Here are the winners of the 2018 Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show

Mikaela Fleener was the reserve champion for steer in the 2018 Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show from Feb. 14-17.

Mikaela Fleener was the reserve champion for steer in the 2018 Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show from Feb. 14-17.

This year marked the 75th annual Katy ISD FFA Livestock Show, where students presented their farm animals and with an auction and barn sale to benefit the club. See the winners of this weekend's competition:









Exhibitor: Mia A. Sexton
Buyer: Legacy Ford, $6,500





Exhibitor: Preston Richardson
Buyer: Robert Beisert and Sons Drywall, $6,400





Exhibitor: Brianna Davis
Buyers: Old Katy Originals, Chad and Michelle Matthews; $7,000





Exhibitor: Makena Farmer
Buyers: Bluegrass Maintenance, Westside Chevrolet and Kia, Straight Line Metal Buildings; $7,800





Exhibitor: Marco Sevilla
Buyer: Condo Maze JRP LLC, $13,000





Exhibitor: Rachel Wheeler
Buyers: Andy and Karen Murray, Melissa and John Kapsen, Lee and Cynthia Haas, Haawesome Girls; $20,000












Exhibitor: Rebecca Lynn Jeffrey
Buyer: Guaranty Bank (Westbound Bank), $6,499





Exhibitor: Shyann R. Coppens
Buyers: Wells Fargo, Emacyn Shockley, Orrick Herrington and Sutcliffe LLP; $6,399





Exhibitor: Khyli Hobbs
Buyers: Old Katy Originals, Capitol Farm Credit; $6,999





Exhibitor: Jaden Lynette Thorn
Buyers, $ 7,799:

  • Waller County Judge Ted Krenek, justice of the peace for Precinct 4

  • Dean Hrbacek for Judge

  • Katy City Council Member Gary Jones

  • Katy Mayor Chuck Brawner

  • Waller County Judge Trey Druhon

  • Justin Beckendorff,  Waller County Commissioner for Precinct 4

  • Texas Sen. Lois Kolhorst, R-Brenham

  • Judge Kelly Crow, Fulshear Municipal Court

  • Fulshear Mayor Pro Tem Tricia Krenek

  • Weisser Engineering and Surveying

  • Texas Rep. Mike Schofield, R-Katy

  • Texas Rep. John Zerwas, R-Richmond

  • Bill Callegari

  • Andy Meyers, Fort Bend County Commissioner for Precinct 3

  • Fort Bend Charities







Exhibitor: Avery Raquel Cegielski
Buyers: Katy Mayor Chuck Brawner, Inframark, Katy Mayor Pro Tem Duran Dowdle, Jon Strange, Gary and Sherri Jones; $12,999





Exhibitor: Mikaela Fleener
Buyer: Bobby G. Jones Memorial, $13,000




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