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LCTS 4-H Fall 2010 Playday Series Results

The LCTS 4-H completed their fall playday series in November and presented awards to qualified riders on January 23 at the Lexington Park. There were 72 riders that qualified for the series and all received buckles in addition to tack prizes. There pictures were on the front page of last weeks Lexington Leader. The playday results are the following.

*Leadline Class*: 17 riders qualified and the top riders were Laiken Myrick (1st), Tristan Griffith (2nd), MaKenzie Foley (3rd), Tory McDonald (4th), Kaden Schimank (5th) and Ashton King (6th).**

*8 & Under Class*: 16 riders qualified and the top riders were Jodie Taylor (1st), Kaci Johnson (2nd), Morgan Heine (3rd), Cameron Suehs (4th), Kadence Looper (5th), and Peyton Orme (6th).

*9-11 Class*: 9 riders qualified and the top riders were Amber Turnipseed (1st), Sara McManus (2nd), Meredith Heine (3rd), Garlyn Radford (4th), Savanna Griffith (5th), and Piper Smith (6th).

*12-15 Class*: 15 riders qualified and the top riders were Lindsey Knobloch (1st), Megan Rother (2nd), Jacy Taylor (3rd), Whitney Pillack (4th), Haley Schneider (5th), and Alexis Fisher (6th).

*16-19 Class*: 9 riders qualified and the top riders were Rachel Edwards (1 st), Cody Gardner (2nd), Sonora Vogelsang (3rd), Colton Robertson (4th), Brooke Tuel (5th), and Amber Smith (6th).

*20 & Over Class*: 6 riders qualified and the top riders were Ashley Kyser (1st), Pete Gardner (2nd), Gene Wasik (3rd), Darrell Griffith (4th), Danielle Johnson (5th), and Johnny O’Bier (6th).

The top event times in the leadline class went to Laiken Myrick (Poles 28.579) and MacKenzie Foley (Straights 12.497, Barrels 17.3). The top event times in the rider classes went to Rachel Edwards (Poles 23.464, Straights 9.775, Barrels 19.143) and Lindsey Knobloch (Stakes 9.70).

Results are also posted on http://www.leecountytexasstars.org. The 2011 series dates will be published on the website by early summer.

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