The Uniontown FFA Livestock Judging team placed 5th at the National FFA Livestock Evaluation contest held on October 30th and 31st in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Uniontown represented Kansas at the national event after earning the opportunity with their state championship win this past May at the Kansas FFA contest.
Haydon Schaaf, Clay Brillhart and Nick Hathaway led the team with their gold division finishes.
Makenzee Franklin was also on the team and landed in the silver division.
On day one of the contest members had to place three keep/cull classes of livestock and complete a written exam on their own.
They were then paired up and had to complete a team breeding and marketing activity.
On day two each member had to place eight livestock classes and talk four sets of reasons.
The team is coached by Uniontown FFA Advisor Scott Sutton.
Franklin and Hathaway are freshmen at Fort Scott Community College. Franklin is on the livestock judging team at FSCC and Hathaway is on the meat judging team there.
Schaaf is a freshman at Redlands Community College in Oklahoma and is on their livestock judging team.
Brillhart is a junior at Uniontown High School.