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2017 Yoakum FFA 4-H Stock Show Results

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(Pictured: Eric Taylor, Calhoun County 4H Agent, judging the 2017 Yoakum Livestock Show, meat goat division. Photo courtesy of Dewitt County Agent, Anthony Netardus.)

Yoakum FFA 4-H Stock Show Results:

Market Steers 🐮 –

Grand Champion –
Kaci Herman

Reserve Champion –
Kailee Knezek

Showmanship –
Kaci Herman

3rd – Nicholas Gomez

Rabbits 🐰-

Grand Champion –
Lisa Sidenberger

Reserve Champion –
Rachel Powell

3rd – Gage Dicke
4th – Brenna Blakeny
5th – Emilie Brandes
6th – Trey Fishbeck
7th – Brennon Green
8th – Ashley Dicke
9th – Heather Green
10th – Julia Fojt
11th – Cody Thamm
12th – Macie Blakeney
13th – Brittney Farek
14th – Olivia Fojt
15th – Brooke Prasek
16th – Sidney Days

Market Swine 🐷 –

Grand Champion –
Keri Prasek

Reserve Champion –
Kaeden Grahmann

Senior Showmanship –
Morgan Vinklarek

Junior Showmanship –
Kylah Fishbeck

Class 1 –

1st – Ella Bastian
2nd – Kyla Fishbeck
3rd – Kaci Idlett
4th – Karli Idlett
5th – Benjamin Schultz

Class 2 –

1st – Keri Prasek
2nd – Kylie Grahmann
3rd – Carson Fishbeck
4th – Sheela Webb
5th – Brandon Hairell

Class 3 –

1st – Kaedon Grahmann
2nd – Jayla Morris
3rd – Morgan Vinklarek
4th – Hannah Schultz
5th – Bridget Frazer

Breeding Gilts –
(July Born Pigs)

Grand Champion –
Jayla Morris

Reserve Champion –
Cayson Fishbeck

3rd Place Overall –
Brandon Hairell

August Born Pigs –

1st – Morgan Vinklarek

Broilers 🐔 –

Grand Champion –
Lauren Caka

Reserve Champion –
Brenna Bland

Showmanship –
Lauren Caka

3rd Place –
Gabriel Rodriguez

Market Goats 🐐 –

Grand Champion –
Jayla Morris

Reserve Champion –
Dustin Bennett

Senior Showmanship –
Cayson Taylor

Junior Showmanship –
Abigail Broughton

Class 1 –

1st – Seth Hanzelka
2nd – Wyatt Hanzelka
3rd – Cheyenne Hardin
4th – Bradley Shimek
5th – Dylan Shimek

Class 2 –

1st – Dustin Bennett
2nd – Kylie Quinney
3rd – Braden Hanzelka
4th – Clayton Shimek
5th – Jovanie Cruces

Class 3 –

1st – Jayla Morris
2nd – Cayson Taylor
3rd – Cody Bennett
4th – Abigail Broughton
5th – Ayden Shimek

Breeding Goats 🐐-

Grand Champion –
Jayla Morris

Reserve Champion –
Neally Basquez

Ag Mechanics –

Grand Champion –
Dustin Bennett (Square Firepit)

Reserve Champion –
Sheela Webb (Horseshoe Firepit)

3rd – Coy Hardin (Horseshoe Cross)

4th – Weston Bergey (Trailer)
Please come out and support the Yoakum FFA and 4-H. Concession Stand operated by Bear Creek 4-H Club, will be open today and this evening. The awards ceremony will be held at 6:00pm, followed by the Premium Sale this evening at 7:00PM at the Yoakum Rodeo Arena.

On this weeks Lone Star Outdoors Radio Show with Cable Smith –

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We start off by visiting with Dallas, TX native Lili Sams regarding her recent bucketlist moose hunt. This hunt was 5 years in the making and she was able to take a giant British Columbia moose with her dad back in October.

Next we discuss our upcoming South African safari with Carl Van Zyl of John X Safaris. Carl tells us which animals on my list will be the most difficult to hunt. We also discuss the importance of educating today’s youth on hunting and it’s importance in the conservation model.

