Share Facebook Twitter Google + LinkedIn Pinterest Grand Champion: Bailee Amstutz, Richwood (Grade Champion)Res. Grand Champion: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Grade Res. Champion)Third: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Natural Colored Champion)Fourth: Erin Dilger-Lawrence (Natural Colored Res. Champion)Fifth: Carly Gump, Fletcher (Hampshire Champion)Youth exhibitors entered 711 lambs in the 2017 Junior Market Lamb Show. Here are more results from the 2017 show:Judge Miles Gibbs, Del Rio, TexasPhotos by Mindi Brookhart. HampshireChamp: Carly Gump, FletcherRes. Champ: Bailee Amstutz, Richwood ShropshireChamp: Kayla Ritter, Montgomery CountyRes. Champ: Sarah Young, Leesburg SouthdownsChampion: Mylee Shatto, Ft LoramieRes. Champion: Kole Justin, Richwood SuffolkChampion: Austin Hunker, BellevueRes. Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Ft. Loramie DorsetChampion: Jada Shroyer, DeGraffRes. Champion: Jada Shroyer, DeGraff MontadaleChampion: Zane Melvin, RadnorRes. Champion: Andrew Guthrie, Washington C.H. OxfordChampion: Erin Dilger Lawrence, HebronRes. Champion: Elizabeth Shatto, Ft. Loramie AOBChampion: Andrew Guthrie, Washington C.H.Res. Champion: McKala Grauel, Ridgeway Brockle-faceChampion: Chloe Gump, FletcherRes. Champion: Justin Howell, Danville Natural ColoredChampion: Carly Gump, FletcherRes. Champion: Erin Dilger Lawrence, Hebron GradeChamp: Bailee Amstutz, RichwoodRes. Champ: Carly Gump, Fletcher Kayla Ritter, 18, from Montgomery County had the Champion Shropshire. Craig Schiff, 15, from Clinton County shows his Shropshire. Andrew Guthrie, 12, from Fayette County shows his Shropshire. Paige Teeters, 15, from Highland County shows her Brockle-face lamb Mya Carrick, 9, from Attica braces her Natural Colored lamb. Exhibitors lead their lambs around the ring. Chloe Gump from Fletcher braces her lamb for the judge. Alisha Rader, 16, from Eaton focuses on the judge. Justin Mason, 14, from Coshocton County shows his Montadale lamb. Judge Miles Gibbs Austin Hunker, 14, Bellevue, watches the judge. Sara Young, 17, from Highland County keeps eye contact with the judge with her Suffolk. Taylor Hannan, 14, from Wood County shows her Suffolk. Caleb Kieser, 12, from Darke County waits for the judge to review his lamb. Shropshire exhibitors wait for the judge’s placing. Liz Schiff, 12, from Clinton County looks to the judge. Addilyn Bryant, 9, from Ashland sets up her Crossbred lamb. Exhibitors waiting for the judge. Crossbred lambs. Cameron Lake, 16, from New Concord shows his lamb to the judge. Carly Gump of Fletcher wins Champion Natural Colored lamb. Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Grade champion drive Bailee Amstutz gets the handshake for champion. Champion drive Champion drive Erin Dilger-Lawrence positions her lamb in the champion drive. Champion drive Carly Gump braces her champion Hampshire in the Champion Drive. Champion Drive 2017 Champion Drive
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MONTREAL – A cluster of tornadoes that knocked down trees and tore the roof off a home in southern Quebec last June was one of the largest ever recorded in Canada, according to new research from Western University.The findings suggest the extreme storms are more common in the country than previously thought.As part of a pilot project to detect previously unreported tornadoes, Western researchers found that a record-setting 11 tornadoes touched down in Quebec on June 18, 2017, rather than the four that were previously recorded.That’s the most ever recorded in the province.To reach their conclusion, the team used aircraft to fly over areas that had produced weather ”super-cells,” then worked backwards using images of the damage to estimate the wind speeds, according to an engineering professor who worked on the study.“Basically, we think that the tree-fall pattern — the proportion of trees that go down and also the patterns of the trees — gives us an indication of how strong the tornado will have been,” Gregory Kopp said in a phone interview.Kopp said the most powerful tornado to hit southern Quebec that day was a 200 km/h twister that damaged a 30-kilometre swath near Ste-Anne-du-Lac, north of Montreal.“There was a house there that was completely destroyed, so the roof and the walls were sucked away, all the contents were hundreds of metres downwind,” he said.According to Environment Canada, about 60 tornadoes are observed in Canada each year, most of them in the Prairies and southern Ontario.But weather models suggest the true number is closer to 200, according to meteorologist Alexandre Parent.Parent said the federal agency usually depends on reports from observers on the ground in order to confirm a tornado, which means that those in remote areas can be missed.He said the study suggests tornadoes are much more common in Canada than experts previously believed.“There are many that last only a few minutes, or that measure only a few dozen or a few hundreds metres wide, so they’re touching very, very local sectors,” he said.Because Western’s study is new, Parent says it’s too soon to say how it could be used in the future.Kopp, however, believes the added information could help authorities better identify tornadoes as they form, thus improving the effectiveness of the early warning system.He said it could also lead more builders to adopt tornado-proof building standards, at a cost of only a few hundred dollars more per home.News of Quebec’s record-breaking June tornado cluster came as no surprise to one amateur storm chaser who has travelled across North America in the pursuit of the elusive storms.Jean-Francois Massicotte said he was looking at weather data that day and saw the most volatile conditions forming in areas that were too hard to chase.“We were seeing all these big thunderstorms up north that we just couldn’t reach, we couldn’t get to them, so I’m not surprised that somebody made a study and found there were many more tornadoes on that day,” said Massicotte, a member of a group of self-described “weather nerds” that calls itself Quebec Vortex.Massicotte, 34, says tornadoes move quickly, don’t last long and don’t always follow the roads, which makes them hard to catch.But that hasn’t stopped him from trying, by using weather models, satellite images, radar, and weather reports and then racing to likely sites in the hopes of getting lucky.“The most spectacular thing you notice is the clouds, how they’re all racing towards the point where it will form,” he said.While he’s come close a few times, he says his ultimate goal is to get close enough to get that perfect photo, looking straight up into a powerful storm.