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SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT:

2018 THSRA BREAKAWAY ROPING CHAMPION

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ABILENE ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE


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EXECUTIVE BOARD STATE PRESIDENT KEN BRAY

In This Issue

EXTREME TEAM NEWS Official Publication of the Texas High School Rodeo Association

PO Box 1634 • Granbury, TX 76048 817.219.0436 • kbray@equibrand.com

HOLLY DeLAUNE

1ST VICE PRESIDENT MIKE ISELT

Marketing Director

1656 E CR 327 • Lincoln, TX 78948 979.540.8863 • iseltpaint@aol.com

830.815.1800 • delaune.holly@gmail.com

2ND VICE PRESIDENT COLE SEALY

Graphics/Layout Director lauren@distinct-graphics.com 830.249.8020

LAUREN TUTTLE STUMBERG

PO Box 566 • San Saba, TX 76877 325.247.0545 • colesealy@yahoo.com

SECRETARY/TREASURER SUSAN BALDWIN

704 1/2 Southview Circle • Center, TX 75935 936.590.4447 texashighschoolrodeo@gmail.com

BRIAN ROBERTS

ABILENE ENTERTAI NMENT GUIDE STARTS ON PAGE 6

NATIONAL DIRECTOR COTTON GEORGE

PO Box 30 • Martinsville, TX 75958 936.564.8993 (home) cottongeorgetx@gmail.com

JUNIOR HIGH NATIONAL DIRECTOR JOHN BLAND

SPONSOR SPOTLIGHT:

Computer Programmer brian.roberts53@att.net 281.213.9143

ARIAT PERFORMANCE REPORTERS Region I

JADYN DUGGAN Region II

MADALYN RICHARDS Region III

921 A FM 656 • Northfield, TX 79201 940.537.1354 • jeblandnspade@yahoo.com

KYLEE SCRIBNER

MARKETING HOLLY DELAUNE

JESSEE YOUNG

Region IV Region V

73 Breeze Way, Boerne, TX 78006 830.815.1800 delaune.holly@gmail.com

HARLEY JO PERKINS Region VI

SAGE SPIVEY

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QUEEN COORDINATOR ANN BLACKWELL

Region VII

JACEY LEE BYLER Region VIII

936.590.1855 tablackwell@yahoo.com

MACKENZIE BRYCE

DELEGATES AT LARGE

ALY GHORMLEY

DAVID FREEMAN

BRITNE THOMAS

1039 Mickingbird Lane • Eagle Lake, TX 77434 832.221.1253 • chlfreeman@yahoo.com

MIKE GHORMLEY

Region IX Region X

CHET WEITZ REGION X

MACKENZIE BRYCE REGION VIII

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PO Box 1177 • Madisonville, TX 77864 281.785.0077 • mghormley@me.com

THSRA OFFICIAL SPONSORS

JASON KEY

17547 N Hwy 59 • Garrison, TX 75946 936.564.0668 • key.jason@ymail.com

RANCH FAMILY:

JOHN SCHUENEMAN

6717 FM 1452 W • Madisonville, TX 77864 979.268.4994 • john.schueneman@gmail.com

THE EDDLEMAN FAMILY REGION X

BRANDON SMITH

6800 E FM 476 • Pleasanton, TX 78064 830.570.7157 • bmsmith1996@sbcglobal.net

STUDENT OFFICERS

thsraofficers@hotmail.com STUDENT PRESIDENT Jack Wright STUDENT VICE PRESIDENT Lyndie Dunn STUDENT SECRETARY Brinlee Freeman QUEEN Aubrie Fields

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schedule of events FRIDAY, JUNE 7 12:00 PM - Queen Contestant - Parent Meeting - Round Building 1:00 PM - Queen written test 5:00 PM - Queen Judges Meeting - Round Building 6:00 PM - Queen Contest - Roll Call for Introductions, Impromptu & Speeches BBQ Dinner between Impromptu & Speeches SATURDAY, JUNE 8 8:00 AM - Queen Contest - Roll Call for Horsemanship - Outdoor Covered Arena Horsemanship Questions in Round Building immediately following patterns 8:00 AM - NRA Shooting Contest - Callahan County Shooting Range 1:00 PM - Queen Contest - Personal Interviews - Round Building 6:00 - 8:00 PM - Sponsors, Abilene Officials, & THSRA Directors Dinner - Joe Allen's Ranch SUNDAY, JUNE 9 HOOEY BACKPACKS & CAPS, KUBOTA TRACTORS & RESISTOL HATS SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM - CHECK-IN - Open - Coliseum 10:00 AM - Church Service by Terry Holland and Justin Till- Coliseum 1:00 PM - ALL CONTESTANTS MUST BE CHECKED IN - MANDATORY EQUIPMENT CHECK/INSPECTION for ALL Rough Stock Riders and MANDATORY Safety Seminar 1:30 PM - SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENT PRESENTATION - Ranch House 2:30 PM - CONTESTANT'S MEETING - Coliseum - ALL CONTESTANTS MUST ATTEND - Awarding of 2019 Scholarships - QUEEN CONTESTANTS PRESENTED Regional Queen Contestants Introduction - Category Awards and Announcement of the 2019-20 Queen

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- Directly after the meeting Region Team Pictures taken 5:00 PM - 1st go Reined Cow Horse Event - Horse Barn 6:30 PM - Hooey Backpack Olympics Competition - Coliseum 8:00 PM - Dodge Ball Tournament: Region vs. Region - Coliseum Presented by FCA Rodeo 9:00 PM - Classic Equine Jackpots - Outdoor Covered Arena - Barrels, Poles, Team Roping 10:00 PM - Contestant's Welcome Dance - Round Building MONDAY, JUNE 10 CH GRAPHICS AND HENSON MOTOR SPONSORS OF THE DAY 7:00 AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service - Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall 8:00 AM - START 1st GO-ROUND Calf Roping (1st half) - Coliseum Bareback - Saddle Bronc - Bull Riding - Coliseum 8:30 AM - START 1st GO-ROUND Barrel Racing (1st half) - New Barn Team Roping (1st half) - New Barn Goat Tying (1st half) - New Barn 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM - Directors Reception - Free BBQ Lunch - Big Country Hall Contestants, Parents, & Officials Lunch 1:00 PM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Breakaway Roping (1st half) - Coliseum Steer Wrestling (1st half) - Coliseum Pole Bending (1st half) - Coliseum 4:45 PM - 1st go Awards for Reined Cow Horse- Horse Barn 5:00 PM - 2nd go Reined Cow Horse Event - Horse Barn 7:00 PM - Henson Motor's Truck Push Contest - Coliseum 9:00 PM - Classic Equine Jackpots - Outdoor Covered Arena - Goats, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping


TUESDAY, JUNE 11 BOOT BARN, CLASSIC ROPES & HEEL O MATIC SPONSORS OF THE DAY 7:00 AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service - Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall 8:00 AM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Calf Roping (2nd half) - Coliseum Bareback - Saddle Bronc - Bull Riding - Coliseum 8:30 AM - CONTINUE 1st GO-ROUND Barrel Racing (2nd half) - New Barn Team Roping (2nd half) - New Barn Goat Tying (2nd half) - New Barn 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 4:45 PM - 2nd Go Round & Top 15 Awards for Reined Cow Horse - Horse Barn 5:00 PM - Short Go Reined Cow Horse Event - Horse Barn 6:30 PM - SUPERSIZED Classic Equine Jackpots - Outdoor Covered Arena - Barrels, Goats, BAW, Calf Roping and Team Roping 7:30 PM - Region Secretaries, Presidents and Sponsors Appreciation - MCM Elegante' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12 PURINA AND SONORA EQUINE INSURANCE SPONSORS OF THE DAY 8:00 AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service - Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall 8:30 AM - Reined Cowhorse State Champion & National Qualifiers awards- Coliseum 9:00 AM - 1st Rodeo Performance - Coliseum 1:30 - 3:30 PM - CAVENDER'S SPECIAL KIDS RODEO & PARTY - Coliseum Special Kids Contestants, Adult Volunteers, and ALL THSRA CONTESTANTS 2:00 PM - High Stakes Team Roping Jackpot - Outdoor Covered Arena 5:00 PM - All Cutters must be checked in 6:00 PM - 1st Go Awards Presentation - Coliseum 6:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions / Team Cinch members will be introduced 7:00 PM - 2nd Rodeo Performance - Cancer Awareness Pink Night 10:30 PM - Classic Equine Jackpots - Outdoor Arena - Goats, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping THURSDAY, JUNE 13 MCCOY'S AND PRIEFERT SPONSORS OF THE DAY 8:00 AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service - Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall 9:00 AM - 3rd Rodeo Performance - First Go Round Girls Cutting - Horse Barn

- First Go Round Boys Cutting - Horse Barn 2:00 PM - High Stakes Calf Roping -Outdoor 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 - $3 Hot Dog and a Coke After Rodeo - Classic Equine Jackpots - Outdoor Arena - Barrels, Poles, Team Roping 10:00 PM - Contestant's Dance - Round Building FRIDAY, JUNE 14 BLOOMER TRAILERS & WHATABURGER SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM - 5th Rodeo Performance - Second Go Round Boys Cutting - Horse Barn - Second Go Round Girls Cutting - Horse Barn 2:00 PM - High Stakes Breakaway Roping - Outdoor Arena 6:00 PM - 2nd Go Awards Presentation & Top 15 awards for cutting- Coliseum 6:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions 7:00 PM - 6th Rodeo Performance WhataRodeo Night - Introduction of Bloomer Team and drawing for Bloomer Trailer after Barrels 10:00 PM - Contestant's Dance - Round Building SATURDAY, JUNE 15 DR. TANDY FREEMAN, YETI & TEXAS FARM BUREAU INS. SPONSORS OF THE DAY 8:00 AM - Cutting Finals -Horse Barn 2:00 PM - 2nd Go Awards Presentation & Top 15 awards- Coliseum 2:45 PM - Grand Entry - all regions 3:00 PM - Final Performance - Top 15 Contestants in each event - Drawing for Henson Motors Truck - after Barrels After Rodeo - N H S R A FINALS CONTESTANT'S MEETING STATE CHAMPION AWARDS - ROUND BUILDING 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. Current as of 4.27.19. 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. Events are still being added and times above may change.

