AMERICAN ANGUS ASSOCIATION - THE BUSINESS BREED

2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS)

Kansas City, Missouri

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Show Dates: 07/07/22 - 07/09/22
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Auxiliary's Female Scholarship Winners

These young ladies were the Auxiliary's female scholarship winners and will compete for Miss American Angus at the Angus Convention in November. They are pictured receiving their award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lizzie Schafer, Owaneco, Ill., first; Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn., second; Kelsey Theis, Leavenworth, Kan., third; Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo., fourth; and Presley Sliger, Hamilton, Texas, fifth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Auxiliary's Male Scholarship Winners

These young men were the Auxiliary's male scholarship winners at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Colter Pohlman, Hereford, Texas, first; Seth Cox, Eagle Point, Ore., second; Suter Clark, Gretna, Va., third; and Blake Long, Big Cabin, Okla., fourth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Graphic Design

These junior Angus members won top honors in the junior division of graphic design at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lane Toledo, Visalia, Calif., first; Brantley Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, second; and McKinley Stoller, Palisade, Neb., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Division of Graphic Design

These junior Angus members won top honors in the intermediate division of graphic design at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., first; Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo., second; and Brenlen Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Graphic Design

These junior Angus members won top honors in the senior division of graphic design at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan., first; Anna Johnson, Durand, Ill., second; and Jonwyn Ayres, Medford, Ore., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Creative Writing

Eleanor Straney, Thibodaux, La., won first place in the junior division of creative writing at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Division of Creative Writing

These junior Angus members won top honors in the intermediate division of creative writing at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., first; Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo., second; and Ellie Laflin, Olsburg, Kan., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Creative Writing

These junior Angus members won top honors in the senior division of creative writing at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Baylee Wulfkuhle, Lawrence, Kan., first; Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan., second; and Elizabeth Rone, Courtland, Miss., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Photography--angus Cattle

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of photography--Angus cattle at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Quincy Clayton, Staunton, Va., first; Aubrey Herbers, Lynchburg, Va., second; and Taryn Trennepohl, Warner, Okla., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Photography--landscape

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of photography--landscape at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Aubree McCurry, Hutchinson, Kan., first; Abilene Sullivan, Lawton, Okla., second; and McKinley Stoller, Palisade, Neb., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Photography--people

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of photography--people at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Madalyn Carpenter, Wadesboro, N.C., second; and Kynleigh Wood, Holly Pond, Ala., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Junior Division of Team Sales

Kansas junior members won first place in the junior division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Hannah Perrier, Eureka; Avery Mullen and Hallie Mullen, both of Ulysses; and Aubree McCurry, Hutchinson. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Junior Division of Team Sales

Oklahoma junior members won second place in the junior division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Finley Yocham, Sapulpa; Case Conley, Sulphur; and Madilyn Norvell, Tuttle. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Place in the Junior Division of Team Sales

Texas junior members won third place in the junior division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brantley Humpert, Windthorst; Mason Carlson and Bradley Carlson, both of Hereford; and Daisy Plaschke, Hallsville. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Intermediate Division of Team Sales

Kansas junior members won first place in the intermediate division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lyle Perrier, Eureka; Jackson McCurry, Colwich; Dustin Denton, Blue Rapids; and Creed Caldwell, Parker. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Intermediate Division of Team Sales

Texas junior members won second place in the intermediate division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brenlen Humpert, Windthorst; Harlow Gorman, Olton; Kensley Free, Salado; and Garrett Sanders, O'Donnell. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Place in the Intermediate Division of Team Sales

California was a mixed team of junior members who won third place in the intermediate division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Cora Habein, Bend, Ore.; Lane Toledo, Visalia, Calif.; Grace Tekansik, Minden, N.V.; and Carly Wheeler, Templeton, Calif. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Senior Division of Team Sales

Kansas junior members won first place in the senior division of team sales and received the Bob Laflin Award in memory of the late Angus breeder who was passionate for junior programs. They are pictured at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are R.D. Laflin, Gus Laflin, Clinton Laflin, and Josh Laflin, presenting; Clay Pelton, Paradise; Ava Perrier, Eureka; Kady Figge, Onaga; and Nicholas Siemens, Towanda, recipients; and Caroline Sankey, Sharee Sankey, Chris Sankey, Ellie Laflin, Cody Sankey, and Lindsay Sankey, holding Cyrus Sankey, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Senior Division of Team Sales

Illinois junior members won second place in the senior division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Emily Brooks, Prophetstown; Jordan Oliver, Buncombe; Laney Stephens, West Salem; and Lauren Wolter, Aviston. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Place in the Senior Division of Team Sales

Virginia junior members won third place in the senior division of team sales at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Alexis Musselman, Purcellville; Mandy Bramhall, Lovettsville; Aubrey Herbers, Lynchburg; and Mikayla St. Clair, Berryville. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Flat Andy Award

These young Angus enthusiasts won top honors in the Flat Andy Contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Anna Scheurman and Kristina Scheurman, both of Warsaw, Ohio; and Lani LeBeouf, Deridder, La. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Division of Photography--around the Farm or Ranch

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of photography--around the farm or ranch at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brantley Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, first; and Ruby Hill, Baldwin City, Kan., third. Humpert also claimed overall in the junior photography division and second overall in the entire photography contest. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Division of Photography--angus Cattle

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of photography--Angus cattle at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dalton Birdwell, Bryson, Texas, first; Ellie Laflin, Olsburg, Kan., second; and Gavin Rhode, Stewartsville, Mo., third. Birdwell also claimed first place overall in the intermediate division of photography and won third place overall in the entire photography contest. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Division of Photography--landscape

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of photography--landscape at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Reese Anderson, Chrisman, Ill., first; and Dane Haverkamp, Bern, Kan., second. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Intermediate Division of Photography--people

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of photography--people at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Audrey Curtin, Blue Mound, Ill., first; and Claire Murnin, Huntley, Mont., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Division of Photography--around the Farm or Ranch

These junior members won intermediate division of photography--around the farm or ranch at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dalton Birdwell, Bryson, Texas, first; Dane Haverkamp, Bern, Kan., second; and Caleb Miller, Marietta, Pa., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Photography--angus Cattle

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of photography--Angus cattle at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Erica Coleman, Charlo, Mont., first; Anna Johnson, Durand, Ill., second; and Emma Nowotny, New Braunfels, Texas, third. Coleman also won first place overall in senior division of photography and first place in the entire photography contest. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Photography--landscape

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of photography--landscape at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Erica Coleman, Charlo, Mont., first; Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, N.D., second; and Austin Clock, Paradise, Kan., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Photography--people

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of photography--people at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan., first; Samantha Wallace, Kansas, Ohio, second; and Rylee Closser, Hebron, Ohio, third. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Division of Photography--around the Farm or Ranch

These junior members won senior division of photography--around the farm or ranch at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan., first; Jace Stagemeyer, Page, Neb., second; and Anna Johnson, Durand, Ill., third. Figge also won fourth overall in the entire photography contest. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior A Overall & Interview Division

These junior members were overall winners of the junior A division of the beef poster contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Tate Fredenburg, Markleville, Ind., first; Kirwin Russell, Paxico, Kan., second; and Briella Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, third.

