|2013 Catch-a-pig catchers and the sponsors listed|
|Written by BILL RYAN | Sentinel Farm Editor|
|Tuesday, 06 August 2013 12:18|
Through the generosity of sponsors, all contestants in this year's Catch-a-pig contest were successful as the number of youth was matched with the number of pigs available.
Contestants, by division, were:
• 11 to 14-year-old boys: Avery Bayes, Dane Creps, Keith Damschroder, August Eschedor, Sid Grames, Andrew Heyman, Owen Heyman, Payton Kepling, Ian Kress, Dalton Limes, Derek Michaelis, and Seth Pullins.
• 11 to 14-year-old girls: Hayley Bankey, Taylor Cepek, Brittany Euler, Stephani Euler, Destiny Galloway, Brandy Grilliot, Marissa Langley, Janelle Moser, Olivia Ruffner, and Haley Trumbull.
• 10-year-old boys: Hayden Belleville, Robbie Hunker, Luke Jones, David Russell, David Shelter, Fisher Trumbull, and Nate Warfel.
• 10-year-old girls: Emily Atkinson, Avery Cepek, Alissa Heyman, Konnaly Kale, Chloe Lamb, Morgan Schick, and Amelia Pullins.
• 9-year-old boys: Carter Creps, Cameron Deiter, Bryce Grant, Nathan Harris, Josh Timko, Cayce Trout, Ross Welling, and Brandon Yarger.
• 8-year-old boys: Troy Amos, Edison Eschedor, Bryan Grilliot, Benjamin Heyman, Nate Kress, Easton Schick, Jacob Trout, Anthony Veryser, Thomas Veryser, and Orlando Cuevas.
• 8 and 9-year-old girls: Kylee Bankey, Ashley Brinkman, Jonah Guthrie, Madison Milligan, Katie Oestreich, Elle Ruffner, Emma Ruffner, Morgan Simon, and Rose-Medalion Whitman.
• 7-year-old boys: Owen Atkinson, Landon Bankey, Grant Belleville, Chris Brecht, Trenton Euler, Carter Foose, John Fyfe, Drew Gase, Jacob Guthrie, Deane Lamb, Logan Perry, Jimmy Russell, Coale Sheeks, Tyler Thompson, Zachary Trout, and JJ Weaver.
• 6-year-old boys: Tanner Amos, Tyler Amos, Logan Benedict, Jack Brown III, Dawson Bushman, Landon Deiter, Ben Jones, Wes Kellermeier, Pierson McMillin, Carter Sheeks, and Trace Trumbull.
• 6 and 7-year-old girls: Sara Casey, Jaylynn Hamm, Natalee Harris, Brooke Simon, Allison Strasbaugh, and Hanna Yarger.
Abby Gase was presented a pig from Tontogany Lodge #755 IOOF. Abby was unable to compete in the event due to a disease which has rendered her unable to use her left leg.
Sponsors for this year's Catch-A-Pig were: John and Jessie Bechstein Family Reunion, BeeGee Rental and Sales, Forrest and Marsha Blake, Chuck and Shirlee Bostdorff, Bowling Green FFA, Roger and Judy Boyle, C & C Farm Service, Linda and Dick Canterbury;
Central Joint District Firefighters, Scott and Dorene Damschroder, David Excavating, Russ and Jackie Downs, Emch Heating and Air Conditioning, Mark and Jill Engle, Jerry Euler and Sons Farms, Paul and Lynda Flames, Ed and Denise Foos, Phil and Sara Foos, Bill and Mary Gase Family, Jim and Virginia George, Penny Getz, Golden Key 4-H Club, Green Meadows 4-H Club, Barb and Bill Heilman, Dean and Amanda Heilman, Dorothy J. Heilman, the Hentges Family in Honor of Darrel Hentges;
Keith and Ann Heyman, William Heyman, Hofner Grading, Honeycomb Salon, IOOF Centennial Lodge #626, Bryan and Brittany Joseph, Josh and Hannah Kieffer, Peggy King, LeGalley Insurance, Jim and Nancy Lein, Lemmerbrock Farm Drainage LLC;
Adam and Jonica Limes, Dale and Ann Limes, Don and Kathy Limes Family, Robert and Patricia Maurer, Midway Animal Hospital, Midwest Commodities LLC - Steve and Teri Patton, Dale and Rosalee Moser, National Alliance on Mental Illness, Wood County;
Northwest Tire Service, Power of Yesteryear, Propane, Inc., Pullins Raspberries, Richard and Mary Queen, R&L Farms, Harry Reynolds, John Reynolds Jr., Mary Lou Reynolds, Richard Reynolds, Jim and Ann Ruehl, Schick Electric, Robert and Angela Strow, Steve and Amy Thompson, Tontogany Lodge #755 IOOF, Neil and Carol Wagner, Paul and Laura Walters, Clark and Jennifer Warfel, Jack and Betty Whitacre, Wood County Pediatrics, Wood County Township Association and Tom Zulch.
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