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schedule of events FRIDAY, JUNE 6
8:00 AM - Queen Contest - Horsemanship - both rounds - Coliseum 8:00 AM - NRA Shooting Contest - Callahan County Shooting Range 6:00-8:00 PM - Sponsors, Abilene Oﬃcials, & THSRA Directors Dinner - Round Building 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM - Cowboy Prom Hosted by the Miss THSRA Pageant
- Guest Speaker Amberley Snider - QUEEN CONTESTANTS PRESENTED Regional Queen Contestants Introduction - Category Awards and Announcement of the 2014-15 Queen - Directly after the meeting Region Team Pictures taken 6:00 PM - Ariat Olympics Competition - Coliseum 7:00 PM - Dodge Ball Tournament: Region vs. Region - Coliseum - Presented by American Fellowship of Cowboy Churches 9:00 - Ariat Jackpots - BLUE BARN ARENA - Barrels, Poles, Team Roping 10:00 PM - Contestant's Welcome Dance - LIVE BAND - Young Guns Band
SUNDAY, JUNE 8 RESISTOL & KUBOTA TRACTORS SPONSORS OF THE DAY
MONDAY, JUNE 9 TEXAS RAM DEALERS & CH GRAPHICS SPONSORS OF THE DAY
6:00 PM - Queen Contest - Judges Meeting, Introduction, Impromptu Questions Round Building 7:30 PM - Queen Contest - Dinner 8:15 PM - Queen Contest - Speech and Modeling
SATURDAY, JUNE 7
9:00 AM - CHECK-IN - Open - Coliseum 10:00 AM - Church Service by Terry Holland - Coliseum 11:00 AM - Queen Contest - Personal Interviews and Test 1:00 PM - ALL CONTESTANTS MUST BE CHECKED IN - MANDATORY EQUIPMENT CHECK/ INSPECTION for ALL Rough Stock Riders and MANDATORY Safety Seminar 2:30 PM - CONTESTANT'S MEETING - Coliseum - ALL CONTESTANTS MUST ATTEND - Awarding of 2014 Scholarships
8:00 AM - START 1st GO-ROUND Barrel Racing (1st half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Team Roping (1st half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Goat Tying (1st half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Calf Roping (1st half) - Coliseum Bareback - Saddle Bronc - Bull Riding - Coliseum 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - Directors Reception - Free BBQ Lunch - Big Country Hall Contestants, Parents, & Oﬃcials Lunch - Big Country Hall
1:00 PM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Breakaway Roping (1st half) - Coliseum Steer Wrestling (1st half) - Coliseum Pole Bending (1st half) - Coliseum 7:00 PM - Texas Ram Dealer's Truck Push Contest - Coliseum 9:00 PM - Ariat Jackpots - BLUE BARN ARENA - Goats, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping
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8:00 AM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Barrel Racing (2nd half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Team Roping (2nd half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Goat Tying (2nd half) - Outdoor Covered Arena Calf Roping (2nd half) - Coliseum Bareback - Saddle Bronc - Bull Riding - Coliseum 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - National Team Beneﬁt Lunch - Big Country Hall 1:00 PM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Breakaway Roping (2nd half) - Coliseum Steer Wrestling (2nd half) - Coliseum Pole Bending (2nd half) - Coliseum 4:00 PM - Cactus Ropes Endorsee, Lari Dee Guy, Ground clinic- Big Country Hall 6:00 PM - Go Round Winner Interviews by Terry Holland - Entertainment Pavillion 6:30 PM - SUPERSIZED Ariat Jackpots - Outdoor Arena - Barrels, Poles, Goats, Steer
Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping Team Roping 7:00 - 10:00 PM - Dragsteer Roping at entrance to Outdoor Arena sponsored by Crossbrand Cowboy Church 7:00 PM - Region Secretaries, Presidents and Sponsors Appreciation - MCM Elegante' 10:00 - 10:30 - Cowboy Church Service by Brandon Henderson - During Jackpot Break Dragsteer Roping Short Go Round
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9:00 AM - 1st Rodeo Performance - Coliseum 2 - 4 PM - CAVENDER'S SPECIAL KIDS RODEO & PARTY - Coliseum Special Kids Contestants, Adult Volunteers, and ALL THSRA CONTESTANTS 5:00 PM - All Cutters must be checked in 6:00 PM - 1st Go Awards Presentation 6:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions / Team Cinch members will be introduced 7:00 PM - 2nd Rodeo Performance Cancer Awareness Pink Night After Rodeo - Church Service - by American Fellowship of Cowboy Churches 10:30 PM - Ariat Jackpots - Outdoor Arena - Goats, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping
THURSDAY, JUNE 12 MCCOY'S, PRIEFERT & TEXAS FARM BUREAU INSURANCE SPONSORS OF THE DAY
9:00 AM - 3rd Rodeo Performance - First Go Round Girls Cutting - Horse Barn Arena - First Go Round Boys Cutting - Horse Barn Arena 10:00 AM - Heel O Matic Practice Time - Outdoor Covered Arena 3:00 PM - Voting Delegates, Student Oﬃcers, Oﬃcer Candidates, and Scholarship Winners - Mandatory Meeting - Ranch House 4:00 PM - THSRA Board of Directors Meeting - Ranch House 6:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions 7:00 PM - 4th Rodeo Performance - McCoy's Mutton Busting & Family Night - $2 Hot Dog and a Coke After Rodeo - Ariat Jackpots
- Outdoor Arena - Barrels, Poles, Team Roping 10:00 PM - Contestant's Dance - Round Building
FRIDAY, JUNE 13 WHATABURGER & DR. TANDY FREEMAN SPONSORS OF THE DAY
9:00 AM - 5th Rodeo Performance - Second Go Round Boys Cutting - Horse Barn Arena - Second Go Round Girls Cutting - Horse Barn Arena 10:00 AM - Heel O Matic Practice Time - Outdoor Covered Arena 6:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions 7:00 PM - 6th Rodeo Performance WhataRodeo Night 10:00 PM - Contestant's Dance - Round Building
SATURDAY, JUNE 14 BLOOMER TRAILERS & CAPITAL FARM CREDIT SPONSORS OF THE DAY
8:00 AM - Cutting Finals - Horse Barn Arena 2:00 PM - 2nd Go Awards Presentation & Top 15 awards 2:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions 3:00 PM - Final Performance - Top 15 Contestants in each event - Introduction of Bloomer Team and drawing for Bloomer Trailer - after Barrels - Drawing for Ram Truck - after Poles after rodeo - Finals' Champion Buckles awarded after rodeo N H S R A FINALS CONTESTANT'S MEETING STATE CHAMPION AWARDS ENTRY BLANKS AND OTHER FORMS FOR THE NHSRA FINALS WILL BE COMPLETED BEFORE THE AWARDS PRESENTATION SATURDAY NIGHT. ALL NATIONAL QUALIFIERS AND THEIR PARENTS ARE REQUIRED TO ATTEND!!! PLEASE NOTE: Due to unseen conflicts, this schedule is subject to change. Please check the OFFICIAL DAILY SCHEDULE posted outside the rodeo oﬃce. It is the responsibility of each contestant to be in the arena and ready when their respective event is underway.
Go to thsra.org for latest schedule.
Current as of 5.1.14- Events are still being added and times above may change.
ear Contestants, Parents, Directors and Officers: Congratulations and welcome to Abilene and the Texas High School Rodeo Finals. Qualifying for the state finals in Texas is an accomplishment in itself. Those many hours in the practice pen and at the region rodeos have paid off!! Now it is time to turn our focus on bringing home a State Championship title. Every year the state finals keep getting tougher and I am sure this year will be no exception. Texas is the reigning National Champion Team. We have won this honor twenty-four times and most recently the last five consecutive years. As with tradition, the National Team Trophy is now retired in Texas. A new trophy has been made and is up grabs, so let’s work together to bring home yet another National Title!! Due to the generous support of our sponsors both at the state and regional level, Texas High School Rodeo Association has awarded over $600,000.00 in scholarships in the last five years. I wish each of this year’s recipients much success in the next step in their education. Buckles and trophies will tarnish, but a good education will be yours forever. I hope you will join me in thanking our Board of Directors, the Abilene Host Committee and the Taylor County Expo Center for all the hard work and long hours they have put into making the State Finals a success. It is truly amazing the number of dedicated students, parents and volunteers we have in THSRA. It is this strong bond that by far makes THSRA the best! I thank you for allowing me to serve as your State President. I would like to wish everyone the best of luck this week. Have fun when it’s time to play, but stay focused when it’s time to compete. When the dust settles on the coliseum floor Saturday night, I know we will have the best from Texas going to Nationals!! Sincerely, Steve R. Dickey President
TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSOCIATIOn 2014 STATE FINALS RODEO
tenative ORDER OF EVENTS
June 9 - 14, 2014
ORDER OF EVENTS - 1st GO Monday & Tuesday Morning Outside Arena Barrel Racing Team Roping Goat Tying
Coliseum Calf Roping Bareback Saddle Bronc Bull Riding
Monday & Tuesday Afternoon Coliseum Breakaway Roping Steer Wrestling Pole Bending
ORDER OF EVENTS - 2ND GO MORNING PERFORMANCES - 9:00 A.M. Steer Wrestling Barrel Racing Breakaway Roping Calf Roping Goat Tying Team Roping Pole Bending
Team Cinch was created to honor NHSRA members who excel in the arena and in the classroom. Congratulations to the following rising stars from Texas!
Bareback Zach Hibler Boys Cutting Hunter Hightower Saddle Bronc Jace Lane Co-captain Steer Wrestling Walker Kibbe Bulls Andrew Alvidrez Tiedown Reid Zapalac Team Roping Wesley Thorp Twister Vinson Queen McKenna Greene Girls Cutting Bailey Reina Goat Tying Loni Kay Lester Co-captain Breakaway Macie Friess Poles Kellie Collier Barrels Tillar Murray Team Roping Kynzie Rae McNeill
Light Rifle Coy Leach Trap Riley Hooks
Cowboy Jace Lane Cowgirl Sissy Winn
EVENING PERFORMANCES - 7:00 P.M. Bull Riding - 1st Section Steer Wrestling Bareback Barrel Racing Breakaway Roping Calf Roping Saddle Bronc Goat Tying Team Roping Pole Bending Bull Riding - 2nd Section
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Grand Entry Guidelines Region Assignments for morning & evening performances: Wednesday – Regions 2, 5 & 9 – Team Cinch members will be introduced that evening Thursday – Regions 4, 6 & 10 Friday – Regions 1, 3, 7 & 8 Saturday – All Regions Morning performances: Line up at 8:45am in the back of the alley. Start at 9am. Evening performances: Line up at 6:30 pm in the back of the alley. Start at 6:45pm. Saturday’s matinee grand entry starts at 2:45pm. All regions are asked to send contestants to help with this one. Line up at 2:30pm in the back of the alley
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All Around Cowboy Jace Lane All Around Cowgirl Kelsey Espenson Rookie Cowboy Zane Patterson Rookie Cowgirls Magen McLain Queen Kennady Johnson Bareback Preston Burr Saddle Bronc Jace Lane Bull Riding Andrew Pacino Steer Wrestling Jace Lane Calf Roping Trey Best Team Roping Bradley Cornell & Dylan Myers Boys Cutting no entries Barrel Racing Kellie Collier Pole Bending Kelsey Graf Goat Tying Kelsey Graf Breakaway Rylea Fabrizio Girls Cutting no entries
All Around Cowboy Dakota Felton All Around Cowgirl Delani Wood Rookie Cowboy Walker Harris Rookie Cowgirls Delani Wood Queen no entries Bareback Wyatt Crotwell Saddle Bronc Blaise Freeman Bull Riding Andrew Alvidrez Steer Wrestling Walker Hibbe Calf Roping Dakota Felton Team Roping Chance Price & Kade Cotton Boys Cutting SamRay Hooper Barrel Racing Bristan Kennedy Pole Bending Avery Weatherman Goat Tying Kynzie Rae McNeill Breakaway Megan Powell Girls Cutting Delani Wood
All Around Cowboy Brett Stuart All Around Cowgirl Destiny Hatfield Rookie Cowboy Ty Harris Rookie Cowgirls Jaxon Shultz Queen no entries Bareback Zachary Campbell Saddle Bronc Kolton Burnett Bull Riding Brody Yeary Steer Wrestling Keegan Dement Calf Roping Ty Harris Team Roping Wesley Thorp & Tyson Thompson Boys Cutting Tate Elston Barrel Racing Tillar Murray Pole Bending Megan MacIsaac Goat Tying Aspyn Dent Breakaway Cheyenne Britain Girls Cutting Destiny Hatfield
All Around Cowboy Kolton White All Around Cowgirl Marilyn Melvin Rookie Cowboy Ty Eason Rookie Cowgirls Maci Ray Queen Chloe Costello
Bareback Saddle Bronc Bull Riding Steer Wrestling Calf Roping Team Roping Boys Cutting Barrel Racing Pole Bending Goat Tying Breakaway Girls Cutting
Nicholas Farino Ricky Land Kolton White Carson Hicks Hollis Blanks Cade Bray & Clay Sieber Hunter Hicks Raelee Self Katlyn Melvin Taylor Wharton Marilyn Melvin Chloe Costello
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All Around Cowboy Reid Zapalac All Around Cowgirl Jimmie Smith Rookie Cowboy Neilon Reitz Rookie Cowgirls Lindsei Harvey Queen no entries Bareback Chad Sibert Saddle Bronc Chase Ceder Bull Riding Colby Hill Steer Wrestling Reid Zapalac Calf Roping Reid Zapalac Team Roping Korby Halla & Daniel Braman Boys Cutting Ben Peeler Barrel Racing Maddie Lang Pole Bending Bridgette Ivicic Goat Tying Jimmie Smith Breakaway Jimmie Smith Girls Cutting McKenna Greene
All Around Cowboy Tanner Green All Around Cowgirl Loni Kay Lester Rookie Cowboy Tanner Green Rookie Cowgirls Hannah Allison Queen no entries Bareback Tyler Lassere Saddle Bronc Cody Gore Bull Riding JT Moore Steer Wrestling Mitchell Hutto Calf Roping Kyle Parrish Team Roping Tanner Green & Coleby Payne
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All Around Cowboy Bradford Loeffler All Around Cowgirl Sissy Winn Rookie Cowboy Justin Delagarza Rookie Cowgirls Davette Stegman Queen no entries Bareback no entries Saddle Bronc no entries Bull Riding Brandon Loya Steer Wrestling Wesley Vickers Calf Roping Cameron Loveday Team Roping Greg Cordova & Justin Delagarza Boys Cutting Bradford Loeffler Barrel Racing Shelby Herrmann Pole Bending Sissy Winn Goat Tying Davette Stegman Breakaway Courtney Myers Girls Cutting Sissy Winn
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All Around Cowboy Maverick Harper All Around Cowgirl Samantha Chick Rookie Cowboy Ryne Hutton Rookie Cowgirls Sarah Luce Queen no entries Bareback no entries Saddle Bronc no entries Bull Riding Reagan Uptmore Steer Wrestling Maverick Harper Calf Roping Trinton Downing Team Roping Case Jones & Ross Ashford Boys Cutting Kasper Blackwell Barrel Racing Kelsey Crawford Pole Bending Samantha Chick Goat Tying Samantha Chick Breakaway Samantha Chick Girls Cutting Sarah Luce
THSRA finals Stock conditioning Schedule
jUNE 8TH - jUNE 12TH
sAtuRdAy, June 7th At 9:00 Am in coliseum: Steer wrestling cattle, tiedown calves and breakaway calves will be run through. Contestants can come watch.