Junior B Poster Division & Overall

Macie Bartlow, Macomb, Ill., was an overall winner in the junior B division of the beef science poster contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. She first won first place in the junior B poster division of the contest. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior B Overall

These junior members were overall winners of the junior B division of the beef science poster contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Corbin Russell, Paxico, Kan., second; and Brantley Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior A Divison Public Speaking

These junior members won top honors in the junior A division of the prepared public speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Avery Mullen, Ulysses, Kan., first; Aubree McCurry, Hutchinson, Kan., second; and Hallie Mullen, Ulysses, Kan., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior B Division Public Speaking

These junior members won top honors in the junior B divison of the prepared public speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brantley Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, first; Madilyn Norvell, Tuttle, Okla., second; and Madelyn Sampson, Kirksville, Mo., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate A Division Public Speaking

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate A division of the prepared public speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Daniel Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, first; Hannah Millikan, Napoleon, Ohio, second; and Chloe Grant, Owaneco, Ill., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate B Division Public Speaking

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate B division of the prepared public speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Jade Lassaga, Wheatland, Calif., first; Rosalind Kidwell, Gentryville, Ind., second; and Bryanna Smith, Russell Springs, Ky., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Public Speaking

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of the prepared public speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Jordi Oliver, Buncombe, Ill., first; Laney Stephens, West Salem, Ill., second; and Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw, Ohio, third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Coloring Contest 7 to 9-year-old

Piper Cates, Modoc, Ind., won first place in the 7 to 9-year-old division of the coloring contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Career Development Intermediate A Overall

These junior members were overall winners in the intermedate A division of the career development contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Daniel Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, first; Dustin Denton, Blue Rapids, Kan., second; and Claire Murnin, Huntley, Mont., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Career Development Intermediate B Overall

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate B division of the career development contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., first; Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo., second; and Bethany DeDonder, Admire, Kan., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Career Development Senior Overall

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of the career development contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan., first; Jonwyn Ayres, Medford, Ore., second; and Jordyn Wickard, Greenfield, Ind., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Judging Contest Junior A Division

These junior member won top honors in the junior A division of the cattle judging contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Mattie Eavers, Middlebrook, Va., first; and Blayklee Stelzer, Oologah, Okla., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Judging Contest Junior B Division

These junior members won top honors in the junior B division of the cattle judging contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Sadie Poole, first, and Kallie Poole, second, both of Staunton, Va.; and Cally Hansen, Carrington, N.D., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Judging Contest Intermediate Division

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of the cattle judging contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Landon Marshall, Weyers Cave, Va., first; Sydney Sanders, Leesburg, Ohio, second; and Samantha Vorhis, Bowling Green, Ohio, third. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Judging Contest Senior Division

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of the cattle judging contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Zach McCall, Greenville, Va., first; Jace Stagemeyer, Page, Neb., second; and Joshua Shaw, Fairfield, Neb., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Gold Award Recipients

These junior members received their Gold Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured front row from left are Jaden Borman, Holland, Minn.; Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw, Ohio; Jordan Johnson, Fort Dodge, Iowa; Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan.; Rylie Philipello, Bryan, Texas; Lauren Gilbert, Oldfield, Mo.; Baylee Wulfkuhle, Lawrence, Kan.; Sophia Patchin, Mitchellville, Iowa; Mattie Harward and Marcie Harward, both of Richfield, N.C.; J. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va.; Kinsey Crowe, Eaton, Ohio; and TaraLee Hudson, Belvidere, Neb. Second Row from left are Lily Gisclair, Longville, La.; Kara LeBeouf, Deridder, La.; Mikayla St. Clair, Berryville, Va.; Samantha Wallace, Kansas, Ohio; and Ciara Raithel, Auxvasse, Mo. Back row from left are Ty Mogck, Olivet, S.D.; Matthew Rosman, Creston, Wash.; Jace Stagemeyer, Page, Neb.; Zach McCall, Greenville, Va.; Mardee Sadowsky, Eagleville, Mo.; Nicholas Siemens, Towanda, Kan.; Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan.; Emma Nowotny, New Braunfels, Texas; Victoria Gerken, Cashion, Okla.; Justin Wood, Willow Springs, N.C.; Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, Minn.; Gracie Smith, Kirbyville, Texas; and Ben Mayfield, Pulaski, Tenn. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Crystal Award Winners

Brantley Humpert, Windthorst, Texas, left, won the boys Crystal Award and Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., right, won the girls Crystal Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. The awards are presented by the American Angus Auxiliary to the top boy and top girl in contest performance. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Junior Division of the Quiz Bowl

North Dakota junior members won first place in the junior division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Jorja Green, Maddock; Rylee Erdmann, Lisbon; Cally Hansen, Carrington; and Kaylee Erdmann, Lisbon. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Junior Division of the Quiz Bowl

Illinois junior members won second place in the junior division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Madaline Bergmann, Vienna; Ella Eathington, Avon; Macie Bartlow, Macomb; and Claire Kuipers, Le Roy. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Intermediate Division of the Quiz Bowl

Kansas junior members won first place in the intermediate division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Creed Caldwell, Parker; Kelsey Theis, Leavenworth; Addie Haverkamp, Bern; and Austin Woodrow, Emporia. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Intermediate Division of the Quiz Bowl

Texas junior members won second place in the intermediate division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Pecos Worrell, Harper; Kilye Winge, Cisco; Kaylan Kiser, Proctor; and Colter Pohlman, Hereford. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place in the Senior Division of the Quiz Bowl

Virginia junior members won first place in the senior division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Mandy Bramhall, Lovettsville; Mikayla St. Clair, Berryville; Hannah Davis, Winchester; and Zach McCall, Greenville. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place in the Senior Division of the Quiz Bowl

Texas junior members won second place in the senior division of the quiz bowl at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Gracie Smith, Kirbyville; Presley Sliger, Hamilton; Rylie Philipello, Bryan; and Emma Nowotny, New Braunfels. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place Finish in the Fitting Contest

Illinois junior members won first place finish in the fitting contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Adam Miller, Gridley; Cody York, Palestine; Charlee Jones, Gridley; and Jack Dameron, Towanda, all recipients; and Tess Mittag, Manager of Stock Show University, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place Finish in the Fitting Contest

Virginia junior members won second place finish in the fitting contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Landon Marshall, Weyers Cave; Suter Clark, Gretna; Zach McCall, Greenville; and Kallie Poole, Staunton, all recipients; and Tess Mittag, Manager of Stock Show University, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Place Finish in the Fitting Contest

Wisconsin junior members won third place finish in the fitting contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Reese Brock, Arpin; Tucker Bayer, Ringle; Samuel Henderson, East Troy; and Ava Leibfried, Belmont, all recipients; and Tess Mittag, Manager of Stock Show University, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Extemporaneous Speaking Junior A Division

These junior members won top honors in the junior A division of the extemporaneous speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Carson Peterson, Whitesboro, Texas, first; and Avery Mullen, Ulysses, Kan., third. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Extemporaneous Speaking Junior B Division

These junior members won top honors in the junior B division of the extemporaneous speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Nate Bowman, Alamance, N.C., first; and Corbin Russell, Paxico, Kan., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Extemporaneous Speaking Intermediate A Division

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate A division of the extemporaneous speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Claire Murnin, Huntley, Mont., first; Lyle Perrier, Eureka, Kan., second; and Jackson McCurry, Colwich, Kan., third. Murnin received the Harvey Rattery bronze sculpture in the name of the late Pat Grote for her first place win. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Extemporaneous Speaking Intermediate B Division

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate B division of the extemporaneous speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., first; Jade Lassaga, Wheatland, Calif., second; and Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark., third. Wolter received the Harvey Rattery bronze sculpture in the name of the late Pat Grote for her first place win. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Extemporaneous Speaking Senior Division

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of the extemporaneous speaking contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Deanna Hofing, American Angus Auxiliary president, and Sheri Spader, presenting; Jonwyn Ayres, Medford, Ore., first place recipient; Ethan Vanderwert, Columbia, Mo., second place recipient; and Ava Perrier, Eureka, Kan., third place recipient. Ayers received the custom engraved Artisan belt buckle in the name of the late Richard L. Spader for her first place win. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Skill-A-Thon Junior Division

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of the Skill-A-Thon contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lane Toledo, Visalia, Calif., first; and Selby Hulse, Hannibal, Mo., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Skill-A-Thon Intermediate Division

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of the Skill-A-Thon contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., first; Lyle Perrier, Eureka, Kan., second; and Jayce Ware, Lithia, Fla., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Skill-A-Thon Senior Division

These junior members won top honors in the senior division of the Skill-A-Thon at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Ellie Kidwell, Walhonding, Ohio, first; TaraLee Hudson, Belvidere, Neb., second; and Mandy Bramhall, Lovettsville, Va., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Auctioneering Contest

These junior members won top honors in the junior division of the auctioneering contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Jace Pipkin, Republic, Mo, first; and Roy Gibson, Los Lunas, N.M., second. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Auctioneering Contest

These junior members won top honors in the intermediate division of the auctioneering contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dalton Birdwell, Bryson, Texas, second; and Rance Wheeler, Paris, Mo., third. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Auctioneering Contest

Jordi Oliver, Buncombe, Ill., won first place in the senior division of the auctioneering contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Deweze Welcome Banner Giveaway

Jayce Dickerson, Paradise, Kan., was the winner in the DewEze Welcome Banner Giveaway at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Awards Ceremony, July 8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Logan Livengood and Stuart Rose, presenting; Jayce Dickerson; and Macaley Hall and Joe Hall, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Carcass Steer

Ty Mogck, Olivet, S.D., left, won grand champion carcass steer, and Claire Caldwell, Parker, Kan., right, won reserve grand champion carcass steer at the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. The grand champion steer had a hot-carcass weight of 845 lbs., and graded high-Prime with a 2.3 yield grade. The reserve grand champion steer had a hot-carcass weight of 829 lbs., and graded low-Prime with a 2.8 yield grade. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

First Place Carcass Group

These Kansas juniors won first place state carcass group in the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Creed Caldwell and Claire Caldwell, both of Parker. Photo by Pearl Pics.

