Members of the Seymour FFA chapter fared well last week in various agriculture competitions at the Ozark Empire Fair in Springfield.
In FFA horticulture, Seymour had two champions. Felicity Cantrell was the grand champion in perennials, while Levi Glenn was the reserve champion in the same category.
Seymour had 12 horticulture entries at the fair. Of those 12, students won 11 blue ribbons and one red ribbon. Seymour was seventh in team points against a field of nearly 20 schools.
Blue-ribbon winners included Felicity Cantrell (three ribbons), Promise Cantrell, Levi Glenn, Kaytlyn Jones, Merisa Mason, Mackenzie Roderick, Andrew Simpson, Hayley Tarzwell and Joseph Watkins. Kate Brennan won a red ribbon.
In ag-mechanics competition at the fair in Springfield, Felix Cantrell won a blue ribbon for his end table, while Bryent Willis won a blue ribbon for his hat rack. Wyatt Salkil also received blue for his hat rack.
Salkil earned a red ribbon for another hat rack; James Townlian also received a red ribbon for his wooden mixing table.