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TAPPS Girls Class 2A State Final
Shiner Saint Paul vs Muenster Sacred Heart at McMurry University – Abilene, TX
Saturday, March 4th – 3:00 p.m.

*If Saint Paul wins, they will play in TAPPS 2A State Final – Saturday, March 4th – 3:00pm


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(February 27, 2017, AMARILLO, TX) – Rich O’Toole is recovering from a car accident this past Saturday in an Amarillo hospital.  Rich was in Amarillo for a show at The Golden Light Café and Cantina when the car he was riding in was involved in an accident.  He was rushed to North West Texas Hospital with a severe neck injury.  He underwent surgery Sunday night and will remain the hospital for an undetermined amount of time.  An announcement will be made about his upcoming shows soon.

$1.7 million San Antonio Rodeo comes to a close

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By Susan Kanode
For the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo

SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Feb. 25, 2017) – The San Antonio Rodeo started on Feb. 9 with 400 contestants hoping to leave the AT&T Center with big paychecks.

That dream came true for the Xtreme Bulls champion on Saturday afternoon and the rodeo champions on Saturday night. The day started out with an exciting performance of bull riding where Colorado’s Ty Wallace rose to the top.

Wallace rode Powder River Rodeo’s Shocker for 90 points. That eight-second effort netted him a whopping $25,380. And while he didn’t win the bull riding at the rodeo, he still earned $14,613 bringing his San Antonio total winnings to $39,993.

The stars were shining on Amberleigh Moore and her great mare “CP Dark Moon” in the AT&T Center as well. Moore, from Keizer, Ore., and the eight-year-old horse that she calls Paige won all three rounds in her preliminary bracket. Then, they won a round and tied for first in the two semifinals competitions. She led the standings coming into the finals by over $2,000.

Taking the first barrel with left-hand turns and the next two to the right, she had the fastest time on Saturday night once again at 13.98 seconds. She had made five victory laps around the AT&T Center horseback. Her sixth one was standing in the back of a Ford truck. She earned $29,339.

“I was talking to her the whole trip,” Moore said. “It’s amazing that she could hear me with the fans in here, but she did and she did everything I asked her to.”

Paige was also honored as one of the Animal Athletes at the San Antonio Rodeo. That got Moore another $1,500 bonus. Moore is leaving San Antonio as the highest earning contestant in the rodeo’s history.

Bareback riding saw unheard of scores at the top of the leaderboard. Tyler Nelson, from Victor, Idaho, won first place in the finals with a 91.5-point ride on Frontier Rodeo’s Full Baggage. That got him $14,476 for the night and total earnings of $25,881 for the biggest win of his career.

World champion and current standings leader, Tim O’Conner from Zwingle, Iowa finished half a point behind Nelson with 91. Tanner Aus from Granite Falls, Minn., had a 90 and the final check went to Richmond Champion from The Woodlands, Texas, with an 89.

“This was the best bareback riding I’ve ever witnessed, “O’Connell said. “Where else can you go and score 91 points and finish second? That was phenomenal.”

Hunter Herrin, from Apache, Okla., was a repeat champion and he did it with speed. The tie-down roper tied his own arena record with a 6.6-second run Saturday night. He won $22,734.

Kaleb Driggers from Albany, Ga., is a three-time team roping champion in the AT&T Center and he’s won it with three different partners. He finished at the top of the standings this year with the reigning world champion all-around, Junior Nogueira from Presidente Prudente, Brazil. The each earned $21,692.

Plans are already underway for the 2018 San Antonio Rodeo which will be held Feb. 8 – 24.


Bareback Riding – Tyler Nelson, Victor, Idaho, $25,881

Steer Wrestling – Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont., $21,604

Team Roping – Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil

And Kaleb Driggers, Albany, Ga., $21,692

Saddle Bronc Riding – CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah, $24,927

Tie-Down Roping – Hunter Herrin, Apache, Okla., $22,745

Barrel Racing – Amberleigh Moore, Keizer, Ore., $29,339

Bull Riding – Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho, $27,033


SAN ANTONIO, Texas (Feb. 25, 2017) — The following are final results from the San Antonio Stock Show Rodeo, the 12-time Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Large Indoor Rodeo of the Year. Complete results are available at sarodeo.com


Finals followed by total money (20th performance) —


Bareback Riding: 1, Tyler Nelson, Victor, Idaho, 91.5 points on Frontier Rodeo’s Full Baggage, $14,476. 2, Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa, 91, $10,857. 3, Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn., 90, $7,238. 4, Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas, 89, $3,619. (total money) 1, Nelson, $25,881. 2, O’Connell, $21,407. 3, Aus, $14,438. 4, Champion, $13,242.


Steer Wrestling: 1, Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont., 3.8 seconds, $14,476. 2, Josh Peek, Pueblo, Colo., 4.1, $10, 857. 3, Scott Guenthner, Provost, Alberta, 4.3, $7,238. 4, Jon Ragatz, Beetown, Wis., 4.5, $3,619. (total money) 1, Erickson, $21,604. 2, Peek, $18,270. 3, Ragatz, $11,817. 4, Guenthner, $11,693.