*cut Above Buckles to the High point winner in Each Event at end of the week
sAtuRdAy, June 7th At 2:00 pm in outdooR ARenA: Team roping cattle will be run through. Contestants can come watch.
SUNDAy - 9:00 p.m. / Horse Barn Arena Barrels, poles, Team Roping
sundAy, June 8th At 8:00 Am in outdooR ARenA: Goats will be run at on horseback and tied down by non-contestants. Contestants can come watch. sundAy, June 8th At 9:00 Am in coliseum: Tiedown calves will be tied down. Contestants can participate. sundAy, June 8th At 4:00 pm in outdooR ARenA: Goats will be tied down. Contestants can participate.
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MONDAy - 9:00 p.m. / Horse Barn Arena Goats, Steer wrestling, Breakaway, calf Roping TUESDAy- 6:30 p.m. / Outdoor Arena SUpER SIZED ARIAT jAckpOTS / Barrels, poles, Goats, Steer wrestling, BAw, calf Roping, Team Roping SUpER SIZED jAckpOT pRIZES: custom Bayou west Saddle pad to every event winner! wEDNESDAy- After Rodeo/ Outdoor Arena Goats, Steer wrestling, BAw, calf Roping THURSDAy- After Rodeo / Outdoor Arena Barrels, poles, Team Roping
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THSRA Official draw
Bareback Riding Monday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 320 Thomas, Trey Elkhart 5 2 339 Bankston, Brandon Blanco 6 3 416 Gore, Cody Needville 7 4 219 Farino, Nicholas Maypearl 4 5 432 LeVassar, Cody San Felipe 7 6 38 Hibler, Zach Wheeler 1 7 88 Crotwell, Wyatt Eldorado 2 Monday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 8 40 Hughes, Keenan Pampa 1 9 64 Roberson, Brayden Miami 1 10 391 Tieken, Cody Floresville 6 11 376 McGehee, Lane Victoria 6 Tuesday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 12 430 Lassere, Tyler Victoria 7 13 24 Burr, Preston Stratford 1 14 77 Winters, Brazos Texline 1 Tuesday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 15 437 Miles, Jacob Bay City 7 16 375 Lopez, Chance Bandera 6 17 517 Baize, Dillon Groesbeck 9 18 368 Johnston, Wyatt LaGrange 6 19 385 Sibert, Chad Buda 6 20 37 Hibler, Layton Wheeler 1 21 152 Campbell, Zack Azle 3 Barrel Racing Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 397 Allison, Haley Orange Grove 7 2 187 Murray, Catherine Ft. Worth 3 3 113 McNeill, Kynzie Rae Hobbs, NM 2 4 398 Allison, Hannah Orange Grove 7 5 297 Loper, Heather Tyler 5 6 612 McDougal, Kambria Weatherford 10 7 343 Boyd, Katie Port Lavaca 6 8 170 Hatfield, Destiny Hawley 3 9 509 Winn, Sissy Chapman Ranch 8 10 119 Powell, Megan Eldorado 2 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 11 328 Whitfield, Raeleigh Sulphur, LA 5 12 595 Ganter, Jackie Abilene 10 13 211 Carroll, Casey Waxahachie 4 14 220 Folmar, Carson Sulphur Springs 4 15 540 Kaminski, Kenna Bellville 9 16 594 Friar, Tana Taylor 10 17 579 Ashford, Macy Lott 10
18 244 Rich, Taylor Gunter 4 19 240 Ray, Maci Mabank 4 20 303 Phillips, Abby Benton, LA 5 21 360 Huizar, Ashley Pleasanton 6 22 309 Self, Hallie Winnie 5 23 96 Glass, Ilyssa Jal, NM 2 24 85 Barrington, Katherine New Home 2 25 101 Hill, Lori Andrews 2 26 154 Cleveland, McKinsey Iowa Park 3 27 35 Graf, Kelsey Vernon 1 28 262 Baker, Rigby Mauriceville 5 29 413 Ellery, Jordan Willis 7 30 107 Kennedy, Bristan Levelland 2 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 31 79 Wright, Holly Canandian 1 32 581 Barnard, Bailey Gatesville 10 33 1 Herrmann, Shelby Sandia 8 34 213 Chapa, Alexes Rockwall 4 35 554 Pierce, Jordan Cleveland 9 36 486 Herrmann, Mollee Sandia 8 37 50 Macy, Brogan Post 1 38 373 Langle, Taylor Bastrop 6 39 582 Bierschwale, Lydia Mason 10 40 476 Dierlam, Kristin Boling 8 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 41 30 Espenson, Kelsey Hart 1 42 313 Smith, Emily Alto 5 43 619 Powell, McKenzi Troy 10 44 568 Walkoviak, Caley Anderson 9 45 590 Crawford, Kelsey Troy 10 46 565 Thompson, Kelsey Goodrich 9 47 367 Johnston, Maria Three Rivers 6 48 144 Blanton, Eva Dallas 3 49 512 Ytuarte, Celeste Bigfoot 8 50 334 Young, Jaycie Buna 5 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 72 Tippett, Kami Memphis 1 52 358 Harvey, Lindsei Seguin 6 53 566 Tinkle, Amanda Tomball 9 54 571 Weeks, Staci Huntsville 9 55 394 Wheeler, Mallory Boerne 6 56 443 Piersol, Loryn Huntsville 7 57 253 Surman, Amanda Pittsburg 4 58 518 Barefield, Holly Iola 9 59 411 Driggers, Alise Brazoria 7 60 73 Tucker, Beth Canyon 1 61 116 Mertz, Chase Eldorado 2 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 62 445 Pruett, Kylie Cedar Lane 7 63 314 Smith, Lexi Logansport, LA 5 64 247 Self, Raelee Sumner 4 65 446 Raley, Marci Brenham 7 66 459 Arnold, Morgan Edinburg 8
67 519 Brown, Landri College Station 9 68 311 Shaver, Megan Jasper 5 69 186 Meadows, Megan Aledo 3 70 563 Sullivan, Rachael Buffalo 9 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 71 233 Melvin, Marilyn Paradise 4 72 412 Ducharme, Kaila Cypress 7 73 626 Wright, Jordan Oglesby 10 74 184 MacIsaac, Megan Argyle 3 75 558 Schueneman, Sonora Madisonville 9 76 342 Bernhard, Erin Boerne 6 77 372 Lang, Maddie Harper 6 78 431 Lester, Loni Kay Gonzales 7 79 188 Murray, Tillar Ft. Worth 3 80 3 Smith, Jimmie McDade 6 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 81 405 Bock, Shelby Boling 7 82 365 Jenschke, Ciara LaVernia 6 83 577 Antolik, Ava Georgetown 10 84 191 Rutledge, Brade Aubrey 3 85 132 Whitewood, Whitley Bandera 2 86 222 Gay, Summer Terrell 4 87 158 DeLaRosa, Delaney Hawley 3 88 26 Collier, Kellie Happy 1 89 506 Welch, Meaghan McAllen 8 90 500 Stegman, Davette Needville 8 91 102 Hill, Raelyn Carlsbad, NM 2 92 477 Elsworth, Tristin Alton 8 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 93 39 Holder, Hope Rocky Ford, CO 1 94 155 Criswell, Kody Mason 3 95 115 Mertz, Arden Eldorado 2 96 510 Woodin, Katie Mission 8 97 231 McLeod, Lindsey Whitesboro 4 98 305 Reed, Whitlee Center 5 99 36 Grigsby, Jessica Amarillo 1 100 69 Spielman, Shelby Dalhart 1 Boys Cutting Thursday (June 12, 2014) and Friday (June 13, 2014) 1 583 Blackwell, Kasper Johnson City 10 2 524 Carmeans, Tyler Buffalo 9 3 528 Currie, Colton Lovelady 9 4 162 Elston, Tate Stephenville 3 5 285 Gay, J.R. Livingston 5 6 601 Hedeman, Trevor Morgan Mill 10 7 485 Henderson, West Orange Grove 8 8 225 Hicks, Hunter LaPorte 4 9 421 Hightower, Hunter Santo 7 10 103 Hooper, SamRay Andrews 2 11 537 Humphries, Trevor Buffalo 9 12 182 Lewis, Jacob Stephenville 3 13 487 Loeffler, Bradford Orange Grove 8
14 379 Peeler, Ben Floresville 6 15 238 Pritchett, Trevor Quinlan 4 16 332 Woolls, Skyler Sour Lake 5 Breakaway Roping Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 188 Murray, Tillar Ft. Worth 3 2 409 Bratton, Jenna Bryan 7 3 411 Driggers, Alise Brazoria 7 4 492 McKinney, Brittany Berclair 8 5 232 Melvin, Katlyn Paradise 4 6 148 Britain, Cheyenne Stephenville 3 7 602 Horton, Mariah Mineral Wells 10 8 2 Reina, Bailey Wharton 7 9 498 Slagle, Abby Floresville 8 10 604 Jameson, Ryann Early 10 11 514 Allen, Katie Lynn Montgomery 9 12 115 Mertz, Arden Eldorado 2 Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 13 246 Roberts, Mackenzie Wills Point 4 14 358 Harvey, Lindsei Seguin 6 15 364 Jay, Bailey Boerne 6 16 606 Keith, Katie Tolar 10 17 194 Stewart, Katie Stephenville 3 18 251 Stevens, Karson Keller 4 19 315 Smith, Shana Logansport, LA 5 20 83 Armstrong, Katy Mason 2 21 259 Wharton, Taylor Mineral Wells 4 22 95 Friess, Macie Sonora 2 23 443 Piersol, Loryn Huntsville 7 24 460 Berry, Lindsey Alice 8 25 554 Pierce, Jordan Cleveland 9 26 596 Goforth, Madisen Azle 10 27 582 Bierschwale, Lydia Mason 10 28 518 Barefield, Holly Iola 9 29 531 Emmons, Kendell Fairfield 9 30 113 McNeill, Kynzie Rae Hobbs, NM 2 31 185 Maxwell, Carli Paducah 3 Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 32 116 Mertz, Chase Eldorado 2 33 22 Brown, Amanda Stinnett 1 34 79 Wright, Holly Canandian 1 35 111 McAngus, McKenzie Eldorado 2 36 553 Phillips, Paige Madisonville 9 37 348 Dracoulis, Kendra Kay Seguin 6 Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 38 183 Lyon, Timber Perrin 3 39 156 Danley, Allison Graham 3 40 26 Collier, Kellie Happy 1 41 444 Powell, Payton Hungerford 7 42 215 Cooper, Lainey Ivanhoe 4 43 30 Espenson, Kelsey Hart 1 44 588 Chick, Samantha Salado 10
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45 435 McAnally, Lindsay East Bernard 7 46 570 Webb, Tacy Midway 9 47 431 Lester, Loni Kay Gonzales 7 48 74 Valdez, Jesse Dimmitt 1 49 536 Hughes, Jake Buffalo 9 50 500 Stegman, Davette Needville 8 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 414 Frenzel, Taylor Edna 7 52 329 Wickland, Shelby Kountze 5 53 497 Quinn, Logan George West 8 54 456 Walden, Dainelle Brazoria 7 55 612 McDougal, Kambria Weatherford 10 56 258 Waldrop, Kaylee Telephone 4 57 335 Arledge, Tera Milano 6 58 495 Myers, Courtney Refugio 8 59 544 Mason, Taylor Anderson 9 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 60 137 Allen, Dakota Menard 3 61 501 Stephenson, Jordan Tilden 8 62 54 McLain, Magen Miami 1 63 491 McCormick, Sunni Cate Von Ormy 8 64 165 Felts, Catelyn Hext 3 65 374 Leach, Cassidy Shiner 6 66 132 Whitewood, Whitley Bandera 2 67 623 Wallace, Hanna Tolar 10 68 50 Macy, Brogan Post 1 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 69 508 Whitaker, Katie Utopia 8 70 175 Jordan, Brooke Covington 3 71 248 Senkevech, Brea Terrell 4 72 109 Lee, Swaize Brownfield 2 73 390 Thurmond, Whitney Cedar Creek 6 74 294 Johnson, Laramie Shreveport, LA 5 75 470 Cox, Montana Odem 8 76 624 Warren, Katy Blum 10 77 70 Tate, Teryn Clovis, NM 1 78 394 Wheeler, Mallory Boerne 6 79 160 Dent, Aspyn Lipan 3 80 35 Graf, Kelsey Vernon 1 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 81 216 Domingue, Shelby Dekalb 4 82 299 Martin, Mersadie Lufkin 5 83 402 Bane, Lauren Caldwell 7 84 333 Wright, Emily Sulphur, LA 5 85 578 Armour, Colby Weatherford 10 86 110 Martin, Hannah Junction 2 87 119 Powell, Megan Eldorado 2 88 520 Bruenig, Hailey Huntsville 9 89 233 Melvin, Marilyn Paradise 4 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 90 573 Winfrey, Kelsie New Waverly 9 91 3 Smith, Jimmie McDade 6 92 366 Jessee, Shaye Lynn LaVernia 6
93 317 Steadham, Karlie Mt. Belvieu 5 94 369 Kersh, Kassie Waller 6 95 283 Elliott, Lara Arp 5 96 31 Fabrizio, Rylea Pueblo, CO 1 97 262 Baker, Rigby Mauriceville 5 98 289 Gunter, Sara Lufkin 5 99 307 Richard, Kaycee Grand Lake, LA 5 100 241 Ray, McKenzie Mabank 4 101 222 Gay, Summer Terrell 4
