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2017 RESULTS  
Grand Champion Simmental honors went to Kayden Tanner with his Southern Jewel Cattle Co. sponsored heifer. He received, $1,500 and a buckle for the win. Alyssa Bowen exhibited the reserve grand champion in the Superbowl Simmental show. Her Southern Jewel Cattle Co. sponsored heifer won her $1,000 and buckle.
   
Lauren Thomas was awarded the grand champion Simbravieh  honor and won $100 and a buckle. Colton Payne exhibited the grand champion percentage Simbrah heifer at the Superbowl. His heifer was sponsored by Hagan Cattle Co. and Payne won $500 and a buckle.
   
Kayla Boyett saw her heifer sponsored by Smith Genetics and McCrary Farms take the reserve honor in the percentage Simbrah and netted her $250 and a buckle. Blaine Gibson  won the grand champion purebred Simbrah title at the Superbowl and $1,500 and a buckle. His heifer was sponsored by Smith Genetics.
   
Jane Hunt took the reserve grand purebred Simbrah honor, along with $1,000 and a buckle. Her heifer was sponsored by Smith Genetics and Reavis Farms.
Showmanship winners with their buckles (l to r) Jennifer Mask, Carlos X Guerra, II, Jaycie Phillips, Miranda Skaggs, Bradley Meuth, Mia Barba, Madison Culpepper, Megan Rogers, Katy Berry, Amelia Stavinoha, Jacob Freidrich, Payton Meuth, Colton Payne, Key Lutrick and Bryan Sadler. Meuth was the overall winner taking home $1,000 for the win and Lutrick took home $750 as the reserve overall showman. The exhibitors are flanked on the left by Carlos X Guerra, founder of the event and Emily Lochner, judge and on the right by Laramie Priest, judge and Tim Smith, founder.
   
   
   
   
   
   
2016 RESULTS  
Caleb Fuchs exhibited the grand champion Simbrah at the 2016 Superbowl. His heifer was sponsored by La Muneca Cattle Co. Zach Mills exhibited the reserve grand champion Simbrah at the 2016 Superbowl. His heifer was sponsored by Smith Genetics and Southwestern Farms.
   
Gage Spence exhibited the grand champion Percentage Simbrah at the 2016 Superbowl His heifer was sponsored by Hagan Cattle Co. Sophia Palmore exhibited the reserve grand champion Percentage Simbrah at the 2016 Superbowl. Her heifer was sponsored by Smith Genetics.
   
Key Lutrick exhibited the grand champion Simmental at the 2016 Superbowl. His heifer was sponsored by Elmore Cattle Services. Jayci Phillips exhibited the reserve grand champion Simmental at the 2016 Superbowl. Her heifer was sponsored by Circle M Farms.
   
Lauren Thomas exhibited the grand champion Simbravieh at the 2016 Superbowl. Her heifer was sponsored by La Muneca Cattle Co. Showmanship judges, top two winners from eight division and event founders posed for a photo. Front row includes Erin Worrell and Tom Wells, judges. Middle row (l to r)Emily Denny, Jayci Phillips, Kaily Critendon, Waylon Hinze, Robert Stavinoha, Allison Willoughby, Zach Mills, Brennan Seal, Amelia Stavinoha, Olivia Vela, Kailey MeNormand, Peyton Meuth, Key Lutrick, Carlye Rodenbeck, Kirby Nixon and Bailey Scogin. Back row (l to r) Carlos Guerra and Tim Smith, founders.
   
 
Scholarship winners.  
   
   
2015 RESULTS  
The Superbowl Grand Champion Simmental
honor went to Aubree Blissard with an
Elmore Cattle Services sponsored heifer.
The Superbowl Reserve Grand Champion Simmental
honor went to Dalton Russell with a
Circle M Farms sponsored heifer.
   
The Superbowl Grand Champion Percentage Heifer
honor went to Payton Meuth with a Hagan sponsored heifer.
The Superbowl Reserve Grand Champion Percentage Heifer
title went to McClaine Pawelek with a Baring bred heifer.
   
