Siblings work together at Goliad's peewee goat show
By By Lourdes Vazquez - LVazquez@vicad.com
March 19, 2010 at 9 p.m.
Updated March 18, 2010 at 10:19 p.m.
Pee Wee Goat Judging
Division 1 (ages 4 - 5)
Braxton Butler, 5, grand champion
Kelly Brandes, 5, reserve champion
Division 2 (ages 6-8)
Brooke Yanta, 8, grand champion
Ashlyn Davis, 8, reserve champion
High Point - Amanda Cloessner
High Point Runner-up - Trista Welfel
Cookies - Tyler Janota, Peanut Butter Brownie Cookie
Unbaked cookies - Sarah Konvicka, No-Bake Peanut Butter Choc Cookie
Brownies, Bar Cookies, or Pan Cookies - Derek Garza, Gooey Gooey Turtle Bars
Candy - Clayton Debord, Pecan Caramels
Pies, Tart - Weston Wimberly, Perfect Peach Pie
Mini-pies, Mini-tarts - Meghan Baetz, Pecan Tarts
Yeast Bread - Channing Bruns, Cottage Dill Loaf
Yeast Rolls (not sweet) - Dalton Parker, Cousin Peggy's Spoon Rolls
Yeast Rolls (sweet) - Connor Reesmann, Nutty Citrus Twist Coffee Cake,
Tea Rings (with yeast) - Ryan Bergar, Cream Cheese Braids
Quick Bread - Courtney Russell, Spicy Cheese Quick Bread
Muffins, Biscuits - Mallory Shelton, Cinnamon Yogurt Muffins
Cake, Plain - Katelynn Jacob, 5 Flavor Pound Cake
Cake w/Frosting and/or Filling - Mallory Burns, Classic Carrot Cake
Cake Mix Cake - Kayla Webel, Dr. Pepper Cake
Decorated Cake - D'Laci Albrecht, Rose Cake
Snack Mixes - Kai Reiley, Maple Pecan Granola
D'Laci Albrecht, best of show
Tiffany Zillig, runner up
Alicia Henry, best of show
D'Laci Albrecht, runner up
Alex Swize, best of show
Kaleigh Moya, runner up
ravis Kocian, best of show
Kimberly Kocian, runner up
Emily Perez, best of show
Micaella Smith, runner up
Michelle Kelley, best of show
Neilon Reitz, runner up
Cody Daniels, FFA, grand champion
Keli Miller, FFA, reserve champion
Blaine Shelton, FFA, grand champion
Makayla Bonner, 4-H, reserve champion
Cayla Hahn, 4-H, grand champion
Kristina Brandes, 4-H, reserve champion
Shelby Foster, FFA, grand champion
Hayden Reitz, 4-H, reserve champion
Beth Henning, 4-H, grand champion
Josh Henning, 4-H, reserve champion
Jadan Butler, 4-H, grand champion
Dalton Dornburg, reserve champion
Jadan Butler, 4-H, grand champion
Tallis Butler, 4-H, reserve champion
Portable wind generator, grand champion
Hayden Otwell, senior
Bobby Schoen, senior
Cory Daniels, senior
Cody Daniels, senior
Three-point hitch hydraulic backhoe, reserve champion
Tyler Zillig, senior
Colton Blier, senior
8 a.m. - County Roping: books open at 8 a.m., event begins at 9a.m.
9 a.m. - noon - Chili cook-off registration, showmanship judging - noon, Chili turn in 2 p.m., winners announced 4 p.m.
10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. - Homemaking division exhibits open
10 - 11:30 a.m. - Open washer tournament registration, event begins at noon.
10:30 a.m. - Goliad County Chamber of Commerce Parade, downtown
Noon - 1:30 p.m. - Open horseshoe tournament registration, events begin at 2 p.m.
Noon - 1:30 p.m. - Live musical entertainment by Vicki Cross & Jay Harvey (BBQ area)
1- 4 p.m. - Antique farm equipment show/demonstration/contests
Noon - 6 p.m. - Carnival Arm Band (pre-sale bands $15, at carnival $20.)
1:30 p.m. - Champion livestock and blue ribbon food auction
Junior commercial heifer auction (immediately following food auction)
5 - 11 p.m. - Carnival arm band (pre-sale bands $15, at Carnival $20)
5 - 6 p.m. - Check-out for homemaking division entries
7:30 p.m. - PRCA Rodeo - calf scramble - mutton bustin'
9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Dance - Jarrod Birmingham - Goliad Memorial Auditorium
1 - 6 p.m - Carnival open
2 p.m. - PRCA Rodeo - family day - mutton bustin'
GOLIAD - Eli Luco, 4, stood just a bit taller than his goat, but was following the family tradition of competing in his first peewee goat judging on Friday morning at the Goliad County Fair and Rodeo.
The 4-year-old's brother, Payton Luco also competed in the 6 to 8 age group.
"They've been practicing for a while, about three months," said Stephanie Luco, their mother who also showed during her school years.
"I actually showed steers, heifers and lambs," she said.
Although the two didn't place, they were happy to receive trophies for their hard work.
Children who compete in peewee are not able to sell their animals at auction, but do receive a buckle for reserve and grand champion.
"Payton's already asking me about 4-H," she said. Students must be 9 years old or in the third grade to join 4-H.
"I want to show heifers and lambs," the 6-year-old said.
Brooke Yanta, 8, will make that transition next year after competing for her last time in the peewee division.
"It was hard work," Brooke said, after winning grand champion.
The 8-year-old also gave her sister, Abby Yanta, 4, tips on her first peewee goat judging.
"We practiced together," said Brooke, who won grand champion at the age of 4.
"I was nervous," said Abby, but enjoyed receiving a trophy.
The reserve champion winner Ashlyn Davis, 8, also is preparing to join 4-H.