GO TO THSRA.ORG FOR LATEST SCHEDULE

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THSRA Finals Contestants and Parents

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he THSRA Finals is fast approaching! Congratulations to all of our Finals contestants! We wanted you to be aware of a few new changes with the Taylor County Expo facility. Construction and renovation for the new complex is still underway presenting more logistical challenges than experienced last year. When finished, the new Expo will be a state of the art equine complex that everyone will appreciate and enjoy. While we understand that the construction will be an inconvenience to contestants and families alike, we appreciate your patience and understanding as we all navigate through the building process. The construction project has extended beyond the areas that were under construction last year, but there are some positive changes! The Covered Outdoor Arena and the New Horse Barn are finished. All stalls will be in permanent structures under roof. More Entry/Exit Gates have been added. There are plenty of warm up areas under roof. Traffic patterns will be rerouted to avoid congestion and keep contestants and horses safe. There will be no vehicle access from the new horse barn and covered outdoor arena to the coliseum. This year, golf carts will be available to rent to help families avoid long walks to camping grounds, arenas, and stall areas. All golf carts must be reserved through Metro Golf Cars (817)921-5491 ext 101. Per Taylor County rules, no personal ATV’s, golf carts, bikes, motorcycles, or skateboards are allowed! The construction will cause us to alter how we have used the facility in the past.: • The Covered Outdoor Arena is being planned to host the horsemanship portion of the queen contest. After that it will be used as a warm up and jackpot arena only. • We will build an arena inside the New Horse Barn. This arena will be large enough for a standard barrel pattern. A large barrel race was recently held in the new horse barn, and the contestants gave the ground positive reviews. This new arena will be locked up until after the slack is over to ensure the ground is well maintained and ready for competition. It will be used for the barrel racing, team roping, and goat tying slack. After the slack, it will be opened to be used freely for warm up for all contestants. • The cutting and cow horse events will be in the Blue horse Barn again this year. This is the only place the event can be held due to the access to load and unload semi cattle trailers. The arena

will be locked and the ground maintained to give contestants the best opportunity to compete. Cutters and cow horse contestants can warm up in outdoor area by the Blue Horse Barn, the Covered Outdoor Arena, covered warm up at the end of the cattle barns connected to the Blue Horse Barn. Next year, these events will move to the new facility after the construction has been completed. • All rodeo performances and the slack for calf roping, breakaway roping, steer wrestling, pole bending, and rough stock will be in the Coliseum same as years past. • There will be sanded access point from the new horse barn to the coliseum. We ask all contestants to use this access rather than riding through the stall areas. • The entry/exit gate near the Blue Horse Barn will remain closed throughout the event as no vehicle access is allowed in this area. • There will be 4 new entry/exit gates open to accommodate vehicle traffic. Even still roadways can become congested. We are counting on your patience and courtesy to eliminate road blocks. Thank you in advance for your cooperation. • Please plan to take more time to travel between facilities. Don’t forget to check out the trade show! It will be in the same building as last year. The goat roping has been moved to the covered Entertainment Pavilion by the round building. Attention all contestants! Several contestants were disqualified last year for their unauthorized entry and abuse to the livestock which is a violation of NHSRA rules! Don’t make us send you home! You worked too hard to get here. The Taylor County renovation and construction project is scheduled to be ongoing thru 2020. The safety of all contestants is our foremost priority. The construction zones will be fenced off and we ask everyone to stay out of those areas! Please do not tie horses to the chain link fence barriers! Thanks in advance for your patience, cooperation, and understanding. We look forward to a great week of rodeo at the THSRA State Finals! Good luck and safe travels to all. See you in Abilene!

Ken Bray


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OLYMPICS

SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH O 6:30 PM O COLISEUM

COME & BE ENTERTAINED 2019-2020 Ariat Reporters THE 2019-2020 ARIAT REPORTERS ARE BELOW. WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL OF THE APPLICANTS THAT SUBMITTED ARTICLES TO BE JUDGED. THANK YOU FOR YOUR HARD WORK AND WE ENCOURAGE ALL OF YOU TO TRY AGAIN NEXT YEAR.

REGION I: EMERY MASK REGION II: MADALYN RICHARDS REGION III: MADELYN FIELDS REGION IV: LILLY EAKES REGION V: HARLEY JO PERKINS REGION VI: HADLEY HARRIS REGION VII: JAYCI LEE BYLER REGION VIII: RYLEE HOWTON REGION IX: KATELYN KLEWINSKY REGION X: CHAINEY WEITZ

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EVENTS

1. CALF TYING CONTEST* 2. BOOT RACE 3. TUG O’ WAR 4. COWBOY “QUEEN” CONTEST

Come & Support Your Region Olympians While They Compete in Our Wild West Events!


TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL RODEO ASSOCIATIOn 2019 STATE FINALS RODEO

tenative ORDER OF EVENTS June 9 - 15, 2019

ORDER OF EVENTS - 1st GO Monday & Tuesday Morning Outside Arena - 8:30am Coliseum 8:00am Barrel Racing Calf Roping Team Roping Bareback Goat Tying 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 Bull Riding EVENING PERFORMANCES - 7:00 P.M. Bareback Steer Wrestling Barrel Racing Breakaway Roping Calf Roping Saddle Bronc Goat Tying Team Roping Pole Bending Bull Riding

J & J Rodeo Company’s Jackpot & Practice Arena Texas High School Finals | Abilene, TX

NIGHTLY JACKPOTS Sunday 9:00 (Outdoor Arena) Barrels, Poles, Team Roping Monday 9:00 (Outdoor Arena) Goats, Steer Wrestling, Breakaway, Calf Roping Tuesday 6:30 (Outdoor Arena) Barrels, Goats, BAW, Calf Roping, Team Roping Wednesday 10:30 (Outdoor Arena) Goats, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping Thursday After Rodeo (Outdoor Arena) Barrels, Poles, Team Roping ENTRY FEES: $40.00 1/head Goats, Barrels, Poles, Steer Wrestling, BAW, Calf Roping (may only enter once) 60% PAYBACK $80.00/team Team Roping - (unlimited entries) 70% PAYBACK Books open one hour before jackpot (1st to enter last to rope) Books close at the start of each event HIGH STAKES JACKPOT Wednesday 2:00 Team Roping $500/team enter two times elimination style roping Wednesday night Steer Wrestling $200 2 head Thursday 2:00 Calf Roping $250 2 head/ short go Friday 2:00 Breakaway $250 2 head/ short go 70% PAYBACK All high stakes jackpot will be in the outdoor arena. MORNING PRACTICES MONDAY-THURSDAY 7:00 am Break-Away Roping (must have BAW Honda) 7:30 am Tie-Down Roping 8:00 am Steer Wrestling 8:30 am Team Roping $10.00 per run Practices will be in the Outdoor Arena For More Information Contact Heather Murray 903-461-4335 CASH ONLY PLEASE

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SHUTTLE SERVICE

2019 THSRA State Finals Grand Entry We will have morning & evening grand entries on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday and also for the short go matinee on Saturday. Each region has been assigned 2 performances but I made them on the same day so it would be easier to remember. I also divided up the Monday and Tuesday morning grand entries because the student officers tend to have other commitments those mornings and need help. Please have at least 5 members from your region to help carry flags. More than 5 would be nice. I assigned 4 regions for Friday since contestants have started going home by then. If there are not enough contestants for all of the flags, then they will be asked to carry a second flag. If you have a member that likes to carry sponsor flags, they are welcome to help at any performance. Some understand it is a good way to get their horse in the arena before competition. Contestants will be asked to hold the flag pole upright and make one lap around the edge of the arena at a slow lope so that the sponsor flag is displayed behind them while the announcer reads the script for their flag.

HOURS OF OPERATION: Sunday: 9:00 - 6:00 Monday & Tuesday: 7:30 - 4:30 Wednesday - Friday: 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday: 9:00 - 3:00 CATCH THE SHUTTLE: Front of the Coliseum Outdoor Arena Shopping Mall Front Gate

COWBOY SHOPPING MALL The Cowboy Shopping Mall will be open daily from 10:00am – 7:00pm in the Display Building. A shuttle service from the coliseum will be provided daily.

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REGION ASSIGNMENTS FOR MONDAY & TUESDAY MORNING: Monday – Regions 6 through 10 Tuesday – Regions 1 through 5 REGION ASSIGNMENTS FOR MORNING & EVENING PERFORMANCES: Wednesday – Regions 1, 2 & 3 – Team Cinch members will be introduced that evening Thursday – Regions 4, 5 & 6 Friday – Regions 7, 8, 9 & 10 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 – or as quickly as you can following the 2nd Go and Top 15 awards.


Presented by FCA Rodeo

Dodgeball

Sunday - June 9th 8:00PM in the Coliseum REGION vs. REGION

2018–2019 Region All Arounds REGION I All Around Boy: KATER TATE All Around Girl: GRACIE TUCKER

REGION VI All Around Boy: CLINT OHRT All Around Girl: ISABELLE PICKLO

REGION II All Around Boy: BRENDAN BENNETT All Around Girl: JORDAN DRIVER

REGION VII All Around Boy: SHAYNE KROLCZYK All Around Girl: JAYCI BYLER

REGION III All Around Boy: TREVOR HALE All Around Girl: ACEY PINKSTON

REGION VIII All Around Boy: CASH FRETWELL All Around Girl: TESS UNDERBRINK

REGION IV All Around Boy: MAX MATHIS All Around Girl: MAKENZIE MAYES

REGION IX All Around Boy: BRADLEE MILLER All Around Girl: ALY GHORMLEY

REGION V All Around Boy: THOMAS WALLACE All Around Girl: HALEY HORN

REGION X All Around Boy: CAYDEN HARMON All Around Girl: JORDI EDENS

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2019 TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FINALS RODEO JUNE 9TH – JUNE 15TH

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SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH 10AM - FCA Chapel Service Terry Holland - Coliseum

MONDAY, JUNE 10TH 7AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12TH 8AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall

8PM - Dodge Ball Tournament: Region vs. Region - Coliseum; Presented by FCA Rodeo

TUESDAY, JUNE 11TH 7AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall

THURSDAY, JUNE 13CFTH 8AM - FCA Rodeo Chapel Service Free Breakfast - Big Country Hall


2019 STATE FINALS RODEO OFFICIALS: Rodeo Coordinators:

Cotton George & Ken Bray

Special Kids Rodeo:

Kelley Williams & Region III

Programs/Trade Show:

Holly Delaune, Jack Wright, Lyndie Dunn, Brinlee Freeman & Aubrie Fields

THSRA Scholarship:

David Freeman, Leigh Ann Iselt, Cotton George & Holly Delaune

Computer Secretaries:

Kim Ackel & Jody McElroy

Rodeo Stock Contractor: Cutting Contractor: Reined Cow Horse Contractor: Jackpot Arena Contractor:

J & J Rodeo Company Brandon Smith Brandon Smith J & J Rodeo Company

Bullfighters: Photographer:

Hunter Allen, Daniel Dyson & Ross Johnson Jennings Photography

Videographer:

D & C Productions

Grand Entry:

Ken Bray, Holly Delaune, Jack Wright, Lyndie Dunn, Brinlee Freeman & Aubrie Fields

FCA Rodeo

Arena Directors: Rodeo: Rough Stock: Barrier Events: Timed Events: Cutting & Reined Cow Horse: Queen: Judges: Timed Events: Rough Stock: Cutting: Reined Cow Horse: Queen:

Nicole Allen & Sissy Freeman Suzanne George & Angie Key

Susan Baldwin & Richard Baldwin

Sponsor Appreciation:

Cowboy Church Service:

Timers:

Richard Baldwin Jason Key Mike Iselt Mike Ghormley Cotton George Ann Blackwell

Gip Allen & Tommy Zant Teddy Alleman & Glenn Sullivan Mark Hardin & Grant Ogilvie David Avery & Aaron Brookshire Judy Gill, Jim Donnan, Chelsea Haeggquist, Boo Klein, Treva Rice & DeAnne Royer

Announcers:

Chris Rankin & Dakoda Leopold

Secretaries: Rodeo: Cutting: Reined Cow Horse:

Danna Gann Suzanne George Kelley Williams

2019 THSRA STATE FINALS ADULT EVENT DIRECTORS Bareback Barrels Breakaway Roping Bull Riding Cutting Goat Tying Pole Bending Saddle Bronc Steer Wrestling Team Roping Tiedown Roping Arena Tractor

Larry Dowell, Cole Sealy & Matt Silar Kim Nicholson, Mike Solomon & Jason Underbrink Thomas Brockway, Brent Chadwick & Mark Kelley Brad Crone, Joe Glenn Kahla & Jeff Lummus Cotton George & Executive Board Members Casey Baize, Brent Charlesworth & Jody McElroy Don Jackson & Jonathan Lawson Kevin Huddleston, Trey Johnson & Robb Wells Rory Koehn, Craig Miller & Scott Shook Duane Overton, Kevin Stewart & Joe Tomeau Gary Mobbs & Misty Smith Mike Berberich

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POSITION DRAW WILL BE DONE SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH AFTER ALL CONTESTANTS HAVE CHECKED IN ** = Draw Out 1 2 3 4 5

BAREBACK RIDING Monday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 93 Campbell, Jacoby Hearne 9 125 Miller, Bradlee Huntsville 9 412 Latham, Blake Nacogdoches 5 503 Barrett, Jade Ranger 3 394 French, Gavin Grapeland 5