Second Place Carcass Group

These Missouri junior members won second place carcass group at the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, and Ethan Vanderwert, Columbia. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

GC BO Carcass Steer & RC BO Carcass Steer

Kelsey Vandeberghe, Cleveland, N.D., left, won grand champion bred-and-owned carcass steer, and Alexis Vandeberghe, Cleveland, N.D., right, won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned carcass steer at the Carcass Steer Contest at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. The grand champion bred-and-owned steer had a hot-carcass weight of 812 lbs., and graded low-Prime with a 3.1 yield grade. The reserve grand champion bred-and-owned steer had a hot-carcass weight of 749 lbs., and graded low-Prime with a 2.7 yield grade. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place Carcass Group

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Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
AED Rita 037H won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn., owns the December 2020 daughter of PVF Blacklist 7077. She first claimed senior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
Lemenager Proven Queen J46 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., owns the June 2021 daughter of Conley No Limit. She first won intermediate champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair
SKPatton CAF ProvenQueen2022 won grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Karson Patton, Frankfort, Ind., owns the April 2020 daughter of Greene Pokerface 1304. An April 2022 bull calf sired by SKPatton CAF Profile204 is at side. She first won two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair
AED Rita 821F won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn., owns the November 2018 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. An October 2021 bull calf sired by S A V 004 Density 4336 completes the winning duo. She first won mature pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair
SSF Lady 5030 won grand champion owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the May 2020 daughter of Conley Express 7211. A February 2022 bull calf sired by PVF Blacklist 7077 is at side. She first won two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair
EXAR Princess 1889 won reserve grand champion owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. John Allison, Yukon, Okla., owns the September 2019 daughter of Dameron First Class. A January 2022 heifer calf sired by C&C Intuition 7104 completes the winning pair. She first won reserve two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Senior Champion Female

Bred-and-owned Reserve Senior Champion Female
J&J Frontier Gal 570 won bred-and-owned reserve senior champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sydney Johnson, Orlando, Okla., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Heifer

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Heifer
PVF Proven Queen 1092 won bred-and-owned reserve intermediate champion heifer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Adam Miller, Gridley, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Late Junior Champion Heifer

Bred-and-owned Reserve Late Junior Champion Heifer
Ferree Fitz Elisha 2141 won bred-and-owned reserve late junior champion heifer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Mercedes Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the winning heifer.

Early Heifer Calf Champion

Early Heifer Calf Champion
Mead Forever Lady V3105 won early heifer calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Annaliese Mead, Barnett, Mo., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Late Heifer Calf Champion

Late Heifer Calf Champion
BRDG Sandy 179 won late heifer calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Bowen Bridges, Edmond, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Late Heifer Calf Champion

Reserve Late Heifer Calf Champion
AVF Northern Miss 5921 won reserve late heifer calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kelsey Theis, Leavenworth, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Third Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Third Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
CB Princess Val 101 won third overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cealy Bedwell, Holt, Mo., owns the February 2021 daughter of Stevenson Turning Point. She first won early junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fourth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Fourth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
Conley Sandy 1467 won fourth overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the January 2021 daughter of Conley Express 7211. She first claimed reserve early junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fifth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Fifth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
BCII HL BF Lady 2021 won fifth overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Drew Brown, Rockville, Ind., owns the April 2021 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. She first claimed late junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Champion Mature Cow-calf Pair

Bred-and-owned Reserve Champion Mature Cow-calf Pair
Mead Emma T002 won bred-and-owned reserve champion mature cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Annaliese Mead, Barnett, Mo., owns the winning heifer. A January 2022 heifer calf sired by Colburn Primo 5153 is at side. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Champion Mature Cow-calf Pair

Owned Champion Mature Cow-calf Pair
PVF Proven Queen 8170 won owned champion mature cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Aidan Hood, Stuart, Fla., owns the winning heifer. A January 2022 bull calf sired by PVF Surveillance 4129 is at side. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Champion Two-year-old Cow-calf Pair

Bred-and-owned Reserve Champion Two-year-old Cow-calf Pair
Corks ARK elga erica 1900 won bred-and-owned reserve champion two-year-old cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Atley Kleinman, Wentworth, Mo., owns the winning heifer. An April 2022 heifer calf sired by Corks 1st is at side. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-Owned Reserve Early Heifer Calf Champion

Bred-and-Owned Reserve Early Heifer Calf Champion
Dameron Primrose 1166 won bred-and-owned reserve early heifer calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jack Dameron, Towanda, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Conley Ransom 1810 won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the April 2021 son of Conley No Limit. He first won junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
K&J TCF South Point 125 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Korey Moser, Larchwood, Iowa, owns the May 2021 son of Conley South Point 8362. He first claimed intermediate champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer
FSC Earl 753 won grand champion steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Christian Fischer, Freeport, Ill., owns the March 2021 son of Gateway Follow Me F163. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
PVF Blacklist Z02 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cole Caldwell, Elmwood, Ill., owns the January 2021 son of PVF Blacklist 7077. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
Conley J R 1229 won grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the February 2021 son of Conley No Limit. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
BF BCII Follow Me 1024 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Drew Brown, Rockville, Ind., owns the February 2021 son of Gateway Follow Me F163. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Junior Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Reserve Junior Champion Bull
Hinrichsen Marksman 1012 won bred-and-owned reserve junior champion bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan., owns the winning bull. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull

Bred-and-owned Reserve Intermediate Champion Bull
SKPatton Franchise 107 won bred-and-owned reserve intermediate champion bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Karson Patton, Frankfort, Ind., owns the winning bull. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Bull Calf Champion
J&J Known Factor 1164 won bred-and-owned bull calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sydney Johnson, Orlando, Okla., owns the winning bull. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Reserve Bull Calf Champion

Bred-and-owned Reserve Bull Calf Champion
BRDG Primary 26B won bred-and-owned reserve bull calf champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Bowen Bridges, Edmond, Okla., owns the winning bull. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Premier Breeder

Scott Foster and Andrew Foster, Seldom Rest Farms, Niles, Mich., won premier breeder at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Chance Myers; Scott Foster; Mark McCully, American Angus Association CEO, presenting; Andrew Foster; Emersyn Foster; Everly Foster; and Emilee Foster. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned State Group of Five

The Indiana Junior Angus Association won bred-and-owned state group of five at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Sweepstakes 30 head or more

The Illinois Junior Angus Association won sweepstakes, 30 head or more, at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Sweepstakes 29 head or less

The North Carolina Junior Angus Association won sweepstakes, 29 head or less, at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

State Herdsmanship 15 Head or Less

The Louisiana Junior Angus Association won herdsmanship, 15 head or less, at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

State Herdsmanship 16-45 Head

The Virginia Junior Angus Association won herdsmanship, 16-45 head, at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

State Herdsmanship 46 Head or More

The Kansas Junior Angus Association won herdsmanship, 46 head or more, at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Girl's Silver Pitcher Award

Ashton Dillow, Villa Ridge, Ill., left, and Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan., right, won the Girls Silver Pitcher Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Deanna Hofing, American Angus Auxiliary president, center. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Late Senior Heifer Champion

Late Senior Heifer Champion
WB Princess 040 won late senior heifer champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kaylan Kiser, Proctor, Texas, owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Late Senior Heifer Champion

