The Coshocton County Beacon January 17, 2018 - Page 25

THE BEACON 25 www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com JANUARY 17, 2018 Ohio Fair Managers select Ohio fairs’ queen Contributed | Beacon McCutcheon She will represent Ohio’s State, County and Indepen- dent Agricultural Fairs for 2018 and will assist with the queen’s selection process during the 2019 Ohio Fair Managers Convention in Columbus Ohio Jan. 2-6, 2019. Contributed | Beacon DOVER – Th e River View girls and boys swim teams both defeated New Philadelphia during a dual meet at the Tuscarawas County YMCA on Wednesday night, Jan. 10. For the girls, Lindsey Ashcraft won the 200 In- dividual Medley (2:34.06), and tied for fi rst in the 500 Freestyle (6:11.63); Josie Fornara won the 100 Butterfl y (1:17.15); Jesse Vandenbark was second in the 50 Free (28.64); Carolyn Cox was second in the 100 Backstroke (1:13.84) and third in the 200 IM (2:44.86); Katie Hardesty was third in both the 200 (2:33.73) and 500 Free (6:58.57); Rylee Sondles was second (1:40.09) and Shelby Barnett third (1:49.96) in the 100 Fly; Ally Helmick was second (1:30.39) and Rachel Vandenbark third (1:31.47) in the 100 Breast- stroke; and Rachyl Smalley was third in the 100 Back (1:28.57). Th e girls 200 Medley relays took fi rst and second place, the 200 Free relays fi nished fi rst and third, and the 400 Free relays fi nished second and third. Overall, they won by a score of 92-70. For the boys, Caleb Fischer won both the 100 Fly (1:00.72) and the 100 Breast (1:07.40); Jake Mitchell won the 200 Free (2:03.75), and was third in the 100 Fly (1:02.93); Reas Pepper won the 100 Free (58.60), and was second in the 200 IM (2:32.40); Dylan Harsh was second (26.15) in the 50 and third in the 500 Free(6:35.63); Brady Phillabaum was second in the 100 Back (1:13.45); and Lane Wahl was third in both the 50 Free (26.72) and the 100 Back (1:19.40). Th e boys medley relays were second and third, the 200 relays were fi rst and third, and the 400 Free relays were second and third. Th ey won by a fi nal score of 84-81. Th e Black Bears also traveled to the Muskingum Recreation Center for a dual meet with Tri Valley on Jan. 15. 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McCutcheon was chosen from a fi eld of 77 county and independent fair queens and crowned on Saturday, Jan. 6 during the combined Senior and Junior Fair Board member general session. Th ere were more than 2,600 Senior and Junior Fair Board members in the Battelle Ballroom, Columbus. Th e key note address was delivered by Ashlee Lund- vall. Her presentation titled “A Redefi ned Life: Lessons from a Pitch Fork” was extremely well received by the combined Junior and Senior Fair Board audience. McCutcheon is from Licking County and is heavily in- volved in the Hartford Independent Fair in Croton. She is a member of the Clover Connections 4-H Club and the Utica FFA Chapter. Her primary project work has been with market lambs, but she has also exhibited breeding sheep, market goat, and FFA work such as agri-science fair displays, woodworking, concrete and landscaping. She is the daughter of Jeff and Lisa McCutcheon of St. Louisville. She is currently a senior at Utica High School and will be attending Th e Ohio State University in the fall to pursue a degree in nursing. Morgan’s 4-H and FFA work span a period of twelve years. Morgan has served as a Licking County 4-H Camp Counselor, Hartford Junior Fair Board Member, Ohio 4-H State Ambassador, Licking County Lamb Queen, Utica FFA Chapter Offi cer, 4-H Club Offi cer, and attended several state and national events representing Licking County 4-H. Morgan was also recognized as the 2016 State 4-H Sheep Project Award winner and attend- ed the 2016 National 4-H Congress in Atlanta Georgia as a representative of the Ohio 4-H program. An honor student at Utica High School, Morgan has been very active in the volleyball program, served as class offi cer each year, a member of the National Honor Society, and participates in the College Credit Plus (CCP) program while she has taken courses at Th e Ohio State University, Newark Campus. River View swim teams defeat New Philadelphia