Carli Lawley, a Goose Creek Memorial High School senior, is all smiles with her Grand Champion Steer, Alamo, who was auctioned for $21,000 at the 2021 Baytown Youth Fair and Livestock Show. Lima Industrial Services won the steer in an exciting auction. Lawley plans to attend Sam Houston State University and become an agriculture teacher. (Baytown Sun photo by Matt Hollis)

A year after COVID-19 canceled the Baytown Youth Fair, the event roared back to celebrate its 60th year with a whopping $21,000 Grand Champion Steer sale.

It was neck-and-neck with Bayshore Dodge and Channel Shipyard trading figures, but in the end, Lima Industrial Services came away the proud owner of Alamo, a 1,220-pound steer.

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