Monday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 6 48 Greathouse, Hunter Santa Fe 7 7 607 Handley, Travis Andrews 2 8 127 Niles, Rhody Huntsville 9 Tuesday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 9 502 Barrett, Bailey Ranger 3 10 384 Dement, Kolt Rusk 5 Tuesday Morning after 1st Section of Bull Riding (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 11 521 Franks, Cole Clarendon 3 12 373 Bailey, Cole Marshall 5 13 168 Lackey, Payton Blanco 10 14 525 Gunn, Kelly Weatherford 3 15 411 Kornegay, Kaden Elkhart 5 BARREL RACING Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 457 Didway, Remi Pampa 1 2 115 Korenek, Zoey College Station 9 3 31 Byler, Jayci Lee Bellville 7 4 159 Harmon, Danielle Abilene 10 5 481 McCorkell, Tierra Adrian 1 6 596 Driver, Jordan Garden City 2 7 276 Curry, Shelby Boerne 8 8 403 Johnson, Reagan Lake Creek 5 9 383 Davis, Reagan Alto 5 10 512 Cuccurullo, Taylor Pilot Point 3 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 11 499 Winings, Emmi Dalhart 1 12 347 Martin, Lauren Mt. Pleasant 4 13 157 Hammond, Hannah Abilene 10 14 291 Howton, Rylee Three Rivers 8 15 581 Wolfe, Abigail Benbrook 3 16 79 Wendt, Payten Waller 7 17 2 Dunn, Lyndie Midway 5 18 160 Harris, Jesse Itasca 10 19 585 Baize, Taylor San Angelo 2 20 47 Goudeau, Reagan Hungerford 7 21 460 Frazier, Kelli Gruver 1 22 477 Mask, Emery Amarillo 1 23 342 Johnson, Rainey Stephenville 4 24 213 Burleson, Baylee Waller 6 25 513 Cude, Bryanne Goree 3 26 426 Perkins, Harley Jo Kountze 5 27 211 Becker, Emily New Braunfels 6 28 390 Foley, Lexie Lufkin 5 29 463 Gonzales, Trinity Canyon 1

30 147 Daniels, Karsyn McKinney 10 Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance Smith, Emma Pleasanton 8 Picklo, Isabelle Magnolia 6 Peterson, Brooke Carrizo Springs 8 Mask, Kylie Lytle 8 Parker, Dally Pilot Point 3 Jackson, Grace Huntsville 9 Harter, Karlie Amarillo 1 Dunn, Sophie Odessa 2 Nored, Andee Shae Bowie 3 Bean, Madison Clint 2

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Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 188 Ross, Londyn Bertram 10 82 Balch, Brooklyn Buckholts 9 3 Freeman, Brinlee Eagle Lake 6 397 Grant, Aspen Buna 5 194 Snedecor, Kallyn Fredericksburg 10 242 Miller, Megan Boerne 6 359 Rozell, Tera Beth Pittsburg 4 468 Jameson, Jayda Roaring Springs 1 67 Reina, Rylee Wharton 7 619 Lozano, Brooklyn Lubbock 2

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Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 612 Jones, Rayme Lamesa 2 210 Bass, Charlsey Rae Wimberley 6 121 McBee, Chase Madisonville 9 152 Edens, Jordi Gatesville 10 34 Carter, Niki Cat Spring 7 205 Welch, Riley Comford 10 295 Mangum Camry Jourdanton 8 187 Ross, Faith Lipan 10 355 Potter, Harley Waxahachie 4 116 Lawson, Taylor New Waverly 9

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Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 567 Small, Addey Welch, OK 3 42 England, Madeline College Station 7 624 Moore, Logan Eldorado 2 447 Young, Shelby Buna 5 604 Good, Bradi Abilene 2

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Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 376 Butenschoen, Kayla DeBerry 5 349 Mayes, Makenzie Scroggins 4 233 Jurica, Aly Smithville 6 278 Ellis, Eryn Orange Grove 8 568 Small, Rose Welch, OK 3 11 Running, Devan Dumas 1 112 Jensen, Savannah Huntsville 9 292 Jones, Kenley Boerne 8 582 Woodruff, Autumn Granbury 3 35 Cater, Cody Belle Angleton 7

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Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 92 Buckner, Kysan Brenham 9 133 Smith, Paige Bedias 9 614 Kennedy, Brecklyn Levelland 2 343 Jones, Natalie Alba 4 300 Nicholson, Kennidy Goliad 8 311 Underbrink, Tess Pleasanton 8 235 Killingsworth, Kaycee Hutto 6 335 Foust, Eryn Fort Worth 4 505 Biemer, Avery Farmersville 3 141 Wright, Ashlyn Dayton 9 439 Thomas, Jaden DeRidder, LA 5 336 Gambino, Gracie Lindale 4 195 Steiner, Steely Blanco 10 63 Pierce, Paisley Sweeny 7 68 Ribbeck, Kristina Richmond 7

Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 91 104 Halley, Codi Jo Iola 9 92 239 McLiney, Mary San Antonio 6 93 590 Charlesworth, Colee Marathon 2 94 55 Miller, Aspen Santa Fe 7 95 556 Pinkston, Acey Stephenville 3 96 253 Rutherford, Carson Montgomery 6 97 345 Lukehart, Jenna Whitewright 4 98 320 Braden, Brylee Horatio, AR 4 99 497 Wells, Robbyn Hereford 1 100 396 Gould, Jayden Lufkin 5 BOYS CUTTING Thursday (June 13, 2019) and Friday (June 14, 2019) 1 450 Baca, Jake Vega 1 2 588 Bennett, Brendan Notrees 2 3 214 Bushaw, Charles Weatherford 6 4 216 Crouch, Chaser Corsicana 6 5 516 Dukes, Clay Weatherford 3 6 387 Duren, Dylan Huntington 5 7 280 Fretwell, Cash Pleasanton 8 8 283 Garza, Grant Kingsville 8 9 527 Hale, Trevor Perryton 3 10 534 Huffman, Zane Poolville 3 11 467 James, Benjamin Dalhart 1 12 541 Koonsman, Will Throckmorton 3 13 416 Maroney, Kade Mansfield, LA 5 14 546 Mayo, Cody Stephenville 3 15 350 McGee, Justin Double Oak 4 16 241 Miller, Colton Seguin 6 17 422 Nichols, Sawyer Lufkin 5 18 626 Peebles, Rance Alpine 2 19 66 Ray, Carson Groveton 7 20 560 Rust, Mason Gordon 3 21 73 Stansbury, Michael Pearland 7 22 76 Tipton, Reagan Kingwood 7 23 496 Voss, Bonner Stamford 1 24 314 Wisian, Trent Boerne 8 BREAKAWAY ROPING Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 333 Eakes, Lilly Cleburne 4 2 126 Miller, Lexie Edmond, OK 9

The most current draw will be posted in the information booth located in the coliseum. It is the contestant’s job to check the draw before they compete.

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3 604 Good, Bradi Abilene 2 4 146 Berry, Maci Poolville 10 5 465 Harter, Katie Amarillo 1 6 633 Rice, Maddy Lovington, NM 2 7 453 Butler, Layton Eldorado, OK 1 8 362 Schreck, Ellie Murphy 4 9 69 Rice, Robbin Sealy 7 10 53 Meyer, Ellie Washington 7 11 173 McDeavitt, Emily Poolville 10 12 472 Johnson, Kenli Jo Happy 1 13 300 Nicholson, Kennidy Goliad 8 14 71 Shook, Makenna Needville 7

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Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 152 Edens, Jordi Gatesville 10 491 Russell, Natalie Shamrock 1 486 Norris, Carsen Canadian 1 557 Podzemny, Darcy Bridgeport 3 57 Moon, Elisabeth Missouri City 7 504 Bednorz, Emily Skidmore 3 526 Haardt, Samantha DeLeon 3 285 Gubert, Bailey Hungerford 8 51 Lamb, Kera Sealy 7 531 Hiatt, Kross Canyon 3 312 Vela, Victoria Zapata 8 319 Blackard, Caroline Mt. Pleasant 4 487 Norris, Cooper Canadian 1 278 Ellis, Eryn Orange Grove 8 91 Bruening, Lacy Huntsville 9 98 Davis, Madi Montgomery 9 457 Didway, Remi Pampa 1 610 Hooper, Peyton Carlsbad, NM 2 192 Skelton, Rainey Llano 10 281 Fretwell, Kadi Pleasanton 8

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Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 445 White, Jill Singer, LA 5 431 Reaves, Kristin Bullard 5 67 Reina, Rylee Wharton 7 430 Ramsey, Emily Marshall 5 55 Miller, Aspen Santa Fe 7 139 Webb, Katy Buffalo 9 435 Stone, Nacona Joaquin 5 361 Schreck, Anna Marie Murphy 4 180 Morris, Ainslee Belton 10 571 Stewart, Cora Weatherford 3 124 McMahon, Josie Richards 9 210 Bass, Charlsey Rae Wimberley 6 359 Rozell, Tera Beth Pittsburg 4 260 Tiner, Erica Rosanky 6

Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 49 396 Gould, Jayden Lufkin 5 50 264 Wood, Skyler Navasota 6 51 119 Mason, Haley Anderson 9 52 490 Russell, Ashlie Shamrock 1 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 53 330 Davis, Ashley Van Alstyne 4 54 484 Mitchell, Kaylee Clayton, NM 1 55 161 Headstream, Jesse Stephenville 10

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197 Thomas, Brittne Venus 10 246 Ochsner, Kaitlynn Hempstead 6 70 Rouane, Meirabella Needville 7 575 Ward, Catlyn Miles 3 597 Dubose, Khaki Abernathy 2 315 Wright, Lynley Robstown 8 481 McCorkell, Tierra Adrian 1 135 Stokes, Stormy Crockett 9 463 Gonzales, Trinity Canyon 1 519 Evans, Cassidy Ramah, NM 3 255 Smith, Rylie Whitsett 6

Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 67 614 Kennedy, Brecklyn Levelland 2 68 103 Ghormley, Aly Madisonville 9 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 69 271 Blair, Serah Kate Pleasanton 8 70 298 McNeill, Kate Pleasanton 8 71 383 Davis, Reagan Alto 5 72 273 Cantu, Cameran Freer 8 73 251 Rawlinson, Kirby Waller 6 74 598 Dunn, Sophie Odessa 2 75 371 Young, Jessee Sumner 4 76 327 Cheaney, Brailey Van 4 77 596 Driver, Jordan Garden City 2 78 326 Chaffin, Harley Jo Ivanhoe 4 79 381 Conner, Josie Iowa, LA 5 80 615 Kent, Emma Smyer 2 81 544 Massey, Savannah Alvarado 3 82 311 Underbrink, Tess Pleasanton 8 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 83 328 Cooper, Peyton Ivanhoe 4 84 634 Richards, Madalyn Hereford 2 85 529 Harris, Clay Alvord 3 86 10 Fields, Aubrie Sudan 2 87 59 Outhier, Madison Utopia 7 88 401 Hurst, Alyssa Nacogdoches 5 89 65 Rawlinson, Carli El Campo 7 90 189 Sealy, Saige Goldthwaite 10 91 549 Munster, Sydney Lipan 3 92 218 Deckert, Kacey Inez 6 93 46 Giese, Blair Needville 7 94 551 Nored, Andee Shae Bowie 3 95 143 Zboril, Macey Caldwell 9 96 237 Marek, Mayce Taylor 6 97 400 Horn, Haley Wells 5 98 148 Dowell, Makenzie Marlin 10 99 116 Lawson, Taylor New Waverly 9 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 100 248 Pence, Presley Seguin 6 101 258 Thibodeaux, Sadie Gonzales 6 102 198 Townsend, Sloan Fredonia 10 103 392 Ford, Aubrie Hope, AR 5 BULL RIDING Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 558 Rhodes, Brandon Sanger 3

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Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 7 33 Carpenter, Toby Brookshire 7 8 106 Helmcamp, Hagen Buffalo 9 9 164 Jones, Tanner Dublin 10 10 462 Gleaves, Dawson Amarillo 1 11 631 Reed, Lane Clint 2

