OTHER MEDIA

1st - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 1st - Emma Sperle, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Lecy Zych, Renegades 2nd - Cole Maxson, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Jennifer Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers

GREETING CARDS-3 CARDS W/ ENVE

1st - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Ashley Nelson, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers

ANY OTHE MARKETABLE CRAFT

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Grace Brattlie, Glacial Drumlin 1st - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers 2nd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 2nd - Hanna Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders 3rd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 3rd - Victor Everson, Lake Ripley 4-H 3rd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 3rd - Shae Pigarelli, Kegonsa Hustlers 3rd - Marshall Mueller, Oregon Headliners 3rd - Sara Gille, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Ashlyn Sarbacker, Triangle Troopers 3rd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

PHOTOGRAPHY PHOTOGRAPHY 4 COLOR PRINTS OF PEOPLE

1st - Nickolas Johnson, Cambridge

2nd - Montana Sarbacker, Mudsliders

4 PRINTS ANIMALS

1st - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H

4 COLOR PRINTS OF PEOPLE

1st - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 2nd - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 2nd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners

4 COLOR PRINTS ANIMALS-35MM/DI

1st - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 1st - Seth Batker, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers 2nd - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Lauryn Weisensel, Oak Park 2nd - Josh Hawkey, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H

4 PRINTS OF ANIMALS,GR.7AND OV

1st - Jack Haak, Evansville 4-H 1st - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA 1st - Avery Scanlon-Laemmrich, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sam Haak, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Lee Jorgensen, Evansville 2nd - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 2nd - Luke Keller, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 2nd - Noah Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Alison Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 4th - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers

4 PRINTS ABOUT WISCONSIN

1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers 1st - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Josh Hawkey, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Macy Gray, Triangle Troopers

4 COLOR PRINTS ABOUT WISCONSIN

1st - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley 2nd - Mikayla Brey, Mt. Horeb FFA

3 COLOR/BLACK&WHITE-GR.3-6

1st - Chloe Marin, Oregon Headliners 1st - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 1st - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lilly Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - Mackenzie Clason, Cheese Country Clovers 2nd - June Berquist, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Libby Conant, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Alison Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA 4th - Garrett Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs

3 COLOR/BL/WHITE,GR.7&OVER

1st - MaKayla Ramberg, Oak Park 1st - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Nickolas Johnson, Cambridge 2nd - Allison Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Samantha Derrick, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Brett Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Angela Hark, Triangle Troopers

4 COLOR PRINTS SHOWING ACTION

2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

4 PHOTOS TWILIGHT/NIGHTTIME

1st - Taylor Johnson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lilliana Procter, Triangle Troopers 4th - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers

4 CANDID PHOTOGRAPHS

1st - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin

4 LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHS

1st - Jessica Dahlk, Mudsliders 1st - Delaney Gauthier, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Luke Keller, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 2nd - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - August Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Alma Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Karlee Procter, Triangle Troopers

4 NATURE PHOTOS

1st - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville 1st - Ava Wildenborg, Wits N Bits 1st - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 1st - Madeline Morhoff, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge 2nd - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - August Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers 2nd - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Cate Ehle, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Angela Hark, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers 2nd - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Alayna Procter, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Avery Scanlon-Laemmrich, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Lindsey Bakken, Trail Blazers

4 SPORTS PHOTOGRAPHS

2nd - Jack Haak, Evansville 4-H

1 8X10 ENLARGEMENT, COLOR

1st - Heidi Juedes, Marshall FFA 1st - Lecy Zych, Renegades 1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 1st - Paige Billig, Medina Marvels 1st - Grace Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 1st - Ashley Nelson, Rutland 4-H 1st - Hailee Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Madeline McGinnis, Brooklyn Mighty Mites 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Emily Hanson, Cambridge

2nd - Whitney Clason, Albany FFA 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA 2nd - Cole Maxson, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Ava Bergeland, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Brett Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Nicole Barbian, Cross Plains Wondermakers 2nd - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers 2nd - BreeAnn Olson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Sophie Grieser, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Ryan Lund, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Karn Vethe, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA 4th - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville

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DISPLAY OR POSTER-POULTRY

1st - Audrey Ischi, Evansville 4-H 2nd - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers

