Cassopolis teen wins sheep showman overall, grand overall market

CASSOPOLIS – After last year’s cancelation, the Cass County Fair is back in full swing with 4-H animal shows.

On Monday, Jena Bradley, of Cassopolis, won both the overall showman and grand champion overall market in the sheep competition.

“It’s exciting to win, and it’s amazing to have the fair back,” Bradley said. “It feels like everything is back together, and we can have fun again.”

Katherine Gregory, of Edwardsburg, was reserve showman overall and was reserve grand overall market.


Showmanship results



Champion – Jena Bradley – Champion Showman

Reserve – Mallary Dohm



Champion – Katherine Gregory – Reserve Showman

Reserve – Ella Boulanger



Champion – Jackson Whitmyer

Reserve – Jordan High



Champion – Ellie Starr

Reserve – Chase Johnson


Market Ewe Results


AOB Ewe:

Champion – Kalayah Armstrong

Reserve – Paige Lilley


Crossbred Ewe:

Champion – Jena Bradley – Grand Ewe

Reserve – Layla True




Hamp Ewe:

Champion – Katherine Gregory – Reserve Grand Ewe

Reserve – Ella Boulanger


Suffolk Ewe:

Champion – Holly Lawson

Reserve – Marlana Antisdel


Market Wether Results


AOB Wether:

Champion – Louisa Peterson

Reserve – Carter Newland


Crossbred Wether:

Champion – Jena Bradley – Reserve Grand Wether

Reserve – Jordan High


Hampshire Wether:

Champion – Ruthie High

Reserve – Mallary Dohm


Natural Wether:

Champion – Katherine Gregory – Grand Wether

Reserve – Adam Starr


Suffolk Wether:

Champion – Chase Johnson

Reserve – Alexandra Westphal

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