The Seward County Community College and Oklahoma Panhandle State University livestock judging teams hosted a livestock-judging clinic June 15-17 for 23 youth from Kansas, Texas, Colorado and Oklahoma.

The camp was designed to enhance the judger1s knowledge of livestock and improve their reasons skills discussing livestock. The campers received one-on-one lecture time from SCCC and OPSU livestock judging team members.

Individuals attending the camp were Timothy Baily, Taloga, Okla..; Kashley Schweer, Garden City; Laci Collins, Cimarron; Cooper Clawson and Jacqueline Clawson, Meade; Allison Archer, Jessica Kimbro, Sissi Mundy and Zach Bradshaw, Paradise, Texas; Kerrie Horvath, Katie Campbell, Emily Horvath and Justin Boren, Durango, Colo.; Milli Davis, Lia Coleman, J.T. Gillmore, and Casey Fall, Westcliffe, Colo.; Skylar Moneymaker and Miranda Zinardi, Borger, Texas; Rhett Link and Billy Hutcherson, Canyon, Texas.

The camp concluded with a contest, which gave students an opportunity to put what they learned to the test. Winners in the junior division were Laci Collins, first place; Rhett Link, second place; and Skylar Moneymaker, third place. Winners in the intermediate division were J.T. Gillmore, first; Millie Davis, second and Casey Fall, third. Winners in the senior division were Emily Horvath, first; Justin Boren, second, and Katie Horvath, third.