Reserve Late Senior Heifer Champion
BF PCC Evening Tinge 510 won reserve late senior heifer champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kyli Kraft, Fort Collins, Colo., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Owned Female

Grand Champion Owned Female
BCR Phyllis 092J won grand champion owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Josie Phillips, Maysville, Ky., owns the April 2021 daughter of PVF Blacklist 7077. She first claimed junior champion-division 2. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female
Ellies Southern Belle 2112 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Carlee Clark, Muldrow, Okla., owns the April 2021 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. She earlier won junior champion-division 1. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 2

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 2
CF Proven Queen 138J won owned reserve junior champion heifer-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Oaklyn Plamp, Mitchell, S.D., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Junior Champion Heifer--division 3

Owned Junior Champion Heifer--division 3
SCC SFC Phyllis 130 won owned junior champion heifer-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Mercedes Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 3

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 3
Triple K Sandy 10J won owned reserve junior champion heifer-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ashlyn Mool, Lexington, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 4

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 4
PVF Lucy 1031 won owned reserve junior champion heifer-division 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kathryn Coleman, Modesto, Calif., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 5

Owned Reserve Junior Champion Heifer--division 5
Younge MC Georgina 2135 won owned reserve junior champion heifer-division 5 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Rance Wheeler, Paris, Mo., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 2

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 2
Seldom Rest Pin Up Gal 1221 won owned heifer calf champion-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 2

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 2
C&C Winnie 1223 won owned reserve heifer calf champion-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jai Paxton, Oklahoma City, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 3

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 3
Conley DT Georgina 1076 won owned heifer calf champion-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Riley Collum, Perkins, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 3

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 3
PVF Missie 1124 won owned reserve heifer calf champion-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ashton Dillow, Villa Ridge, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Overall Owned Champion Female

Third Overall Owned Champion Female
Conley FRKG Queen Meg 1085 won third overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the April 2021 daughter of BRDG Mahogany Prime 904B. She first claimed reserve junior champion-division 1. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fourth Overall Owned Champion Female

Fourth Overall Owned Champion Female
FCF Phyllis 056 won fourth overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Tucker Bayer, Ringle, Wis., owns the September 2020 daughter of Silveiras Style 9303. She first claimed early senior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fifth Overall Owned Champion Female

Fifth Overall Owned Champion Female
MLA Proven Queen 2128 won fifth overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Reece Thoreson, Knoxville, Iowa, owns the February 2021 daughter of KR Casino 6243. She earlier won junior champion-division 4. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Early Senior Heifer Champion

Reserve Early Senior Heifer Champion
EXAR Princess 0786 won reserve early senior heifer champion at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sydney Johnson, Orlando, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Junior Champion Division 6

Reserve Junior Champion Division 6
Dieckmann Lady 1117 won reserve junior champion heifer-division 6 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Finley Yocham, Sapulpa, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Champion Division 3

Intermediate Champion Division 3
BNWZ Sara's Dream 1156 won intermediate champion heifer-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Landon Marshall, Weyers Cave, Va., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 3

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 3
SCC Heart N Sole 153 won reserve intermediate champion heifer-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Delaney Jones, Harrod, Ohio, owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Champion Division 2

Intermediate Champion Division 2
BBR Blackbird 372J won intermediate champion heifer-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sara Sullivan, Dunlap, Iowa, owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 2

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 2
WB Princess 122 won reserve intermediate champion heifer-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Burton Hulse, Hannibal, Mo., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Champion Division 1

Intermediate Champion Division 1
Seldom Rest Lucy 1165 won intermediate champion heifer-division 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 1

Reserve Intermediate Champion Division 1
EXAR Frontier Gal 1739 won reserve intermediate champion heifer-division 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jake Allison, Yukon, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 1

Owned Heifer Calf Champion Division 1
Seldom Rest Sandy 1230 won owned heifer calf champion-division 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Alyson Friesen, Arnett, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 1

Owned Reserve Heifer Calf Champion Division 1
SCC CB Phyllis 1114 won owned reserve heifer calf champion-division 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ella Brooks, Prophetstown, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion PGS Female

Grand Champion PGS Female
DPL Sandy 1595 won grand champion phenotype and genotype female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Anne Dameron, Towanda, Ill., owns the September 2021 daughter of Deer Valley Growth Fund. She first claimed division 1 champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion PGS Female

Reserve Grand Champion PGS Female
RB Lady Alternative 95-136 won reserve grand champion phenotype and genotype female female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kyli Kraft, Fort Collins, Colo., owns the March 2021 daughter of Baldridge Alternative E125. She first won division 3 champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill., judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 1

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 1
Long Lady 1067 won reserve phenotype and genotype female-division 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Gage Long, Vinita, Okla., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Heifer Division 2

PGS Heifer Division 2
PRDX Eisa Erica J15 won phenotype and genotype female-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sloane Spader, Lawrence, Kan., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 2

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 2
Topp Flower 1552 won reserve phenotype and genotype female-division 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sienna Topp, Grace City, N.D., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 3

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 3
Chestnut Queen Eva 133 won reserve phenotype and genotype female-division 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, Minn., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Heifer Division 4

PGS Heifer Division 4
Deppe Mistress 0419 won phenotype and genotype female-division 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kyle Deppe, De Witt, Iowa, owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 4

PGS Reserve Heifer Division 4
KR Miss Alliance 0907 won reserve phenotype and genotype female-division 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Payton Scott, Gordon, Neb., owns the winning female. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
Conley Ransom 1810 won grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the April 2021 son of Conley No Limit. He first won junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Bull
K&J TCF South Point 125 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned bull at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Korey Moser, Larchwood, Iowa, owns the May 2021 son of Conley South Point 8362. He first claimed intermediate champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
AED Rita 037H won grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn., owns the December 2020 daughter of PVF Blacklist 7077. She first claimed senior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Female
Lemenager Proven Queen J46 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., owns the June 2021 daughter of Conley No Limit. She first won intermediate champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Owned Female

Grand Champion Owned Female
BCR Phyllis 092J won grand champion owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Josie Phillips, Maysville, Ky., owns the April 2021 daughter of PVF Blacklist 7077. She first claimed junior champion-division 2. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Female
Ellies Southern Belle 2112 won reserve grand champion owned female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Carlee Clark, Muldrow, Okla., owns the April 2021 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. She earlier won junior champion-division 1. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair
SKPatton CAF ProvenQueen2022 won grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Karson Patton, Frankfort, Ind., owns the April 2020 daughter of Greene Pokerface 1304. An April 2022 bull calf sired by SKPatton CAF Profile204 is at side. She first won two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Pair
AED Rita 821F won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn., owns the November 2018 daughter of PVF Insight 0129. An October 2021 bull calf sired by S A V 004 Density 4336 completes the winning duo. She first won mature pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair

Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair
SSF Lady 5030 won grand champion owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the May 2020 daughter of Conley Express 7211. A February 2022 bull calf sired by PVF Blacklist 7077 is at side. She first won two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair

Reserve Grand Champion Owned Cow-calf Pair
EXAR Princess 1889 won reserve grand champion owned cow-calf pair at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. John Allison, Yukon, Okla., owns the September 2019 daughter of Dameron First Class. A January 2022 heifer calf sired by C&C Intuition 7104 completes the winning pair. She first won reserve two-year-old pair. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Steer

Grand Champion Steer
FSC Earl 753 won grand champion steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Christian Fischer, Freeport, Ill., owns the March 2021 son of Gateway Follow Me F163. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Steer
PVF Blacklist Z02 won reserve grand champion steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cole Caldwell, Elmwood, Ill., owns the January 2021 son of PVF Blacklist 7077. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
Conley J R 1229 won grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the February 2021 son of Conley No Limit. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer

Reserve Grand Champion Bred-and-owned Steer
BF BCII Follow Me 1024 won reserve grand champion bred-and-owned steer at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Drew Brown, Rockville, Ind., owns the February 2021 son of Gateway Follow Me F163. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Third Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Third Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
CB Princess Val 101 won third overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cealy Bedwell, Holt, Mo., owns the February 2021 daughter of Stevenson Turning Point. She first won early junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fourth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Fourth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
Conley Sandy 1467 won fourth overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Case Conley, Sulphur, Okla., owns the January 2021 daughter of Conley Express 7211. She first claimed reserve early junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fifth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female

