FFA teams harvest top 10s, but come short at making state

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FFA teams harvest top 10s, but come short at making state

From left to right: senior Hanna Alnemer, junior Jordan Miller, senior Hailey Middleton, and senior Kirk Niekamp.

From left to right: senior Hanna Alnemer, junior Jordan Miller, senior Hailey Middleton, and senior Kirk Niekamp.

From left to right: senior Hanna Alnemer, junior Jordan Miller, senior Hailey Middleton, and senior Kirk Niekamp.

From left to right: senior Hanna Alnemer, junior Jordan Miller, senior Hailey Middleton, and senior Kirk Niekamp.

Dea-Mallika Divi, Staff Reporter

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Future Farmers of America competed in the area competition at Bells High School before Thanksgiving break on November 15. Competition consisted of a six to eight minute presentation promoting FFA to individuals representing “media” and then answering questions about FFA.

“My favorite thing is actually competing,” junior Jordan Miller said. “In the moment with my team seeing everything we’ve practiced playing out before the judges.”

Despite their preparations they still faced some difficulties.

“The hardest thing was to memorize answers to the questions they ask the team at the end of the competition,” senior Hailey Middleton said.

Although no teams advanced to state, Public Relations placed 4th out of 14th, Agricultural Advocacy placed 7th out of 14th, and Senior Creed placed 7th out of 14​th.