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DISPLAY/POSTER-ANY OTHER

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge

DISPLAY OR POSTER-RABBITS

YOUTH LEADERSHIP

DISPLAY OR POSTER-SWINE

DISPLAY TO RECRUIT MEMBERS

1st - Olivia Bakken, Trail Blazers

1st - Mackenzie Hunt, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin

YOUTH LEADERSHIP 1st - Grace Newcomb, Renegades 2nd - Emma Jorgensen, Evansville

1 5X7 ENLARGEMENT, COLOR

1st - Lecy Zych, Renegades 1st - Emma Sperle, Rutland 4-H 2nd - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds 2nd - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Evelyn Mikkelson, Glacial Drumlin 4th - Noah Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers

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ONE 8X10 ENLARGEMENT, B/W

1st - Felicity Franseen, Renegades 1st - MaKayla Ramberg, Oak Park 1st - Sophie Grieser, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Charlotte Franseen, Renegades 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge 2nd - Elise Maxson, Verona FFA 2nd - Cole Maxson, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Alexa Stoffels, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Gage Nelson, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Hailey Weisensel, Twin Valley 2nd - Karn Vethe, Cambridge FFA 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

ONE 5X7 ENLARGEMENT, B/W

1st - Evey Kellnhofer, Triangle Troopers 2nd - Whitney Weisensel, Waunakee Whirlwinds 2nd - Madeline McGinnis, Brooklyn Mighty Mites

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AEROSPACE MODEL ROCKETS, GRADES 3-6 SINGLE STAGE ROCKET, 3-4 FINS

1st - Greta Kantzler, Cambridge 2nd - Ava Elmer, Oregon Headliners 2nd - Lillian Elmer, Oregon Headliners

MODEL ROCKETS, GRADES 7 & OV

August Kellerman, Youth Leadership, Kegonsa Hustlers

SINGLE STAGE ROCKET,3-4 FINS

2nd - Ryan Redford, Cambridge

SINGLE STAGE ROCKET,5 OR MORE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge

MODELS, GRADES 3-6 NON-POWERED CAR OR TRUCK MODEL

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1st - Gage Nelson, Triangle Troopers

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2nd - Jack Haak, Evansville 4-H

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2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

MAMMALS

1st - Jake Sarbacker, Mudsliders

ECOSYSTEMS/NATURAL CYCLES

2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Eleanor Zelinka, Diligent Doers

HABITATS OR IMPROVEMENTS

2nd - Lily Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin

Alyssa Woodley, Baking, Cambridge FFA

ANY EXHIBIT ON GEOCACHING

1st - Kaleb Regoli, Glacial Drumlin

ANY EXHIBIT ON FISHING/HUNTING

1st - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers 2nd - Kenidee Clark, Cambridge

ANY EXHIBIT ON WEATHER

2nd - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin 2nd - Meghan Saemann, Glacial Drumlin

ANY OTHER EXHIBIT NATURESPACE

2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

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DISPLAY OR POSTER-CATS

1st - Noah Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers

DISPLAY OR POSTER-DAIRY CATTLE

1st - Ana Mikkelson, Rutland 4-H

DISPLAY OR POSTER-DOGS

1st - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers

DISPLAY OR POSTEROTHER EXOTIC

2nd - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers

DISPLAY OR POSTER-POULTRY

2nd - Sylvia McMullin, Questars 2nd - Alyssa Woodley, Cambridge FFA

Cate Ehle, Woodworking, Triangle Troopers

DISPLAY OR POSTER-SHEEP

2nd - Kaylee Lund, Lake Ripley 4-H

DISPLAY OR POSTER-SWINE

1st - Kaylee Hunt, Triangle Troopers

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2nd - Alexa Wuennemann, Kegonsa Hustlers

VISUAL AID

1st - Will Brattlie, Lake Ripley 4-H 2nd - Katia Wanish, Diligent Doers

DISPLAY OF TAUGHT PROJECT

2nd - August Kellerman, Kegonsa Hustlers

Stoughton Fair Results FAMILY - ANY OTHER EXHIBIT

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 1st - Danika Wanish, Diligent Doers

