THE FOLLOWING STUDENTS COMPETED AT THE 90TH ANNUAL GEORGIA FFA COMPETITION ON APRIL 26-28. MANY OF THESE STUDENTS WON CHAMPIONSHIPS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE AREAS AND WILL ADVANCE TO NATIONAL COMETITION THIS FALL.
GORDON CENTRAL FFA
Lacey Hickman – Proficiency application in Diversified Crop Production – 2nd in Area
Carol-Ann Worsham – Agriscience Proficiency – 2nd in Area
Amara White – Proficiency in Agricultural Education
Collin Hildebrandt – Proficiency in Beef Production
Savannah Duvall - Agriscience Project Solar Beeswax warmer – Power Technical and structural systems, state finalist, 4th at state
Emily Seritt – Agriscience project in food science. Aloe wash to preserve strawberries. State finalist, 2nd at state
Samantha Jordan – Agriscience project in animal systems, The intelligence of Mice and robo hamsters, State finalist, 2nd at state competition.
Amara White & Carol-Ann Worsham, Agriscience project in social systems, herbs and medicinal medicines. State finalist, 3rd at State.
Amara White – Area officer, selected as a presenter at middle school discovery conference, State officer candidate.
Emily Seritt, Lacey Hickman, Amara White, Samantha Jordan and Savannah Duvall – 2018 State convention Courtesy Corp.
Robbie Arnold won Star Farmer and is the first person from Sonoraville High School to win this prestigious award.
Brooklyn Carr and Annelies Carr won the state championship in Agriscience in the area of Food Science.
Gracy Sexton won the state championship in Agriscience in the area of Animal Science.
Hogan Smith won the state championship in Agriscience in the area of Environmental Science.
Sam Ray, Alex Wofford, and Robbie Arnold were awarded the State FFA Degree which is the highest degree available in Georgia.
Gracy Sexton placed second in the state for Swine Production Proficiency.
ASHWORTH MIDDLE SCHOOL FFA
Cade Hendrix - Area 1 - 1st in Treasurer Officer Book
Mary Baker - Area 1 - 1st in Middle School Record Book in Forestry/Wildlife
Ashworth - 100 % Membership
RED BUD MIDDLE SCHOOL FFA
Ross Stewart, Bethany Champion and Josh Carr were recognized for their region winning Supervised Agricultural Experience Record Books, and Josh actually went on to win the state title for this contest in the Livestock Care category!
In the area of Agriscience, Hayley Caldwell and Kayla Peterman won the north region in the Plant Systems category and competed in the state contest, presenting their project at convention. They won the state contest, and will be advancing to the National Agriscience Contest at the National FFA Convention this October! This is a huge honor, and one that they have worked very diligently to achieve.
Bethany Champion also competed in the State FFA Creed Speaking Contest, but did not advance to the finals. To get here though, she won the area and region contests.