Bull Riding Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 121 Roberts, Brady Seminole 2 2 204 Yeary, Brody Brock 3 3 430 Lassere, Tyler Victoria 7 4 90 Dean, Triston Merkel 2 5 546 McCraw, Foster Navasota 9 6 81 Adams, Clay Jal, NM 2 7 43 Kerbo, Logan Borger 1 8 223 Gibbs, Carson Ivanhoe 4 9 295 Jones, Garrett Devers 5 10 82 Alvidrez, Andrew Seminole 2 11 105 Inskeep, Gus Midland 2 12 359 Hill, Colby Del Rio 6 13 278 Craigen, Laramie Beaumont 5 14 375 Lopez, Chance Bandera 6 15 467 Casares, Tevin Weslaco 8 Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 16 622 Uptmore, Reagan West 10 17 104 Huffaker, John Kerrville 2 18 284 Freeman, Ross Kountze 5 19 479 Garza, Brett Riviera 8 20 310 Shaffer, Ty Henderson 5 21 547 Mize, Tristan Bryan 9 22 60 Pacino, Andrew Boys Ranch 1 23 59 Oeleis, Hunter Borger 1 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 24 465 Byrne, Colin Eagle Pass 8 25 438 Moore, JT Alvin 7 26 266 Bottoms, Logan Beaumont 5 27 296 Lafleur, DJ Devers 5 28 94 Freeman, Blaise Gail 2 29 117 Munoz, Jose Presidio 2 30 559 Sells, Colin Conroe 9 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 31 236 Potts, Dylan Ivanhoe 4 32 320 Thomas, Trey Elkhart 5 33 357 Hargrave, Kody Elgin 6 34 458 Willner, Brandon Santa Fe 7 35 490 Loya, Brandon Beeville 8 36 192 Scott, Ty Sanger 3 37 378 Odermatt, Clayton New Braunfels 6 38 287 Grimes, Dalton Conroe 5 39 71 Terrell, Drew Boys Ranch 1
40 140 Beaty, Colten Seymour 3 41 214 Cook, Clayton Caddo Mills 4 42 327 Whitehorse, Keyshawn The Woodlands 5 43 427 Kovar, Calvin Damon 7 44 265 Bortner, Chris Vidor 5 45 80 Wright, Quade Canandian 1
Calf Roping Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 33 Frizzell, Cy Muleshoe 1 2 483 Gutierrez, Matt Brackettville 8 3 182 Lewis, Jacob Stephenville 3 4 380 Reitz, Neilon Goliad 6 5 538 Imus, Wyatt Huntsville 9 6 356 Halla, Korby Schulenburg 6 7 330 Winfree, Jesse Orangefield 5 8 450 Sbrusch, Rhett Angleton 7 9 591 Cudd, Parker Gatesville 10 10 196 Thompson, Tyson Munday 3 11 487 Loeffler, Bradford Orange Grove 8 12 468 Chafin, Rhett LaCoste 8 13 448 Reese, Troy Lynn Hempstead 7 14 396 Zapalac, Reid Smithville 6 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 15 99 Harris, Walker Mertzon 2 16 172 Houck, Hagen Byers 3 17 349 Duncan, Wyatt Smithville 6 18 224 Hicks, Carson Sulphur Springs 4 19 324 Warren, Joshua Jace Kountze 5 20 122 Schrader, Payton Seminole 2 21 605 Jones, Case Gatesville 10 22 625 Webster, Chantz Lipan 10 23 530 Edwards, Spin Magnolia 9 24 161 Dougherty, David Gainesville 3 25 230 Lewis, Kade Sulphur, OK 4 26 489 Loveday, Cameron Refugio 8 27 93 Felton, Dakota Mt. Home 2 28 561 Spivey, Marlen Huntsville 9 29 234 Mills, Clay Detroit 4 30 260 White, Kolton Sumner 4 31 276 Cox, Pake Marshall 5 32 169 Harris, Ty San Angelo 3 33 355 Haas, Drew Hallettsville 6 34 338 Ashley, Walt Brackettville 6 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 35 142 Berry, Leighton Poolville 3 36 274 Cook, Logan Alto 5 37 197 Thorp, Wesley Throckmorton 3 38 505 Weeks, Logan Uvalde 8 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 39 133 Williams, Chason Seminole 2 40 532 Garcia, Adolfo Cleveland 9 41 417 Green, Tanner Cotulla 7 42 620 Shoaf, Wyatt Bynum 10
43 424 Jeffrey, Carson Cat Spring 7 44 304 Pinner, Tell Huntington 5 45 282 Elliott, Austin Arp 5 46 277 Craig, Ethan Henderson 5 47 227 Humphrey, Mark Texarkana, AR 4 48 84 Badgett, Trevor Andrews 2 49 598 Halford, Denton Stephenville 10 50 521 Calhoun, Desmond Navasota 9 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 600 Harper, Maverick Stephenville 10 52 441 Pavlovsky, Taylor Sweeny 7 53 29 Duckworth, Jake Happy 1 54 63 Reed, Monty Mtn. Park, OK 1 55 47 Lane, Jace Morse 1 56 529 Douch, John Huntsville 9 57 513 Allen, Justin Bryan 9 58 418 Greener, Weston Sealy 7 59 235 Mitchell, Cole Pickton 4 60 279 Crone, Tyler Winnie 5 61 393 Trammell, Clayton Gonzales 6 62 607 Kolacek, Karson West 10 63 20 Best, Trey Gage, OK 1 64 67 Sims, Wyatt Happy 1 65 440 Parrish, Kyle Dale 7 66 164 Felton, Sy Dublin 3 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 67 542 Kilgore, Brody Huntsville 9 68 180 Lambert, Landon Ponder 3 69 484 Harris, Hondo Aqua Dulce 8 70 471 Cox, Utah Odem 8 71 89 Davis, Cutter Ralls 2 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 72 195 Stuart, Brett Bridgeport 3 73 503 Vickers, Wesley Sinton 8 74 66 Sims, Wesley Happy 1 75 228 Jackson, Jhett Quitman 4 76 593 Fleet, Tanner Axtell 10 77 472 Crow, Cameron Floresville 8 78 106 Jurney, Kyle Eunice, NM 2 79 52 McConnell, Kory Hereford 1 80 535 Hooks, Riley Huntsville 9 81 124 Stewart, Sid Stanton 2 82 436 Meyer, Raeben Washington 7 83 420 Halbert, Reid Needville 7 84 92 Falcon, Cody Andrews 2 85 592 Downing, Trinton Troy 10 41 417 Green, Tanner Cotulla 7 42 620 Shoaf, Wyatt Bynum 10 43 424 Jeffrey, Carson Cat Spring 7 44 304 Pinner, Tell Huntington 5 45 282 Elliott, Austin Arp 5 46 277 Craig, Ethan Henderson 5 47 227 Humphrey, Mark Texarkana, AR 4 48 84 Badgett, Trevor Andrews 2 49 598 Halford, Denton Stephenville 10
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50 521 Calhoun, Desmond Navasota 9 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 600 Harper, Maverick Stephenville 10 52 441 Pavlovsky, Taylor Sweeny 7 53 29 Duckworth, Jake Happy 1 54 63 Reed, Monty Mtn. Park, OK 1 55 47 Lane, Jace Morse 1 56 529 Douch, John Huntsville 9 57 513 Allen, Justin Bryan 9 58 418 Greener, Weston Sealy 7 59 235 Mitchell, Cole Pickton 4 60 279 Crone, Tyler Winnie 5 61 393 Trammell, Clayton Gonzales 6 62 607 Kolacek, Karson West 10 63 20 Best, Trey Gage, OK 1 64 67 Sims, Wyatt Happy 1 65 440 Parrish, Kyle Dale 7 66 164 Felton, Sy Dublin 3 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 67 542 Kilgore, Brody Huntsville 9 68 180 Lambert, Landon Ponder 3 69 484 Harris, Hondo Aqua Dulce 8 70 471 Cox, Utah Odem 8 71 89 Davis, Cutter Ralls 2 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 72 195 Stuart, Brett Bridgeport 3 73 503 Vickers, Wesley Sinton 8 74 66 Sims, Wesley Happy 1 75 228 Jackson, Jhett Quitman 4 76 593 Fleet, Tanner Axtell 10 77 472 Crow, Cameron Floresville 8 78 106 Jurney, Kyle Eunice, NM 2 79 52 McConnell, Kory Hereford 1 80 535 Hooks, Riley Huntsville 9 81 124 Stewart, Sid Stanton 2 82 436 Meyer, Raeben Washington 7 83 420 Halbert, Reid Needville 7 84 92 Falcon, Cody Andrews 2 85 592 Downing, Trinton Troy 10 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 86 51 McCarley, Cameron Happy 1 87 401 Atkinson, Austin Anderson 7 88 381 Richards, Colt Yoakum 6 89 312 Sirman, Corley Pollok 5 90 322 Waddle, Aubrey New Waverly 5 91 46 Kirkpatrick, Zack Crosbyton 1 92 496 Noonan, Devon Victoria 8 93 256 Vaughan, Kolton Bossier, LA 4 94 128 Tucker, Sean Oâ€™Donnell 2 95 564 Terrell, Jay Magnolia 9 96 599 Harper, Luke Goldthwaite 10 97 336 Arledge, Tyson Milano 6 98 217 Dunham, Dalton Clarksville 4 99 362 Iselt, Ty Lincoln 6
100 205 Blanks, Hollis Celina 4
Girls Cutting Thursday (June 12, 2014) and Friday (June 13, 2014) 1 397 Allison, Haley Orange Grove 7 2 398 Allison, Hannah Orange Grove 7 3 399 Alucema, Adriana Katy 7 4 409 Bratton, Jenna Bryan 7 5 148 Britain, Cheyenne Stephenville 3 6 345 Brown, Morgan Brackettville 6 7 464 Burkholder, Bailey Pleasanton 8 8 628 Byrd, McKenzie Cross Plains 10 9 523 Campbell, Kaylee Lovelady 9 10 12 Costello, Chloe Kaufman 4 11 476 Dierlam, Kristin Boling 8 12 281 Duren, Morgan Huntington 5 13 10 Greene, McKenna Inez 6 14 170 Hatfield, Destiny Hawley 3 15 173 Johnson, Eliana Argyle 3 16 425 Keaton, Kary Ann Sealy 7 17 179 Lamb, Hollie Weatherford 3 18 431 Lester, Loni Kay Gonzales 7 19 433 Lockstedt, Boo Sealy 7 20 608 Luce, Sarah Comanche 10 21 183 Lyon, Timber Perrin 3 22 543 MacNaughton, Jessica Baytown 9 23 492 McKinney, Brittany Berclair 8 24 232 Melvin, Katlyn Paradise 4 25 233 Melvin, Marilyn Paradise 4 26 187 Murray, Catherine Ft. Worth 3 27 188 Murray, Tillar Ft. Worth 3 28 549 Oates, Justice Fairfield 9 29 550 Oliver, Peyton Carlsbad, NM 9 30 444 Powell, Payton Hungerford 7 31 2 Reina, Bailey Wharton 7 32 245 Rickman, Haylee Seagoville 4 Thursday (June 12, 2014) and Friday (June 13, 2014) 33 449 Rucker, Madelynn Cat Spring 7 34 193 Shultz, Jaxon Abilene 3 35 313 Smith, Emily Alto 5 36 3 Smith, Jimmie McDade 6 37 562 Starns, Morgan Lovelady 9 38 317 Steadham, Karlie Mt. Belvieu 5 39 500 Stegman, Davette Needville 8 40 502 Swaim, Lindy Tilden 8 41 570 Webb, Tacy Midway 9 42 509 Winn, Sissy Chapman Ranch 8 43 135 Wood, Cadi Stanton 2 44 136 Wood, Delani Stanton 2 Goat Tying Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Team Roping and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 313 Smith, Emily Alto 5 2 194 Stewart, Katie Stephenville 3 3 3 Smith, Jimmie McDade 6 4 70 Tate, Teryn Clovis, NM 1
5 570 Webb, Tacy Midway 9 6 500 Stegman, Davette Needville 8 7 251 Stevens, Karson Keller 4 8 111 McAngus, McKenzie Eldorado 2 9 289 Gunter, Sara Lufkin 5 10 444 Powell, Payton Hungerford 7 11 431 Lester, Loni Kay Gonzales 7 12 95 Friess, Macie Sonora 2 Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Team Roping and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 13 454 Sullivan, Rachel Dayton 7 14 290 Hemphill, Hannah Huntsville 5 15 470 Cox, Montana Odem 8 16 612 McDougal, Kambria Weatherford 10 17 407 Branscum, Brooke Bellville 7 18 541 Keeling, Morgan Lovelady 9 19 602 Horton, Mariah Mineral Wells 10 20 261 Antonick, Taylin Overton 5 21 49 Logan, Emily Texico, NM 1 22 498 Slagle, Abby Floresville 8 23 75 Wells, Matty Hereford 1 24 215 Cooper, Lainey Ivanhoe 4 25 369 Kersh, Kassie Waller 6 26 520 Bruenig, Hailey Huntsville 9 27 181 Larner, Lariat Stephenville 3 28 574 Wright, Megan Magnolia 9 29 102 Hill, Raelyn Carlsbad, NM 2 30 573 Winfrey, Kelsie New Waverly 9 31 241 Ray, McKenzie Mabank 4 32 137 Allen, Dakota Menard 3 Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Team Roping and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 33 323 Ward, Ronni Logansport, LA 5 34 497 Quinn, Logan George West 8 35 508 Whitaker, Katie Utopia 8 36 480 Giese, Kathryn New Waverly 8 37 343 Boyd, Katie Port Lavaca 6 38 510 Woodin, Katie Mission 8 Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Team Roping and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 39 492 McKinney, Brittany Berclair 8 40 345 Brown, Morgan Brackettville 6 41 232 Melvin, Katlyn Paradise 4 42 39 Holder, Hope Rocky Ford, CO 1 43 233 Melvin, Marilyn Paradise 4 44 191 Rutledge, Brade Aubrey 3 45 596 Goforth, Madisen Azle 10 46 35 Graf, Kelsey Vernon 1 47 335 Arledge, Tera Milano 6 48 240 Ray, Maci Mabank 4 49 259 Wharton, Taylor Mineral Wells 4 50 558 Schueneman, Sonora Madisonville 9 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Team Roping and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 23 Brown, Lydia Stinnett 1 52 328 Whitfield, Raeleigh Sulphur, LA 5 53 156 Danley, Allison Graham 3
