2022 Scholarship Program Winners
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2022 Scholarship Program Winners

2022 SFVA Scholarship Competition Winners

2022 Applied Scholarship Winners

Youth Livestock Scholarships


  • First place: Ryan Borer of Botetourt County, $2,150
  • Second place: Salem Sifford of Fauquier County, $1,792
  • Third place: Chet Boden of Frederick County, $1,434
  • Honorable mention: Laura McPherson of Chesapeake, $896
  • Honorable mention: Samuel Braden Stern of Shenandoah County, $896


  • First place: Sarah Craun of Rockingham County, $1,793
  • Second place: Abigail Miller of Wythe County, $1,494
  • Third place: Makayla Emory of King George County, $1,195
  • Honorable mention: Rachel Haile of Hanover County, $747
  • Honorable mention: Makayla McPherson of Chesapeake, $747


  • First place: Sedona Sifford of Fauquier County, $1,793
  • Second place: Kaid Altman of Orange County, $1,494
  • Third place: Kylie Blevins of Washington County, $1,195
  • Honorable mention: Gannon Long of Rockingham County, $747
  • Honorable mention: Ella Miller of Wythe County: $747

General State Fair Scholarships

Youth Development Scholarships

  • Chet Boden of Frederick County, $2,000
  • Ryan Borer of Botetourt County, $2,000
  • Sadie Wentz of Orange County, $2,000

Gatewood Holland Stoneman Scholarship

  • Kennah Kerns of Frederick County, $1,000

Farm Credit Scholarship

  • Grayson Long of Rockingham County, $1,000
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