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State Ornamental Horticulture Demonstration Results

By April 28, 2011No Comments

GAINESVILLE, FL – Florida FFA is pleased to announce the results of the 2011 State Ornamental Horticulture Demonstration Career Development Event (CDE).  The OH Demo event was held Friday, April 22, 2011 at the University of Florida in Gainesville.  Florida FFA is very appreciative of the support of our event coordinator Dr. Ed Osborne and the many volunteers that helped make this event a success.

As a matter of procedure, event results are considered unofficial for (2) business days following publishing. It is the responsibility of the FFA Advisor to request and review individual team results. Any appeal must be made to the FFA Executive Secretary in writing for necessary adjustments to be made.  At the close of business on the second business day following publishing, results will be official.

The results, by category are as follows:

Artistic Arrangement – High School Division

1.  Cedar Key
2.  Lennard
3.  Bronson
4.  Sarasota Riverview
5.  Haines City
6.  Sebring Sr.
7.  Belleview
8.  South Dade
9.  Forest
10. Kathleen Sr

Artistic Arrangement – Middle School Division

1.  Turkey Creek MS
2.  Tomlin MS
3.  Cottondale MS
4.  Lake Asbury MS
5.  South Sumter MS
6.  Dundee Ridge MS
7.  Suwannee MS
8.  Clermont MS
9.  Coconut Palm MS
10.  Lake Gibson MS
11.  J.F. Kennedy MS

Landscaping – High School Division

1.  Trenton
2.  Durant
3.  Lennard
4.  Tenoroc
5.  Bronson
6.  Wildwood
7.  South Dade
8.  Bartow
9.  Varela
10.  East Ridge

Landscaping – Middle School Division

1.  Martinez  MS
2.  Cedar Key MS
3.  Crystal Lake MS
4.  Clermont MS
5.  Redland MS
6.  J. F. Kennedy MS
7.  Cheifland MS
8.  Tomlin MS
9.  Dundee Ridge MS
10.  Gray MS
11.  Cottondale MS
12.  South Sumter MS

Marketing – High School Division

1.  Strawberry Crest
2.  East Ridge
3.  Ferguson
4.  Durant
5.  Kathleen
6.  Trenton
7.  Suwannee
8.  Varela
9.  Lake Wales
10.  Bunnell

Marketing – Middle School Division

1.  Nolan MS
2.  Pierson-Taylor MS
3.  Heritage MS
4.  McLaughlin MS
5.  Suwannee MS
6.  Marshall MS
7.  Dundee MS
8.  Cottondale MS
9.  J. F. Kennedy MS
10.  Redland MS
11.  Gray MS
12.  Cedar Key MS

Production – High School Division

1.  Durant
2.  Cedar Key
3.  Middleburg
4.  Strawberry Crest
5.  Haines City
6.  Kathleen
7.  Belleview
8.  Varela
9.  South Dade
10.  Dunnellon

Production – Middle School Division

1.  Tomlin MS
2.  Cheifland MS
3.  Dundee Ridge MS
4.  Trenton MS
5.  Deltona MS
6.  Bartow MS
7.  Doral MS
8.  Marshall MS
9.  Gray MS
10.  Clermont MS
11.  Redland MS
12.  Cottondale MS

Consumer Use – High School Division

1.  Cedar Key
2.  Ferguson
3.  Kathleen
4.  Sebring
5.  Sarasota
6.  Lake Gibson
7.  Durant
8.  Bronson
9.  East Ridge
10.  Matanzas

Consumer Use – Middle School Division

1.  J. F. Kennedy MS
2.  Cedar Key MS
3.  Gray MS
4.  Suwannee MS
5.  Dundee Ridge MS
6.  Tomlin MS
7.  Kathleen MS
8.  Marshall MS
9.  South Sumter MS
10.  Redland MS
11.  Hinson MS
12.  Cottondale MS

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