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Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 548 Miller, Hadley Boyd 3 365 Vaughn, Dakota Alba 4 436 Taylor, Bryce Evadale 5 252 Romero, Anthony Floresville 6 32 Camacho, Jose Luis Jr. Brazoria 7 128 Norris, Cavalry Caldwell 9

Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 18 201 Villanueva, Chris Mesquite 10 19 620 Martinez, Marty Presidio 2 20 535 Hughes, Riggen Kempner 3 21 434 Stephenson, Billy John Jasper 5 22 244 Mozisek, Jayce George West 6

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Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 38 Davis, Michael “Tripp” Richards 7 52 Lively, Andrew Inez 7 54 Miles, TaDarius Brookshire 7 125 Miller, Bradlee Huntsville 9 101 Fisher, Charlie Bryan 9 591 Coulston, Landon Monahans 2

Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 29 533 High, Carter Weatherford 3 30 408 Kaylor Cutter Jasper 5 31 96 Conner, Cauy Dayton 9 32 81 Yudell, Dalton Katy 7 33 87 Binig, Thomas Cypress 9 CALF ROPING Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 294 Little, Chance Pleasanton 8 2 204 Weitz, Chet London 10 3 548 Miller, Hadley Boyd 3 4 608 Hooper, Cash Carlsbad, NM 2 5 527 Hale, Trevor Perryton 3 6 605 Greene, Colton Rocksprings 2 7 588 Bennett, Brendan Notrees 2 8 305 Thigpen, Dillon Pearsall 8 9 109 Horace, Ja’Marcus Conroe 9 10 265 Wood, Slade New Ulm 6 11 506 Bray, Wyatt Granbury 3 12 324 Carpenter, Cutter Athens 4 13 344 Kelley, Zane Combine 4 14 584 Allen, Chisum Menard 2

The most current draw will be posted in the information booth located in the coliseum. It is the contestant’s job to check the draw before they compete.

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KEVIN HUDDLESTON PO Box 750 • Memphis, Texas 79245 806.259.3139 • huddcottonkevin@gmail.com

STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - KARLIE HARTER VICE PRESIDENT- CARSEN NORRIS SECRETARY/HISTORIAN - HADLEY ALBRACHT STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

ROB WELLS 521 Willow Lane • Hereford, Texas 79045 806.346.5109 • robb_wells45@yahoo.com SECRETARY - BRANDY WRIGHT 11555 US HWY 83 • Canadian, Texas 79014 806.255.0034 • tristaterodeo@yahoo.com

Region I

TREY JOHNSON Box 501 • Hapy, Texas 79042 806-433-7382 • tjohnsoncattle@gmail.com ROB WELLS 521 Willow Lane • Hereford, Texas 79045 806.346.5109 • robb_wells45@yahoo.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

ANOTHER YEAR IN THE BOOKS C

By Jadyn Duggan

– Performance Reporter

ongratulations to all of our State Finals qualifiers, our high school graduates, our scholarship winners, and to everyone for surviving yet another school year! As summer begins school actives come to a holt and slam packed schedules begin to check themselves off. For most, their summer will begin with the Texas High School Rodeo Finals; for some it will be their last time competing in Abilene, Texas as a THSRA member, some still have a few more go rounds, and for the rest it will be their first time ever competing at the Taylor County EXPO Center as a

THSRA member. Region One is beyond excited to be sending the following to represent us on such a large, competitive stage. Congratulations to Ashlie Russell, Benjamin James, Bonner Voss, Brandalyn Ellis, Brody McCreary, Carsen Norris, Carson Christian, Cash Johnson, Coby Mason, Cooper Norris, Dalli Simmons, Dawson Gleaves, Devan Running, Emery Mask, Emmi Winnings, Garrett Miller, Gracie Tucker, Gus Gillard, Hadley Albracht, Harris DAWSON GLEAVES Albracht, Jake Baca, Jayda Jameson, Josh Mardis, Kagan Pillars, Kallen Johnson, Karlie Harter, Kason Vigil, Kater Tate, Katie Harter, Kaylee Mitchell, Kelli Frazier, Kenli Johnson, Kooper Huddleston, Kyler McClendon, Layton Butler, Lexi Baca, Logan Martin, Mattie Hodges, Natalie Russell, Rachel Mardis, Remi Didway, Robbyn Wells, Rowdy Norwood, Rylee Johnson, Slade Baumann, Spencer Clemenets, Stetson Jameson, Tierra McCorkell, Trinity Gonzales, Tyler Espenson, Wyatt Culver-Wells, Wyatt Mask, and Zach Nicholson. As we begin to pack trailers and hit the road, Region One wants to remind everyone of our safety tips. While there are many things to take into consideration when it comes to trailer safety these are just a few to always remember as we begin to travel this summer. Staying alert of others on the road, off our phones and keeping all doors, gates and windows shut along with the many other, more common safety rules will ensure we all have safe travels these busy months to come. Again we congratulate everyone on another successful year and wish our EMMI WINNINGS seniors the best of luck as they begin college.


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PERFORMANCE REPORT

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By MADALYN RICHARDS – Performance Reporter

he pre-rodeo agenda for the majority of rodeos is typically the same every time. The contestants ride in a grand entry as sponsor flags are carried, the national anthem is played, and the announcer says a quick prayer. The contestants and parents then go on to get ready for a day of rodeo. But in Region 2, what goes on before the rodeo is a little different. At 8:45, before the start of the rodeo at 9:00, Region 2 contestants gather behind the arena for a “Power Up”. During Power Up, either a parent or contestant gives a 10-minute inspirational message. The contestants are usually sitting on their horses, listening intently to whoever is speaking. The goal of Power Up is to motivate and uplift the contestants before the rodeo begins. Occasionally, Kenny Stewart, our Region 2 president, will share during Power Up. While other times, parents, Chuck Senter or Joe Waters will speak to the contestants. And from time to time, the contestants will give the Power Ups. For example, before the second performance of our Region Finals

began, senior, Rayme Jones shared a Power Up with our region. Throughout her Power Up, Rayme spoke about adversity. Because it was the region finals, the listeners were bound to face adversity throughout the weekend. Whether it was a bad calf that cost someone a trip to state, a down barrel that cost someone the region title, or even an extremely sick horse, the challenges and setbacks at the finals were inevitable. In Rayme’s Power Up she highlighted a few bible verses that are aimed toward helping people through these hardships. In Psalms 34:19, the bible says that the Lord will deliver us from all our troubles. Psalms 27:5, says: For in the time of trouble, He will keep me safe in His dwelling; He will hide me in the shelter of His tabernacle and set me high upon a rock. Rayme also said, “God does not promise us an easy road, but he does promise to never abandon us. We must always remember that God has a greater plan. And, no matter how bad our situation is, there is always someone else going through something worse.” Her Power Up was very fitting for the situations that the contestants and parents encountered throughout the weekend. Rayme’s Power up is not the only one that has been encouraging throughout the course of the year. There have been countless other Power Ups that have helped the people in Region 2 as well. As we head into state, Region 2 would like to share our Power Up message with all of the other regions. Sharing inspirational knowledge about how God can help us, how we can encourage each other, and how to handle ourselves through a long, challenging week of ups and downs can help everyone to achieve success. The members of Region 2 truly appreciate the organization and planning that is put into our Power Ups. Jody and our officers work very hard to make sure that the members of Region 2 have every opportunity to become their best in and out of the arena.


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Region III

817.706.8236• kelley.williams@thsra3.com STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

JOE TOMEU 360 CR 2788 • Sunset, Texas 76270 941.809.7333 • joe@tomeu.com SECRETARY - KELLEY WILLIAMS

PO Box 122448 • Fort Worth, Texas 76121

KEVIN STEWART PO Box 1308 • Glen Rose, Texas 76043 817.307.7300 • thekevinstewart@live.com PRESIDENT - KEN BRAY PO Box 1634 • Granbury, Texas 76048 817.219.0436 • kbray@equibrand.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

Cherish Everything

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By KYLEE SCRIBNER

– Performance Reporter

s my time as Region III’s reporter is coming to a close, I would like to say thank you for this marvelous opportunity. The memories and the laughs that Region III has had this year will be cherished forever. Throughout the course of this year’s season I have had the opportunity to meet many new people, try many new things, and make memories that will last a lifetime. Most importantly there was a lesson that I learned during this journey of my senior year that I would love to share with you. That lesson is to take absolutely nothing for granted. Each of us are abundantly blessed with many things in our lives, and sometimes we forget to stop and be thankful for it all. In a blink of an eye everything can change in our lives, and in that instance we realize exactly what we have to be thankful for. The little things that we expect to never change are the things that we take for granted most in our lives. For instance, our friends and family that are by our sides every step of the way, the talented athletes that we compete on, and the miracle working God that we serve. Each of theses things we encounter every day, and many times we just take

them for granted without a second thought. Personally I have seen things change for me in the blink of an eye, and in the end the only thing I regret was not cherishing the time I had when I had these things. Therefore, in the end the only thing I want to leave my readers with is: cherish everything you have every chance you get, because you never know when it will be taken from you. Life will hand you ups and downs along the way. You may not have the perfect run, you may not catch your calf, you may not make the finals, but in the end you will always have something in your life to be thankful for. Region III has provided me with so many blessings, friendships, and opportunities, and I will forever be grateful for everything it has given me. As I continue on my journey out of highschool I wish you all good luck in your futures, and ask that you cherish every second of every day. So with this I leave you all with a thank you, a good luck with your future, give it all you can, and be grateful for everything you encountered on your journey. In the end you will be able to say “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith”.

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Farm & Ranch Family The folks at McCoy’s Building Supply understand that it takes a lot of hard work and the whole family pitching in to get things done on a farm or ranch. That’s why we’d like to take some time out to salute Texas High School Rodeo Association families who are farmers and ranchers. In our monthly Farm & Ranch Family Spotlight, we’ll feature one family, sharing their story of how they work together as a family to make their farm or ranch successful.The spotlight will run for 10 months; each month will feature a different Region. Each Regional McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family will receive a $100 McCoy’s Gift Card. The McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Year will receive a $500 McCoy’s Gift Card and will be announced at the 2019 THSRA State Finals.

The Eddleman Family of Region X

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by Catelyn Felts

ongratulations to the McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Month, the Eddleman’s! Dan, Sandra, and Madelyn own and operate the Oar Lock Ranch located in Worden, Montana and DeLeon, Texas, along with their dude ranch, Monster Lake Ranch located in Cody, Wyoming. While running one ranch is enough to keep a family busy, the Eddleman’s manage to successfully juggle three ranch locations spread out across the states at a time. They all three work toward keeping traditional ranching alive with their cow/calf operation, horse breeding program and creat-

ing a western experience for all who enter the gates of their dude ranch. The Oar Lock Ranch in Montana has been in the family for nearly four generations, and expanded into DeLeon, Texas in 2013. Now, the family splits their time between the the north and the south. Their cattle and breeding programs are kept on the ranges of Montana, while their horse training program runs smoothly in the land of covered arenas. The Eddleman horse breeding program started with Dan’s grandfather, JW Eddleman. Dan and his grandfather worked to breed and train the horses resulting with success in the PRCA realms during the 80s receiving AQHA Horse of the Year in the tie-down roping with one of Mr. JW’s horses. From there, Dan has trained several horses that have carried multiple world champions to the pay window including Tom Ferguson, Roy Cooper, D.R. Daniels, Chris Lybbert, Dee Pickett, and Mike Beers. Sandra is no stranger to the horse training world as she has trained a few horses that helped her see success in the futurity and pro rodeo circuits as well. The horsemanship genes were passed down to Madelyn as she handles majority of the training nowadays. She rides an average of 10 colts per day with the help of her friend, Aubrie Copenhaver.