54 553 Phillips, Paige Madisonville 9 55 554 Pierce, Jordan Cleveland 9 56 585 Boiles, Brooke Lorena 10 57 353 Friedrich, Macy Weimar 6 58 390 Thurmond, Whitney Cedar Creek 6 59 115 Mertz, Arden Eldorado 2 60 101 Hill, Lori Andrews 2 61 69 Spielman, Shelby Dalhart 1 62 402 Bane, Lauren Caldwell 7 63 604 Jameson, Ryann Early 10 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Team Roping and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 64 242 Reaves, Kaci Bullard 4 65 160 Dent, Aspyn Lipan 3 66 366 Jessee, Shaye Lynn LaVernia 6 67 428 Kretzschmar, Kasey East Bernard 7 68 299 Martin, Mersadie Lufkin 5 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Team Roping and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 69 113 McNeill, Kynzie Rae Hobbs, NM 2 70 476 Dierlam, Kristin Boling 8 71 317 Steadham, Karlie Mt. Belvieu 5 72 174 Johnson, Shayna Springtown 3 73 588 Chick, Samantha Salado 10 74 157 Danley, Hayley Graham 3 75 397 Allison, Haley Orange Grove 7 76 132 Whitewood, Whitley Bandera 2 77 110 Martin, Hannah Junction 2 78 148 Britain, Cheyenne Stephenville 3 79 257 Wagner, Molly Winnsboro 4 80 74 Valdez, Jesse Dimmitt 1 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Team Roping and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 81 201 Winkler, Morghanne Burleson 3 82 408 Bratton, Brandi Bryan 7 83 350 Fajkus, Morgan Paige 6 84 624 Warren, Katy Blum 10 85 411 Driggers, Alise Brazoria 7 86 491 McCormick, Sunni Cate Von Ormy 8 87 587 Butler, Lauren Meridian 10 88 586 Butler, Hadley Meridian 10 89 76 White, Sierra Happy 1 90 395 Zant, Laramie Shiner 6 91 135 Wood, Cadi Stanton 2 92 30 Espenson, Kelsey Hart 1 93 611 McCarty, Sara North Richland Hills 10 94 409 Bratton, Jenna Bryan 7 Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Team Roping and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 95 286 Gray, Keeley Orange 5 96 136 Wood, Delani Stanton 2 97 398 Allison, Hannah Orange Grove 7 98 334 Young, Jaycie Buna 5 99 248 Senkevech, Brea Terrell 4
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pole Bending monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after steer Wrestling and friday night (June 13, 2014) performance 1 233 Melvin, Marilyn Paradise 4 2 309 Self, Hallie Winnie 5 3 246 Roberts, Mackenzie Wills Point 4 4 412 Ducharme, Kaila Cypress 7 5 558 Schueneman, Sonora Madisonville 9 6 110 Martin, Hannah Junction 2 7 273 Collmorgan, Helena Lufkin 5 8 96 Glass, Ilyssa Jal, NM 2 9 317 Steadham, Karlie Mt. Belvieu 5 10 191 Rutledge, Brade Aubrey 3 monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after steer Wrestling and friday morning (June 13, 2014) performance 11 372 Lang, Maddie Harper 6 12 247 Self, Raelee Sumner 4 13 314 Smith, Lexi Logansport, LA 5 14 618 Pounders, Morgen Rockdale 10 15 163 Emmons, Krista Grandview 3 16 26 Collier, Kellie Happy 1 17 175 Jordan, Brooke Covington 3 18 98 Graham, Sydney Abilene 2
19 132 Whitewood, Whitley Bandera 2 20 1 Herrmann, Shelby Sandia 8 21 478 Garcia, Melissa Corpus Christi 8 22 429 Lankford, Elizabeth Bellville 7 23 54 McLain, Magen Miami 1 24 342 Bernhard, Erin Boerne 6 25 220 Folmar, Carson Sulphur Springs 4 26 139 Barker, Ashley San Angelo 3 27 434 Mason, McKenna San Marcos 7 28 571 Weeks, Staci Huntsville 9 29 615 Nobile, Augie Bowie 10 30 613 Merrill, Madison Round Rock 10 monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after steer Wrestling and thursday night (June 12, 2014) performance 31 188 Murray, Tillar Ft. Worth 3 32 3 Smith, Jimmie McDade 6 33 415 Gilmer, Michayla Brenham 7 34 101 Hill, Lori Andrews 2 35 69 Spielman, Shelby Dalhart 1 36 331 Wisener, Kadie Beth Lufkin 5 37 568 Walkoviak, Caley Anderson 9 38 398 Allison, Hannah Orange Grove 7 39 397 Allison, Haley Orange Grove 7 40 136 Wood, Delani Stanton 2 monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after steer
Wrestling and thursday morning (June 12, 2014) performance 41 555 Polan, Kallie Montgomery 9 42 263 Bandy, Lori Keatchie, LA 5 43 149 Buchanan, Shelby Clyde 3 44 377 Moorman, Molly Yoakum 6 45 363 Ivicic, Bridgette Yoakum 6 46 581 Barnard, Bailey Gatesville 10 47 123 Smith, Madison Midland 2 48 548 Null, Bre’Anna Splendora 9 49 536 Hughes, Jake Buffalo 9 50 405 Bock, Shelby Boling 7 tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after steer Wrestling and thursday morning (June 12, 2014) performance 51 574 Wright, Megan Magnolia 9 52 545 McBee, Cash Madisonville 9 53 343 Boyd, Katie Port Lavaca 6 54 303 Phillips, Abby Benton, LA 5 55 602 Horton, Mariah Mineral Wells 10 56 131 Weatherman, Avery Balmorhea 2 57 498 Slagle, Abby Floresville 8 58 240 Ray, Maci Mabank 4 59 32 Frazier, Marti Gruver 1 60 481 Goebel, Kylie Lyford 8 61 588 Chick, Samantha Salado 10
tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after steer Wrestling and thursday morning (June 12, 2014) performance 62 477 Elsworth, Tristin Alton 8 63 298 Lummus, Kacie Orangefield 5 64 83 Armstrong, Katy Mason 2 65 76 White, Sierra Happy 1 66 582 Bierschwale, Lydia Mason 10 67 167 Grable, Pallyn Stanton 3 68 305 Reed, Whitlee Center 5 69 79 Wright, Holly Canandian 1 70 341 Bennight, Bailey Bastrop 6 tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after steer Wrestling and Wednesday night (June 11, 2014) performance 71 500 Stegman, Davette Needville 8 72 30 Espenson, Kelsey Hart 1 73 373 Langle, Taylor Bastrop 6 74 36 Grigsby, Jessica Amarillo 1 75 540 Kaminski, Kenna Bellville 9 76 213 Chapa, Alexes Rockwall 4 77 315 Smith, Shana Logansport, LA 5 78 565 Thompson, Kelsey Goodrich 9 79 250 Sinks, Lacy Rockwall 4 80 509 Winn, Sissy Chapman Ranch 8 tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after steer
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Wrestling and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 81 170 Hatfield, Destiny Hawley 3 82 455 Uresti, Kay Jay Needville 7 83 480 Giese, Kathryn New Waverly 8 84 232 Melvin, Katlyn Paradise 4 85 476 Dierlam, Kristin Boling 8 86 431 Lester, Loni Kay Gonzales 7 87 35 Graf, Kelsey Vernon 1 88 176 Kellar, Bailey Poolville 3 89 360 Huizar, Ashley Pleasanton 6 90 237 Prinz, Dlaney Kaufman 4 91 129 Urias, Cierra Midland 2 92 627 Zizzo,Shelby Belton 10 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after Steer Wrestling and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 93 364 Jay, Bailey Boerne 6 94 419 Gutfranski, Lexi Katy 7 95 184 MacIsaac, Megan Argyle 3 96 48 Latham, Sadie Goodwell, OK 1 97 221 Gates, Tieren Paris 4 98 501 Stephenson, Jordan Tilden 8 99 345 Brown, Morgan Brackettville 6 100 609 Martinez, Jessica Port Lavaca 10 101 608 Luce, Sarah Comanche 10
Saddle Bronc Monday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 9, 2014) and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 68 Skeen, Dalton Amarillo 1 2 94 Freeman, Blaise Gail 2 3 24 Burr, Preston Stratford 1 4 47 Lane, Jace Morse 1 5 319 Taylor, Bradley Price 5 6 151 Burnett, Kolton Vernon 3 Monday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 9, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 7 235 Mitchell, Cole Pickton 4 8 171 Hilliard, Ethan Denton 3 9 572 Winfrey, Colby Coldspring 9 10 78 Wright, George Slaton 1 Tuesday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2014) and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 11 204 Yeary, Brody Brock 3 12 229 Land, Ricky Palmer 4 Tuesday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2014) and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance
13 346 Ceder, Chase Smithville 6 14 267 Brewster, Dustin Huntington 5 15 416 Gore, Cody Needville 7 16 182 Lewis, Jacob Stephenville 3 17 526 Cole, Kyler Madisonville 9 18 34 Gaillard, Will Goodwell, OK 1 19 274 Cook, Logan Alto 5 Steer Wrestling Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after Breakaway and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 178 Kukuk, Tygen Millsap 3 2 403 Barham, Brady Madisonville 7 3 593 Fleet, Tanner Axtell 10 4 382 Rippstein, Kuy Victoria 6 5 34 Gaillard, Will Goodwell, OK 1 6 260 White, Kolton Sumner 4 7 529 Douch, John Huntsville 9 8 52 McConnell, Kory Hereford 1 Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after Breakaway and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 9 440 Parrish, Kyle Dale 7 10 330 Winfree, Jesse Orangefield 5 11 318 Stone, Shiloh Joaquin 5 12 503 Vickers, Wesley Sinton 8 13 410 Byler, Will Bellville 7
14 441 Pavlovsky, Taylor Sweeny 7 15 417 Green, Tanner Cotulla 7 16 352 Franz, Coleman Bay City 6 17 300 Morgan, Brody Orange 5 Monday Afternoon (June 9, 2014) after Breakaway and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 18 159 Dement, Keegan Weatherford 3 19 625 Webster, Chantz Lipan 10 20 525 Chalmers, Wyatt Montgomery 9 21 99 Harris, Walker Mertzon 2 22 108 Kibbe, Walker Alpine 2 23 535 Hooks, Riley Huntsville 9 24 487 Loeffler, Bradford Orange Grove 8 25 452 Schroeder, Dylan Waller 7 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after Breakaway and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 26 200 Wilson, Chase Decatur 3 27 51 McCarley, Cameron Happy 1 28 198 Tucker, Cameron Ft. Worth 3 29 589 Coone, Clayton Liberty Hill 10 30 450 Sbrusch, Rhett Angleton 7 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after Breakaway and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 31 195 Stuart, Brett Bridgeport 3