Fifth Overall Bred-and-owned Champion Female
BCII HL BF Lady 2021 won fifth overall bred-and-owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Drew Brown, Rockville, Ind., owns the April 2021 daughter of Colburn Primo 5153. She first claimed late junior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Grand Champion PGS Female

Grand Champion PGS Female
DPL Sandy 1595 won grand champion phenotype and genotype female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Anne Dameron, Towanda, Ill., owns the September 2021 daughter of Deer Valley Growth Fund. She first claimed division 1 champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Reserve Grand Champion PGS Female

Reserve Grand Champion PGS Female
RB Lady Alternative 95-136 won reserve grand champion phenotype and genotype female female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kyli Kraft, Fort Collins, Colo., owns the March 2021 daughter of Baldridge Alternative E125. She first won division 3 champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Third Overall Owned Champion Female

Third Overall Owned Champion Female
Conley FRKG Queen Meg 1085 won third overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Houston Ferree, Sullivan, Ind., owns the April 2021 daughter of BRDG Mahogany Prime 904B. She first claimed reserve junior champion-division 1. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fourth Overall Owned Champion Female

Fourth Overall Owned Champion Female
FCF Phyllis 056 won fourth overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Tucker Bayer, Ringle, Wis., owns the September 2020 daughter of Silveiras Style 9303. She first claimed early senior champion. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Fifth Overall Owned Champion Female

Fifth Overall Owned Champion Female
MLA Proven Queen 2128 won fifth overall owned champion female at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Reece Thoreson, Knoxville, Iowa, owns the February 2021 daughter of KR Casino 6243. She earlier won junior champion-division 4. Chad Holtkamp, West Point, Iowa, judged owned heifers; Parker Henley, Stillwater, Okla., assisted in judging owned heifers; Cody Sankey, Economy, Ind., judged the bred-and-owned heifers, bulls and cow-calf pairs; Chris Sankey, Council Grove, Kan., assisted in judging bred-and-owned heifers, bulls, and cow-calf pairs; Cory Thomsen, Madison, S.D., judged the steers; and <font color="Red"><b>Dr. Doug Parrett, Urbana, Ill.</b></font>, judged the phenotype and genotype heifers. A total of 1,143 entries were shown. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 2

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 2
Long Grand River 1101 won bred-and-owned bull class 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Gage Long, Vinita, Okla., owns the winning bull. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 6

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 6
Diamond B S Charm J02 won bred-and-owned bull class 6 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Austin Petow, Cynthiana, Ky., owns the winning bull. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 9

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 9
M C 24 Karat 1026 won bred-and-owned bull class 9 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Zach McCall, Greenville, Va., owns the winning bull. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 11

Bred-and-owned Bull Class 11
SCH Presidential Power 212 won bred-and-owned bull class 11 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw, Ohio, owns the winning bull. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Steer Class 1

Steer Class 1
HAC Jet Black 14 won steer class 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cheyenne Hughes, Golden, Miss., owns the winning steer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Steer Class 3

Steer Class 3
SKW Black Jack 101 won steer class 3 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cheyenne Walker, Toney, Ala., owns the winning steer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Steer Class 6

Steer Class 6
UDE Style 182J won steer class 6 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Madison Riley, Washington Court House, Ohio, owns the winning steer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Steer Class 9

Steer Class 9
Valley Oaks Primo S164 won steer class 9 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Atley Patrick, Chilhowee, Mo., owns the winning steer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Class 2

Bred-and-owned Cow-calf Class 2
BC 890 Pure Pride 990 won bred-and-owned cow-calf class 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Trey Conley, Clarksdale, Mo., owns the winning pair. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Cow-calf Class 2

Owned Cow-calf Class 2
FITZ Miss PrimeTime CF03 won owned cow-calf class 2 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Rachel Smith, Osceola, Neb., owns the winning pair. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Cow-calf Class 5

Owned Cow-calf Class 5
Malsons Savannah 123G won owned cow-calf class 5 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jayce Dickerson, Paradise, Kan., owns the winning pair. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 1

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 1
Meyer LK Forever Lady 1157 won bred-and-owned heifer class 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 4

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 4
CB Horstman Empress 163J won bred-and-owned heifer class 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Claire Brown, Lafayette, Ind., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 5

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 5
Mead Forever Lady V3114 won bred-and-owned heifer class 5 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Annaliese Mead, Barnett, Mo., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 8

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 8
SVA PVF Blackbird 1112 won bred-and-owned heifer class 8 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ashton Dillow, Villa Ridge, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 9

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 9
BCII SKPatton Sandy 104 won bred-and-owned heifer class 9 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Karson Patton, Frankfort, Ind., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 10

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 10
Bar S Pride 123 won bred-and-owned heifer class 10 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jayce Dickerson, Paradise, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 12

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 12
SR SRF Lucy 1131 won bred-and-owned heifer class 12 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kathryn Coleman, Modesto, Calif., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 20

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 20
AVF Blackcap 5880 won bred-and-owned heifer class 20 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kelsey Theis, Leavenworth, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 21

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 21
Pohlman Ariel 0088 won bred-and-owned heifer class 21 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Colter Pohlman, Hereford, Texas, owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 22

Bred-and-owned Heifer Class 22
Insight Maid M F A 2520 won bred-and-owned heifer class 22 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ethan Miller, Gaston, Ind., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 4

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 4
BNWZ Fanny 1017 won phenotype and genotype heifer class 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Nicholas Siemens, Towanda, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 7

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 7
DTA Donna 2107 won phenotype and genotype heifer class 7 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Carter Schroeder, Pella, Iowa, owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 9

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 9
G V F Black Miss 1094 won phenotype and genotype heifer class 9 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Alexandra Duckworth, Greeneville, Tenn., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 1

Owned Heifer Class 1
PCC LB Sara's Dream 938 won owned heifer class 1 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jelani King, Waukomis, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 4

Owned Heifer Class 4
EXAR Princess 1883 won owned heifer class 4 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Haley Walker, Potts Camp, Miss., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 7

Owned Heifer Class 7
Dameron Northern Miss 1201 won owned heifer class 7 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Quentin Day, Lovington, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 9

Owned Heifer Class 9
Kingsway Coor Miss Molly 596 won owned heifer class 9 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Hannah Davis, Winchester, Va., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 14

Owned Heifer Class 14
TCF DPL Sandy 131 won owned heifer class 14 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Scarlett Carney, Carbondale, Colo., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 19

Owned Heifer Class 19
Henning LC Lady 1056 won owned heifer class 19 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jace Stagemeyer, Page, Neb., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 21

Owned Heifer Class 21
DPL Sandy 1579 won owned heifer class 21 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kasey Meyer, Blue Hill, Neb., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 25

Owned Heifer Class 25
Maplecrest SS GF Phyllis1080 won owned heifer class 25 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sadie Poole, Staunton, Va., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 26

Owned Heifer Class 26
SCC SLL Phyllis 145 won owned heifer class 26 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. William Manning, New Albany, Miss., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 27

Owned Heifer Class 27
Lakeview Lady C 2119 won owned heifer class 27 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cheyenne Brunker, Ottawa, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 29

Owned Heifer Class 29
Conley Sandy 1391 won owned heifer class 29 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 30

Owned Heifer Class 30
Genflo Coor Missie 321 won owned heifer class 30 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Hannah Davis, Winchester, Va., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 31

Owned Heifer Class 31
4/B Miss Forever Lady J57 won owned heifer class 31 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 33

Owned Heifer Class 33
JWC Phyllis 2J won owned heifer class 33 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ty Mogck, Olivet, S.D., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 35

Owned Heifer Class 35
UDE Phyllis 1143 won owned heifer class 35 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, Minn., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 36

Owned Heifer Class 36
BLC Empress 2120 won owned heifer class 36 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Colby Brunker, Ottawa, Kan., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 40

Owned Heifer Class 40
Younge Georgina 2136 won owned heifer class 40 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Mycah Weaver, Dougherty, Iowa, owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 41