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“I focus on simplicity more than anything,” Madelyn said. “There are a lot of new training methods, but I believe the best way to get a horse broke and get their mind underneath them is miles and wet saddle pads.” She also added it can be a little bit more difficult to get high mileage on a horse in Texas compared to Montana. Especially considering the ride from her barn to the arena alone in Montana is two and a half miles one way. Madelyn said she likes to build a foundation by starting each of the horses on the barrel pattern, roping on each of them, and just spending time riding. While Dan heads up the cattle operation, Sandra heads up the horse breeding program, and Madelyn does all of the training, each of them share duties and responsibilities as needed. “We do whatever we need to do to keep our heads above water,” Madelyn said. It wouldn’t be possible to put in the hours it takes to train horses and ranch if there wasn’t a deep passion for the industry. The family said the main motivator for them, in addition to ranching being in their blood, is the desire to keep the ranching tradition alive. “We’re kind of a dying breed,” the family said. “Ranching isn’t what it used to be, and if we don’t keep doing it, who else is gonna do it?” Majority of their time is spent horseback or traveling back and forth between Montana, Wyoming and Texas. In the downtime, Madelyn said she really enjoys singing. She is currently gearing up to college rodeo for Weatherford College, and while a degree is a nice asset to have, she is working for a career in rodeo and music. Sandra and Dan, on the other hand, are working toward figuring out how to divvy up their time among the ranches since Madelyn will no longer be at home! The family said they are very grateful to be selected as the McCoy’s Farm and Ranch Family of the Month. “That’s the thing about rodeo, it’s a whole family,” Madelyn said. “It’s such a blessing to be able to meet the people I have met and feel like I am a part of something that is so amazing.” I think it’s safe to say Madelyn and her parents are a part of more than just an amazing rodeo family, they are also playing their part in keeping the ranching tradition alive. Congratulations to the Eddleman’s!

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Sponsor Spotlight:

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Bloomer Trailers high school rodeo team

loomer Trailers and the Bloomer Family have dedicated the past 13 years in helping shape the future of rodeo by sponsoring a team each year to go through an in depth program that will compete at the IFYR in Shawnee, Oklahoma also referred to as the "Cheyenne of High School Rodeo". Randy Bloomer, Owner and CEO of Bloomer Trailer Mfg., Inc. feels the future of rodeo can be better with not only the support system of the parents but also the communities and business leaders in the western industry. Over the past thirteen years Bloomer Trailers High School Rodeo Team has produced several National High School Rodeo Champions, CNFR Champions, NFR Qualifiers, several PRCA Rookies of the Year and a PRCA World Champion. Each of the professional athletes have reflected that their training with the Bloomer program has helped their career tremendously. This year Bloomer Trailers has chosen 33 athletes from 11 states after a careful selection process. They host a team meeting for members and their families for a weekend in March in Salado, Texas. Bloomer Trailers along with Bloomer Pro Team Cowboys teach each athlete that goes through the program about many aspects in the professional world of rodeo as well as handling real life situations. The team meeting prepares the athletes in several areas including; interviewing for television/radio, professional photo shoots, obtaining sponsors, live filming and the professional side of rodeo. Randy Bloomer host the meeting along with photographers and production teams, guest speakers including Bloomer Pro Team athlete Sage Kimzey and World Champion Bareback Rider Tim O’Connell, Broadcasters and TV personalities Alexis Bloomer and Chris Rankin. The keynote speaker this year was Green Beret John Wayne Walding. Team members also work with companies such as Panhandle Slim, Rock and Roll Denim and Justin Boots. Both Justin Boots and Panhandle Slim started with the program in 2007 and are a valued part of the event. Bloomer Trailers is proud to be the Official Trailer of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, THSRA, World Series of Team Roping, National Reined Cowhorse Association, Bob Feist Invitational and Pendleton Roundup. Bloomer Trailers is approaching their 21st year in the trailer manufacturing business with 70+ employees. At Bloomer Trailers their passion is building the highest quality trailer day in and day out. They focus 100% of their attention to Trailers and how to make

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them better and safer for their customers and their horses. For more information about Bloomer Trailers and their Dealers please go to www. BloomerTrailers.com, for more information about the Bloomer High School Team for Jr's and Sr's please email rodeoteam@bloomertrailers.com. Also, follow Bloomer Trailers on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Remember the road trips are always rewarding in a Bloomer Trailer....

We are pleased to announce the 2019 Bloomer Trailers High School Rodeo Team:

TEXAS ALY GHORMLEY: Goat Tying, Breakaway, Barrels, Poles, Team Roping and Cutting. NHSRA Qualifier. COLE BAILEY: Bareback. IFYR Top 15. CUTTER DUCKETT: Team Roping. 2017 THSRA State Champion Header. NHSRA Qualifier. LYNDIE DUNN: Pole Bending and Barrel Racing. NHSRA Qualifier; 2016 NHSRA Top 20; THSRA Vice-President. WILL FARRIS: Team Roping. JAYDEN GOULD: Breakaway, Team Roping, Goat Tyer. GRACE JACKSON: Barrels. IFYR Top 20. JAKE KAHLA: Steer Wrestling. 2x NHSRA Qualifier. PAYTON LACKEY: Bareback. 2017 NHSRA Bareback Champion;2x IFYR Top 10. LOGAN MOORE: Team Roping. 2018 THSRA State Champion Heeler; NHSRA Qualifier. GATLIN PECK: Team Roping and Tie Down Roping. 2018 UPRA Rookie of the Year. CHANCE STRANGE: Team Roping. TRISTAN SULLIVAN: Team Roping. CHET WEITZ: Tie Down Roping and Team Roping. NHSRA Top 20 Tie Down. CHRIS VILLANUEVA: Bull Rider. NHSRA Qualifier, 2x Jr NFR World Champion. ARKANSAS HUNTER RAMSEY: Bareback. 2018 IFYR Bareback Champion; UPRA Champion. CALIFORNIA KELSEY CADWELL: Barrel Racing. 2x The American Semi-Finals Qualifier.

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CADEN GRISEDALE: Tie Down Roping, Saddle Bronc, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling & Cutting; 3x NHRSA Qualifier. COLORADO KINLIE BRENNISE: Breakaway, Barrels, Poles, Goat Tying and Team Roping. 2017 CHSRA All Around Cowgirl; 2x NHSRA Qualifier AMANDA TERRELL: Pole Bending, Barrels, Breakaway, Goat Tying and Team Roping. 2016 CSHSRA State Champion Pole Bender; 2x NHSRA Qualifier. WINSTEN MCGRAW: Steer Wrestling, Tie Down Roping and Team Roping. 2017 & 2018 CHSRA State Champion Steer Wrestler; 3x NHSRA Qualifier; 2017 NHSRA Top 10; IFYR Top 5 KANSAS COY POLLMEIER: Bull Rider. KHSRA State Champion; 2x NHSRA Top 15; WESTON PATTERSON: Saddle Bronc. KHSRA Saddle Bronc Champion; NHSRA Top 10. TY POPE: Bull Riding, Bareback and Saddle Bronc. NHSRA Qualifier.

2019 TEAM TIMED EVENT GUYS

FLORIDA HEATHER MCLAUGHLIN: Goat Tying, Breakaway, Team Roping. 2017 & 2018 FHSRA State Champion Goat Tyer; 2x NHSRA Qualifier. LOUISIANA JACK WRIGHT: Saddle Bronc. THSRA President. JOSEY MURPHY: Goat Tying, Breakaway Roping, Pole Bending and Barrel Racing. 2017 & 2018 LHSRA State Champion Breakaway Roper; LBRA World Champion Barrel Racer; 2x NHSRA Qualifier. MORGAN SPARKS: Breakaway Roping, Team Roping, Pole Bending and Barrels. 2x NHSRA Qualifier; 2019 NFR Breakaway World Champion; 2019 The American Semi-Finals Qualifier. GRANT SOILEAU: Steer Wrestling and Team Roping. 2x NHSRA Top 10; IFYR Top 10; Ote Berry Jr World Top 15 OKLAHOMA PARKER GLENN: Saddle Bronc, Tie Down and Team Roping. OHSRA Saddle Bronc State Champion; NHSRA Top 20; IFYR Top 20.

2019 TEAM GIRLS

MISSOURI CALLIE KEATON: Barrels, Goat Tying, Breakaway and Pole Bending. 2018 AHSRA All Around Cowgirl; State Champion Barrel Racer; Co-Champion Pole Bender. 2017 AHSRA State Champion Pole Bender; 2016 AHSRA All Around Cowgirl; 3x NHSRA Qualifier; NHSRA Top 20; 2018-2019 NHSRA Secretary. NORTH CAROLINA MIKAYLA JO ALMOND: Poles, Breakaway, Barrels, Goat Tying and Team Roping. SCHSRA Pole Bending Champion; 2x Barrel Racing Champion; 3x Breakaway State Champion; 2017 NHSRA Pole Bending Champion; 3x NHSRA Qualifier; NHSRA Top 5; IFYR Top Reserve Champion. TENNESSEE COLE WALKER: Tie Down, Team Roping, Steer Wrestling. 2018 Tennessee High School Rodeo State Champion Tie Down, Team Roping; 2017 TNHSRA Steer Wrestling Champion; 2x NHSRA Qualifier; NHSRA Top 5 Tie Down; 2x IFYR Top 20.

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DR. TANDY FREEMAN

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Region IV

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

A New Journey

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By JESSEE YOUNG – Performance Reporter

hat a year! June seemed so far away when we started this season. For the seniors it’s more than just the end of the season it’s the beginning of a new journey, with many decisions and being self-dedicated as we enter the next chapter of our lives. Many of us will step up to the next level to the college division. Even though we leave our High School Rodeo days, the friendships and memories we have made will last forever. For so many of us Rodeo has made us what we are today and we will be forever grateful. As seniors we hope that we leave a lasting impression and lead by example to our fellow

members. Region 4 finals came to an end March 27-29-2019. Congratulations to the event winners and Good Luck to the State qualifiers. Makenzie Mayes a Region 4 Freshman took home the title of All Around Cowgirl and Rookie Cowgirl. Her plan for State is to have her horses ready to perform and to do their best to make Nationals. No matter the outcome she said she is going to have fun and enjoy being able to compete at this level and come back stronger next season. Region 4’s Max Mathis is All Around Cowboy. His plan for State is to make good solid runs in every event. It has been a very long year, a hard battle, but he’s looking forward to the opportunities he can obtain this year and can take advantage of. As Seniors we would like to say, stay focused, be kind, work hard and never give up. You may be having a bad day, brush it off, work harder and your day will come. A BIG thank you to our Parents, Region 4 Directors and Board, for all our memories and helping pave our way to our next journey. Good Luck to all the State Qualifiers June 9-15th ,2019 in Abilene, Texas. National High School Rodeo Finals Rock Springs, WY. July 14-20th,2019.

CONGRATULATIONS REGION 4 SENIORS

MAKENZIE MAYES

MAX MATHIS

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CHET WEITZ OF REGION X by Catelyn Felts

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!

