Northview, Tate FFA Horse And Livestock Teams Compete

February 19, 2019

The horse judging and livestock teams from the Northview High FFA and Tate High FFA competed recently for a chance to advance to the state finals.

Northview’s horse judging team placed 12th out of 58 teams during the state preliminaries at the Florida State Fair in Tampa and will advance to the state finals in Gainesville in April. Team members are Olivia Porter, Autumn Williams, Destiny Cleckler and Brooke Doolittle.

Northview’s livestock team placed 40th out of 79 teams. Team members are Raeleigh Woodfin, Kelley Merchant, Stewart Woodfin and Amber Gilman.

Competing for Tate’s livestock judging teams were Kylar Smith,  Keaton Fuqua,  Laura Alexander,  Raven Hollis,  Lindsay Von Stein and coach Melissa Gibbs.

Tate’s horse judging team also took part. Team members are Jessica Conti, Hannah Thorne,  Emily Freeman, Katherine Cavanaugh and coach Erin Lawall.

Pictured top: Northview’s horse judge team. Pictured below: Tate horse judging team. Pictured bottom: Tate’s livestock team.  Photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.

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One Response to “Northview, Tate FFA Horse And Livestock Teams Compete”

  1. Nice on February 20th, 2019 12:55 pm

    Great Job Ladies!





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