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32 292 Jenkins, Tanner Orange 5 33 451 Sbrusch, Wyatt Angleton 7 34 306 Reeves, Tristan Buna 5 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after Breakaway and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 35 552 Partin, Kayne Kosse 9 36 47 Lane, Jace Morse 1 37 564 Terrell, Jay Magnolia 9 38 56 Moore, Payson Clovis, NM 1 39 264 Beauchamp, Simeon Brookeland 5 40 423 Hutto, Mitchell Utopia 7 41 24 Burr, Preston Stratford 1 42 272 Cogbill, Caleb Orange 5 Tuesday Afternoon (June 10, 2014) after Breakaway and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 43 575 Yargo, Luke New Waverly 9 44 396 Zapalac, Reid Smithville 6 45 420 Halbert, Reid Needville 7 46 21 Bland, Barrett Turkey 1 47 138 Allen, Jace Abilene 3 48 224 Hicks, Carson Sulphur Springs 4 49 268 Broussard, Blaise Opelousas, LA 5 50 600 Harper, Maverick Stephenville 10 51 462 Brown, Call Sinton 8 Team Roping Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Barrels and Friday Night (June 13, 2014) Performance 1 475 Toby DeLeon Angleton 8 Dalton Brown 463 Refugio 2 422 Taylor Hurst Navasota 7 Austin Atkinson 401 Anderson 3 302 Jordan Parsley Troup 5 Colton R Johnson 293 Shreveport, LA 4 473 Dustin DeLaGarza Eagle Pass 8 Isaac Cardona 466 Eagle Pass 5 99 Walker Harris Mertzon 2 Conager Derrick 91 Jal, NM 6 93 Dakota Felton Mt. Home 2 Sid Stewart 124 Stanton 7 62 Zane Patterson Spearman 1 Trace Patterson 61 Spearman 8 601 Trevor Hedeman Morgan Mill 10 Cooper Mathews 610 Cleburne 9 202 Cuyler Winters Venus 3 Blake Bentley 141 Joshua 10 27 Bradley Cornell Claude 1 Dylan Myers 57 Vega 11 600 Maverick Harper Stephenville 10 Parker Patterson 617 Wimberly 12 420 Reid Halbert Needville 7 Blaine Belknap 404 Alvin 13 195 Brett Stuart Bridgeport 3 Landon Blanks 143 Weatherford 14 294 Laramie Johnson Shreveport, LA 5 Blake Wheeler 326 Flint Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Barrels and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 15 356 Korby Halla Schulenburg 6 Daniel Braman 344 Refugio
16 308 Carson Seago Livingston 5 C.B. Bullock 269 Shephard 17 218 Ty Eason Sulphur Springs 4 Tyler Raine 239 Sulphur Springs 18 125 Dax Stokes Snyder 2 Edgar Tarango 126 Levelland 19 418 Weston Greener Sealy 7 Wyatt Sbrusch 451 Angleton 20 65 Kade Sherwood Wilson 1 Zack Kirkpatrick 46 Crosbyton 21 453 Monte Jack Starns Midway 7 Ty Arnold 400 Midway 22 112 Garrett McCarty Carlsbad 2 Garrett Watley 130 Alpine 23 168 Sadie Hairford Aubrey 3 Hunter Koch 177 Vernon 24 120 Chance Price Odessa 2 Kade Cotton 87 Midland 25 535 Riley Hooks Huntsville 9 Wyatt Imus 538 Huntsville 26 271 Joe Collin Clark Lufkin 5 Ricardo Corpus 275 Center 27 494 Colton Muse Lytle 8 Clayton Wells 507 Hondo 28 392 Taylor Toddy LaGrange 6 Briley Lackey 371 Spring Branch 29 254 Logan Tatom Whitehouse 4 Colton Brittain 208 Rockwall 30 396 Reid Zapalac Smithville 6 Ty Iselt 362 Lincoln 31 592 Trinton Downing Troy 10 Kirby Blankenship 584 Lampasas 32 351 Cameron Fox Boerne 6 Reno Stoebner 388 Bastrop Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Barrels and Friday Morning (June 13, 2014) Performance 33 270 R.D. Carter Wells 5 Wade Grogan 288 Alto 34 97 Sage Good Midland 2 Cooper Hatley 100 Hermleigh 35 513 Justin Allen Bryan 9 Jay Terrell 564 Magnolia 36 42 Treylr Jackson Springlake 1 Cooper Carlisle 25 Ropesville 37 361 Cole Immenhauser Gonzales 6 T. Dexter Soechting 387 San Antonio 38 207 Cade Bray Stephenville 4 Clay Sieber 249 Arp Monday Morning (June 9, 2014) after Barrels and Thursday Night (June 12, 2014) Performance 39 456 Danielle Walden Brazoria 7 Taylor Pavlovsky 441 Sweeny 40 439 Oliver Oliveros Lockhart 7 Kyle Parrish 440 Dale 41 291 Chance Holcombe Silverton 5 Logan Cook 274 Alto 42 197 Wesley Thorp Throckmorton 3 Tyson Thompson 196 Munday 43 287 Dalton Grimes Conroe 5 Emily Wright 333 Sulphur, LA 44 203 Pecos Wooten Breckenridge 3 Conner Riddle 190 Graham 45 114 Michael Mendoza Iraan 2 Pucher Williamson 134 Midland
46 534 John Glesmann New Waverly 9 Brody Kilgore 542 Huntsville 47 182 Jacob Lewis Stephenville 3 Seth Gillespie 166 Hamilton 48 515 Lane Ardoin Marquez 9 Hayden Rasco 556 Gause 49 41 Colt Humbard Goodwell, OK 1 Tryston Miller 55 Amarillo 50 34 Will Gaillard Goodwell, OK 1 Preston Burr 24 Stratford Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Barrels and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 51 230 Kade Lewis Sulphur, OK 4 Jase Holder 226 Soper 52 417 Tanner Green Cotulla 7 Coleby Payne 442 Kemp 53 128 Sean Tucker Oâ€™Donnell 2 Trevor Badgett 84 Andrews 54 21 Barrett Bland Turkey 1 Kory McConnell 52 Hereford 55 316 Chase Stanley Rusk 5 Connor Dickson 280 Grapeland 56 383 Addison Shelton Wimberley 6 Cody Goode 354 Red Rock 57 620 Wyatt Shoaf Bynum 10 Reagan Uptmore 622 West 58 26 Kellie Collier Happy 1 Colter Daniel 28 Dumas 59 426 Cord Kohleffel East Bernard 7 Kaine Warnken 457 Schulenburg 60 530 Spin Edwards Magnolia 9 Boudreaux Campbell 522 Crockett 61 603 Ryne Hutton Boerne 10 Kyler Gomez 597 Holland Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Barrels and Thursday Morning (June 12, 2014) Performance 62 598 Denton Halford Stephenville 10 Parker Cudd 591 Gatesville 63 560 Paden Sisco Bryan 9 Cody Garrett 533 Bryan 64 150 Caleb Butler Decatur 3 Ty Harris 169 San Angelo 65 380 Neilon Reitz Goliad 6 Logan Shelton 384 Goliad 66 469 Greg Cordova LaPryor 8 Justin DeLaGarza 474 Freer 67 511 William Wright Sandia 8 Arlis Bluntzer 461 Robstown 68 206 Bryce Braden Horatio, AR 4 Dalton Dunham 217 Clarksville 69 212 Justice Cathey Athens 4 Cole Surls 252 Athens 70 527 Taylor Connell Lovelady 9 Blake Johnson 539 Crockett Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Barrels and Wednesday Night (June 11, 2014) Performance 71 255 Stormy Taylor Calera, OK 4 Kolton White 260 Sumner 72 616 Mike Owens Waco 10 Karson Kolacek 607 West 73 136 Delani Wood Stanton 2 Dylan Murphy 118 Snyder 74 389 Taylor Tate Boerne 6 Baron Lackey 370 Sping Branch
75 235 Cole Mitchell Pickton 4 Carson Hicks 224 Sulphur Springs 76 450 Rhett Sbrusch Angleton 7 Will Byler 410 Bellville 77 569 Zach Weaver New Waverly 9 Hunter Arnold 516 Groveton 78 483 Matt Gutierrez Brackettville 8 Courtney Myers 495 Refugio 79 621 Slade Townsend Fredonia 10 Lafe Allen 576 Llano 80 86 Twister Brown Stephenville 2 Rees Taylor 127 Roby 81 557 Sam Runge Jewett 9 Kolt Tucker 567 Marquez 82 406 Mason Boettcher East Bernard 7 Bryan Rampley 447 Yoakum 83 58 Dalton Oâ€™Gorman Shamrock 1 Wes McKee 53 Shamrock 84 146 Ky Bray Stephenville 3 Paden Bray 147 Stephenville Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Barrels and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 85 279 Tyler Crone Winnie 5 Stuart Welch 325 Orange 86 243 Rhett Redding Winnsboro 4 Chandler Calvin 210 Cooper 87 44 Daniel Kirkland Farwell 1 Dillon Kirkland 45 Farwell 88 488 Stratton Lopez Adkins 8 Logan Weeks 505 Uvalde 89 605 Case Jones Gatesville 10 Ross Ashford 580 Lott 90 487 Bradford Loeffler Orange Grove 8 Hondo Harris 484 Aqua Dulce 91 199 Twister Vinson Hawley 3 Clay Boaz 145 Breckenridge 92 240 Maci Ray Mabank 4 Paden Bruton 209 Caddo Mills 93 504 Davis Watts Charlotte 8 Mason Moore 493 Pleasanton Tuesday Morning (June 10, 2014) after Barrels and Wednesday Morning (June 11, 2014) Performance 94 153 Chase Chambers Iowa Park 3 Ky Redstrom 189 Stephenville 95 347 Deets Davis Victoria 6 Colton Arrendondo 337 Refugio 96 551 Chance Orum Porter 9 Adolfo Garcia 532 Cleveland 97 386 Tristan Sivells Harper 6 Riley Barker 340 Harper 98 113 Kynzie Rae McNeill Hobbs, NM 2 Cody Falcon 92 Andrews 99 593 Tanner Fleet Axtell 10 Tanner Montgomery 614 Salado 100 499 Tucker Smith Callihan 8 Tyler Gunter 482 Tilden 101 321 Trent Turner Pollok 5 Rhett Parmer 301 Pollok
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Congratulations to The Walkoviak Family by Ava Anderson
Congratulations is in store for some really special folks over in the Region IV area, and that would be none other than, Sidney, Melissa, Colby, and Caley Walkoviak, and Uncle Dale Walkoviak, all from Andreson, Texas. The Walkoviak's are a close-knit family that enjoys spending time together. whether it be leisure time or working together on their 2, 000 acre ranching and farming outfit. The two brothers, Sidney and Dale Walkoviak, own and manage Walkoviak's Hay LLC. The nature of their family business is raising cattle and shipping hay to feed stores. Their family partnership, has been in operation for around twentyfive years and going strong. This farm and ranch outfit, consists of a 1000 acres for hay farming, plus another additional, 1000 acres for cattle ranching, and runs roughly, 200 head of cattle. Since its inception, this has been a stream-lined, team operation with every family member pitching in and doing their part, including the siblings, once they became old enough to help out. Melissa not only fulfills her duties as a wife and mother, but she also oversees the book-keeping for the family-run operation, while their daughter, Caley also helps her mother out in this arena. Son Colby, helps his dad and uncle out with the cattle and in the hay field, and occasionally Caley gets to help out in the field as well. With a gleam in her eyes, Caley quips, “ I love to be put out in the field helping my dad and uncle when they're short handed. I like being around the tractors and learning how to operate the different tractors.” Helping out this way, Caley says , “It makes me feel that I'm a valuable contribution to our family business, whenever the need arises. However, my main duties, include overseeing the rest of the ranch work, such as the horses and feeding the livestock.”
Since, Caley is actively involved in THSRA, and competes in breakaway, barrel racing, and pole bending, she states, “I don't have much time to help out around the ranch as much I would like, but I certainly appreciate the many different sacrifices that my dad and other family members have made for us. My dad travels with me to my competitions and he's always taken time to support me and my brother in our rodeo endeavors.” “We love to rodeo together as a family and we have such fond memories of our times together, said Caley. However, Caley must admit that there's one memory that was not so fond at the time, and its forever etched in her mind, as she elaborates, “It's the time my brother had to fill in for my dad, and haul me to a rodeo. My brother picked on me the whole time! Thankfully, me and my horse ended up doing good, and now, believe it or not, I let my brother ride my horse.” “My brother, Colby competes in tie down, and he was also active in THSRA during his four years of high school. Plus he went on to win the National College Finals during his freshman and sophomore years of college”, said Caley, “Our family is very proud of him, and he is now completing, his fourth year of college rodeo.” The Walkoviak's are proud to be long-standing members of THSRA and they appreciate the positive impact this organization has had on their family life and with the rodeo youth. They also appreciate the support and contributions that McCoy's Building Supply has made to the youth rodeo associations.
