The senior team consisting of Lily Dyar (Narrator), Corbin Crenwelge (as Will Carver) and Robert Harter (as Ben Kilpatrick) will be going to Texas 4-H Roundup State Contest June 7-10 after winning District 10 Share the Fun Contest held at Fredericksburg in April.

As Dyer narrates the life and times of famous Sonora outlaws Carver and Kilpatrick, the boys play out reminiscent scenes from their life of crime and the infamous shootout in Sonora April 2, 1901, killing outlaw Will Carver.
Also winning District in their category of Share the Fun competition was the Intermediate group of Andy Harter, Kenzee Bryant, Isidro Munoz, Isaac Dyar, Blair Blackbird, Peyton Taylor, Brook Kaiser and Justys Seaton who played the part of the dying 4-H patient in the overly-dramatic and hilarious soap opera episode Days of Our Guiding 4-H Light.

Junior team Stella Harter and Wade Kaiser won their category as the famous duo of Lucy and Ricky Ricardo.

Also qualifying for District but unable to compete due to conflicts was Presley Mayfield in Poetry and Gabbi Dyar in Solo Musical Performance.
Corbin Crenwelge will also be competing at State 4-H Roundup in his Public Speaking category of Ag and Natural Resources giving a speech on The Benefits of Hunting Whitetail Deer.

Coach Tammy Fisher is excited to take the seniors to state and said that working with the kids this year was so fun and she could not be prouder of the hard work and dedication they put into their projects this year.