We wrap things up by checking in with Melissa Bachman- Host of Winchester’s Deadly Passion. The longtime TV show host and producer is one of the hunting industries leading ladies and best role models for young hunters. Melissa talks about her 2016-2017 hunting season and we also tackle the famous lion hunt of 2013 that made global headlines (yes it was a legal hunt BTW).

Listen in Saturday Morning at 8, on Texas Thunder Radio.

Cable Smith
Owner/Host  Lone Star Outdoors Show
Twitter: @LonestarOutdoor

UIL Basketball Tournaments to Return to Alamodome in 2018 and 2019

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AUSTIN, TX — The University Interscholastic League Girls and Boys Basketball State Tournaments will return to the Alamodome in 2018 and 2019 the League announced Thursday.

The Alamodome has hosted the tournaments since 2015. The Alamodome is a premiere basketball venue and will host the 2018 NCAA Men’s Final Four. San Antonio was selected as the host city partly due to competitive hotel rates and attractions, which makes it the ideal destination for student athletes and fans.
“The Alamodome and San Antonio have proven to be extremely welcoming and hospitable hosts for the UIL Basketball Tournaments,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “We look forward to the tournaments’ continued success and growth at the Alamodome over the next two years.”
“We are honored to host the state basketball tournaments for the next three years,” said Alamodome General Manager Nick Langella. “And, we will continue to do everything possible to make tournaments successful.”
The first UIL Basketball State Tournament was played in Austin in 1921. Gregory Gym on the University of Texas at Austin campus began hosting the boys tournament beginning in 1931, and the girls tournament was added in 1951. The University of Texas at Austin’s Frank Erwin Center hosted the boys and girls state basketball tournaments from 1978 to 2014.
Tickets for the 2017 Basketball State Tournament are currently available through Ticketmaster.
2017 Girls Basketball State Tournament: March 2-4, 2017
2017 Boys Basketball State Tournament: March 9-11, 2017

2018 Girls Basketball State Tournament: March 1-3, 2018
2018 Boys Basketball State Tournament: March 8-10, 2018

2019 Girls Basketball State Tournament: Feb 28- March 2, 2019
2019 Boys Basketball State Tournament: March 7-9, 2019

Flatonia and Moulton honorees included in 2016 UIL Sponsor Excellence Award recipients.

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AUSTIN— The University Interscholastic League is proud to recognize 15 of the best UIL sponsors in Texas as the 2016 UIL Sponsor Excellence Award winners.

The winners were selected by a panel of judges in the areas of academics, athletics and music from nominations submitted by school principals and superintendents across the state.

The award, now in its 26th year, was created to identify and recognize outstanding sponsors who enable students to develop and refine their extracurricular talents to the highest degree possible within the education system.

“Coaches and teachers have such a difficult job, and they go beyond the call of duty to serve as UIL sponsors, coaches and directors,” said UIL Executive Director Dr. Charles Breithaupt. “UIL events function and thrive on the dedication and immense effort from sponsors like these. On behalf of the UIL, I commend these outstanding educators.”

Each winner will receive $1,000 and a symbolic memento from the UIL in recognition of their outstanding achievements in the pursuit of educational excellence through interscholastic competition. The League continually strives to strengthen and promote the role of extracurricular activities in Texas through programs like the UIL Sponsor Excellence Award.

The UIL Sponsor Excellence Award winners for 2016 are as follows:

Shawn Bruns – Flatonia High School
Shawn Bruns has been a teacher and coach for 26 years and has led teams to three UIL Baseball State Championships and another three baseball state tournament appearances. Bruns has led teams to the baseball playoffs 21 out of the past 25 years. “Character and integrity are usually revealed during athletic competitions,” said Bruns. “The teamwork, social and cooperation skills that kids gain from competitive athletics is invaluable for later in life.”

Todd Craft – D’Hanis High School
During his 21-year coaching career, Todd Craft has served as an athletic director, baseball coach and basketball coach. As head girls basketball coach, his teams made five consecutive trips to the regional tournament. He also led both a baseball team and a girls basketball team to the UIL State Tournament.
“I believe that competition is vital to both athletic and academic success,” Craft said. “When young people learn how to really compete it’s a game changer. Kids begin to find things inside themselves that they didn’t know they had.”