1st - Quinn Furseth, Triangle Troopers

SELF DETERMINED HIST/ HERITAGE

1st - Emma Hanisko, Cambridge 2nd - Alison Kinnaird, Cambridge FFA

COMMUNITY SCRAPBOOK/REPT

COMMUNITY-ANY OTHER EXHIB

FAMILY TREE/SCRAPBOOK

1st - Justin Pauli, Paoli 4-H Fireballs 2nd - Rylee Betthauser, Glacial Drumlin

2nd - Olivia Ibeling, Cambridge

MACHINE QUILTED ARTICLE RECYCLED ARTICLE

1st - Marcia Seybold 2nd - Gayelynn Plaster

CROCHETED AFGHAN

1st - Janet Trader 2nd - Chris Fiez 2nd - Alfred King

ARTICLE OF LACE, CROCHET

1st - Janet Trader

1st - Janet Trader 2nd - Gayelynn Plaster

QUILT-MACHINE STITCHED

1st - Judy Furseth 1st - Alice Moen 2nd - Rita R Johnson

BROWNIES

1st - Debra Morhoff 1st - Mary Onsager

ANY OTHER KIND COOKIE/BAR

1st - Wilma Furseth

1st - Beth Campbell 1st - Gayelynn Plaster 2nd - Brianna Stapleton Welch

CERAMICS SMALL DECORATIVE ARTICLE

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1st - DeeDee Stoffels

SMALL USEFUL ARTICLE

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1st - Evelyn Kahl

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1st - Evelyn Kahl 2nd - Vera Zych

BAKED PRODUCT USING WI DAIRY

1st - Gayelynn Plaster

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2nd - Beth Campbell

CANDY FUDGE

1st - Gayelynn Plaster

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PEANUT BRITTLE

1st - Phyllis Sanner

SMALL OUTDOOR ARTICLE

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1st - Evelyn Kahl 1st - Gayelynn Plaster

1st - Beth Campbell

BAKED PIES/PASTRY (5” TIN)

LARGE OUTDOOR ARTICLE

1st - Evelyn Kahl

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ANY OTHER SMALL ARTICLE

GERANIUM - 1 PLANT

1st - Debra Morhoff 1st - DeeDee Stoffels

COLEUS - 1 PLANT

1st - DeeDee Stoffels

ZUCCHINI BREAD

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1st - Alice Moen 1st - Mark Trampf 2nd - Beth Campbell 2nd - Phyllis Sanner 3rd - Iris Hiltbrunner 3rd - Evelyn Kahl 4th - Gayelynn Plaster

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CUT FLOWERS IN VASE

1st - Beth Campbell

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COFFEE CAKE NO YEAST 4” CORNER

1st - Gayelynn Plaster 1st - Phyllis Sanner 2nd - Beth Campbell

CENTERPIECE - ARTIFICIAL PLANT

1st - Beth Campbell 1st - Iris Hiltbrunner 2nd - Evelyn Kahl

CHRISTMAS CENTERPIECE

1st - Evelyn Kahl 1st - Alice Moen 2nd - Beth Campbell

MUFFINS 3

1st - Beth Campbell

CENTERPIECE - LIVE PLANTS

BAKES PRODUCT USING WI DAIRY

1st - Beth Campbell 2nd - Gayelynn Plaster

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1st - Iris Hiltbrunner 1st - Evelyn Kahl 2nd - Beth Campbell

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ROSEMALING - PLATE

1st - Kim Sime

CLOTHING

CHRISTMAS TREE ORNAMENT

1st - Beth Campbell 1st - Phyllis Sanner 2nd - Iris Hiltbrunner

FRUIT 1 JAR

1st - Phyllis Sanner

VEGETABLES 1 JAR

1st - Chris Fiez 1st - Phyllis Sanner 2nd - Gayelynn Plaster 1st - Phyllis Sanner 2nd - Lynn Stroede

KNITTING/CROCHETING CROCHET AFGHAN

1st - Mie Oliphant

STOLE/SHAWL

1st - DeeDee Stoffels

ANY OTHER SMALL ARTICLE

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HOME FURNISHINGS QUILT

1st - Brianna Stapleton Welch 2nd - Becky Heisig

SMALL WALL HANGING

1st - Taylor Ennis, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Becky Heisig