Team Roping: 1, Luke Brown, Stephenville, Texas, and Jake Long, Coffeyville, Kan., 4.0 seconds, $14,476. 2, Kaleb Driggers, Albany, Ga., and Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil, 4.3, $10,857. 3, Bubba Buckaloo, Kingston, Okla., and Travis Woodard, Stockton, Calif., 4.4, $7,238. 4, Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M., and Jim Ross Cooper, Stephenville, Texas, 5.4, $3,619. (total money) Driggers and Nogueira, $21,692. 2, Brown and Long, $21,034. 3, Buckaloo and Woodard, $13,974 4, Dustin Egusquiza, Mariana, Fla., and korty Koontz, Stephenville, Texas, $11,334.


Saddle Bronc Riding: 1, (tie) Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla., on Beutler and Son Rodeo’s Nutrena’s Wound Up and CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah, Calgary Stampede’s Stampede Warrior, 87.5 points and $12,666 each. 3, Nat Stratton, Goodwell, Okla., 87, $7,238. 4, (tie) Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Okla., and Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas, 86, $1,809. (total money) 1, Bradshaw, $24,927. 2, Braden, $22,076. 3, Stratton, $13,974. 4, Crawley, $12,074.


               Tie-Down Roping: 1, Hunter Herrin, Apache, Okla., 6.6 seconds, $14,476. 2, Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La., 7.1, $10,857. 3, Trell Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., 7.8, $7,238. 4, Caleb Smidt, Bellville, Texas, 7.9, $3,619. (total money) 1, $22,745. 2, Hanchey, $19,696. 3, Smidt, $11,389.


Women’s Barrel Race: 1, Amberleigh Moore, Keizer, Ore., 13.98 seconds, $14,476. 2, Kathy Grimes, Medical Lake, Wash., 14.11, $10,857. 3, Nellie Miller, Cottonwood, Calif., and Taylor Langdon, Aubrey, Texas, 14.16, $5,428 each. (total money) 1, Moore, $29,339. 2, Grimes, $23,474. 3, Langdon, $12,272. 4, Ivy Conrado, Hudson, Colo., $9,980.


Bull Riding: (two rides) 1, Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho, 91 points on D&H Cattle Company’s Sweet Pro Bruiser, $19,905. 2 ,Scottie Knapp, Albquerque, N.M., 88, $16,286. (total money) 1, Jarboe, $27,033. 2, Knapp, $20,206. 3, Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah, $15,706. 4, Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo., $14,613.


TJ Broscoff on TTRMS!

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We would like to thank TJ Broscoff for being our guest on TTRMS, below are a few pics from the show. As always, you can hear the show on demand, as well as, learn more about upcoming guests by visiting the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase page.

Bri Bagwell on TTRMS – Wednesday, March 1st!

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SHINER, TX — Bri Bagwell will be our guest Wednesday, March 1, 2017 on the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase, Live from TKO’s Bar-Grill-Music located in the Historic William Green Building, at 103 E 7th in Shiner!

Doors open at four, and the Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase begins at 8pm. There is no charge to attend and all ages are welcome. For the best seats, we recommend arriving early.

Bri Bagwell

Bri Bagwell

March 1st – 8:00pm

Connect: @BriBagwell

Bri Bagwell is an independent artist without a record deal, and without management. Her popularity is derived 100% by word of mouth and her raw talent. This grass roots effort is rare these days; it speaks to her infectious music and appeal. She started playing in a band with her older brothers while just a teenager growing up in New Mexico. A couple of weeks after turning 18, she moved to Austin, TX to study at UT and begin her music career in the live music capital of the world.

Her first CD, “Banned from Santa Fe”, released June 2011, sold through several printings, and gained traction very quickly among music fans. Bri Bagwell was the only female artist on the Texas Music Chart for a few weeks with her single, also titled “Banned from Santa Fe” and her song “Whiskey” became her 1st top 15 hit and has passed 70,000 YouTube views on the single’s video.

In 2013, Bri released her self-titled EP, which featured two brand new radio singles, “Hound Dog” and “Crazy”. Her latest radio release, “Crazy,” has been praised for its witty and relatable lyrics, and it continues to climb the Texas charts. In the internet age with music coming at you from every type of media, it is harder and harder for artists to get attention. Bri Bagwell is not only gaining attention, but she is also drumming up excitement; and, she does it all without a million-dollar budget.
TTRMS Performance: 2015, 2017

Top Songs: My Boots,” “Whiskey,” “Half As Good,” “Beer Pressure


The Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase is a seasonal radio show, produced by Texas Thunder Radio, and hosted by Egon Barthels, from TKO’s Bar-Grill-Music in the Historic William Green Building at the corner of Avenue E (US90A) and 7th in Shiner, Texas. There is NO CHARGE and ALL AGES are welcome. Monetary tips to performing artist are welcomed and encouraged. With respect for artists on the TTRMS Radio Show, we kindly ask those in attendance to keep conversation noise down, during the show, which is from 8-9pm.

Texas Thunder Radio Music Showcase LIVE radio show airs Wednesdays at 8pm|CT on Texas Thunder Radio at 94.3 and 99.9FM , TexasThunderRadio.com, and Texas Thunder Radio on the TuneIn Radio App! Thank you for your support of Live Music!

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