Owned Heifer Class 41
LVS Forever Lady 2104 won owned heifer class 41 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Sydney Dodge, Pendleton, Ore., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 44

Owned Heifer Class 44
SPL Lyra 2103 won owned heifer class 44 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Kelsey Vietheer, Cottonwood, Calif., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 45

Owned Heifer Class 45
EXAR Princess 5221 won owned heifer class 45 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Jake Allison, Yukon, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 53

Owned Heifer Class 53
WB Princess 035 won owned heifer class 53 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Cara Cummins, Hollis, Okla., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 54

Owned Heifer Class 54
Dameron Elsa 0185 won owned heifer class 54 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Quentin Day, Lovington, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Owned Heifer Class 57

Owned Heifer Class 57
PVF Missie 0145 won owned heifer class 57 at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Ashton Dillow, Villa Ridge, Ill., owns the winning heifer. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 1

Phenotype & Genotype Heifer Class 1
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Black Kettle Award

The Nebraska intermediate roast team won the Black Kettle Award at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Anne Lampe, presenting; Tucker Stagemeyer, Page; Addison Cotton, York; Kasey Meyer, Blue Hill; Tavin Uden, Franklin; and JessaLynn Hudson, Belvidere, recipients; and Garrett Lampe, holding Braylon Lampe; Grayson Lampe; and Weston Lampe, presenting. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Steak 1st

Illinois juniors won first place in the junior steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Blake Wolter, Aviston; Ella Eathington, Avon; Ella Bane, Towanda; Charlee Jones, Gridley; Braden Bartlow, Monticello; and Grayson Leake, Lexington. They prepared "Open Face Caprese Steak Sandwich' and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanship categories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Steak 2nd

Kansas juniors won second place in the steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Aubree McCurry, Hutchinson; Paris Marsh, Oskaloosa; Ruby Hill, Baldwin City; Avery Mullen and Hallie Mullen, both of Ulysses; and Molly Hill, Baldwin City. They prepared "Pinwheel Steak Skewers with Waffle Hash Browns." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Steak 3rd

Viirginia juniors won third place in the junior steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Carrter Eavers, Middlebrook; Rylee Stratton, Appomattox; Mattie Eavers, Middlebrook; and Mason Salling, Montpelier. They prepared "CAB® Carne Asada." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Steak 1st

Illinois juniors won first place in the intermediate steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Max Dameron and Anne Dameron, both of Lexington; Reese Anderson, Chrisman; and Ella Brooks, Prophetstown. They prepared "Chipotle Steak" and also claimed top honors in the showmanship category. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Steak 3rd

Iowa juniors won third place in the intermediate steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lylah Houk, Blakesburg; Jillian Moffitt, Colfax and Cheyenne Houk, Blakesburg; Ryan Doud, Batavia; and Joslyn Koppen, Lakota. They prepared "CAB® Flank Steak Burritos." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Steak 1st

Virginia juniors won first place in the senior steak division and overall in the entire steak catagory at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Jacqueline Bramhall, Lovettsville; Chanse Mullinix, Gretna; Mikayla St. Clair, Berryville; Hannah Davis, Winchester; Suter Clark, Gretna and Zach McCall, Greenville. They prepared "Hibachi Flank Steak" and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanship categories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Steak 2nd

Kansas juniors won second place in the senior steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dane Haverkamp, Bern; Lyle Perrier and Ava Perrier, both of Eureka; Addie Haverkamp, Bern; Eliza Rosenhagen, Cheney; and Chesnie Dickinson, Glasco. They prepared "They Best Grilled Steak Sandwich." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Steak 3rd

Ohio juniors won third place in the senior steak division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Ellie Kidwell, Walhonding; Hannah Millikan, Napoleon; Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw; and Josie Kidwell, Walhonding. They prepared "'It's Greek to Me' Certified Angus Beef Gyros." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Roast 1st

Oklahoma juniors won first place in the junior roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Bentley Lott, Carmen; Kade Henrichs, Okarche; Denton Cook, Cordell; Jake Allison, El Reno; Madilyn Norvell, Tuttle; and Blayklee Stelzer, Oologah. They prepared "Ball Tip Roast With Oklahoma Red-Dirt Butter" and also won top honors in the recipe category. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Roast 2nd

Nebraska juniors won second place in the junior roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Harper Scott, Gordon; Mckinley Stoller, Palisade; Payton Scott, Gordon; and Daniel Young, Scottsbluff. They prepared "Race Day CAB® Shredded Beef Nachos" and also won top honors in the showmanship category. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Roast 3rd

Missouri juniors won third place in the junior roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Madelyn Sampson, Kirksville; Taylor Coulter, Saint Charles; Nolan Dehn, Dearborn; Tyler Meier and Gracyn Meier, both of Jackson; and Madi Coulter, Saint Charles. They prepared "Crockpot™ Beef Street Tacos." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Roast 1st

Nebraska juniors won first place in the intermediate roast division and overall in the entire roast catagory at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kasey Meyer, Blue Hill; Tavin Uden, Franklin; Addison Cotton, York; Tucker Stagemeyer, Page; and JessaLynn Hudson, Belvidere. They prepared "Grand Champion Angus Barbecue" and also claimed top honors in the showmanship category. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Roast 2nd

Ohio juniors won second place in the intermediate roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Maggie Davis and Logan Davis, both of Bidwell; Tori DeMeyer, West Union; and Audrey Hoffman, Coshocton. They prepared "'Night at the Museum' French Dip Sammies" and also claimed top honors in the recipe category. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Roast 3rd

Texas juniors won third place in the intermediate roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brenlen Humpert, Windthorst; Bayler Smith, Kirbyville; Payton Alexander, Nemo; Kilye Winge, Cisco; Dalton Birdwell, Bryson; and Daisy Plaschke, Hallsville. They prepared "Instant Pot® Authentic Birria Tacos." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Roast 1st

North Carolina juniors won first place in the senior roast division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Madalyn Carpenter, Ansonville; Emma Vanhoy, Catawba; Greyson Peeler, Lawndale; Hannah Vanhoy, Catawba; and Mattie Harward, Richfield. They prepared "Shredded CAB® Tacos" and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanshp categories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Burger 1st

Texas juniors won first place in the junior burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Brantley Humpert, Windthorst; Kensley Free, Salado; A'Lee Griffin, Olton; Briella Humpert, Windthorst; Austyn Gorman, Olton; and Harlow Gorman, Olton. They prepared "BBQ Meatloaf Burger with Air Fryer Shallots" and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanship categories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Burger 2nd

Illinois juniors won second place in the junior burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Curtner Bergmann, Vienna; Kelson Kuipers and Claire Kuipers, both of Leroy; Macie Bartlow, Macomb; and Madaline Bergmann, Vienna. They prepared "Reuben Burgers." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Junior Burger 3rd

Missouri juniors won third place in the junior burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Cealy Bedwell, Holt; Kye Lehenbauer, Palmyra; Kassidie Eagleburger, Elkland; and Cinch Dowling, Fair Grove. They prepared "Loaded CAB® Cowpoke Burgers." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Intermediate Burger 1st

Virginia juniors won first place in the intermediate burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Alexis Musselman, Purcellville; Brooklyn Davis, Winchester; Madison Stratton, Appomattox; Aubrey Herbers, Lynchburg; Kallie Jo Poole, Staunton; and Kadyn Harris, Stuanton. They prepared "Ultima Angus Hamburguesas, CAB® Ground Beef & Black Bean Burger" and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanship caegories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Burger 1st

Oklahoma juniors won first place in the senior burger division and overall in the entire steak catagory at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Blake Henrichs, Okarche; Sydney Johnson, Orlando; Alyson Friesen, Arnett; Victoria Gerken, Cashion; Blake Long, Adair; and Brady Lott, Carmen. They prepared "Ultimate Burger on Dirt-It's Poppin'" and also claimed top honors in the recipe and showmanship categories. The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Burger 2nd

Louisiana juniors won second place in the senior burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kara LeBeouf, DeRidder; Jacey LeJeune, Lake Charles; Emma LeJeune, Elton; and Lanie LeBeouf, Deridder. They prepared "Pepperjack Boudin Stuffed CAB® Burger." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Senior Burger 3rd

Illinois juniors won third place in the senior burger division at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Lauren Wolter, Aviston; Jordi Oliver, Buncombe; Emily Kiesewetter, Farmington; Ashlyn Mool, Lexington; and Emily Brooks, Prophetstown. They prepared "Jerk Sliders." The American Angus Auxiliary sponsored the event. Photos by Pearl's Pics.