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ongratulations to the Whatakid of the month, Chet Weitz! The Region 10 native resides in Mason, Texas and is a senior at Mason High School. He heads in the team roping and ropes calves as well. Chet will be finishing up his fourth year of THSRA competition this year. Throughout his time as a member, Chet said THSRA has created a lot of opportunities and friendships he might not have gotten had he not been a member. “THSRA gives opportunities to high school kids, like myself, to further their rodeo career and have a better chance of being able to get to the professional level,” Chet said. He also mentioned the lessons he has learned and the character traits THSRA has helped develop. “Being a part of THSRA, and just the rodeo world as a whole, has helped me with the importance of responsibility, commitment, dedication, accountability, being respectful, and trustworthy,” he said. "There are a lot of people in the rodeo world who you meet, and build relationships with and you rely on them and they rely on you and you have to trust them and they have to trust you. It’s a community.” He has been able to carry those traits into his extracurricular activities as well. Chet is a member of National Honor Society, UIL, the A-Honor Roll and he plays tennis, golf and basketball. A typical day in the life of Chet starts at 6:15 in the morning with getting ready for school, a 45-minute drive one way to get to school, two hours of after school tennis practice, and then home to rope for two to three hours every afternoon. Once he’s gotten his practice in, he starts homework

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at around eleven in the evening and then gets ready for bed and prepares to do it all over again the next morning! A common denominator amongst those who grow up in the rodeo world, is dedication and Chet is no exception. He said he stopped playing football and baseball so he could dedicate more time to roping. The time he spends in the practice pen or at rodeos could be time spent studying or hanging out with friends, but when asked what makes the sacrifices worth it, he said he loves to win. “I like the way rodeo demonstrates the cowboy way of life, but in addition to that, I love to be on top. I don’t want to be the first loser, I want to win,” Chet said. And, while the desire and confidence was apparent in Chet’s tone of voice, so was the humility and gratitude. He has seen a good deal of success throughout his rodeo career including qualifying for the National High School Rodeo Finals, winning the Roy Cooper, Barry Burk and Joe Beaver Ropings, two Ultimate Calf Roping finals, and qualifying for the Jr. NFR amongst other various wins. He was also recently granted Rodeo Fame’s Lane Frost award in Las Vegas. Behind great success is typically great support. Rodeo is a family affair for the Weitz family as Chet’s little sister is also a THSRA member, and both of their parents have rodeoed in the past. “Being together as a family and being able to practice together, we get to spend a lot of quality time together,” Chet said. “We are all doing something we love and that brings us closer together as a family.” Chet went on to express how thankful he was for all his family and friends have done and sacrificed to help him chase his own dreams. In the fall Chet will be attending Texas Tech University with a rodeo scholarship. He is planning on double majoring in wildlife biology and agri-business. While his first goal is to rodeo professionally and qualify for the NFR, he is also interested in continuing his family business on Weitz Ranch. Chet said he is very honored to be selected as the Whatakid of the month. “It means a lot because there are so many kids to choose from in Region 10 and for me to be selected is an honor,” Chet said. “I’m very humbled and honored.” We wish Chet all the best as he finishes up this season of life and heads into a new one!


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THSRA OFFICIAL DRAW

Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 286 Gutierrez, Whit Brackettville 8 630 Quigg, Titan Rankin 2 530 Harris, Joel Braden San Angelo 3 140 Woodard, Tanner Iola 9 167 Kortis, Kutter Gatesville 10 348 Mathis, Max Ben Wheeler 4 313 Weaver, Braedon Chapman Ranch 8 37 Curry, Garrett Richmond 7 449 Albracht, Harris Bushland 1 493 Tate, Kater McLean 1 43 Fields, Garrett Quitman 7 644 Walters, Jacob Colorado City 2 22 Atkinson, Connor Needville 7 108 Hooks, Brady Huntsville 9 576 Webb, Riley M Denton 3 374 Blanchard, Brady Beaumont 5 622 Meador, Cooper Eldorado 2 448 Albracht, Hadley Bushland 1 372 Bacque, Kase Port Barre, LA 5

CALF ROPING - 2019 TEXAS STATE FINALS Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 34 107 Herring, Hagen Normangee 9 35 480 McClendon, Kyler Canadian 1 36 545 Mayfield, Shad Clovis, NM 3 37 471 Johnson, Kallen Amarillo 1 38 262 Wilhelm, Weston Rosanky 6 39 444 Wallace, Thomas Cushing 5

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323 Carpenter, Colt Quitman 4 203 Webb, Riley Buffalo 10 229 Herndon, Trace Shiner 6 316 Akins, Walker Whitesboro 4 393 Ford, Hayden Tyler 5 50 Krolczyk, Shayne Cypress 7 56 Milligan, Kreese Washington 7 310 Underbrink, Hunter Pleasanton 8 358 Roffino, Garrett Kaufman 4

Monday Morning 8:00 AM (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 49 395 Glover, Matthew Dry Creek, LA 5 50 178 Moody, Cinch Stephenville 10 51 20 Achille, Nick Alvin 7 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 52 406 Kahla, Jack Jasper 5 53 405 Jones, John Thomas Devers 5 54 145 Baugh, Brody Menard 10 55 101 Fisher, Charlie Bryan 9 56 166 Kitchens, Whit Mullin 10 57 75 Suehs, Cameron Caldwell 7 58 191 Silar, Wes Teague 10 59 461 Gaillard, Gus Morse 1 60 274 Colvin, Tres Uvalde 8 61 289 Henderson, Bryce Del Rio 8 62 217 Crow, Casey LaVernia 6 63 518 Eddleman, Will Santa Anna 3 64 476 Martin, Logan Vega 1

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99 Enderli, Cash Liberty 9 583 York, Ryder Goldthwaite 3 130 Peck, Gatlin Huntsville 9 29 Broussard, Hadley Richmond 7

CALF ROPING Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 69 387 Duren, Dylan Huntington 5 70 287 Haby, Rymond El Indio 8 71 226 Hanna, Reid Lockhart 6 72 470 Jameson, Stetson Happy 1 73 247 Ohrt, Clint Victoria 6 74 337 Gilchrist, Brock Van 4 75 280 Fretwell, Cash Pleasanton 8 76 409 Key, Kane Garrison 5 77 234 Karisch, Reid Hempstead 6 78 27 Belknap, Bryce Alvin 7 79 105 Hanagriff, Boyd Richards 9 80 353 Norman, Cooper Malakoff 4 81 532 Hiatt, Quade Canyon 3 82 299 Mendietta, Tres Riviera 8 Tuesday Morning 8:00 AM (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 83 89 Brice, Cedrick Normangee 9 84 632 Rice, Korbin Hobbs, NM 2 85 643 Wallis, Colten Big Spring 2 86 459 Espenson, Tyler Wildorado 1 87 86 Bell, Tyler Anderson 9

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Region V

SECRETARY - SUSAN BALDWIN 704 1/2 Southview Circle • Center, Texas 75935 936.590.4330 • regionvsecretary@gmail.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

A NEW START AT STATE

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By HARLEY JO PERKINS – Performance Reporter

aybe you struggled in your region this year and barely qualified for state due to horse injuries, personal injuries, or just not being able to work it out in the arena. Or, maybe you had the best year you’ve had in your rodeo career and finished way out in front with no doubts or worries on your mind. No matter how you finished at your region, the rodeo season isn’t over just yet. In fact, it’s just getting started. For the ones who couldn’t seem to get it right in the arena at regions, maybe state is the place where it all comes together. All that hard work and commitment to stick with it could bring new arena records or the new highest go round score. You could go home with a state championship title or with goals achieved that you thought you may not reach this year. To the ones who finished strong in their region, congratulations on an awesome year. Continue to build your confidence and keep working and practicing in the same manner. Don’t become too prideful in your performance for we all know how fast things can go wrong. Work humbly and encourage your friends and fellow contestants by

your actions and speech. Maybe, just maybe, the Lord is asking you to trust in Him to bring something new and amazing to the arena. Ezekiel 36:26 encourages, “ I will give you a new heart, and I will put a new spirit in you. I will take out your stoney, stubborn heart and give you a tender, responsive heart.” Just as He gives us a new heart and new spirit, He will give us new hope and excitement for our state finals and upcoming rodeos. Be encouraged to be filled with excitement and energy when you practice for Abilene. Allow that new hope He has given you to overflow into your attitude and actions, as well as your performances. Good luck to all state qualifiers as Abilene draws nearer and nearer. Praying for safe travels and praying that you keep your trust in the Lord and allow Him to give you a new hope and excitement for 2019 State Finals!


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STUDENT OFFICERS

SECRETARY - NENA BOETTCHER PO Box 833 • East Bernard, Texas 77435 281.468.8973 • Region6thsra@gmail.com

Region VI

STATE DIRECTORS SHANNA NETTLE LOGAN PO Box 1882 • Brenham, TX 77834 979.421.2912 • samlogan89@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT - BRINLEE FREEMAN VICE PRESIDENT - SAGE SPIVEY SECRETARY - MARY MCLINEY

MISTY SMITH 1701 FM 99 • Whitsett, Texas 78075 512.848.6343 • rdmssmith@yahoo.com PRESIDENT - DAVID FREEMAN 1039 Mockingbird Lane • Eagle Lake, TX 77434 832.221.1253 • chlfreeman@yahoo.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

SENIORS & STATE

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– Performance Reporter

s we get closer and closer to state finals, I would like to recognize all of our seniors: Jennifer Balentine, Charlsey Rae Bass, Emily Becker, Casey Crow, Kacey Deckert, Gabrielle Garcia, Trace Herndon, Jesse Hines, Cole Karisch, Andrew Lively, Mayce Marek, Cheyanne Martin, Colton Miller, Hailey Moore, Jayce Mozisek, Holden Murphy, Hunter Mutz, Presley Pence, Kirby Rawlinson, Colby Shelton, Miles Svoboda, Erica Tiner, Hector Tovar and Skylar Wood. Goodluck at your last THSRA rodeo and life after high school. You will be greatly missed and forever remembered as a part of the Region 6 family! Senior, Hailey Moore has been a member of THSRA all four years. Hailey and her horse, Bully, have had a long journey together throughout her high school rodeo career. In 2016, Hailey’s freshman year, Bully became blind in his left eye and started having a number of problems. She did the best she could to treat his problems and prevent him from further injuries. By the end of the year with all the

chaos, Bully pulled through and qualified Hailey for state in barrels. During this time of uncertainty, Hailey had to lean back and rely on her faith. She learned to trust in the Lord through the times of the good and the bad and remember that He has a plan. “I would like to encourage all high schoolers that you can do anything you put your mind to if you work hard at it. Your failures mold you into who you are and your success makes it all worth it”. Hailey is planning on attending Lonestar College in Montgomery, Texas to pursue her rodeo career on Bully. Goodluck Hailey in Abilene and college! There will be many fun events in Abilene such as Primetime, Hooey Olympics, shopping, etc., but it is important to stay focused on the reason why you’re there. Remember that you’re there to compete and take care of your horses like they take care of you. All the hard work and effort put into qualifying for state still applies in Abilene. Make sure to find a balance on spending time with friends and horses so that Region 6 can dominate! Have fun, be safe and work hard! I would like to congratulate Hadley Harris for taking over the Region 6 Ariat reporter for the 2019-2020 year. It has been a privilege to be able to write for Region 6 for the last year. A big thanks to everyone who has helped me from interviewing to sending pictures, it is greatly appreciated. Best of luck to all of Region 6 contestants at junior high and high school state finals!

HAILEY MOORE & BULLY PICTURE BY SHANE RUX


MACKENZIE BRYCE OF REGION VII by Catelyn Felts

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!

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ver the years region secretaries have the privilege of watching high school rodeo members as they grow up. They see them in countless “pressure” situations and get to know them outside of the arena as well. Region VII’s secretary, Celina Fetty, wrote the following article about why they chose their Whatakid, Mackenzie Bryce. Mackenzie is one of those young ladies that goes above and beyond no matter what she is faced with. She is always willing to jump in help anyone no matter what the outcome might be. Mackenzie is the kind of young lady that exemplifies and embodies that of a true role model. She has great leadership skills that have allowed her to be confident yet humble in any environment. She is one of the most hard working young ladies I have had the pleasure of working with. She is honest, respectful, poliet, and dependable. When she is in the arena or out of the arena you will always find Mackenzie working. She is extremely dedicated to making sure her animals are always taken care of. Mackenzie has always taken a personal stake in each and every horse

she rides. Mackenzie can often be found in the rodeo office as well. On countless occasions she has helped in our region rodeo office behind the desk and running errands when something is needed. In life we all have bad days, some more than others. No matter the situation going on in any particular day you will never see Mackenzie respond mean or dismissive. This young lady can brighten a room with her smile. She has the kindest heart and always encourages and supports the other competitors around her. On many occasions I have witnessed Mackenzie mentor some of the younger girls and cheer for them as they make their runs. She is a true asset to any organization. Scholastically, Mackenzie is an amazing student. She takes her classes seriously and has always strived to do her very best in each class. She takes her future very seriously and is working hard to achieve all her goals in life with hard work and a strong belief in Christ. Mackenzie is an A Honor Roll student and is strong, resilient, dedicated, hard working, loyal, and supportive young lady. I would be very proud to call her my own and to have her mentor any young girl with no doubt in my mind that they will only thrive under her guidance. Mackenzie is currently employed at FitHorse by Equatics Fitness Center in Kingsville, Texas and swims and conditions horses everyday. She has been riding the derby horses for the last 6 months or so. Mackenzie single handley organized a Hurricane Harvey relief fund for those in need. The relief came from several communities and and spanned several counties in South Texas. When you ask her why her response is simple “She just felt like she needed to do something for those who suffered loss”. Mackenzie also reached out to our NHSRA families and with their help were able to help a family in Region VIII who had significant damage to their home. When Mackenzie is not helping at the pool you can find her processing and feeding cattle. Mackenzie can sort and load a truck with cattle better than most men. If you ask her what some of her favorite childhood memories are she would probably say learning to count by counting cattle. Mackenzie is truly an amazing young lady and embodies that of a Whatakid!

