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Posted: Monday, June 18, 2012 12:00 am | Updated: 6:17 am, Mon Jun 18, 2012.

Two Liberty Ranch High School students took Supreme Grand Champion honors for their animals at the recent Sacramento County Fair.

Noah Young received the award for his market hog, while Patrick MacDonald won for his market goat.

There were also a number of first-time awards doled out to both Liberty Ranch and Galt high school students at the event that ran over Memorial Day weekend last month.

Here are the top results provided by advisors at each school:

Galt High School, Outstanding Chapter/Club Group for dairy

Brandon McNealy, first place, ag mechanics

Taylor Durfey, Reserve Champion Yorkshire Hog, second place Swine Showmanship, first place Sheep Showmanship, Reserve FFA Champion Market Lamb, Champion Hampshire Market Lamb

Alise Azevedo, first place Novice Showmanship, sixth place Overall Swine Showmanship

Vanessa Nunez, Reserve Champion White Cross

Makenna Wagers, Group 1 steer, 5th place beef showmanship

Joseph Oliveira, Supreme Champion Registered Holstein, third place Dairy Showmanship

Lia Van Egmond, Reserve Supreme Champion Registered Holstein, fourth place Dairy Showmanship

Joe Vitoria, Supreme Champion Grade Dairy, first place Dairy Showmanship

Kayla Forsythe, first place Novice Dairy Showmanship

Erica Duro, second place Novice Dairy Showmanship

Chelsea Strapp, third place Novice Dairy Showmanship

Brieana DeMelo, fourth place Novice Dairy Showmanship

Bailey Roberts, Champion and Reserve Champion Senior Boer Doe, Champion and Reserve Champion Junior Boer Doe, third in Goat Showmanship

Suzanne Paine, Champion Suffolk Market Lamb

Kelsey Lopez, Champion Grade Ram, Reserve Champion Grade Ewe, Supreme Champion Ram, Reserve Supreme Champion Ewe

Gabrielle Franke, first place novice rabbit showmanship, 5th overall rabbit showmanship

Liberty Ranch, Champion FFA Lamb Chapter Group, Champion FFA Swine Chapter Group

Noah Young, third place Swine Showmanship

Madison Owning, Reserve Champion FFA Market, eighth place Swine Showmanship, first place, Floral Arrangement

Victoria Boxley, seventh place Swine Showmanship

Katie West, FFA Champion Crossbred Steer

Brandon Denier, FFA Reserve Champion Crossbred Steer, third place FFA Beef Showmanship

Taylor Galya, Grand Champion Bull , FFA Reserve Grand Champion Market Goat

Patrick MacDonald, first place Goat Showmanship

Cheyenne Calkins, second place Advanced Poultry Showmanship, Best of Show Floral Arrangement

Annelise Wipfli, fourth place Advanced Sheep Showmanship, first place, Floral Arrangement

Shayla Wammack, eighth place Advanced Showmanship

Chase Steele, Reserve Champion Crossbred Lamb

James Allan, Reserve Champion Brockle Face Lamb

Maddy MacLeod, fourth place Novice Rabbit Showmanship

Olivia Smoot, fourth place Advanced Rabbit Showmanship

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