Ardyce Apron Winners

The Oklahoma junior roast team were the Ardyce's Apron winners at the All-American Certified Angus Beef® (CAB) Cook-Off at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 5 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Blayklee Stelzer, Oologah; Madilyn Norvell, Tuttle; Bentley Lott, Carmen; Kade Henrichs, Okarche; Denton Cook, Cordell; Jake Allison, El Reno, recipients; and Jim O'Neill; Jane Scott; and Anne Patton Schubert, presenting. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

NJAA Alumni and Friends Scholarship

Jace Stagemeyer, Page, Neb., left, received the NJAA Alumni and Friends $1,750 Scholarhip at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Mack C. Olson Memorial Angus Scholarship

Lexi Knapp, Bloomfield, Iowa, left, received the Mark C. Olson Memorial $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Roscoe L. Richardson Memorial Scholarship

J. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va., left, received the Roscoe L. Richardson Memorial $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Joseph & Ruby Schaff/Schaff Angus Ranch Scholar

Karlee Sailer, Golden Valley, N.D., left, received the Joseph & Ruby Schaff/Schaff Angus Ranch $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Cory Watt Memorial Scholarship

Mattie Harward, Richfield, N.C., center, received the Cory Watt Memorial $2,000 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award are Tanner Rhodes, left, and Carly Rhodes, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Richard and Wanda Wilson Scholarship

Colter Pohlman, Hereford, Texas, left, received the Richard and Wanda Wilson $1,000 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award are Richard Wilson, center; and Wanda Wilson, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

DeEtta Wood Memorial Scholarship

Mary Wood, Willow Spring, N.C., center, received the DeEtta Wood Memorial $1,750 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award are Ava Wood, left; and Justin Wood, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Woodlawn Farms Scholarship

Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw, Ohio, right, received the Woodlawn Farms $1,250 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Casey Jentz, American Angus Assocation regional manager, left. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

CAB/NJAA Scholarship

Ellie Kidwell, Walhonding, Ohio, left, received the Certified Angus Beef (CAB) LLC/NJAA $1,500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Gary Brost LEAD Award

Morgan Hutchins, Charleston, Ill., left, and Charles Parr, Mason City, Ill., right, received the Gary Brost Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the awards is Anne Patton Schubert, center. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Thomas A. & Catherine Chambers LEAD Award

Jonwyn Ayres, Medford, Ore., left, received the Thomas A. and Catherine Chambers Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Stan Prox LEAD Award

Lauren Wolter, Aviston, Ill., right, received the Stan Prox Memorial Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Linda Prox, left. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Gary M. Stoller Jump Start Your LEADership Award

Wyatt Smith, Osceola, Neb., center, received the Gary M. Stoller Jump Start Your LEADership award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award are Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, left; and Reagan Skow, right. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Jean Ann (Neumeyer) Bojorquez Memorial Scholarship

Sydney Dodge, Pendleton, Ore., left, received the Jean Ann (Neumeyer) Bojorquez Memorial and Robert & Hollyce Neumeyer Angus $1,000 Angus Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

C.L. Cook Angus Scholarship

Hannah Williams, Milan, Ga., left, received the C.L. Cook Angus $2,000 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Taylor Gazda, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Oliver A. Hansen/Laudemere Farms Angus Scholarship

Allie Bieber, Waukon, Iowa, left, received the Oliver A. Hansen/Laudemere Farm Angus $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Henderson/Bradley 3 Ranch Angus Scholarship

Mardee Sadowsky, Eagleville, Mo., left, received the James and Mary Lou Henderson/Bradley 3 Ranch $1,250 Angus Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the awared is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Howard & JoAnne Hillman/Bon View Farms Scholarship

These junior Angus members received the Howard and JoAnne Hillman/Bon View Farms $1,000 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Howard Hillman, presenting; Craig Becker, Atlantic, Iowa, state scholarship winner; Lynae Bowman, Germanton, N.C., national scholarship winner; and JoAnne Hillman, presenting. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

James E. Horton Jr. Angus Scholaships

Heather Gladney, Buhl, Ala., left, received the James E. Horton Jr. Angus $4,250 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Gordon & Robin Keys & Family Virginia Angus

Hannah Davis, Winchester, Va., center, received the Gordon and Robin Keys and Family Maryland Angus $1,250 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award are Sarah McCallk, left, and Pam Velisek, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Joe Bill Meng Memorial Scholarship

Ethan Vanderwert, Columbia, Mo., left, received the Joe Bill Meng Memorial Angus $750 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Ed and Wilma Minix/Black Witch Farm Scholarship

Marcie Harward, Richfield, N.C., left, received the Ed and Wilma Minix/Black Witch Farm Angus Youth $3,000 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Steve Pass, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Angus Foundation $2,000 Scholarship

These junior members received the Angus Foundation Undergraduate $2,000 Scholarships at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured front row from left are Kelsey Theis, Leavenworth, Kan.; Alexis Vandebergh, Cleveland, N.D.; Kinsey Crowe, Eaton, Ohio; Kyli Kraft, Fort Collins, Colo.; Alli Perry, Fayetteville, Tenn.; Lexi Knapp, Bloomfield, Iowa; Amelia Miller, Gridley, Ill.; Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill.; and Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, presenting. Pictured back row from left are Trey Conley, Clarksdale, Mo.; Seth Cox, Eagle Point, Ore.; J. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va.; Victoria Gerken, Cashion, Okla.; Kady Figge, Onaga, Kan.; and Jordyn Wickard, Greenfield, Ind. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Angus Foundation $5,000 Scholarships

These junior members received a $5,000 scholarship in memory of Richard L. "Dick" Spader, former American Angus Association executive vice president at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Sheri Spader, presenting; Jonwyn Ayres, Medford, Ore.; Alexis Koelling, Bowling Green, Mo.; and Colter Pohlman, Hereford, Texas, recipients. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

A League of Their Own Tennessee Scholarship

Ben Mayfield, Pulaski, Tenn., left, received the 2012 NJAS - In a League of Their Own Tennessee $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Arkansas Angus Auxiliary Scholarship

Nicholas Pohlman, Prairie Grove, Ark., left, received the Arkansas Angus Association $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting is Michelle Rieff, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Iowa Junior Angus Associaion State Scholarhip

Sophia Patchin, Mitchellville, Iowa, left, received the $750 Iowa Junior Angus Association State Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Kurt Greiman, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Iowa Junior Angus Association National Scholarship

Isaac Rhode, Stewartsville, Mo., left, received the $750 Iowa Junior Angus Association National Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Kurt Greiman, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Kansas Angus Association Scholarship

Ava Perrier, Eureka, Kan., left, received the Kansas Angus Association $1,250 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting is Anne Lampe, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Texas Angus Association Scholarships

These junior members received the Texas Angus Association $1,000 Scholarships at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Kelly Blackwell, presenting; Presley Sliger, Hamilton, Texas; McKenzie Kostel, McKinney, Texas; and Tracy John, presenting. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $3.9 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Western States Nat Jr Angus Scholarship

Matthew Rosman, Creston, Wash., left, received the Western States National Junior Angus Show $500 Scholarship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured presenting the award is Kathi Creamer, right. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Angus/Talon Youth Undergraduate Scholarship

These junior members were awarded the Angus/Talon Youth Educational Learning Program Undergraduate $5,000 Scholarships at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured front row from left are Ryan Borer, Buchanan, Va.; Suter Clark, Gretna, Va.; Alexandria Cozzitorto, College Station, Texas; Allison Davis, Shelbyville, Tenn.; Avery Dull, Westminster, Md.; Eva Hinrichsen, Westmoreland, Kan.; Ella Jordan, Savannah, Mo.; Stuart Lastovica, Salado, Texas; and Lizzie Schafer, Owaneco, Ill. Back row from left are Richard Dyar, Chairman of the Angus Foundation Board of Directors, presenting; Blake Long, Big Cabin, Okla.; Emma Nowotny, New Braunfels, Texas; Clay Pelton, Paradise, Kan.; Rylie Philipello, Bryan, Texas; Cutter Pohlman, Hereford, Texas; Nicholas Pohlman, Prairie Grove, Ark.; and Eric Schafer, Owaneco, Ill. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

