Local participants fare well at 4-H dog show

by Verla Peichl Review Correspondent

The Sheboygan County 4-H Dog Show and Judging was held this past weekend at the Sheboygan County Fair Park. The dogs are judged pre-Fair; there were 148 entries and 63 kids that participated.

“Fifteen of our kids went to state and they all placed very well,” said Kathy Schwartz, chairperson.

Sheboygan County Fairest of the Fair Laura Rortvedt visited the judging and said she enjoyed watching this event, as well as all the other events she has been participating in since she was selected this past June.

“I’ve been very busy,” Rortvedt said, “but it’s been fun and I like the chance to see all the 4-Hers.”

A special Sportsmanship Award was presented to Maggie Murphy of the Sheboygan County Wranglers 4-H Club and her Minature Schnauzer, Charlie.

The judges for the day were Agility – Milda Zuengler; Rally and Jr. Showmanship – Susan Zoronskis; Jr. Showmanship – Karen Winkel; and Team Obedience and Obedience – Lynn Neumann and Minna Nousiainen-Becher.

Scoring and results for the day, furnished by Kathy Schwartz, chairperson and Tami Luebke, treasurer, are as follows;

Highest scoring in Pre-Novice B with a score of 196 out of a possible 200 as well as High in Trial for Pre-Novice Jonathan Braatz of Herman Cheerios;

Highest Scoring in Novice A with a score of 185 out of a possible 200 as well as High in Trial in Novice and above Becky Schwartz of Spring Valley;

Highest Scoring in Graduate Novice with a score of 183 out of a possible 200 – Chloe Fisher of Funtastic 4-H'ers;

Best Jr. Showmanship Handler (top of all Jr. Showmanship classes) – Erin Spieth of Scott Pioneers;

Jr. Showmanship Beginner Erin Spieth of Scott Pioneers;

Jr. Showmanship Intermediate Ashley Gulig of Wise Wizards; Jr. Showmanship Advanced Kaitlyn Gulig of Wise Wizards; Open Showmanship Courtney Wilkens of Sherman Workers; Agility-Pre-Novice with a score of 100 out of a possible 100 – Callie Claerbaut of Lima Lites; Agility Novice with a score of 100 out of a possible 100 – Kaitlyn Gulig of Wise Wizards;

Agility Open with a score of 100 out of a possible 100 – Jerilyn Schreurs of Trailblazers;

Team Obedience Novice Team with a score of 711 out of a possible 800 points – Captain, Kaitlyn Gulig of Wise Wizards; Ashley Gulig of Wise Wizards; Callie Claerbaut of Lima Lites; Crystal Jones of Waldo Fireflies;

Rally Novice Lilly Zehfus of Ourtown Orioles with a score of 95 out of 100; Rally Advanced Callie Claerbaut of Lima Lites with a score of 95 out of 100; Highest scoring in Pre-Novice A with a score of 190 out of 200 – Vicky Loose of Spring Valley; Highest scoring in Novice B with a score of 179 out of 200 – Amanda McGovern of Leaping Lizards.


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