LARGE WALL HANGING

1st - Stacey Maves

PAINTING

1st - Taylor Ennis, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Kristina Mikkelson

ANY OTHER SMALL ARTICLE

1st - Beth Campbell 2nd - Mie Oliphant

CHRISTMAS WALL DECORATION

1st - Beth Campbell

CHRISTMAS TREE DECORATION

1st - Stacey Maves 1st - Mie Oliphant 2nd - Beth Campbell

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WOODWORKING TABLE

1st - Blake Britzke

HOUSE PLANTS/GARDEN/ FLOWERS DESERT GARDEN CACTUS OR SEDIUM

1st - Gayelynn Plaster

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1st - Taylor Ennis, McFarland Sparks 2nd - Kerri Kellerman 3rd - Beth Campbell

BOX OF 4 DIFFERENT VEGETABLES

3rd - Gayelynn Plaster

CENTERPIECE - ARTIFICIAL PLANT

1st - Beth Campbell

CENTERPIECE - LIVE PLANTS

1st - Kerri Kellerman 2nd - Beth Campbell

SCRAPBOOKING AND STAMPING SPECIAL EVENT SCRAPBOOK

YEAST BREADS/ROLLS (HALF LOAF)

1st - Debra Morhoff

WHITE BREAD

1st - Kerri Kellerman

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1st - Debra Morhoff 2nd - Beth Campbell

SIMPLE ARTICLE FOR HOME

2nd - Karyn Saemann

PILLOW

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READY MADE GARMENT MAKEOVER

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HAND STITCHED ARTICLE

1st - Wilma Furseth

BANANA QUICK BREAD

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HOUSE PLANTS/GARDEN/ FLOWERS 2nd - Phyllis Sanner

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PAINTING

1st - Wilma Furseth 1st - Alice Moen 2nd - Pauline Fields 2nd - Evelyn Kahl 3rd - Beth Campbell 3rd - Iris Hiltbrunner

JELLY 1 JAR

2nd - Gayelynn Plaster 2nd - Barbara Lowe

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1st - Iris Hiltbrunner 1st - Evelyn Kahl

PICKLES 1 JAR

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APPLE

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OIL PAINTING OR ACRYLIC

1st - Iris Hiltbrunner

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1st - Evelyn Kahl

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FAMILY KEEPSAKE SCRAPBOOK GREETING CARDS

SWEET ROLLS 3 FROSTED OR FILLE

1st - Beth Campbell

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SPECIAL EVENT SCRAPBOOK

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Guitars for Girls A group of Stoughton students worked last month on creating musical instruments at the high school Fab Lab. The Guitars for Girls program lets girls use equipment at the high school to make their own guitars. The program wrapped up June 22. – Amber Levenhagen

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DISHWASHER, COOK, WAITRESS, & DELI STAFF WANTED. Applications available at Sugar & Spice Eatery. 317 Nora St. Stoughton.

VERONA. 705 Forest View Dr. Jul13-14 8am-3pm. MinnKota trolling motor, Huffy bike, golf clubs, fishing poles, Hummel figurines, diving equipment.

FAIRWAY AUTO AUCTION is hiring a part-time Marketing Rep. Must have good communications skills. Apply in person: 999 Highway A, across from Coachmans.

AKC GERMAN Shepherd puppies. Vet checked. 1st shots. Ready now. $500. Call Ron 608-477-3468.

NEED TRUCK drivers and combine operators for harvest crew. Call for detail 405-833-3183.

452 General OFFICE CLEANING in Stoughton MonFri 5pm-9pm. Visit our website: www. capitalcityclean.com or call our office: 608-831-8850

516 Cleaning Services CHERYL'S HOUSEKEEPING Stoughton. 608-322-9554

548 Home Improvement A&B ENTERPRISES Light Construction Remodeling No job too small 608-835-7791 RECOVER PAINTING offers carpentry, drywall, deck restoration and all forms of painting. Recover also urges you to join in the fight against cancer, as a portion of every job is donated to cancer research. free estimates, fully insured, 20 yrs experience 608-270-0440