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PRESIDENT - HALEY PHILLIPS VICE PRESIDENT - HANNAH PHILLIPS SECRETARY - NIKI CARTER

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS RORY KOEHN 1669 CR 230 • Weimar, Texas 78962 979.263.5644 • koehnranch@cvctx.com

STUDENT OFFICERS

SCOTT SHOOK 5750 FM 360 • Needville, Texas 77461 713.851.9553 • scotctshook@yahoo.com

Region VII

SECRETARY - NENA BOETTCHER PO Box 833 • East Bernard, Texas 77435 281.468.8973 • region7thsra@gmail.com

DEE RAWLINSON 12432 N SH 71 • El Campo, Texas 77437 979.543.8906 • drawlinson@reatarealty.com PRESIDENT- CLINT RAWLINSON 12432 N. SH 71 • El Campo, Texas 77437 979.637.0500 • rawlinsonclint@gmail.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT THE IMPORTANCE

OF OUR SPONSORS renting faculties to have the rodeos at. The stock needed for contestants to compete on. The judges, officials By JAYCI LEE BYLER – Performance Reporter and secretary's saleventy five years ago, we didn't ary. The prizes and need to rely on a sponsor to supply added money for for our rodeos. It was usually at contestants....the someone's ranch, were cattle were being lists goes on and gathered and branded. A fellow cowboys on. wife would be secretary and gather entry Without sponfees and side wagers. Two ranch hands sors, we do not have CEILY SIMPTON JR HIGH GOATS would be pick up men, neighboring a rodeo. Sponsors ranchers were the judges. Today rodeos play such a major role in keeping our rodeo from going away. Could you imagine are held at multimillion dollar facilities. your life without rodeos to attend? It is unimaginable for me to think of one day there Stock and feed is shipped across coun- are no rodeos. They're our main support to keep our rodeos going and thriving. From ties, sometimes states. Sponsors play the local high school rodeos to the NFR. Our sponsor are there to help our rodeo life a very important part in the success style continue. We depended on our sponsor for their generous checks of support. We of youth and professional rodeo. The should give them the credit for helping our staffs and volunteers put every rodeo, big funds from sponsors help to offset the or small on. Sponsors should get recognized, and their businesses supported because every little dollar helps ensure the future for the next generations of cowboys and cowgirls. When you think of a sponsor, you might think of a business that helps rodeo succeed. The truth is more than them just writing a check, they are allowing the western heritage to stay alive. These sponsors put their valued resources into this sport to see it survive in a world that is modernizing all around us. They are the reason why rodeo is still going on today. I think it is amazing how we have so many sponsors today that are willing to help and work alongside the rodeo associations. I think everyone should recognize their sponsors and to congratulate them for all the work that they have put into this sport of rodeo and our rodeo community. For now with their support we still growing expenses of GUY RAASCH & WHITNEY WILLIAMS RIBBONS CHAMPIONS get to hear fellow cowboys and cowgirls holler

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COWBOY UP! This year our region gave away some nice saddle & chap certificates, cool ice chests by Classic Equine Richie, and beautiful buckles 2nd -10th place. Big Thanks to some of our Region VII Auction sponsors, Stone Turf Farm, Donna Thames, Bass Hog Hunts, Rice Cutting Horses, Corey Solomon, Don Pooley Cutting Horses, Mark Mills, JJ Hampton, Stacey Martin, Nettles Stirrups, Elliot Equitherapy, Lauren Bane, Bryant Slaughter, Tammy Fischer, Kristy Outhier, Waters Quarter Horses, Reflections Medical Spa, Latricia Duke, Ryann Pedone, Cater Family, England Family, Jenny Meyer, Keylie Tatum. Canalas Family, Dr Marty Tanner, Ray Family, Schneider Pads, Bayou West Pads, Cole Davison, Fred Whitfield, Hopkins, Family, Bryan Moon, Ricky Canton, Whitney Thurmond. Remember to Protect you horses with Sonora Insurance Group and eat up at WHATABURGER. Y'all Make our little region BIG. Psalm 18:1 I love you, Lord, my strength.

ASPEN MILLER BREAKAWAY HIGH SCHOOL

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STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - MACKENZIE BRYCE VICE PRESIDENT - EMMA SMITH SECRETARY - KATE MCNEIL KIM NICHOLSON 8434 N. US Hwy 183 • Goliad, Texas 77963 830.570.7302 • kim_nicholson@att.net

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

JASON UNDERBRINK 520 Phillips Rd • Pleasanton, Texas 78064 210.854.7718 • jasonunderbrink@yahoo.com 3005 Santa Ana St. • Corpus Christi, Texas 78415 361.739.9858 • region8thsra@gmail.com

Region VIII

SECRETARY - CELINA FETTY

385 ECR 401 • Falfurrias, Texas 78355 361.813.7078 • masolomon1962@gmail.com

PRESIDENT- MIKE SOLOMON

385 ECR 401 • Falfurrias, Texas 78355 361.813.7078 • masolomon1962@gmail.com

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PERFORMANCE REPORT

grow & excel

By Mackenzie

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Bryce – Performance Reporter

s THSRA state finals nears many contestants are reflecting on the years passed and the memories made. We, seniors will be spending our last week in Abilene as THSRA contestants. I am sure I can speak for many when I say, “we are looking forward to competing at the new facility, spending time with our friends and making new friendships”. As a senior, I would like to thank NHSRA and THSRA for the many opportunities they have given me and my peers. I started out my “career” as a shy and timid sixth grader, who was scared to even lope the pattern. This association has taught me many things. One of the most important skills it has taught me is responsibility. Being an

event director and student officer for the past seven years has taught me to be responsible and to take care of my job in a timely manner. Something else I have gained is a second family. This second family is made up of people from our region and others who have become some of our closest friends. These friendships are ones that I hope to keep for a long time. Its safe to say that because of this organization I have come out of my shell. I have become a leader in my region and have become a true competitor compared to my sixth-grade self. I would like to say farewell and thank you to an organization that has made me grow as a person and a competitor. I am sure I can speak for many seniors by saying we are grateful to everyone who has made this NHSRA and THSRA the association they are. Our national, state, and region volunteers, officers and sponsors have given us great opportunities to grow and excel.

THREE SENIORS WHO HAVE BEEN WITH THE REGION SINCE 6TH GRADE. MACKENZIE BRYCE CASH FRETWELL, SERAH KATE BLAIR


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PRESIDENT - SPIN EDWARDS VICE PRESIDENT - JESSICA GARRETT SECRETARY - LYNDIE DUNN

senior spotlight

STUDENT OFFICERS

204 CR 6763 • Dayton, Texas 77535 713.553.6421 • eddiedyson@thsra9.com

979.251.4131 • laceyaubihl@thsra9.com

Region IX

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS EDDIE DYSON

JONATHAN LAWSON

SECRETARY - LACEY AUBIHL 1326 PR 5011 • Ledbetter, Texas 78946

838 SH 150 • New Waverly, Texas 77358 936.520.1401 • fivedowell@gmail.com

460 Bishop Road • Huntsville, Texas 77320 713.417.6042 • donjackson321@gmail.com

DON JACKSON

PO Box 1177 • Madisonville, Texas 77864 281.785.0077 • mghormley@me.com

PRESIDENT- MIKE GHORMLEY

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friends I have made throughout my years of rodeoing that I now consider my family. I am so grateful for all the fun times and laughter we were able to share. Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank the Lord for blessing me with the ability to do what we are all so passionate about, my parents for always supporting me through all the good and bad runs, and my sponsors for keeping my horses feeling and looking their best.

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By ALY GHORMLEY– Performance Reporter

he month of May is quickly coming to an end. Though our region rodeos have ended, which brought about an end to the high school rodeo career from many of Region IX seniors, the end to a bigger chapter is approaching for seniors everywhere – High School. Seniors are full of thoughts of graduation celebrations and anticipation of new plans that are quickly approaching. Several seniors shared their future goals and thoughts about their years at Region IX. ASHLYN WRIGHT High School: Emerson & Yeager Home Schooled Academy Future plans: After graduation, I am attending Lone Star Community College, and in my spare time, I will continue with my rodeo career. While staying close to home, I will be able to continue training my barrel prospects. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: While at Region IX, there were so many great memories, but my favorite was winning the barrel racing title my junior year amongst so many talented and deserving competitors. What will you miss the most: What I will miss the most is all the amazing

TANNER COOK High School: Madisonville High School / Madisonville, Texas Future plans: On March 2, 2019, I was sworn into the United States Air Force to join the Operations Intelligence Team. While serving my country, I plan on continuing my education. Favorite memory of THSRA IX: I enjoyed meeting new people and competing against all my friends. What will you miss the most: I will miss the people that I have ridden with over the past rodeo season. Who would you like to thank: I’d like to thank my dad for always being there

ASHLYN WRIGHT & HAGEN HERRING


GATLIN PECK High School: New Waverly High School / New Waverly, Texas Future plans: In the future, I plan to attend Texas A&M University on a partial rodeo scholarship, where I will chase my business dreams of Commercial Real Estate and Development. While going to school, I want to go to seminary school and finish that because I have a heart for ministry. Favorite memory of THSRA IX: My favorite memory is Rodeo Prom 2019. The whole entire night was awesome. What will you miss the most: I will miss the church services with Jimmy Cotton the most. Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank my Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, my parents, and all THSRA Region IX for the successful years of rodeo. GRACE JACKSON High School: Madisonville High School / Madisonville, Texas Future plans: I plan to attend Sam Houston State University on a rodeo scholarship and study nursing. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: I enjoyed hanging out with friends. What will you miss the most: I will miss competing with my friends. Who would you like to thank: My dad has helped me so much.

GRACE JACKSON & STORMY STOKES

when I needed someone to talk to and helping me to strive to be the best competitor that I could possibly be. I’d also like to thank my grandma for always showing the support she gives. No matter the run, good or bad, always hold your head up and learn. STORMY STOKES High School: Latexo High School / Latexo, Texas Future plans: I am attending Sam Houston State University in the fall, where I will compete on the SHSU rodeo team. I plan to receive a Bachelor of Science degree in nursing. Favorite memory of THSRA IX: My favorite memory was winning the first rodeo of my senior year in breakaway. What you will miss the most: I will miss rodeoing and competing with the great friends I have made in the past 4 years of High School Rodeo. Who would you like to thank: I will never be able to thank my parents enough. I give them all the credit for my success. They’ve helped to push me to become the roper I am today!