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I Am Second
By Kennady Johnson
– ariat Performance Reporter
he horse is made ready for the day of the battle, but the victory rests with the Lord.”Proverbs 21:31 As the days approaching the Texas High School Finals Rodeo are slimming down, things can get a little chaotic. It’s easy to get caught up in all the hustle and bustle of “state”, but we have to remember to keep our priorities in check. The entire year has lead up to this single week in Abilene, Texas. Many hours of practice, sacrifice, and hard work is what qualified you to get here, but we can’t forget about the Big Man Upstairs. Without Him, absolutely none of this would be possible. I believe Trevor Brazile said it best in his I Am Second interview, “I don’t serve God because of success,” he says. “Whether I win or lose, God just wants us to love Him.” One of the best ways to serve the Lord is to give Him thanks in both victories and losses. It’s really easy
to be appreciative in a win, but not as much so in a defeat. How we handle a loss says more about our character than winning ever will. It’s really hard because we invest so much of who we are into this sport we call rodeo. But, we just have to let go and let God’s will be done. Just like Proverbs 21:31 says “The horse is made ready for the day of the battle, but the victory rests with the Lord.” We need to show up prepared and ready to compete to the best of our ability, but keep in mind the victory, or the loss, is not ours, it’s the Lord’s. And he wants to be glorified in all situations. He has an awesome plan for your life that far exceeds anything you could ever dream of. So this 2014 Texas High School Finals Rodeo I challenge you to give all the glory to the Lord. Whether it turns out how you wanted it to or not. Sportsmanship is one of the biggest aspects of rodeo that separates us from other sports. Come prepared and ready to compete, but keep in mind the reason you are able to be there. Don’t let a defeat or a victory define who you are, let God.
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By raelyN hill – ariat Performance Reporter
he year has come to an end and the region finals are over and the seniors of Region II are on their way to make a future for themselves. Many have been a member for up to seven years while others have only been a member for a few. No matter what they all left some type of impact.
“It is a crazy and time consuming year and before you know it, it’s all over with,” Kynzie Rae McNeill, also a senior, enjoyed her last year but is ready to see what the future has in store for her. After graduating she plans on attending Texas Tech and keeping rodeo as a main part of her life. Hannah Neushwander and Kinsey Smith are also seniors who will be starting the next part of their lifes. walKer Kibbe They all have plans of going to college, starting a career, and hopefully always remember their high school experience as a member of region II. Walker Kibbe, another senior said, “My senior year was truly a blessing.” His plans for the future involve college rodeo and getting a degree to be a Game Warden and later on an AG teacher. Chason Williams, Christian Montoya, Payton Schrader, Brady Roberts, Garrett McCarthy, and Levi Ocha are some more senior boys who are on their way to bigger and better things. They as well have plans to have a bright future. As for the rest of this year, region II plans on making state a memorial one as we did last year. Last year there were nine members from region II who qualified for nationals. Being one of the smallest regions last year did not make region II any less. This year the region hopes to do the same. Region II would like to wish all of the seniors good luck with their future and also a good luck to everybody at state. KyNZie rae McNeill
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s the school year and Texas High School Rodeo Association season draw to a close, many members find themselves worrying about final grades, scholarships, summer jobs, and the THSRA state finals. With so much going on, it’s easy to get caught up in focusing on ourselves. But when we put the emphasis on winning in the rodeo arena and life for our own sake, we’re losing perspective. God should take first place in our lives, and we should be second. Here is what Region III members mean when they say “I am second”:
“I think ‘I am second’ means knowing God gave us the greatest gift possible and because of that, we should put him above all things on earth.” - Catherine Murray
“I am second means that no matter what, we should always put God first. He is the reason we are able to do the things we love, including rodeo!” - Carli Maxwell
“It means that no matter what we want for ourselves, God’s will comes first. We should put God’s wants first and our own second.” - Shayna Johnson “I am second means that we should all put God first and our other priorities and hobbies second. It means we should give God the honor and glory for all things.” - Colton Brown
In Proverbs 21: 31, it says, “The horse is prepared for the day of battle, but the victory belongs to the Lord.” We can do anything and everything to win on our own accord, but all of our efforts are pointless if God is not first place in our lives. When we turn our plans and worries over to God, we stop holding ourselves back from the good things He has in store for us.
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Cutting, Queening and State 2014
By Kailey toal– ariat Performance Reporter
exas High School Rodeo Finals are here and everyone is extremely excited to see what will happen in each event. Two of these events that will be at the finals are cutting and queening. Rarely do we get to hear about these, so here is Region IV’s own reigning Champion girls cutter and queen’s contest representative, Chloé Costello, to tell us a little bit more about each event and her personal experiences with them. Chloé Costello is a 16 year old sophomore. She resides in Kaufman, Texas, with her parents David and Mindy Costello and sister, Caroline. Her dad is a veterinarian at the Kaufman Veterinary Center, and is the proprietor of Kaufman Metal Sales. Her mother is an extremely knowledgeable horsewoman that
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has been instrumental in Chloe’s, and my own, rodeo career. Chloé attends Kaufman High School where she is on the honor roll, and is a member of the National Honor Society. For her extracurricular activities, she plays volleyball, is in the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and is a highly active member of her church youth group. As for rodeo, Chloé has been competing at Region IV for 3 years. She got started after watching her sister because, “it looked like a lot of fun and she enjoyed it, so I thought I’d carry on the tradition.” Her favorite thing about our region is the involvement every kid has. Each competitor really gets involved in the production of the rodeo and helps anywhere they can. Her favorite event to compete in would be pole bending because, “my horse is great I just have to be able to keep up with her!” In addition to pole bending, she competes in barrel racing, and of course cutting, and queening. In cutting, the goal is to “separate, hopefully three cows from the herd, or two at minimum and try to keep them in the middle and work them as best your horse can, within the time limit of two minutes and thirty seconds.” You are judged for “the eye appeal of your horse and they give you points for keeping the cow in the middle, really big stops, and great turn backs, if they don’t swing out and come back to the cow just stop and pivot… and if you are staying in position with the cow. The cows head should always be on the horse’s neck or at your leg; you don’t want to get behind or above the cow.” The base score is a 70 and a great score would be a 74. She started to compete in this event as soon as it was offered to her through T.H.S.R.A in her freshman year. She got started because her, “mom is a big time cutter so she was pretty open to me getting started.” She is our reigning Region IV girls champion cutter and will be representing us in Abilene. In the queen’s competition, the contestant starts with an introduction and impromptu question before the judges. Then the contestants have modeling and speech that directly follows. There is also a written test, interview with the judges and horsemanship. Horsemanship would be Chloe’s favorite portion of the competition because, “I enjoy working with Chuck. He’s a good horse.” Chloé became interested in queening
after watching her friend and our former region queen, Haylee Rickman, compete, because “it looked like a lot of fun.” She also says she started after being persuaded in a feed store by Angela David. Angela is knowledgeable about queening and convinced Chloé to give it a whirl. In order to become our region queen, Chloé had to attend a queen’s competition in Andrus, Texas in December “to compete there with the other girls that were trying to qualify for state and represent their region.” When asked about what she is doing to prepare to represent us at state, Chloé replied, “What am I not doing to get ready for state!” Chloé and her mother have been working extremely hard to prepare for Abilene. Chloé has been “doing
a lot of lessons with my horse, really learning the pattern, getting my outfits together and studying up on the rulebook.” She has also been going and speaking at various places like the Garden Club, Historical Society and Lions Club to promote the sport of rodeo and work on her speaking skills and speech. Chloé Costello has worked hard and she will definitely represent us well in the cutting and queening competition at state this year. Good luck to Chloé and everyone else representing Region IV this year at the Texas State High School Rodeo Finals. Have fun, be safe and show everyone that it really is, “bigger in Texas, and better at Region IV!”
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hen you think of Texas High School Rodeo Association you think of each event that is preformed on the arena floor. From the rough stock event to the speed events THSRA does it all, but what most don’t know is about the event that doesn’t involve a horse or any animal. Recently added in 2010 to the THSRA and TJHRA is a shooting division. This shooting division consists of trap shooting and light rifle shooting. Trapshooting is one of the three major disciplines of competitive clay pigeon shooting (shotgun shooting at clay targets). While light rifle shooting is shots made from various distances. Shooting members receive all the benefits of being a member of the Texas High School Rodeo Association: buckles to the top 4, high school gives award and money to first place in events, chance to compete at National
Finals and the seniors can apply for thousands in scholarships given each year. This year Region V is taking to Abilene some tough competitors in the shooting division. Region V sophomore Corley Sirman will compete again in the trap for his second year at state. Last year Corley was the Texas High Rodeo Champion Trap shooting and a national qualifier. He plans to go into the competitions with high expectations to make it further than last year. Another competitor is Logan Smith, senior from Alto, TX. Not only can he rope, but is an avid shooter as well. Hunting is an enjoyable past time for Logan and there is no better was to show off than to compete in the trap shooting. Caleb Cogbill another cowboy from Region V will compete this year in trap for the first time. Trap shooting is a sport of a lifetime that can be a great way to show off hand-eye motion. Region V contestant Hunter Kocian only competes in the shooting division. Being brought up around hunting and shooting clays his whole life; he will go to state as a tough competitor. Hunter enjoys all types of hunting and there isn’t much he hasn’t hunted for. As his first year in Region V, hunter is excited to compete at state in Trap. He will head to Abilene and not only compete against high school students all over the state of Texas, but his own family, Kallie Wisener. Kallie is a competitor of Region V in the barrels and poles as well as shooting. Kallie was also brought up around hunting and shooting skeet and plans to make is a hobby for the rest of her life. Hunter and Kallie practice together with the help of their coach Chuck Griffith, owner of Lufkin Ranch and Rodeo, who gave them both the passion and love for the game of shooting. With many long hours of practice they both will go into state with only expectations to do their best and have fun. With hard work from each contestant from Region V, the shooting contestants work just as hard. The shooting will be held in Abilene at the Callahan County shooting range on June 8th. Region V can do it all, that’s why they say Region V is the biggest, the baddest, and the best region in the state of Texas! Remember as you go into state and head to nationals that Gods word says “When you’ve done everything you can do, that’s when God will step in and do what you can’t do.” 2 Corinthians 12:10.
loomer Trailers is proud to announce the 2014 Bloomer Trailers High School Rodeo Team that will compete at the International Finals Youth Rodeo at Shawnee, Oklahoma in July. IFYR is the largest paying high school rodeo in the nation; it is often referred to as the “Cheyenne of High School Rodeo” with 11 performances and a purse over $200,000. Thirty-three athletes from 10 states will represent Bloomer Trailers after a careful selection process. The Bloomer Team has won the IFYR team competition 4 times in recent years. The majority of the past team members are competing on the college level and professional level. Over the past eight years the team has produced several National High School Rodeo Champions,
College National Champions, 2 NFR qualifiers and 6 PRCA Rookies of the Year. Bloomer Trailers along with the Bloomer Pro Team teach each athlete that goes through the program not only about obtaining sponsorships but how to be successful in the pro world of rodeo as well as in life. Each year Bloomer hosts a team meeting with members, their families and the Pro Team. The meeting prepares the athletes in many areas including; interviewing for television and radio, professional photo shoots, obtaining sponsors, live filming and the professional side of rodeo. Randy Bloomer hosted the meeting, along with photographers and production teams, guest speakers and trainers included Bloomer Pro Team members Stran Smith, Tuf Cooper, Shane Hanchey and Taylor Jacob. Broadcasters and TV personalities Jennifer Smith and Alexis Bloomer. The featured guest was Delbert Alvarado, professional football player. Bloomer team members also work with companies such as Panhandle Slim, Rock and Roll Cowboy, Rock and Roll Cowgirl, Justin Boots, Cinch Jeans and Cruel Girl Jeans. Bloomer Trailers are proud to be the official trailer of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, Texas High School Rodeo Association, World Series of Team Roping and National Reined Cowhorse Association and the official sponsor of the United States Team Roping Association. For more information about Bloomer Trailers and the team please contact Bloomer Trailers at 800-390-6377, email rodeoteam@ bloomertrailers.com or www.bloomertrailers.com. Also, follow Bloomer Trailers on Facebook and twitter.