David DeVoto – Allen High School
David DeVoto has dedicated 20 years to UIL orchestra and music. In 2016 he led Allen High School to 6 sweepstakes orchestra awards. DeVoto currently leads approximately 800 Allen ISD middle school and high school students who perform at UIL orchestra competitions.
“UIL contests serve two purposes for our orchestras, structure and inclusion,” said DeVoto. “The UIL contest requirements help us to build a curriculum and daily structure to help our students meet these performance goals at the highest level possible.

Jamie Dornak – Moulton High School
Throughout her 27 years as a coach of UIL Academic events, Jamie Dornak has coached journalism, spelling, ready writing, literary criticism, informative and persuasive speaking, prose, poetry, and debate. Dornak has led students to the UIL Academic State Meet 22 of her 27 years coaching. She has coached students to five individual gold medals, 11 individual silver medals and three team journalism championships.
“Through athletic and academic contests, students have the opportunity to reach their full potential, discover new talents, understand the value of hard work, dedication, teamwork and character, and realize that preparation and sportsmanship are more valuable than winning or losing,” Dornak said.

Adrian Gallardo – Rankin High School
Adrian Gallardo has been actively involved in UIL Academics and One-Act Play since 2005. Since then, she has coached poetry, extemporaneous speaking, debate and one-act play and has led several students to the UIL Academic State Meet.
“Learning to speak properly, think critically, research effectively and maximize one’s imagination are skills that will help students in high school, college and beyond,” Gallardo said. “Overall, competition in schools not only supports other classes but it also provides the opportunity to learn the important soft skills necessary to succeed in life.”

Beverly Herrera – Laredo Alexander High School
Beverly Herrera has coached a variety of UIL academic activities, including journalism, ready writing, current events, literary criticism, and has also severed as an academic coordinator. Herrera has led many students to the UIL Academic State Meet throughout the course of her 28-year career.
“Every student has the potential to be the best in something,” Herrera said. “ Academics offers a delineated plan, but UIL provides different ways to demonstrate mastery of educational objectives.”

Tim Johnston – Huntsville High School Tim Johnston has been a one-act play director for 40 years, served as academic coordinator for 33 years and has also coached speech and computer science. One-act plays have advanced to state once and region twice under his direction.
“UIL competition provides opportunities for students to learn to work as a team to achieve high goals,” Johnston said. “Theatre is a collaborative art form, requiring students to work together to succeed, to demonstrate leadership, and to be responsible for their own education.”

Kimberly Kass – Argyle High School
Kimberly Kass has been educating students in science for more than 30 years. Over the course of her career she has coached 10 science team state champions, six individual science state champions and led 38 students to top six placements at the UIL Academic State Meet.
“Students who participate in competitive events have an enriched educational experience, learning valuable skills that will benefit them throughout life,” Kass said. “Competition encourages students to reach farther and work harder as they dedicate themselves to attaining their goals.”

Lee Neel – Knippa High School
In his 30 years of teaching and coaching, Lee Neel has served as academic coordinator and has been a coach in both academics and athletics; including number sense, calculator applications, math, extemporaneous speaking, cross examination debate, congress, one-act play, golf, basketball and cross country. He helped lead Knippa to become the Conference 1A Academic State Champion in 2016 and has coached many students in the UIL Academic State Meet over the years.
“As a coach I find it extremely rewarding to see my kids excel both in the classroom and at UIL competitions,” Neel said. “Anytime we can show students the value of what we do in the classroom, the more likely they will become lifelong learners and be a positive contributor to society as a whole.”

Mark Melton – Longview Pine Tree High School
Mark Melton has been a high school band director for 29 years. He has led bands to three UIL State Marching Band appearances, and 25 consecutive UIL Sweepstakes Awards. As Fine Arts Administrator at Longview Pine Tree High School he also oversees choir, music memory and theater students, many of whom have received UIL medals.
“The discipline and rigor involved in high-level competition drive students to be the best possible in all endeavors, including academics, athletics and the arts,” Melton said. “By achieving these goals and learning the discipline necessary to do so, students graduate with skills necessary to be successful in high education and as an employee.”