554 Landscaping, Lawn, Tree & Garden Work ART'S LAWNCARE: Mowing, trimming. Weed Control. Rough mowing available. 608-235-4389 LAWN MOWING Residential & Commercial Fully Insured. 608-873-7038 or 608-669-0025

602 Antiques & Collectibles COLUMBUS ANTIQUE MALL & CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS MUSEUM "Wisconsin's Largest Antique Mall"! Enter daily 8am-4pm 78,000 SF 200 Dealers in 400 Booths Third floor furniture, locked cases Location: 239 Whitney St Columbus, WI 53925 920-623-1992 www.columbusantiquemall.com

652 Garage Sales BROOKLYN. 564 US HWY 14. Multi-family. 7/12-7/14. 8am-6pm. Something for everyone! China, antique barn scale, 4ft. prize wheel, massage table, several 8ft. folding tables, canning jars. MADISON. ESTATE Sale, ONE DAY ONLY! 3014 Nottingham Way, Saturday, July 14 8-3. Entire contents of house and garage. Items in excellent condition. Kitchen items, tables, chairs, hutch, TVs, shelves, desks, desk chairs, file cabinets, stereo system, Dyson, Erector building set, artwork, bike, exercise equipment, books, vinyl records, mower, bedroom set, garage items and more. See estatesales.net for photos.

672 Pets

GOLDEN RETRIEVER puppies. Beautiful dark red color. Used to playing with children. Vet checked and up-to-date on shots. $600. 608-2196.

696 Wanted To Buy WE BUY Junk Cars and Trucks. We sell used parts. Monday thru Friday 8am-5:30pm. Newville Auto Salvage, 279 Hwy 59 Edgerton, 608-884-3114

705 Rentals 1/2 DUPLEX FOR RENT IN SEPTEMBER. 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, finished lower level. $895/month +utilities. Washer/dryer included. NO PETS. NO SMOKING. Call Joanne 608-712-9950 GREENWOOD APARTMENTS Apartments for Seniors 55+, currently has 1 & 2 bedroom units available starting at $795 per month, includes heat, water, and sewer. 608-835-6717 Located at: 139 Wolf St., Oregon, WI 53575

720 Apartments ROSEWOOD APARTMENTS for Seniors 55+. 1 & 2 bedroom units available starting at $795 per month. Includes heat, water and sewer. Professionally managed. Located at 300 Silverado Drive, Stoughton, WI 53589 608-877-9388

750 Storage Spaces For Rent ALL SEASONS SELF STORAGE 10X10 10X15 10X20 10X25 10X30 Security Lights-24/7 access OREGON/BROOKLYN CALL (608)444-2900

*** STATE OF WISCONSIN, CIRCUIT COURT, DANE COUNTY, NOTICE TO CREDITORS (INFORMAL ADMINISTRATION) IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF DUANE A. BUCHWALD Case No. 2018PR442 PLEASE TAKE NOTICE: 1. An application for Informal Administration was filed. 2. The decedent, with date of birth October 29, 1932 and date of death June 4, 2018, was domiciled in Dane County, State of Wisconsin, with a mailing address of 821 Coolidge Road, Stoughton, WI 53589. 3. All interested persons waived notice. 4. The deadline for filing a claim against the decedent’s estate is September 28, 2018. 5. A claim may be filed at the Dane County Courthouse, 215 S. Hamilton Street, Madison, Wisconsin, Room 1005. Electronically signed by Danell Behrens Deputy Probate Registrar June 21, 2018 Michael D. Rumpf PO Box 1 Cambridge, WI 53523 (608) 423-3254 Bar Number: 1015663 Published: June 28, July 5 and 12, 2018 WNAXLP

Photos by Amber Levenhagen

Cierra Klyce, an eighth-grade student, laughs with friends while working on her guitar.

