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Scarlett Addington, 19, is the daughter of Brett and Susan Addington. She is from the City of Liberty and is a Sophomore at Lonestar CollegeKingwood. She runs barrels and has recently started participating in reining competition and learning to break away rope. Her extracurricular activities has included 4-H and Keepers of the Faith in high school and currently involved in the Baptist Student Union and the Dayton Young Farmers. She was also a 4-H Livestock Ambassador. Scarlett was awarded a scholarship from the Ft. Worth Livestock Show Scramble Calf, as well as the TVE Scholarship. Scarlett is currently getting her basics at Lonestar CollegeKingwood and then getting her BSN in Nursing.
Amber Slater, 17, is the daughter of Steve and Alaine Slater. She is from the City of Liberty and is a Junior at Hardin High School. Her Rodeo participation includes Mounted Drill as part of the Liberty County Mounted Drill Team, Barrels, Poles and Ranch Sorting. Amber plans to attend Texas A&M to become a Veterinarian. She would also like to train horses.
Jaclyn Robinson Jaclyn Robinson, 17, is the daughter of Tammi Robinson. She is from the City of Dayton and is a senior at Dayton High School. She participates in the Miss Rodeo Dayton FFA 2013. Her extracurricular activities include National Honor Society, National English Honor Society, Student Council, Business Professionals of America, National Jr. Santa Gertrudis Association Board of Directors, Dayton FFA President, Dayton FFA Quiz and Chapter conducting team member, Eastgate 4-H Parliamentarian, 2012 State Forestry Contest Winner and Junior Rodeo Committee at HLSR. Her honors and awards include 3rd place TVE Public Speaking, Dayton FFA Top Hand Award and Byron Thoms High Point Individual at National Jr. Santa Gertrudis Heifer Show 2001 and 2012. Jaclyn wants to attend Texas A&M and study Biology.
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Bobbie Turner Bobbie Turner, 17, is the daughter of Colby and Tammie Turner. She is from the City of Anahuac and is a senior at Anahuac High School. Her Rodeo participation includes riding in play days and in the Liberty County 4-H Mounted Drill Team. Her extracurricular activities include Anahuac FFA Reporter, Liberty County 4-H Mounted Drill Team President, Anahuac FFA Horse Judging Team and the Anahuac FFA Radio Team. Bobbie plans on attending Lamar University for a degree in nursing. She also loves showing her Charolais heifers, steers and pigs.
Cheyanne Worthy Cheyanne Worthy, 16, is the daughter of Ronnie and Gina Worthy. She is from the City of Liberty and is a junior at Liberty High School. Her Rodeo participation includes THSRA Region V Member, Barrel Racing, Goat Tying and Team Roping Header. Her extracurricular activities include Liberty FFA, Student Council, Business Professionals of America, Fellowship of Christian Athletes and Rodeo Club. Cheyanne plans to attend Texas A&M. She also shows market steers, commercial heifers and market broilers.
Jenna Turner Jenna Turner, 14, is the daughter of Colby and Tammie Turner. She is from the City of Anahuac and is a freshman at Anahuac High School. Her extracurricular activities include 2012-13 NJHS, showing animals at open shows, riding horses, playing volleyball, dancing with the Pantherettes, 4-H Mounted Drill Team 2011-12 and 201213 President. Her honors and awards include A-B Honor Role, 2013 Modern Oratory 2nd place, Reserve Champion at 2013 CCYPS Horse Show, 2012 Youth TVE Rodeo Poles Champion and 2013 State 4-H Drill Team Champions. Jenna plans to attend Texas A&M to become a Veterinarian. She also enjoys training horses and working with her cattle on her free time.
Callie Hanson Callie Hanson, 16, is the daughter of Heaven and Wes Klaus and Brady and Richelle Hanson. She is from Mont Belvieu and is a Junior at Barbers Hill High School. In the Rodeo she participates in Barrels and the Rodeo Queen’s Contest. Her extracurricular activities include FFA, National Honor Society, APHA, Public Speaking and Debate. She was the 1st runner up in the 2012 Miss Rodeo TVE and has earned the FFA Greenhand of the year and Mr. Grif Award. Callie plans to major in Ag Business at Texas A&M or Tarelton.
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