CHEYENNE – Kyle Bloomquist visualized his bareback ride during the finals of the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo no less than 10 times before climbing in the bucking chute Sunday.
Laramie County Community College’s Austin Hurlburt claimed first in tie-down roping at the Lamar (Colorado) Community College rodeo Sunday. He posted a pair of 11.1-second runs to finish at 22.2 on two attempts.
The University of Wyoming men’s rodeo team broke the school record for most points in a rodeo with 855 in winning the Central Wyoming College rodeo this past weekend.
CHEYENNE – Cheyenne Central sophomore Baylee Delbridge picked up a pair of top-4 finishes in goat tying at the Wyoming High School Rodeo Association’s stops in Lander last weekend.
CHEYENNE – Bryton Scheller of Carpenter and Carson Johnson of Casper turned in a pair of third-place team roping efforts at the Wyoming High School Rodeo Association’s first two rodeos of the season in Douglas.
CHEYENNE – Laramie County Community College freshman Austin Hurlburt posted a 10.6-second run in tie-down roping in the third-go round Friday at College National Finals Rodeo at the Casper Events Center.
CHEYENNE – Tarleton State University graduate student Brody Cress is sixth in the saddle bronc riding aggregate standings at the College National Finals Rodeo with 149 points on two qualified rides.
Cheyenne East graduate and Tarleton State University graduate student Brody Cress scored a 73 in saddle bronc in the second go Tuesday at the College National Finals Rodeo at Casper Events Center.
CASPER – In less than seven seconds, University of Wyoming team ropers Justene Hirsig and Denton Shaw’s season came to an abrupt end Tuesday night at the College National Finals Rodeo at Casper Events Center.
Cheyenne East graduate Brody Cress and Laramie County Community College’s Austin Hurlburt posted no scores in their respective events Monday at the College National Finals Rodeo at Casper Events Center.
CHEYENNE – Justene Hirsig and Denton Shaw were finishing their freshman year in high school when their fathers suggested they join forces as team ropers.
CHEYENNE – Burns’ Tate Kelly qualified for the National High School Finals Rodeo in saddle bronc by finishing fourth in the Wyoming High School Rodeo Association standings.