TIMONIUM — The senior Carroll team took first place in the 4-H Food and Nutrition Bowl on Sept. 1 at the Maryland State Fair.
The four-member team answered questions about nutrition in the quiz show-type competition.
Team members were Rachel Bradley, 14, of Sykesville; Harry Entrekin, 18, of Finksburg; and Amy Gesell, 14, and Stephanie Hann, 13, both of Westminster.
Other 4-H winners at the state fair included:
* Jaime Baile, 13, of Union Bridge -- champion entries in junior arts and crafts for a black and white pencil portrait and paper mache vegetables arranged in a basket.
* Wendy Hunter, 11, of Finksburg -- second in the Class 3 bicycle contest.
* Amanda Kent, 15, of Hampstead -- runner-up in the senior electric energy contest. She will represent Maryland in the electric energy contest in the National 4-H Engineering Event in Richmond, Va., Sept. 29.
* Shane Martin, 14, of Union Mills -- first in the Class 6 bicycle contest.
* Megan Menning, 11, of Wards Chapel -- first in the Class 3 bicycle contest.
* John Mladjenovich, 12, of Sykesville -- first in the Class 5 bicycle contest.
* Michael Myers, 17, of Frizzellburg -- senior champion the compact tractor contest. He will represent Maryland in the national contest in Richmond.
* Cheryl Owings, 12, of Union Bridge -- champion in the intermediate food preparation category for white rolls.
* Jaime Reinhart, 12, of Westminster -- champion in the junior home furnishings category for a framed cross-stitch sampler.
* Steven Robertson, 10, of Klees Mill -- junior champion in the compact tractor contest.
* Jeremy Withnell, 10, of Westminster -- first in the Class 2 bicycle contest.