CLARENDON, TX: Clarendon College’s Meats Team was named the 2021 national champions over this past weekend.
Meats judging coach Tate Corliss and his team of scholars from Clarendon College brought home the 2021 national championship. The team scored first out of six teams. Additionally, out of 24 contestants, Clarendon students scored the following:
• Megan Miller from Silver City, NM scored high overall individual
• Kendra Pfeiffer from Boerne, TX scored 4th high individual
• Kamryn Bevel from Bedias, TX scored 5th high individual
• Pake Parkington from Ropesville, TX scored 9th high individual
Johnny Treichel, Clarendon College’s judging teams coordinator and division chair for agriculture, stated that he is extremely proud of the hard work of the students and of Coach Tate Corliss. Treichel also noted that he is thankful for all who support the team, stating that without the support from the college and the community, the success of the team and its students would not be possible.
Clarendon College President, Tex Buckhaults, stated that he is very proud of the meats judging team and their continued tradition of success.
Anyone interested in information about Clarendon College admission and tuition, please visit clarendoncollege.edu or call (806) 874-3571 or toll free at (800) 687-9737.
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