The annual premium sale was scheduled for Saturday afternoon.
During the show, FFA and 4-H club members from Levelland, Sundown, Anton, Ropesville, Whitharral and Smyer showed 28 steers, eight heifers, 64 lambs, 57 rabbits, 24 goats, over 300 barrows and 35 wood and metal ag mechanics projects.
The show began with goats, lambs, rabbits, heifers, steers and ag mechanics projects being shown Wednesday and barrows being shown Thursday with the championship drive being made shortly before 3 p.m.
Harleigh Hoelscher, a member of the Whitharral 4-H, showed both the grand and reserve grand champion goats.
Miss Hoelscher also claimed the senior goat showmanship buckle and Trystan Steward, a Smyer 4-H member, earned the junior goat showmanship award.
Competition increased during the lamb show as the number of animals and classes increased.