Post-Secondary Awards Lean West

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Post-Secondary Awards Lean West

Date: 
Tue, 10/04/2011

Modesto Junior College (MJC) took home the team overall title for the Post-Secondary Dairy Judging Contest. Rocco Cunningham of MJC was first place individual.

The top awards in the Post-Secondary Dairy Judging Contest at World Dairy Expo both went to Modesto Junior College, the individual award going to Rocco Cunningham.

Modesto Junior College

Modesto topped out with a combined overall score of 2,175. That put them over 40 points ahead of second place Morrisville State College, at 2131. Full results are below.
1. Modesto Junior College (MJC) 2,175
2. Morrisville State College (MSC) 2,131
3. State University New York (SUNY) Cobleskill #1 2,125
4. Kaskaskia College #1 2,065
5. UW-Madison Short Course (UWSC) 2,057
6. Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC) 2,054
7. Michigan State Ag Tech 2,007
8. SUNY Cobleskill #2 2,005
9. Fox Valley Technical College 1,878
10. Lakeshore Technical College (LTC) #1 1,878 (tie broken by reasons)

11. LTC #2 1,762
12. Kaskaskia College #2 617 (one team member)

In the practical portion of the contest, teams compete in a linear registered, and commercial class. In the practical portion overall, the teams ranked:
1. LTC #1 489.33
2. SUNY Cobleskill #1 488.00
3. MJC 468.33
4. MSC 459.00
5. LTC #2 423.67
6. SUNY Cobleskill #2 379.33

Rocco Cunningham

Individually, Rocco Cunningham of MJC took home the title. He edged out Clark Tyler by just four points. The top two were six points above the rest of the field.
1. Rocco Cunningham, MJC, 735
2. Tyler Clark, MSC, 731
3. Madison Fisher, UWSC, 725
4. Emilie Strand, MJC, 723
5. Steve Quanz, SUNY Cobleskill #1, 722
6. Monica Soares, MJC, 717
7. Miranda Kollmann, Kaskaskia College, 715
8. Tyler Carter, Kaskaskia College, 705
9. Jake Pamkowski, SUNY Cobleskill #1, 703
10. Mike Laspada, MSC, 700 (tie broken by reasons)

11. Patrick Sweatman, MSC, 700
12. Eric Worden, SUNY Cobleskill #1, 700
13. Jesse Phillips, SUNY Cobleskill #2, 698
14. Deidre Bowen, Michigan State Ag Tech, 693
15. Tyler Egeland, NICC, 689
16. Natalie Sanders, MJC, 686
17. Ben Colopy, SUNY Cobleskill #1, 685
18. Pete Shell, NICC, 685
19. Aaron Lien, NICC, 680
20. Brett Hildebrandt, UWSC, 673

Congratulations to all those participating!