Hawkins receives All-American Judging Team honor
Posted By: Ashlee Estlack - 3/23/2016 3:22:17 PM
CC Livestock Judger Brayden Hawkins earns All-American honor

Clarendon College sophomore Brayden Hawkins was ranked 7th in the All-American Standings and has been named to the All-American Junior College Livestock Judging Team after 5th place finish at the Houston Livestock Show this weekend.

Each year roughly 300 freshmen start judging livestock in the college ranks, and as sophomores only 15 will are named to the All-American team, a ranking that takes into account both academics and judging success.

The award is fifteen years old and Brayden is only the 6th person in Clarendon College history to ever receive this honor.

The CC Sophomore Livestock judging team finished the Spring semester strong with a 9th place over all finish at the Houston Livestock Show.

This team has made the top ten at Phoenix, Denver, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston, and the last time the College achieved this was five years ago. The team was also just 26 points away from winning the reasons contest.

Individually, Hawkins placed 5th overall and was in the top 10 in reasons; Annie Belden placed 2nd high in sheep and goats; and Kirsten Midkiff placed 14th overall in reasons.

Other members of sophomore livestock judging team are Austin Browning, Quentin Quintana, Trey Tidwell, and Chris Johnson. The team is coached by Johnny Treichel and Curtis Wertman.

- See more at: http://www.clarendoncollege.edu/Blog/CC-Livestock-Judger-Brayden-Hawkins-earns-All-American-honor/10067#sthash.mtulxdDg.dpuf
CC Livestock Judger Brayden Hawkins earns All-American honor

Clarendon College sophomore Brayden Hawkins was ranked 7th in the All-American Standings and has been named to the All-American Junior College Livestock Judging Team after 5th place finish at the Houston Livestock Show this weekend.

Each year roughly 300 freshmen start judging livestock in the college ranks, and as sophomores only 15 will are named to the All-American team, a ranking that takes into account both academics and judging success.

The award is fifteen years old and Brayden is only the 6th person in Clarendon College history to ever receive this honor.

The CC Sophomore Livestock judging team finished the Spring semester strong with a 9th place over all finish at the Houston Livestock Show.

This team has made the top ten at Phoenix, Denver, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston, and the last time the College achieved this was five years ago. The team was also just 26 points away from winning the reasons contest.

Individually, Hawkins placed 5th overall and was in the top 10 in reasons; Annie Belden placed 2nd high in sheep and goats; and Kirsten Midkiff placed 14th overall in reasons.

Other members of sophomore livestock judging team are Austin Browning, Quentin Quintana, Trey Tidwell, and Chris Johnson. The team is coached by Johnny Treichel and Curtis Wertman.

- See more at: http://www.clarendoncollege.edu/Blog/CC-Livestock-Judger-Brayden-Hawkins-earns-All-American-honor/10067#sthash.mtulxdDg.dpuf
CC Livestock Judger Brayden Hawkins earns All-American honor

Clarendon College sophomore Brayden Hawkins was ranked 7th in the All-American Standings and has been named to the All-American Junior College Livestock Judging Team after 5th place finish at the Houston Livestock Show this weekend.

Each year roughly 300 freshmen start judging livestock in the college ranks, and as sophomores only 15 will are named to the All-American team, a ranking that takes into account both academics and judging success.

The award is fifteen years old and Brayden is only the 6th person in Clarendon College history to ever receive this honor.

The CC Sophomore Livestock judging team finished the Spring semester strong with a 9th place over all finish at the Houston Livestock Show.

This team has made the top ten at Phoenix, Denver, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston, and the last time the College achieved this was five years ago. The team was also just 26 points away from winning the reasons contest.

Individually, Hawkins placed 5th overall and was in the top 10 in reasons; Annie Belden placed 2nd high in sheep and goats; and Kirsten Midkiff placed 14th overall in reasons.

Other members of sophomore livestock judging team are Austin Browning, Quentin Quintana, Trey Tidwell, and Chris Johnson. The team is coached by Johnny Treichel and Curtis Wertman.

- See more at: http://www.clarendoncollege.edu/Blog/CC-Livestock-Judger-Brayden-Hawkins-earns-All-American-honor/10067#sthash.3Itqrqch.dpuf
CC Livestock Judger Brayden Hawkins earns All-American honor

Clarendon College sophomore Brayden Hawkins was ranked 7th in the All-American Standings and has been named to the All-American Junior College Livestock Judging Team after 5th place finish at the Houston Livestock Show this weekend.

Each year roughly 300 freshmen start judging livestock in the college ranks, and as sophomores only 15 will are named to the All-American team, a ranking that takes into account both academics and judging success.

The award is fifteen years old and Brayden is only the 6th person in Clarendon College history to ever receive this honor.

The CC Sophomore Livestock judging team finished the Spring semester strong with a 9th place over all finish at the Houston Livestock Show.

This team has made the top ten at Phoenix, Denver, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston, and the last time the College achieved this was five years ago. The team was also just 26 points away from winning the reasons contest.

Individually, Hawkins placed 5th overall and was in the top 10 in reasons; Annie Belden placed 2nd high in sheep and goats; and Kirsten Midkiff placed 14th overall in reasons.

Other members of sophomore livestock judging team are Austin Browning, Quentin Quintana, Trey Tidwell, and Chris Johnson. The team is coached by Johnny Treichel and Curtis Wertman.

- See more at: http://www.clarendoncollege.edu/Blog/CC-Livestock-Judger-Brayden-Hawkins-earns-All-American-honor/10067#sthash.3Itqrqch.dpuf
Clarendon College sophomore Brayden Hawkins was ranked 7th in the All-American Standings and has been named to the All-American Junior College Livestock Judging Team after 5th place finish at the Houston Livestock Show this weekend.

Each year roughly 300 freshmen start judging livestock in the college ranks, and as sophomores only 15 will are named to the All-American team, a ranking that takes into account both academics and judging success.
The award is fifteen years old and Brayden is only the 6th person in Clarendon College history to ever receive this honor.

The CC Sophomore Livestock judging team finished the Spring semester strong with a 9th place over all finish at the Houston Livestock Show.

This team has made the top ten at Phoenix, Denver, Ft. Worth, San Antonio, and Houston, and the last time the College achieved this was five years ago. The team was also just 26 points away from winning the reasons contest.

Individually, Hawkins placed 5th overall and was in the top 10 in reasons; Annie Belden placed 2nd high in sheep and goats; and Kirsten Midkiff placed 14th overall in reasons.

Other members of sophomore livestock judging team are Austin Browning, Quentin Quintana, Trey Tidwell, and Chris Johnson. The team is coached by Johnny Treichel and Curtis Wertman.

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