Zionsville Times Sentinel


August 1, 2012

Mattingly takes sheep show

Tessa Mattingly had a banner night at the Boone County 4-H Sheep Show Sunday, July 22, which started  by winning a pocket full of champion ribbons, and wrapped up by winning the master sheep showmanship competition.

In the middle, the 4-H’er came away with the banners for grand champion ewe and grand champion market lamb. Her ewe and lamb also took Boone County raised top honors.


See Wednesday's Times Sentinel for the rest of the story.


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