Cheryl Ryne – Friendswood High School
Cheryl Ryne began coaching UIL speech and debate events in 1976. Throughout her career, she has led many students to the UIL Academic State Meet, including nine individual state champions and six second place finishers.
“I had the privilege of having an outstanding speech coach who changed my life,” Ryne said. “I have spent the last forty years trying to pay that forward. I am very proud of my students’ big successes but I am equally proud of the small quiet successes that I have witnessed students achieve.”

Hugh Sandifer – Abilene Wylie High School
Throughout his 38-year career, Hugh Sanidfer has served as head football coach for 31 years, a head basketball coach for 13 years, a tennis coach for seven years, and a golf coach for one year. Sandifer has 10 UIL state champion teams as athletic director including a football state championship in 2004.
“Our athletic program is based on respect,” Sandifer said. “Respect for the game you are playing, the opponent you are playing, your teammates, and most importantly respect for yourself.”

Andy Sealy – Lewisville Hebron High School
Andy Sealy has been involved in UIL music competitions for 31 years. During that time he directed bands to the UIL State Marching Band Contest 10 times, coming away with five top-ten finishes, one gold medal and three silver medals. He has also led students to many outstanding performer awards at the UIL Texas State Solo and Ensemble Contest.
“Competition causes us to push one another forward and aspire to a standard that is often beyond the ordinary,” Sealy said. “We use music to create exceptional students through shared communal goals, and the discipline and dedication required for the mastery and enjoyment of music.”

Brenda Slatton – San Antonio Lee High School
Brenda Slatton has been a dedicated journalism coach for 27 years, and has coached many students in news writing, feature writing, editorial writing, headline writing, current events, spelling, and ready writing.
“I have always felt that competition teaches kids of all ages to accomplish things on a level they never knew they could reach,” Slatton said. “UIL Academics teaches team work and personal challenge prepares them for a successful life after graduation.”

Laura Smith – Canyon High School
During her 13 years as a journalism coach, Laura Smith has coached 17 UIL Academic State Meet medalists, and led yearbook students to 16 ILPC All-State Journalists awards. Smith is also a one-act play assistant director and coaches current issues and ready writing.
“UIL competition allows students to strive for greatness, to think critically, to learn from mistakes rather than condemning themselves as failures, to value teamwork and to stretch while reaching for the next goal,” Smith said.

Bull Riders take center stage at National Western on Monday

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By Susan Kanode

For the National Western Stock Show


DENVER (January 17, 2017) — Jake Brown’s 2016 season got a big boost when he won the bareback riding title at the National Western Stock Show Rodeo.

He’s back in Denver this year and working towards a similar result. Brown rode here on Monday afternoon scoring 74 points. He had his second horse on Tuesday night where he wowed the crowd with an 85.5 point effort.

Brown, from Cleveland, Texas, is now leading the second round and is in fifth place overall. He has a good chance of being here on Jan. 22 for the U.S. Bank Championship Finals. The top 12 contestants will advance.

After winning the National Western Stock Show Rodeo last year, he  was at the top of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association world standings and was on track to qualify for his second Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. Then in Jasper, Texas, last May, he sprained his thumb on his riding thumb.

Bareback riders need a healthy and strong thumb to grip the handle in their riggings, so Brown had surgery to repair it in June. He missed three of the busiest months of the season. He came back and won two rodeos to get to rodeo’s championships in ninth place.

His injury list is long and extensive and got a little longer in Las Vegas. He sustained a concussion and had to watch from the sidelines before returning. He is completely healthy and riding like a champion here.

Jordan Hansen had his second successful bull ride on Tuesday night. The Okotoks, Alberta, resident scored 85.5 points on Cervi Brothers’ Hangin Ten to move into second place in the round and take command of the overall lead.

Hansen has a total of 173 points on two rides. Dustin Bowen from Waller, Texas, is now in second with 168.5.  Joe frost also moved into the bull riding standings here. The three-time NFR qualifier from Randlett, Utah, is currently fourth with 161.5.

There are two rodeos on Wednesday in the Denver Coliseum. The afternoon begins at 1:30 p.m. and the evening performance begins at 7 p.m.



DENVER (January 17, 2017) — The following are unofficial results from the National Western Stock Show Rodeo sanctioned by the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association.