2014 Bloomer Trailers High School Rodeo Team Members teXAs trevor hedeman – Team Roping and Tie Down. THSRA Qualifier 4x, IFYR Top Ten, 3 year team member. preston Burr – Bareback, Team Roping and Steer Wrestling. THSRA Qualifier 4x, NHSRA Qualifier 2x, NHSRA Top Ten and 2 year team member. Will Byler – Steer Wrestling, Team Roping and Tie Down. THSRA Qualifier 4x, IFYR Top Ten and 2 year team member. maddie lang – Poles and Barrels. THSRA Qualifier 4x, IFYR Top Ten and 2 year team member. loni lester – Barrels, Poles, Breakaway and Goats. 2013 THSRA Goat Tying Champion, NHSRA Qualifier 2x and 2 year team member. tyson Arledge – Tie Down and Team Roping. THSRA Qualifier 4x.
katie Boyd – Poles, Barrels and Goat Tying. THSRA Qualifier 3x. cade Bray – Team Roper. THSRA Qualifier 4x, USTRC National Champion. maverick harper – Steer Wrestling, Team Roping and Tie Down Roping. THSRA Qualifier 4x. carson hicks – Team Roping and Tie Down. THSRA Qualifier 3x. Westyn hughes – Tie Down Roping. RFD American Semi-Finalist. cooper mathews – Team Roping and Tie Down. THSRA Qualifier. lindsey mcleod – Barrels. THSRA Qualifier 4x, IFYR Top Twenty. tillar murray – Barrels and Poles. 2013 THSRA Barrel Racing Champion, THSRA 3x Qualifier, NHSRA Qualifier. Brady Roberts – Bull Rider. THSRA
Qualifier 3x. clay sieber – Team Roping and Tie Down. THSRA Qualifier 3x. IFYR Team Roping Champion. kelsey thompson – Barrels and Poles. THSRA Qualifier 3x. ARkAnsAs Ashleigh Baugh – Goat Tying, Breakaway, Barrels and Poles. AHSRA All Around Cowgirl 3x, 2013 AHSRA Goat Tying Champion, NHSRA Qualifier 3x, NHSRA Top Ten, IFYR Reserve Champion and 2 year team member. Britt driggers – Steer Wrestling, Tie Down and Team Roping. AHSRA All Around Cowboy, NHSRA Qualifier 3x, NHSRA Top Ten, IFYR Top Ten and 2 year team member.
photo by Kathy Howerton, justthewayyouare.net. CALIFORNIA Clayton Biglow – Bareback, Team Roping and Tie Down. 2013 NHSRA Bareback Champion, 2013 IFYR Bareback Champion, 2013 CHSRA Bareback Champion, NHSRA Qualifier 3x. Clayton Brum – Saddle Bronc, Bull Riding, Team Roping and Tie Down. 2013 CHSRA All Around Cowboy, Champion Bull Rider, CHSRA Qualifier 3x, NHSRA Top 20. Mason Mardesich – Saddle Bronc, Team Roping, Tie Down and Steer Wrestling. CHSRA Qualifier 3x, NHSRA Top Ten. FLORIDA Jessica Gray – Goat Tying, Barrels, Breakaway and Team Roping. 2014 FHSRA All Around Cowgirl & Goat Tying Champion. NHSRA Qualifier 4x, Team Member 2 years. Blake Vickers – Team Roping and Tie Down. FHSRA Qualifier 3x, NHSRA Qualifier.
Morgan Holmes – Team Roping, Breakaway MISSISSIPPI Roping and Goat Tying. AJQHA 5x World Destyn Ladner – Breakaway, Goat Tying, Champion, 17x NRCHA National Champion. Barrels, Poles and Team Roping. 2013 MHSRA Breakaway Champion, NHSRA GEORGIA Qualifier 4x, and 3 year team member. Cheyenne Richards – Goat Tying, Breakaway and Team Roping. NHSRA Qualifier. NEBRASKA Wyatt Gewinner – Bareback. 2013 & 2012 KANSAS Nebraska High School Rodeo Champion, Lane Hamm – Saddle Bronc. 2013 & 2012 IFYR Reserve Champion, NHSRA Top KHSRA Saddle Bronc Champion, NHSRA Fifteen and 2 year team member. Qualifier 4x, NHSRA Top 20, IFYR Top Ten and 3 year team member. NEW MEXICO Brandi Hollenbeck – Breakaway Roping, Jacob Spencer – Bull Rider. 2013 NMHSRA Goat Tying, Barrels and Team Roping. Champion Bull Rider, NMHSRA Qualifier 3x, KHSRA Qualifier 4x, NHSRA Qualifier 4x, NHSRA Reserve Champion, IFYR Top Ten. 2011 NHSRA Breakaway Champion and 2 year team member. OKLAHOMA Paige Wiseman – Breakaway, Goat Tying, Wyatt Rogers – Bull Riding & Team Roping. Barrels and Poles. 2013 KHSRA All Around 2013 OHSRA Bull Riding Champion, NHSRA Cowgirl, Goat Tying Champion, Pole Bending Qualifier 2x, NHSRA Top Ten and IFYR Top Ten. Champion, NHSRA Top Ten.
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By Kalli DaVis
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his is the final time some of us will compete at the THSRA State Finals in Abilene. Wow, these past four years have been one heck of a ride. I wouldn’t trade these experiences for anything! Whether you won State or you had the worst rodeo of your life, cherish the memories and be grateful for the opportunities you have been fortunate to enjoy. I know in my four years I have acquired so much from being a member of the THSRA. I can only hope each and every one of you take as much from high school rodeo as I have. I have learned to be a leader, a member, a friend, and a mentor. It has given me the opportunity to make memories I will cherish forever and I am so grateful.
We didn’t get here by ourselves. We had the support and love of family, friends and God. We had to mature in this game in order to improve and succeed. Without this support, we would have never made it this far. Thank your parents for the countless hours they spent with you this watching you grow as a competitor, the exhausting drives from rodeo to rodeo, and the uplifting words of encouragement, they always shared with you, regardless of the circumstances. We don’t compete alone in this great sport we love, we share our time with our animal companions. Be grateful for these amazing animals. Remember they love the sport just as much as you. From barrel and roping horses giving their all, to the bulls wanting to beat you out, rodeo would be nothing without the animals. Lastly, but certainly not least, be grateful for God and the opportunities he has given you in life. The opportunity to be a member of a great association that works to preserve western heritage, and promote the sport we love so much. Thank God for this season and his plans for your life, because without him our dreams will not come to pass. He
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is with you every step of the way, even when you stumble! I am truly grateful for these experiences, and the awesome life I live. I am so fortunate to have had the opportunity to get to know many of you, and I can’t wait to see where the future takes us all. Congratulations to every competitor that left their mark in Abilene this year, and to those going to Nationals, best of luck and safe travels!
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PERFORMANCE REPORT Saying Goodbye Isn't Easy:
senior class of 2014
By syDNey Golbow
– ariat Performance Reporter
our years have passed and it’s time to say goodbye to the class of 2014. Many people are finding it hard to say goodbye to these kids because of what role models they have been to the underclassmen. Aside from this sadness, these 32 seniors are ready to start a new chapter in their lives. The seniors have have outstanding accomplishments both academically and rodeo wise. loni kay lester, loryn piersol, and Will Byler were all accepted to Sam Houston State University. kary Ann keaton will be attending Texas A&M University and Ashley ortamond will be a
UTSA Roadrunner in the fall. lauren Bane will be attending Tarleton State University on a rodeo scholarship. Being accepted to college isn’t the only reason why these seniors are spectacular. A lot of our seniors have been awarded a plethora of scholarships as well. Reid halbert racked up a $10,000 scholarship from the San Antonio Youth Rodeo in February. Loni Kay Lester was awarded a scholarship from the Texas Rodeo Cowboys Hall of Fame. Rhett sbrusch received the Brazoria County Cattlemen’s Association scholarship. Many of our senior members also received the Region VII scholarship as well as the Blake Sandel scholarship that is awarded each year at our annual awards banquet. As you can see most of these seniors have left an impact on many of our lives both inside and outside of the arena. Although it’s never easy to say goodbye, we hope the best for all of you in the future. You have officially left your mark in our region and it’s time to move on to the next chapter of your life. Remember that today is the first day of the rest of your life. Whether you choose to continue to rodeo or not, remember the lessons you’ve learned and the friendships you’ve established. It has been a pleasure being able to rodeo with best seniors in the state and we hope you all enjoy this next chapter.
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THSRA Executive Board Member
ubba Benight, THSRA Executive Board Director and Region VI President, is a native Texan and resides on a ranch outside of Bastrop, Texas with his family; Wife, Natalie, Daughters Peyton and Bailey and son Brody. While in high school Bubba was an active member the Texas High School Rodeo Association, he competed in the Calf roping, Steer wrestling, and Team roping. He was always considered a very competitive and accomplished young cowboy. He won numerous saddles and buckles during his Youth rodeo years. He took his rodeo career to the next step and won his own share in the Pro-rodeo circuit as well as the CPRA. He qualified numerous times for the CPRA finals. Following in their father’s footsteps, all of Bubba's children have grown up competing in both Junior and High School Rodeos within the THSRA, as well as other Youth Rodeo Organizations. Peyton his oldest daughter is attending Texas A&M University, in College Station. Peyton competed in TJHRA and THSRA from her 6th grade year until her Senior year, making it to the state finals more than once! Bailey, a freshman at Smithville High School is competing her first year of High school rodeo after three years of success in the Jr. High division. Brody is just now a 6th grader and getting his turn to join the THSRA/ TJHRA family. He has his eyes on the State finals! Bubba's favorite thing about high school rodeo is the lasting friendships that are made, and being around the kids who love the sport just as he did and still does today! Bubba always has a kind and encouraging word to offer competitors. You will often see Bubba working the barrier, or pushing calves in the roping boxes, helping girls get their “crazy”
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speed event horses in the arena, and hazing at a rodeo event. Bubba and his wife Natalie are definitely an essential aspect to Region VI, or any other rodeo organization they are affiliated with. There is never a rodeo you won't see Bubba working, or hear Natalie on the Microphone, either announcing times or trying to summons people to set barrels, poles or just work the gate! The Bennight’s are always willing to help at a rodeo in order to have it run smooth and a quickly as possible. His favorite High school rodeo memory is hazing for last year’s State Champion Steer Wrestler, and family friend, Cade Goodman. When looking into the future, Bubba would like to see the High school rodeo keep doing what they are doing, and continue to grow. He would like to see competitors receive as many prizes and scholarships as possible Bubba, like many other people, feel the biggest challenges rodeo families face are the financial expenses, the ability to afford to haul and pay the fees required. Bubba's advice for all parents and members, is to become involved and help out! Bubba, Thank you for all you do, for the kids and the families! We are so proud and grateful to have you as our Executive Board Director! Love Region VI!
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Bring the Heat
whitaKer – ariat Performance Reporter
egion eight is bringing the heat this year! The great eight has always been a tough region, in many areas. We have sent several past and present competitors to state in the past few years. Last year region eight brought home a state title and sent six contestants to nationals last year. In the years past region eight has come to be known as one of the toughest regions for barrel racing. Every year girls break records and step up the game. In 2010, 2011, and 2012 region eight brought home the barrel racing state title. Last year we also sent two girls (Sissy Winn and Shelby Herrmann) to Wyoming in barrels as well. Our southern region we call home, has won several state titles and sent several to nationals, but this year we hope to even bring home not only a state title, but also a national title. The potential to win here at region eight is very high. Not only in ability, but also in attitude and spirit. The biggest part of each cowboy and cowgirls summer is making the trip to Abilene to compete at a high level and see
there old friends. However, the experience is awesome, a few of us will be making our last trip to state finals, and saying a sad farewell to the Taylor Expo Center. We all know how sweltering hot Abilene can be in the summer, and for those of you that will be attending their very first state finals, be warned; be ready to sweat! Many families and competitors have gotten rather creative in creating a cool way to relax on the grounds. Blow-up pools, fans, shade cover, even the little fans with the spray bottle attached. Lets see if anyone can come up with another new idea this year. Another way to entertain oneself while at state during their off time is to head over to Primetime. Go carts, pool, bowling, an arcade, and much more. It is definitely a must do. Not only is the weather hot, but so are our region members. They will be tearing up the arena and turning and burning. This year region eight will be coming in hot and bringing home state titles and maybe even national titles. What a wonderful state finals we have ahead of us and what a wonderful year it has been. As my last article, I want to say thank you to region eight and good luck to all the competitors. I know it will be an awesome year. Look out state, region eight is bringing the heat!
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By Natalie sweNsoN– ariat Performance Reporter
egion 9 had its finals March 22 and it was a success. For seniors it was bittersweet. With a Region 9 tradition they got to be recognized individually and give thanks to their parents who have helped them with their rodeo career. As the rodeo went along we got to crown our event winners respectively. In the Saddle Bronc Kyler Cole, Pole Bending Caley Walkoviak, Bareback Dillon Bize,Breakaway Kendell Emmons, Tiedown John Douch, Steer Wrestling Wyatt Chalmers, Goat Tying Sonora Schueneman, Team Roping Hayden Rasco and Lane Ardoin, Barrel Racing Kelsey Thompson, a tie in the Bull Riding between Tristan Mize and Forster Mccraw, All Around Girls went to Tacy Webb, All Around Boys went to John Douch. Congratulations to all Region 9 contestants.
State Finals is something that is officially on the front of everyone's mind. As you continue to prepare over the summer lets not forget the people that have gotten us all to state this year, our parents. We did not get to where we are today alone. I would also like to say thank you to Region 9 for giving me the opportunity to write my Region. This is something that has been truly eye opening. I hope for the next person who steps up as the Region 9 Extreme Team Reporter represents the Region well and learns as from this privilege as I have. Good luck in your preparations for State Finals in Abilene, TX June 6-14. Region 9 competitors, may the odds be ever in your favor.