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Iris Bukrey, a freshman, puts the finishing touches on her guitar. C.N.R. STORAGE Located behind Stoughton Garden Center Convenient Dry Secure Lighted with access 24/7 Bank Cards Accepted Off North Hwy 51 on Oak Opening Dr. behind Stoughton Garden Center Call: 608-509-8904 DEER POINT STORAGE Convenient location behind Stoughton Lumber. Clean-Dry Units 24 HOUR LIGHTED ACCESS 5x10 thru 12x25 608-335-3337 FRENCHTOWN SELF-STORAGE Only 6 miles South of Verona on Hwy PB. Variety of sizes available now. 10x10=$60/month 10x15=$70/month 10x20=$80/month 10x25=$90/month 12x30=$115/month Call 608-424-6530 or 1-888-878-4244 NORTH PARK STORAGE 10x10 through 10x40, plus 14x40 with 14' door for RV & Boats. Come & go as you please. 608-873-5088 OREGON SELF-STORAGE 10x10 through 10x25 month to month lease Call Karen Everson at 608-835-7031 or Veronica Matt at 608-291-0316 RASCHEIN PROPERTY STORAGE 6x10 thru 10x25 Market Street/Burr Oak Street in Oregon Call 608-520-0240 THEY SAY people don’t read those little ads, but YOU read this one, didn’t you? Call now to place your ad, 873-6671 or 835-6677.

UNION ROAD STORAGE 10x10 - 10x15 10x20 - 12x30 24 / 7 Access Security Lights & Cameras Credit Cards Accepted 608-835-0082 1128 Union Road Oregon, WI Located on the corner of Union Road & Lincoln Road

760 Mobile Homes MOBILE HOME FOR sale. Midway Village, Evansville. Modern, maintained, improved. $25,000. Appointment only. 608-882-4764.

801 Office Space For Rent OFFICE SPACES FOR RENT In Oregon facing 15th hole on golfcourse Free Wi-Fi, Parking and Security System Conference rooms available Kitchenette-Breakroom Autumn Woods Prof. Centre Marty 608-835-3628

990 Farm: Service & Merchandise RENT SKIDLOADERS MINI-EXCAVATORS TELE-HANDLER and these attachments. Concrete breaker, posthole auger, landscape rake, concrete bucket, pallet forks, trencher, rock hound, broom, teleboom, stump grinder. By the day, week, or month. Carter & Gruenewald Co. 4417 Hwy 92 Brooklyn, WI, 608-455-2411 THEY SAY people don’t read those little ads, but YOU read this one, didn’t you? Call now to place your ad, 873-6671 or 835-6677. CLASSIFIED AD DEADLINE IS Noon Friday for The Great Dane and Noon Monday for the Courier Hub unless changed because of holiday work schedules. Call now to place your ad, 873-6671 or 835-6677.

Increase Your sales opportunities…reach over 1.2 million households! Advertise in our Wisconsin Advertising Network System. For information call 835-6677. MISCELLANEOUS Sleep Apnea Patients - If you have Medicare coverage, call Verus Healthcare to qualify for CPAP supplies for little or no cost in minutes. Home Delivery, Healthy Sleep Guide and More - FREE! Our customer care agents await your call. 1-888-3305987 (CNOW) DISH TV $59.99 For 190 Channels $14.95 High Speed Internet. Free Installation, Smart HD DVR Included, Free Voice Remote. Some restrictions apply. Call 1-855-997-5088 (CNOW) DONATE YOUR CAR, TRUCK OR BOAT TO HERITAGE FOR THE BLIND. Free 3 Day Vacation, Tax Deductible, Free Towing, All Paperwork Taken Care Of. CALL 1-855-711-0379 (CNOW) DONATE YOUR CAR FOR BREAST CANCER! Help United Breast Foundation education, prevention, & support programs. FAST FREE PICKUP - 24 HR RESPONSE - TAX DEDUCTION 1-855-978-3582 (CNOW)

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THE Courier Hub CLASSIFIEDS, the best place to buy or sell. Call 873-6671 or 835-6677.

DANE COUNTY’S MARKETPLACE. The Courier Hub Classifieds. Call 8736671 or 835-6677.