Tenth Performance —


Bareback Riding: 1, Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas, 85.5 points on Cervi Brother’s Ransom’s Disaster. 2, Caleb Bennett, Tremonton, Utah, 83. 3, Mike Solberg, Sunnynook, Alberta, 81. 4, Winn Ratliff, Leesville, La., 78.


Steer Wrestling:  1, Clayton Tuchscherer, Dona ana, N.M., 5.8. 2, Wyatt Jurney, Las Cruces, N.M., 6.9. 3, Dru Melvin, Hebron, Neb.,  7.8. 4, Tanner Brunner, Ramona, Kan., 10.6.


Team Roping: 1, Charly Crawford, Prineville, Ore., and Joseph Harrison, Overbrook, Okla., 5.2 seconds. 2, Jake Orman, Prairie, Miss, and Tyler Domingue, De Kalb, Texas, 5.9. 3, Lane Karney, Creston, Calif., and Dalton Pearce, San Luis Obispo, Calif., 6.1. 4, Rowdy Rieken, Arp, Texas, and Ace Pearce, Washington, Texas, 6.4.


Saddle Bronc Riding: (two rides) 1, Jace Blackwell, Hermosa, S.D., 66 points on Cervi Championship’s Hello Dolly. 2, Colton J. Miller, Lance Creek, Wyo., 54.


Tie-Down Roping: 1, Dane Browning, Coyote, Calif., 9.9 seconds. 2, Tuf Cooper, Weatherford, Texas, 10.3. 3, Paul David Tierney, Oral, S.D., 10.6. 4, Matt Kenney, Onawa, Iowa, 11.0.


Women’s Barrel Race: 1, Jordan Moore, Mauston, Wis., 15.31 seconds. 2, Kelly Yates, Pueblo, Colo., 15.35. 3, Cranna Roberts, Lacombe, Alberta, 15.52. 4, Tiany Schuster, Krum, Texas, 15.54.


Bull Riding: (three rides) 1, Jordan Hansen, Okotoks, Alberta, 85.5 points on Cervi Brothers Hangin Ten. 2, Jacob Smith, LaSalle, Colo., 79.5. 3, Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah, 75.


Current Leaders —


Bareback Riding: (first round) 1, Logan Corbett, Las Cruces, N.M., 87 points on Calgary Stampede’s Xplosive Skies. 2, (tie) Buck Lunak, Cut Bank, Mont., and Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa, 83.5. 4, Kody Lamb, Sherwood Park, Alberta, 82.5. (second round) 1, Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas, 85.5 points on Cervi Brothers Ransom’s Disaster. 2, Richmond Champion, The Woodlands, Texas, 85. 2, Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa, 84.5. 3, Kody Lamb, Sherwood Park, Alberta, 83. 4, Seth Hardwick, Ranchester, Wyo., 81.  (total on two) 1, Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa, 168. 2, Kody Lamb, Sherwood Park, Alberta, 165.5. 3, Logan Corbett, Las Cruces, N.M., 161. 4, Buck Lunak, Cut Bank, Mont., 160.5.


Steer Wrestling: (first round) 1, (tie) Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif.; Heath Thomas, Hemphill, Texas; Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan.,; and Clayton Tuscherer, Dona Ana, N.M., 4.2 seconds each. (second round) 1, Ryan Swayze, Freedom, Okla., 3.4. 2, Jason Thomas, Benton, Ark., 3.8. 3, (tie) Cameron Morman, Glen Ullin, N.D.; Gary Gilbert, St. Cloud, Fla.; and Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas; 4.1. (total on two) 1, Gary Gilbert, St. Cloud, Fla., 8.9. 2, (tie) Jule Hazen, Ashland, Kan., and Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif., 9.0. 4, Blaine Jones, Templeton, Calif., 9.2.