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boiles– ariat Performance Reporter
s this year has come to an end and we began to focus merely on other things outside of high school rodeo for the summer, remember that no one is going to make your dreams come true for you. It is your job everyday to wake up and work towards the desires that are deepest in your heart, and to enjoy every step of the journey rather than wishing you were already where you want to end up. Don't dwell on the past or the year we are leaving behind. Keep moving forward and making the days count. Learn from the mistakes you have made and gather the lessons up to help you lunge into your goals. One thing to hold into are the memories of our days in region X. When asking a few contestants what their favorite moment of the 20132014 year was they answered like so; Samantha Chick stated "I realize I have been extremely blessed with great horses and amazing support throughout the year. My most memorable moment would have to be my third consecutive all around win. My dad and I set a goal to win the all around all four years of high school and I hope I'm fortunate enough to reach my goal next year." For Meagan Lott the most memorable memory of the year was, as she states, "the traditional late trips to IHOP
after the team roping jackpot with the huge region X crew!" It must be said that some great bonding took place over chocolate milk and pancakes! Mikey Owens a graduating senior claimed, "me and my partner went into the year knowing we would have to work extremely hard to make it to state considering he started roping 3 weeks before the first rodeo so making state is unforgettable." Another senior, Jordy Wright states, "Being in Region X has been a blast throughout the years. My favorite part about going to region rodeos, besides competing, is seeing all of my friends. There has never been a dull moment. My family and friends have been there to support me the whole way, and I definitely couldn't have done this without any of them." Both seniors Mikey and Jordy have been accepted to Tarleton State University where they will carry on their love for rodeo on the rodeo team. We would like to wish all of those graduating the best of luck in life and making their dreams come true. Congratulations to the 2014 class of seniors: Bailey Barnard, Lydia Bierschwale, Kasper Backwell, Jacob Butler, Kelsay Crawford, Parker Cudd, Trinton Downing, Weston Gloff, Bradley Greenhaw, Tallen Halliday, Maverick Harper, Trevor Hedeman, Ryann Jameson, Dustin Jones, Case Jones, Case Jones, Wyatt Lentschke, Sara McCarty, Augie Noble, Mike Owens, Parker Patterson, Morgan Pounders, Madison Rampy, Mica Rucker, Morgan Selman, Wyatt Shoaf, Reagan Uptmore, Katy Warren, Makenle Worley, Jordy Wright, and Shelby Zizzo. It has been an honor for Region X to watch all of you grow up and prosper throughout the years. God bless everyone and the class of 2014!
JAKE HUGHES by Ava Anderson
The Whataburger Whatakid is selected due to their ability to excel both in and out of the rodeo arena. Whataburger is proud to recognize a THSRA member from each of the ten regions who truly upholds the title “Whatakid!” One of the nominees will be chosen at the State Final Rodeo in June as the Whatakid of the Year. In recognition of this accomplishment they will receive free Whataburgers for an entire year!
"Hard Work Beats Talent, When Talent Doesn't Work Hard"...
Ashlyn "Jake" Hughes is an outgoing eighteen-year old, young lady from Dew, Texas. She introduces herself by saying, “My name is Jake Hughes and that's what I go by!” She needs no other introduction, as I let her continue, “Jake is my real name and I was named after my great uncle. He was a man that never got married so he never had kids. My mom helped take care of Uncle Jake after he was diagnosed with cancer. Me and my uncle were the very best of friends, until he passed. I hope and pray that I can be as 'good a person' as he was, and remembered in a way that he is!” This delightful young lady, is very family-oriented and she definitely has her priorities in order, as she goes on to state, “My heros' in proper order, is the good Lord above, and then my parents.” Over the years, Jake has strived to live by the principles found in the Word of God, and by the standards that she has been taught at home and instilled into her by her family. Ms. Hughes continues to give honor where honor is due, by stating, “My dad, mom and step-dad, have all pushed me to be the best person that I can be. My dad has taught me that even the best can miss it at times, but they learn from it and move on. Dad has also taught me that there is a good side to everything. My mom has taught me 'to give it my all, no matter what', and to always strive to lift people up. My step-dad has taught me that when the going gets 'tuff' ya' gotta grit your teeth and get after it! Each one of these people has influenced Jake's life in their own special way, and she says, “My parents have been my role models as far back, as I can remember, and will always, remain so!.”
A favorite motto instilled into her, “Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn't work hard!”.Jake has strived to work hard at everything she has put her hands to, including her spiritual life, home life, academics and extracurricular activities. She is an 11th grader this year, and an A & B Honor Roll student, attending Fairfield High School in Fairfield, Texas. Her favorite subject is English, and her favorite teacher, is Mr. Wright, the history and theater teacher. Jake is active in the Beta club and in a number of other school clubs, organizations and sports activities. During her freshmen year, she had a stint playing volleyball and was on the JV team, but she ended up hurting her knee. She said, “Then I came to a crossroads where I had to choose between rodeo and volleyball, and of course it was not hard to choose, I chose rodeo!” She is also involved in FFA , and serves on the horse judging team. What does she enjoy during her spare time, I also really like taking pictures, it's just something that I have kind of picked up and really enjoy!”, said Jake. An average school day for Jake, consists of attending school until 3:30 pm, then arriving home and saddling up her young horse and working and riding the rodeo horses, plus roping a pen full of calves. Jake has a favorite companion that accompanies her, “I use my dog named Region IX, whenever we need any of our cows or calves penned. I have fond memories of getting my dog at my first Region IX, Jr. High rodeo event. Region knows how to sit, shake and play dead and he is a wonderful companion.” She went on to comment that during the summer months that she likes to change up her routine a bit, and usually saddles the young horses in the morning, but waits until the evening hours, to rope and ride, and to work all the other horses, or participate in other events. Jake is a true equestrian champion and she has three main rodeo horses that make up her winning team. She shares that Hank, a sorrel horse with two white dots on his head, has been her main horse since she was eight years old. She goes on to share, “I started off roping calves, tying goats, and running barrels and poles with Hank, but now I just run poles on him”, and then she said, “Hank won't let anybody but me and my mom and my little sister ride him.” Ms. Hughes awards and accomplishments, include being named Equestrian of the Year, and she especially enjoys, helping the youth residing in the county areas, with their rodeo and animal projects. Her background, qualifications and other distinquishments certainly, make her a wonderful role model to the youth, as she further shares, “I've been riding since I was 2 years old and have been in the rodeo arean ever since then!” Jake talks of how she went on to compete at many different levels, starting with the Little Britches Rodeo, and on to CTYRA, TYRRA, ETYRA, and graduating up to the junior high, and high school levels of rodeo competitions, plus being an active competitor and member of THSRA. Her years of rodeo, have awarded her with seven saddles, and she's won over seventy plus, belt buckles during her rodeo tenure! Her favorite event is breakaway. Her favorite memory, she says, “Is when I roped a 2.0 at the Little Britches rodeo in Groesbeck Texas!” Fast forward to the future, and she now has her eyes on the college rodeo circuit. “College wise, I'm really wanting to attend Sam Houston State and rodeo with that champion team. Job wise, I want to be a horse chiropractor, so that I can take my work with me wherever I go, and wherever the trial of life leads me!” Congratulations to Ashlyn “Jake” Hughes, WHATAKID to be saluted and remembered! I have no doubt, that she will be remembered for her many good works and achievements,and with a humble heart she says,“Thank you everyone, for nominating me for this special recognition...this all means alot to me!"
TExAS jUNIOR HIGH RODEO ASSOcIATION NEwS LETTER FROM THE TJHRA SECRETARY
s you are reading this, our finals will be over and we will have our new Texas Junior High National Team! This year has gone so fast but has been a great one! Junior High just keeps getting better and better…..so tell all your friends they need to be a part of our Association! Junior High National team will make history this year in being the first year in Des Moines, IA. This is going to be a first for many things; the National office will be putting the finals on, instead of a host city handling arrangements. Make sure you pack all the “Texas” items you can (decorate your camping area; decorate your golf cart…etc). We will not be able to decorate our seating area, so let’s make sure they know Texas is there outside! Don’t forget you will need current coggins and health papers to check in at Nationals. Please plan your trip giving you plenty of time to get to Des Moines, they will not let you check in late. I look forward to seeing you all at the National finals and cheer each and everyone on! Texas is ready to pick up the trophy four years in a row! Sunday after the meeting we will have a Texas cookout at the trailers to kick things off and let everyone meet each other. Congratulations to you all! If you need to get in contact with me, do not hesitate to contact me…. Anne Dollery Texas Junior High Rodeo Association State Secretary P.O. Box 886 Caldwell, TX 77836 979-412-2551 email@example.com
Texas Junior High Rodeo Association News
A Great Year for Region IX!
By Jessica Garrett– TJHRA Reg XI President
ere in region 9 we have had a great year!! The competition was tough and we had some close races for
the year end winners and all-around cowboy and cowgirl. Our all-around cowboy winner was Riley Webb. He had the lead going into the finals but by all means didn’t have it cinched up! He had two tough cowboys right behind him of which were both his good friends. Even though the competition got tough they never stopped pulling for each other. It came down to the last event of the evening at the region finals. Winning all-around was not the easiest thing but however he accomplished it. He would like to thank his dad for helping him in Darcy Taylor the arena and his mom for being “his secretary”. When asked what helped him the most this year he said “I would like to thank God for blessing me with my faith, health, and good horses to ride.” This is Riley’s second year of TJHRA and has qualified for the finals in Gonzales both years. We hope that he has a great finals. “I always put God first and everything else seems to fall in place” says Riley. Our All-around cowgirl was Darcy Taylor. Darcy’s plan to win the all-around title “was trying to make every run my best and trying to stay on top”. The race for allaround cowgirl was a tight race and included many close friends, as well. But when the dust all settled Darcy earned the top spot as our all-around cowgirl. Darcy loves volleyball, rodeo and being with her friends and family. Darcy would like to thank her parents for supporting her to accomplish what and where she is today. We hope she too has a great finals.
Texas Junior High Rodeo Association News
Royal Region X is Rockinâ€™ the Royal Purple
EXECUTIVE BOARD NATIONAL DIRECTOR JOHN E. BLAND
PRESIDENT TROY ASHFORD
1ST VICE-PRESIDENT VICKIE JAROSEK
DELEGATE JOHN ATKINSON 979-482-2018 DELEGATE CINDY CLAYTON 254-485-9466
DELEGATE AMANDA GORHAM
DELEGATE JASON KEY
DELEGATE TONY LACINA
DELEGATE CHUCK SINKS 972-771-5721 firstname.lastname@example.org SECRETARY ANNE DOLLERY 979-272-2249 email@example.com
By brody latray
t the Region Finals in March 2014, Region X went all out with Royal Purple decorations, jackets with purple embroidery for all of the Region X 2013-2014 participants, and awesome prizes for everyone who finished in the top ten in each event. The Finals Party was hosted by the parents of the Region. They went all out with fancy decorations, a Mexican food buffet that rocked, and of course all the awards. The prizes ranged from custom knives to belt buckles to saddles. There were awesome saddle blankets, headstalls, breast collars and more. One of the unusual things about Region X is each person in the top ten in each event picks their prize, starting with second place and moving up all the way to tenth taking the last prize for that event. First place in each event, of course, receives a really nice custom made trophy saddle. The All-Around Boy and Girl each also receive an awesome saddle. Pictured are the All-Around Boy, Garett Chick, and the All-Around Girl, Lexie Russell, with their saddles. And new for this year, all of the State
2013-2014 JUNIOR HIGH STATE DIRECTORS
PRESIDENT CULLEN EPPRIGHT 830-857-4144 firstname.lastname@example.org V.PRES MOLLY ATKINSON 979-482-2020 email@example.com SECRETARY IMA CHAMPION 903-388-8129 firstname.lastname@example.org PRINCESS AUBRIE FIELDS email@example.com STATE DIRECTORS
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Qualifiers will receive a Cinch purple western shirt with their name and Region X embroidered on it, so everyone will recognize the Region X riders at State and at Nationals this season. Region X Junior High (and the high school division as well) will be moving back to the Circle T Arena in Hamilton for the 2014-2015 rodeo season. As the summer progresses into fall, many of the Region X Junior High competitors will be moving on up to High School Rodeo. We wish them the best of luck at State and, for some hopefully, at Nationals and in their future rodeo careers. Rock on!
REGION I GARY FIELDS 806-946-6138 KENT HALEY 806-670-2174 JEREMY MC CASLIN 405-520-5206 REGION II KEITH KENT 325-665-6050 SHORTY SHAW 432-686-8103 REGION III MIKE BRITAIN 254-595-0563 KEN BRAY 817-219-0436 JAYLENE HIMES 325-668-1554 REGION IV DAVE CLARK MATT INGLE
REGION V SHANE MARTIN 936-462-3413 BRAD CRONE 832-454-3694 Joe Glenn Kahla 409-384-0921 REGION VI NATALIE BENNIGHT 513-304-8507 MICHAEL ISELT 979-540-8863 REGION VII CHRIS OATES DEE ANN RAWLINSON SCOTT SHOOK
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REGION VIII MATT SCIBA 361-571-7888 firstname.lastname@example.org KELLIE BEAL 361-220-2533 email@example.com JASON UNDERBRINK 210-854-7718 firstname.lastname@example.org REGION IX DANNY TAYLOR 979-255-6945 email@example.com Jim Hodges 936-661-2480 firstname.lastname@example.org JOHN SCHUENEMAN 979-268-4994 email@example.com REGION X TRENT BOATRIGHT 512-630-5962 firstname.lastname@example.org JOHN DOWNING 254-770-7064 email@example.com BLAKE RUSSELL 512-778-5301 firstname.lastname@example.org
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The June edition of The Extreme Team News has a special section, "The Guide to Abilene and the THSRA State Finals," where all the informatio...
Published on May 22, 2014
The June edition of The Extreme Team News has a special section, "The Guide to Abilene and the THSRA State Finals," where all the informatio...