Payroll and Benefits Specialist Duties: This is a full time, 12-month position and will partner with a Payroll and Benefits Specialist co-worker (who is the Benefits lead) to process payroll and administer benefits for nearly 1,000 employees across 10 work sites and 5 employee groups. Serve as district lead on payroll setup and administration. Provide excellent customer service to staff by explaining complex information in an easy-to-understand way. Requirements: Education: minimum of a two-year associate degree (or equivalent work experience) in accounting/ business, with a bachelor’s degree in accounting, finance or HR preferred or equivalent experience. Experience: 2-4 years payroll/accounting/bookkeeping experience. School District experience with Skyward payroll system is preferred. Bilingual (Spanish) language skills are a plus. Compensation: $20.46 to $28.26 per hour, plus excellent benefits. Apply online by July 20th at www.verona.k12.wi.us

An Equal Opportunity Educator/Employer Minorities are Strongly Encouraged to Apply

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*** VOTING BY ABSENTEE BALLOT Any qualified elector who is unable or unwilling to appear at the polling place on Election Day may request to vote an absentee ballot. A qualified elector is any U.S. citizen, who will be 18 years of age or older on Election Day, who has resided in the ward or municipality where he or she wishes to vote for at least 10 consecutive days before the election. The elector must also be registered in order to receive an absentee ballot. Proof of identification must be provided before an absentee ballot may be issued. TO OBTAIN AN ABSENTEE BALLOT, YOU MUST MAKE A REQUEST IN WRITING. Contact your municipal clerk and request that an application for an absentee ballot be sent to you for the primary or election or both. You may also request an absentee ballot by letter or email. Your written request must list your voting address within the municipality where you wish to vote, the address where the absentee ballot should be sent, if different, and your signature. Special absentee voting application provisions apply to electors who are

indefinitely confined to home or a care facility, in the military, hospitalized, or serving as a sequestered juror. If this applies to you, contact the municipal clerk of your municipality. You can also personally go to the clerk’s office of your municipality, complete a written application, and vote an absentee ballot during the hours specified for casting an absentee ballot. City Clerk, City of Stoughton Holly Licht 381 E. Main Street Stoughton, WI 53589 873-6677 hlicht@ci.stoughton.wi.us Absentee voting is weekdays only Monday, July 23- Wednesday, August 8, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Thursday, August 9-Friday, August 10, 7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. THE FIRST DAY FOR VOTING IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE IS MONDAY, JULY 23, 2018. THE DEADLINE FOR MAKING AN APPLICATION TO VOTE ABSENTEE BY MAIL IS 5:00 P.M. ON THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 2018. THE DEADLINE FOR VOTING AN ABSENTEE BALLOT IN THE CLERK’S OFFICE IS 5:00 P.M. ON FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, 2018. ALL VOTED BALLOTS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE MUNICIPAL CLERK SO THE CLERK CAN DELIVER THEM TO THE PROPER POLLING PLACE OR COUNTING LOCATION BEFORE THE POLLS CLOSE ON AUGUST 14, 2018. ANY BALLOTS RECEIVED AFTER THE POLLS ARE CLOSED WILL NOT BE COUNTED. Published: July 12, 2018 WNAXLP

Cooks Needed Our team feeds a campus of nearly 9,500 people, in addition to internal caterings, receptions, and large-scale conferences. You will work with a dynamic team in state-of-the-art kitchens and enjoy full-time, weekday hours, competitive wages, and full benefits — including paid vacation and holidays. All experience levels are encouraged to apply online at careers.epic.com

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NOTICE OF DUNKIRK DAM LAKE DISTRICT MEETING WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 2018, 6:30 PM. DUNKIRK DAM TOWN HALL 645 COUNTY N, STOUGHTON, WI The July DDLD quarterly meeting will be postponed until August 15th due to lack of quorum. Published: July 12, 2018 WNAXLP


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June Yard of the Month shrubs and bushes with hostas and coral bells that provide color all season long, the release said. They also have butterfly paving stones. The Heritage Garden Club invites the public to their meetings, the third Thursday of the month. For more information, visit facebook.com/StoughtonGardenClub. - Amber Levenhagen Photo submitted

Art and Sue Oswald’s house, 960 W. King St., was recognized as the June Yard of the Month.

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The Stoughton Heritage Garden Club has selected their June Yard of the Month. The recognition went to the home of Art and Sue Oswald, 960 W. King St. Sue Oswald shared in a news release sent by the club that they have been working on their landscape design for about 27 years. Due to strong winds that blow across the corner of their lot, they incorporated shorter plants, interspersing

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7/12/18 Stoughton Courier Hub

7/12/18 Stoughton Courier Hub  

7/12/18 Stoughton Courier Hub