Team Roping: (first round) 1, Kelsey Parchman, Cumberland City, Tenn., and Kinney Harrell, Marshall, Texas, 4.6 seconds. 2, (tie) Bubba Buckaloo, Kingston, Okla., and Jake Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.; and Jhett and Bret Trenary, Salida, Colo.; 5.0. 4, (tie) Robert Ansley, Moriarity, N.M., and Shad Chadwick, Cave Creek, Ariz.; and Charly Crawford, Prineville, Ore., and Joseph Harrison, Overbrook, Okla.; 5.2.  (second round) 1, Olin Pulham, Payson, Utah and Thad Ward, Howell, Utah, 4.1. 2, Tanner Baldwin, Vale, Ariz., and Tanner Luttrell, Oroville, Calif., 4.2. 3, Clay Tryan, Billings, Mont., and Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev.; 4.3. 4, Philip McCoy, Beggs, Okla., and Josh Fillmore, Penrose, Colo., 4.6.  (total on two) 1, Kelsey Parchman, Cumberland, City, Tenn., and Kinney Harrell, Marshall, Texas, 9.6. 2, Matt Sherwood, Pima, Ariz., and Joel Bach, Mount Vernon, Texas, 11.4. 3, Tanner Baldwin, Vale, Ariz., and Tanner Luttrell, Oroville, Calif., 15.3. 4, Wade and Wylee Nelson, Faith, S.D., 16.0.


Saddle Bronc Riding: (first round) 1, Will Smith, Marshall, Mo., 88 points on Calgary Stampede’s Stampede Warrior. 2, Audy Reed, Spearman, Texas, 86. 3, Shade Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla., 85.5. 4, (tie) Brady Nicholes, Hoytesville, Utah, and Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla., 82.5 each. (second round) 1, Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas, 85 points on Calgary Stampede’s Sergeant Whitney. 2, Audy Reed, Spearman, Texas, 82.5. 3, Hawkins Boyce, Malad, Utah, 81.5. 4, (tie) Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas, and Will Smith, Marshall, Mo., 81. (total on two) 1, Will Smith, Marshall, Mo., 169. 2, Audy Reed, Spearman, Texas, 168.5. 3, Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas, 166.5. 4, Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla., 162.5.


Tie-Down Roping: (first round) 1, Monty Lewis, Hereford, Texas, 7.6. 2, Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas, 7.8. 3, Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif., 8.0. 4, (tie) Will Howell, Stillwater, Okla., and J.D. McQuistion, Collinsville, Texas, 8.1 each. (second round) 1, (tie) Caddo Lewellan, Morrison, Okla., and Ike Fontenot, Ville Platte, La., 7.9. 3, Marcus Theriot, Poplarville, Miss., 8.0. 4, Dillon Holder, Eugene, Mo., 8.3. (total on two) 1, Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas, 16.2. 2, Monty Lewis, Hereford, Texas, 17.0. 3, Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah, 17.9. 4, J.C. Malone, Hooper, Utah, 18.4.


Women’s Barrel Race: (first round) 1, Jordan Moore, Mauston, Wisc., 15.31 seconds. 2, Kelly Yates, Pueblo, Colo., 15.35. 3, (tie) Dena Kirkpatrick, Post, Texas, and Cayla Small, Burneyville, Okla., 15.38 each. (second round) 1, Kali Parker, Wendell, Idaho, 15.34. 2, Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 15.46. 3, Rainy Pratt, Stephenville, Texas, 15.51. 4, Michele McLeod, Whitesboro, Texas, 15.56.  (total on two) 1, Kali Parker, Wendell, Idaho, 30.80. 2, Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas, 30.87. 3, Sidney Forest, Lipan, Texas, 31.06. 4, Cayla Small, Burneyville, Okla., 31.13.


Bull Riding: (first round) 1, Jordan Hansen, Okotoks, Alberta, 87.5 points on Cervi Championship Rodeo’s Vitalix White Smoke. 2, Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah, 86.5. 3, Mike Sparks, Caldwell, Idaho, 85.5. 4, Cain Smith, Pendleton, Ore., 85. (second round) 1, Dustin Bowen, Waller, Texas, 86 on Cervi Championship’s Slim Kitty. 2, Jordan Hansen, Okotoks, Alberta, 85.5. 3, Trevor Reiste, Linden, Iowa, 84.5. 4, (tie) Jeff Berturs, Avon, S.D., and Elliot Jacoby, Fredericksburg, Texas, 81.5. (total on two) 1, Jordan Hansen, Okotoks, Alberta, 173. 2, Dustin Bowen, Waller, Texas, 168.5. 3, Trevor Reiste, Linden, Iowa, 163. 4, Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah, 161.5.

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