The Superbowl Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer
title went to Caryle Rodenbeck with a Smith Genetics sponsored heifer.
The Superbowl Reserve Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer
title went to Olivia Vela with a RGV Cattle Co. sponsored heifer.
   
Forty-two exhibitors received
$250 scholarships at the conclusion of the show.
The champion and reserve champion showmen of each age
divisions competed for the overall grand and reserve showman titles.
(L to R) Aubree Blissard, Peyton Moore, Loralei Hill, Robert Stavinoha III,
Zach Mills, Madison Culpepper, Tyler Denny, Calley McGinley, judges Kyle
and Heidi Poppe, Kendall Smidovek, Payton Meuth, Carlye Rodenbeck,
Josh Evans, McClaine Pawelek, Hannah Derouen, Dalton Russell and
Sydney Paul. Also pictured on the back left is Carlos Guerra, a sponsor
and one of the events coordinators. Smidovek and Denny were the overall winners.
   
2014 RESULTS  
Jodi Blount exhibited the
Grand Champion Simmental Heifer,
sponsored by Seale Cattle Co.
Presley Martin exhibited the
Reserve Grand Champion Simmental,
sponsored by Hidden Oaks Cattle Co.
   

Bradley Meuth exhibited the Grand Champion
Percentage Heifer, sponsored by Hagan Cattle Co.

Caleb Rodenbeck exhibited the
Reserve Grand Champion Percentage Heifer,
sponsored by Smith Genetics.

   
Miranda Skaggs exhibited the
Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer,
sponsored by Hagan Cattle Co.

Kaleb Fontenot exhibited the
Reserve Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer,
sponsored by Smith Genetics and Reavis Farms.

   
Thirty-six exhibitors received $250 scholarships. Showmanship winners included (l to r) TJSSA
Princess Payton Meuth, McKenzie Martinez,
Miranda Skaggs, Ethan Woods, Conner Alexander,
Jodi Blount, Katy Berry, Carlos Guerra, founder,
Hannah Wine, judge, Tim Smith, founder,
Carlye Rodenbeck, Cameron Chappell,
Emma Berry, Kennedy Wilde, Dustin Hempel,
Hope Onstot and TJSSA Queen, Georgia Dunn.
   
2013 RESULTS  
Ethan Wood exhibited the Superbowl Grand Champion
Simmental Heifer. She was sired by Mr NLC Upgrade
and was sponsored by Seale Show Cattle.
He won $1,500 for the overall win.
Candice Tindle exhibited the
Superbowl Reserve Grand Champion Simmental Heifer.
She was sired by CNS Dream On L186 and sponsored by
Circle M Farms. She won $1,000 for the overall win.
   
Kaleb Fontenot exhibited the Superbowl
Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer.
She was sired by Smith Evan and sponsored by Smith Genetics.
He won $1,500 for the overall win.
Candice Tindle, also exhibited the
Superbowl Reserve Grand Champion Simbrah Heifer.
She was sired by Smith Nu Wave II and sponsored by
Smith Genetics and Wentz Farming Co.
The win netted $1,000 for Tindle.
   
 
Showmanship winners for the show
(l to r, first and second for each age group)
McKenna Tshirhart, Leroy Stavinoha III, Katy Berry,
Laura Dyer, Victoria Villanueva, Winston Walters,
Maggie Beuershausen, Josh Evans, Hope Onstot,
Katlyn Smith, Callie Henly and Corey Todd. Carlos Guerra (l
) and Tim Smith (r) founders of the Superbowl
are also pictured with the winners.
 
   
   
2012 RESULTS  
Andrew Holland exhibited the Superbowl
Grand Champion Simmental Female.
The heifer was sponsored by Circle M Farms and
Holland received a belt buckle and $1,500.
Kacie Lacina exhibited the Superbowl Reserve Grand
Champion Simmental Female.
The heifer was sponsored by
Knezek Simmental/Simbrah Ranch
and she received a buckle and $1,000.
   
Victoria Villanueava saw her entry take the Superbowl
Grand Champion Simbrah Female honor.
The heifer was sponsored byLa Muneca Cattle Co.
Villanueava received a buckle and $1,500.
Victoria Villanueava also took the reserve
grand champion honor at the Superbowl Simbrah show.
Her heifer was sponsored by El Escobar and
she won $1,000, plus a buckle.
   