AF Grad Scholar & Angus/Talon Grad Scholar

Kallie Knott, Laotto, Ind., left, received the Angus/Talon Youth Educational Learning Graduate Program $10,000 Scholarship, and Haley Greiman, Perry, Iowa, right, received the Angus Foundation Graduate Program $5,000 Scholarship. They are pictured receiving their awards at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Since 1998, the Angus Foundation has awarded more than $4.2 million in undergraduate and graduate scholarships to Angus youth. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Pat Grote LEAD Award

The Illinois intermediate steak team won the Pat Grote Leaders Engaged in Angus Development (LEAD) Award at the 2022 National Junior Angus Show (NJAS) Scholarship Presentation, July 6-8 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Deanna Hofing, American Angus Auxiliary president, presenting; Max Dameron and Anne Dameron, both of Towanda; Reese Anderson, Chrisman; and Ella Brooks, Prophetstown, recipients. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

First Place Showmanship Honors

Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., right, won first place showmanship honors, receiving the prestigious Dean Hurlbut Award, in the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Also pictured is Deanna Hofing, American Angus Auxiliary president, left, presenting the Silver Revere bowl. The top five winners also received a monetary award from the Ham James Memorial Fund. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Second Place Showmanship Honors

Walker McDermott, Wiota, Iowa, right, won second place showmanship honors at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Also pictured presenting the Silver Revere bowl is Julie Conover, American Angus Auxiliary president-elect, left. The top five winners also received a monetary award from the Ham James Memorial Fund. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Third Place Showmanship Honors

Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan., right, won third place showmanship honors at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Also pictured presenting the Silver Revere bowl is Karla Knapp, American Angus Auxiliary secretary-treasurer, left. The top five winners also received a monetary award from the Ham James Memorial Fund. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Fourth Place Showmanship Honors

Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark., right, won fourth place showmanship honors at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Also pictured presenting the Silver Revere bowl is Pam Velisek, American Angus Auxiliary advisor, left. The top five winners also received a monetary award from the Ham James Memorial Fund. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearls Pics.

Fifth Place Showmanship Honors

Olivia Gerloff, Bland, Mo., right, won fifth place showmanship honors at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Also pictured presenting the Silver Revere bowl is Christy Perdue, American Angus Auxiliary regional director. The top five winners also received a monetary award from the Ham James Memorial Fund. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Top Five Showmen

These Angus enthusiasts won the top five showmanship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dylan Evans, judge; Olivia Gerloff, Bland, Mo., fifth place; Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark., fourth place; Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan., third place; Walker McDermott, Wiota, Iowa, second place; Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., first place; Melissa Davis, judge; and Pearl Walthall, judge. The top five showmen are named from the 15 finalists during the final round of competition. Each of the top five finishers received a cash prize from the Ham James Memorial Fund and a Silver Revere bowl from the American Angus Auxiliary. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Top Fifteen Finalists

These outstanding showmen won top fifteen finalists and honorable mention at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dalton Chambers, Tenino, Wash.; Lily Gisclair, Longville, La.; Tyler Getzlaff, Ocala, Fla.; Jordyn Wickard, Greenfield, Ind.; Olivia Gerloff, Bland, Mo.; Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark.; Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan.; Walker McDermott, Wiota, Iowa; Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill.; J. Gordon Clark, Gretna, Va.; Mycah Weaver, Dougherty, Iowa; Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, Minn.; Karson Patton, Frankfort, Ind.; Sydney Johnson, Orlando, Okla.; and Victoria Gerken, Cashion, Okla. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Exhibitors Receive Honorable Mention

These exhibitors received honorable mention at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Avery Dull, Westminster, Md.; Baylee Wulfkuhle, Lawrence, Kan.; Rylee Closser, Hebron, Ohio; and Taylor Schofield, Pavilion, New York. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Arkansas

Taylor Kelner, Bradley, represented Arkansas at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Colorado

Madalyn Rohr, Elbert, left, and Payton Voloshin, Craig, right, represented Colorado at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Florida

Tyler Getzlaff, Ocala, represented Florida at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Iowa

Walker McDermott, Wiota, left, and Mycah Weaver, Dougherty, right, represented Iowa at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Illinois

Eric Schafer, Owaneco, left, and Paige Lemenager, Hudson, right, represented Illinois at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Indiana

Karson Patton, Frankfort, left, and Jordyn Wickard, Greenfield, right, represented Indiana at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Kansas

Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, left, and Baylee Wulfkuhle, Lawrence, right, represented Kansas at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Kentucky

Mackinziann Conway, Lawrenceburg, represented Kentucky at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Louisiana

Lily Gisclair, Longville, represented Louisiana at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Maryland

Avery Dull, Westminster, represented Maryland at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Michigan

Kristopher Kosal, Deckerville, represented Michigan at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Minnesota

Dawson Johnson, Pipestone, left, and Alyssa Nesler, La Crescent, right, represented Minnesota at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Missouri

Olivia Gerloff, Bland, left, and Grace Busch, Saint James, right, represented Missouri at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Mississippi

Abigayle Case, Brookhaven, represented Mississippi at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Montana

Helaina Fowler, Lewistown, represented Montana at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Nebraska

Braden Schulte, Kearney, left, and TaraLee Hudson, Belvidere, right, represented Nebraska at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

New York

Taylor Schofield, Pavilion, left, and Anna King, Cobleskill, right, represented New York at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

North Carolina

Greyson Peeler, Lawndale, left, and Marcie Harward, Richfield, right, represented North Carolina at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Ohio

Kristina Scheurman, Warsaw, left, and Rylee Closser, Hebron, right, represented Ohio at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Oklahoma

Victoria Gerken, Cashion, left, and Sydney Johnson, Orlando, right, represented Oklahoma at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Pennsylvania

Kiersten Baker, James Creek, left, and Caleb Miller, Marietta, right, represented Pennsylvania at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Tennessee

Ben Mayfield, Pulaski, represented Tennessee at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Texas

Kannon Kirk, Aledo, left, and Rylie Philipello, Bryan, right, represented Texas at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Virginia

Hannah Davis, Winchester, left, and J. Gordon Clark, Gretna, right, represented Virginia at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Washington

Dalton Chambers, Tenino, represented Washington at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Wisconsin

Jacob Krusemark, Burlington, left, and Bree Gaffney, Barneveld, right, represented Wisconsin at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 2-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Forty-two youth from across the country competed for top honors in the 56th annual event. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Top Five Showmen

These Angus enthusiasts won the top five showmanship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in Kansas City, Mo. Pictured from left are Dylan Evans, judge; <font color="Red"><b>Olivia Gerloff, Bland, Mo., fifth place; Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark., fourth place; Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan., third place; Walker McDermott, Wiota, Iowa, second place; Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., first place</b></font>; Melissa Davis, judge; and Pearl Walthall, judge. The top five showmen are named from the 15 finalists during the final round of competition. Each of the top five finishers received a cash prize from the Ham James Memorial Fund and a Silver Revere bowl from the American Angus Auxiliary. Photo by Pearl's Pics.

Top Five Showmen

These Angus enthusiasts won the top five showmanship at the 2022 National Junior Angus Showmanship Contest, held in conjunction with the National Junior Angus Show (NJAS), July 7-9 in <font color="Red"><b>Kansas City, Mo</b></font>. Pictured from left are Dylan Evans, judge; Olivia Gerloff, Bland, Mo., fifth place; Taylor Kelner, Bradley, Ark., fourth place; Lauren Frederick, Hutchinson, Kan., third place; Walker McDermott, Wiota, Iowa, second place; Paige Lemenager, Hudson, Ill., first place; Melissa Davis, judge; and Pearl Walthall, judge. The top five showmen are named from the 15 finalists during the final round of competition. Each of the top five finishers received a cash prize from the Ham James Memorial Fund and a Silver Revere bowl from the American Angus Auxiliary. Photo by Pearl's Pics.
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