The 2012 Wyandot County Junior Fair court is (from left) Kayla Keller, Jenna Brocklesby, Alex Cameron, fair Queen Sierra Miller, fair King Jesse Shane, king runner-up Jarred Shellhouse, queen runner-up Danielle Brodman, Nick Riedlinger and Darby Walton.
Rachel Wilson is the 2012 Wyandot County Junior Fair Horse Princess. Wilson took fourth prize in the Junior Fair 4-H freestyle riding show on Friday.
Rabbits showmanship winners at the Wyandot County Fair are (from left) Megan Gatchell, second place, beginners; Krystal Krout, sixth place, intermediate; Kayla Counts, first place, senior; Anna Massara, fourth place, senior; Kaitlyn Shane, sixth place, junior; and Makayla Fischbach, first place, beginners.
Winning for best opposites for the rabbits at the Wyandot County Fair are (from left) Angela Massara, Holland lop; Anna Massara, Californian; Kaitlyn Shane, standard chinchilla and Harlequin; and Morgan Lynch, New Zealand. Lynch also is the 2012 Wyandot County Junior Fair Rabbit Queen.
Meat pen reserve champ
Noah Black, 9, of Carey, won reserve grand champion meat pen. He is a member of the Carey Boys 4-H club.
Eleven-year-old Olivia Motta, of Carey, won grand champion meat pen for her rabbit. She is a member of the Carey Boys 4-H club.
Best of breeds
The Wyandot Fair has announced the winners in the rabbits best of breeds. Pictured are (from left), Zoey Overmier, Netherland dwarf; Anna Massara, Holland lop; Kayla Counts, mixed breed; Angela Massara, mini lop; and Kaitlyn Shane, Harlequin.
McKenzie Row, 11, of Carey, won several awards for her rabbits at the Wyandot County Fair, including grand champion, reserve grand champion overall and best of breeds. She is a member of the Carey Boys 4-H club.