Mary Kate Walters exhibited the reserve
Simbrah junior champion with Smith Priceless Passion,
a Smith sponsored heifer.
Samantha Nichols exhibited the reserve
Simbrah heifer calf, Roxin Roxie,
a Neumann sponsored entry.
   
Participants vied for over $5,000 dollars in
showmanship across six age divisions.
The first and second place winners from the age
groups posed for a photo.
(L to R) McKenna Tschirhart, Clay Smith, Katy Berry,
Andres Villanueava, Victoria Villanueava, Peyton Meuth,
Neely Young Nelson, judge, Dustin Hempel,
Hadley Baker, Brooke Springer, Candice Tindle,
Kelly Garrett and Kallie Fuchs.
Back row Carlos Guerra and
Tim Smith, event coordinators.
2012 Superbowl participants
   
   
2011 RESULTS  
Vanessa Hinojosa, with her La Hacienda Hinojosa
sponsored heifer won the Superbowl Grand Champion title
and $1,500.
Callie Henly with her Smith/Hagan sponsored heifer
was named Superbowl Reserve Grand Heifer
and received $1,000.
   
Maggie Beuershausen and her Hales bred heifer,
claimed the Superbowl Grand Champion Simmental
honor and $1,500.
Kelly Garrett with her Knezek bred heifer
went home with the
Superbowl Reserve Grand title and $1,000.
   
At the conclusion of the Simmental-Simbrah Superbowl,
35 exhibitors names were drawn at random
and each received $250 scholarships.

(L to R) Hannah Wells, Harlingen, Texas and Lauren Thomas
won the 9 and under division, while Payton Meuth, Floresville,
Texas and Graceann Mullins, Golden, Texas won the 10 and 11 division;
Cody Bishop and Dylan Hempel, claimed the 12 and 13 spots.,
Trae Simmons, judge Dustin Hempel, Victoria, Texas and
Callie Henly won the 14 and 15 division, Linay Runnels,
Devine,Texas and Kallie Fuchs, Columbus, Texas were the
16-year-old winners,followed by Zachary Krueger, Hooks, Texas and
Danielle Green, Texas in the 17 and
18 division. The Overall Grand Showman was
Dustin Hemple receiving $1,000 andPayton Meuth
was reserve and received $500.

   
   
2010 RESULTS  
The Simmental/Simbrah Superbowl exhibitors who
won $250 scholarships each, along with coordinators,
Carlos Guerra and Tim Smith pose for a photo at the
completion of the 18th annual event. The show has now
awarded more than $400,000 to Texas exhibitors of
Simmental and Simbrah cattle.
Kellie Garrett, Cuero, Texas exhibited the Junior Champion
Simbrah at the Superbowl.
   
Jordan Grahmann, Hallettsville, Texas exhibited his
Simbrah heifer to the Grand Champion honor at
the Superbowl. The heifer was sponsored
by La Muneca.
Dylan Hempel, Victoria, Texas exhibited the
Grand Champion Simmental at the Superbowl.
The heifer was sponsored by Knezek Simmental/Simbrah.
He was awarded $1,500 in prize monies.
   
Callie Henly, was the showmanship winner, winning $1,000.
She also exhibited the calf champion Simbrah in the Superbowl.
Britt Larson, Pilot Point, Texas exhibited his Simbrah heifer
the Reserve Grand Champion honor at the Superbowl.
His Hagan Cattle Co., sponsored heifer won $1,000.
   
Simmental-Simbrah Superbowl showmanship winners included
these Texas juniors with founders an judge (l to r): Carlos Guerra,
Conner Neumann, Lauren Thomas, Morgan Thomas,
Dylan Hempel, Taryn Cunningham, Jim Williams, Dustin Hempel,
Callie Henly, Kallie Fuchs, Marcos Flores, Kelsey Hodges,
and Tim Smith.
Morgan Thomas, Raymondville, Texas saw her
family’s sponsored heifer win the Reserve Grand
Champion Simmental title at the Superbowl
and $1,000 for that win.
   

 

 

 

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