Johnston County 4-H entered one senior team and two junior teams in the State 4-H Livestock Judging Contest at N.C. State University.
The senior team placed first overall, first in beef, fifth in meat goats and second in three categories – sheep, swine and oral reasons. Individually, senior team member Macy Massengill was first, Joy Leigh Hinnant was 11th and Skyler Tyndall was 12th.
The B junior team placed second overall, fifth in sheep, fourth in swine, third in oral reasons and second in beef. Team member Rachel Murphy placed sixth overall.
The Johnston County A team ranked fifth in swine and eighth overall.
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Senior team members were Macy Massengill of Princeton, Joy Leigh Hinnant of Kenly, Skyler Tyndall of Selma and Travis Creech of Willow Spring.
Junior A team members were Kadence Overby of Micro, Brittany Beasley of Four Oaks, Justin Wood of Willow Spring and Makayla Byrd of Smithfield.
Junior B team members were Katelyn Brewer of Wendell and Sarah Allen, Travis Anderson and Rachel Murphy, all of Four Oaks.