HAGEN HERRING High School: Normangee High School / Normangee, Texas Future plans: I plan to rodeo for SWTJC then transfer somewhere and get a business degree. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: My favorite memory was when I won the All Around. What will you miss the most: I’ll miss competing with all the kids around this area. Who would you like to thank: I’d like to thank my mom and dad for supporting me through the years helping me along the way. MCKENNA PAVELOCK High School: Anderson-Shiro High School / Anderson, Texas Future plans: I will be attending Texas Tech University to major in Animal Science. I plan on becoming a nurse/midwife. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: I arrived at one of the rodeos and my barrel horse had a huge gash on her shoulder, and I didn’t have a backup horse. My friend, Ashlyn Wright, offered me her barrel horse so I could still compete that weekend. It is by far my favorite memory. What will you miss the most: I have made some of my greatest friends, and I’m going to miss all of them. After high school, we are all going to different colleges, and it is going to be sad not seeing them at the rodeos Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank Lorissa Merritt and Laura Avery; they have been my biggest supporters and have always helped me tune my barrel horses and hauled me up and down the road. I couldn’t have asked for better mentors, Godly women. continued on page 44

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What will you miss the most: Without a doubt, I will miss running poles the most. Poles is my favorite event because of my amazing horse, Midget. My hope is to be able to find places to still compete on him. Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank my sister, Meagan. She has always been my number one fan and the reason I love rodeo so much. She not only supported me, but gave me my greatest mount – Midget!

CASH ENDERLI

BLAKE GEORG High School: Madisonville High School / Madisonville, Texas Future plans: I plan to attend Texas A&M University Mays Business School. What will you miss the most: I will miss competing against the people in Region IX. Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank my parents. ALY GHORMLEY High School: Madisonville High School / Madisonville, Texas Future plans: I plan to attend Texas A&M University to study Agricultural Economics. After earning my degree at A&M, I will attend law school and study environmental law. I will also be a member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Rodeo Team. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: My favorite memory is when Carly Staggs and I team roped at a HS rodeo and actually had a clean run with no penalties. I sure missed Carly my senior year.

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CASH ENDERLI High School: Southeast Christian School/ Mont Belvieu, Texas Future plans: I plan to attend Weatherford College. While there I will apply for the Physical Therapy Assistant Program and compete on their Rodeo Team. Upon completing the program, I plan to attend a university to further my career. After that, my goal is to get my PRCA Card and qualify for the National Finals Rodeo. Favorite memory of THSRA Region IX: My favorite memory was winning the Region Tie-down and Rookie All Around my sophomore year after coming back from a year off due to an ACL and Meniscus Repair. What will you miss the most: I will miss the late night drives to Bryan with my mom after roping at other rodeos. I will also miss the unforgettable memories that have taken place throughout my time with rodeo and the lifelong friendships that I have established. Who would you like to thank: I would like to thank my mom and dad for supporting me in every way possible, from buying me the best horses and supplies to hauling me across the country. Their unconditional love has never ceased. That is something I can never repay. We wish all the seniors everywhere good luck on their future plans. God promises that he will take care of you in Jeremiah 29:11 – “For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the Lord, “plans to prosper you and not harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future.”

2018-2019 JUNIOR HIGH STATE DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE BOARD NATIONAL DIRECTOR JOHN E. BLAND

806-679-2037

jeblandnspade@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT SCOTT SHOOK

281-437-8214

scottshook@yahoo.com

1st VICE PRESIDENT BRENT CHARLESWORTH

432-386-6214

brent@crcompany.net

2nd VICE PRESIDENT JOE RICHARDS

806-676-5970

joe@diamondcattlefeeders.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM DAVID FREEMAN

832-221-1253

chlfreeman@yahoo.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM SHANE HANCOCK

254-379-3516

shanehancock74@yahoo.com

DELEGATE 2 YEAR TERM ERIC HUSTON

817-368-0159

duaneoverton6113@gmail.com

DELEGATE 1 YEAR TERM STAN MCDONALD

979-229-5963

stanmcdranch@aol.com

DELEGATE 1 YEAR TERM MARIE SMITH 830-570-7058 bmsmith1996@sbcglobal.net SECRETARY ANNE DOLLERY 979-412-2551 texasjuniorhighrodeo@gmail.com

STATE DIRECTORS

Region I MATT HOGANSON GUY ELLIOTT LANCE GAILLARD

flyingM79@hotmail.com glelliott@wilbargercscd.com lsgaillard@yahoo.com

806-440-1961 940-839-6354 806-898-3748

Region II CASEY BAIZE 512-618-9233 KEITH KENT 325-665-8100 SHANE HANCOCK 254-379-3516 Region III VENITA DEARING 817-223-5355 KEVIN STEWART 817-307-7303 ERIC HUSTON 817-368-0159

coolchickroper@yahoo.com meb522@yahoo.com duaneoverton6113@gmail.com

Region IV AMY BEAM SEAN SUNDBERG JAMES TETTENHORST

LJRanchGRL@aol.com sundberg.sean@yahoo.com JamesTettenhorst@gmail.com

214-435-1579 919-518-6690 903-521-1511

csbaize@yahoo.com keith@johnroleylevelland.com shanehancock74@yahoo.com

Region V RICHARD BALDWIN 936-332-5466 DERIS MARTIN 936-366-1568 BILL WHITE 337-304-0748 Region VI CLAY OHRT 361-571-1040 GARRET OHRT 361-649-4060 TOMMY OHRT 361-550-5202

ohrt6@hotmail.com Julesoh@hotmail.com 1107cattle@yahoo.com

Region VII KIMMI BYLER CODY KENNEY DAN SIMPTON

bcross1@aol.com Cody.Kenney28@gmail.com dansimpton@yahoo.com

979-472-0034 979-922-9534 936-870-5779

r.baldwin147@icloud.com derismartin@yahoo.com whiteacresranch1@yahoo.com

Region VIII BEN ELLIS 361-701-1886 ben_ellis78@yahoo.com MATT SCIBA 361-571-7888 scibaadjuster@gmail.com MARIE SMITH 830-570-7058 bmsmith1996@sbcglobal.net Region IX STAN MCDONALD 979-229-5963 stanmcdranch@aol.com JOHN SCHUENEMAN 979-268-4994 john.schueneman@gmail.com BRAD DYER 832-928-1647 braddyer@live.com Region X JAMES KOONSMAN 254-717-6211 jamesk74@yahoo.com BRANT WARD 325-895-1662 ward23@gte.net RENEE WEITZ 512-217-8165 weitzrr@gmail.com STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT JESSI EVERETT V.PRES CEILY SIMPTON SECRETARY ZOEY HORTENSTINE PRINCESS AMBER SIMONS


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GIRLS CUTTING Thursday (June 13, 2019) and Friday (June 14, 2019) 1 24 Baker, Iris Dripping Springs 7 2 26 Bean, Brooklyn Cypress 7 3 83 Bednarz, Sydney Crawford 9 4 31 Byler, Jayci Lee Bellville 7 5 589 Cavness, Madison Marathon 2 6 590 Charlesworth, Colee Marathon 2 7 592 Cravens, Ryle Sheffeild 2 8 512 Cuccurullo, Taylor Pilot Point 3 9 514 Denman, MacKenzie Bridgeport 3 10 596 Driver, Jordan Garden City 2 11 517 Dukes, Mattie Weatherford 3 12 598 Dunn, Sophie Odessa 2 13 221 Farris, Faith Midway 6 14 609 Hooper, Paydon Andrews 2 15 400 Horn, Haley Wells 5 16 402 Johnson, Emie Claire Welsh, LA 5 17 232 Jordan, Kelsey Orange 6 18 616 King, Hannah Baird 2 19 540 Kirk, Claudia Poolville 3 20 410 Klein, Lieza Center 5 21 240 Melasky, Madison Groesbeck 6 22 53 Meyer, Ellie Washington 7 23 177 Moffatt, Kennady Salado 10 24 551 Nored, Andee Shae Bowie 3 25 553 Packard, Ryann Weatherford 3 26 61 Perko, Samantha Grace San Felipe 7 27 249 Picklo, Isabelle Magnolia 6 28 556 Pinkston, Acey Stephenville 3 29 69 Rice, Robbin Sealy 7 30 635 Rimer, Cierra Midland 2 31 361 Schreck, Anna Marie Murphy 4 32 362 Schreck, Ellie Murphy 4

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GIRLS CUTTING Thursday (June 13, 2019) and Friday (June 14, 2019) 565 Shelton, Claire Krum 3 72 Slaughter, Lexington Hempstead 7 304 Smith, Emma Pleasanton 8 195 Steiner, Steely Blanco 10 258 Thibodeaux, Sadie Gonzales 6 494 Tucker, Gracie Amarillo 1 ** 645 Watters, Jodilyn Midland 2 445 White, Jill Singer, LA 5

GOAT TYING Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Team Roping and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 610 Hooper, Peyton Carlsbad, NM 2 2 338 Green, Heather Ennis 4

3 464 Harter, Karlie Amarillo 1 4 267 Aasbo, Maddie Asherton 8 5 615 Kent, Emma Smyer 2 6 91 Bruening, Lacy Huntsville 9 7 612 Jones, Rayme Lamesa 2 8 271 Blair, Serah Kate Pleasanton 8 9 256 Spivey, Sage Victoria 6 10 197 Thomas, Brittne Venus 10 11 401 Hurst, Alyssa Nacogdoches 5 12 529 Harris, Clay Alvord 3 13 623 Montalvo, Kallie Knickerbocker 2 14 51 Lamb, Kera Sealy 7

Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Team Roping and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 15 82 Balch, Brooklyn Buckholts 9 16 238 Martini, Kaycee Bastrop 6 17 550 Neal, Madison Stephenville 3 18 336 Gambino, Gracie Lindale 4 19 46 Giese, Blair Needville 7 20 580 Wilson, Sassy Mullin 3 21 218 Deckert, Kacey Inez 6 22 268 Bauerle, Shyanne Jourdanton 8 23 447 Young, Shelby Buna 5 24 419 Moore, Mallory Garrison 5 25 431 Reaves, Kristin Bullard 5 26 515 Denton, Addie Beth Albany 3 27 571 Stewart, Cora Weatherford 3 28 473 Johnson, Rylee Happy 1 29 498 Windsor, Kaycee Jean White Deer 1 30 251 Rawlinson, Kirby Waller 6 31 3 Freeman, Brinlee Eagle Lake 6 32 562 Sawin, Lindsey Vernon 3 GOAT TYING Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Team Roping and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 33 509 Clayton, Paige Dublin, TX 34 415 Lovelady, Hannah Palestine 5 Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Team Roping and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 35 556 Pinkston, Acey Stephenville 3 36 463 Gonzales, Trinity Canyon 1 37 152 Edens, Jordi Gatesville 10 38 642 Vaughn, Allison San Angelo 2 39 59 Outhier, Madison Utopia 7 40 237 Marek, Mayce Taylor 6 41 386 Doster, Kourtney Kelly Bullard 5 42 371 Young, Jessee Sumner 4 43 504 Bednorz, Emily Skidmore 3 44 439 Thomas, Jaden DeRidder, LA 5 45 328 Cooper, Peyton Ivanhoe 4 46 311 Underbrink, Tess Pleasanton 8 47 487 Norris, Cooper Canadian 1 48 173 McDeavitt, Emily Poolville 10 Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Team Roping and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 49 174 McDeavitt, Morgan Poolville 10 50 633 Rice, Maddy Lovington, NM 2 Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Team Roping and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 51 326 Chaffin, Harley Jo Ivanhoe 4

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Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Team Roping and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 62 137 Stutts, Jaylyn Cameron 9 63 277 Dodson, Rylee Uvalde 8 64 55 Miller, Aspen Santa Fe 7 65 288 Haby, Sarah Atascosa 8 66 307 Toepperwein, Taryl Hondo 8 Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Team Roping and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 67 465 Harter, Katie Amarillo 1 68 14 Mobbs, Taylor Shiner 6 69 651 Hill, Shaylee Canadian, TX 70 249 Picklo, Isabelle Magnolia 6 71 634 Richards, Madalyn Hereford 2 72 445 White, Jill Singer, LA 5 73 148 Dowell, Makenzie Marlin 10 74 103 Ghormley, Aly Madisonville 9 75 193 Smart, Shaylie Gatesville 10 76 227 Harris, Hadley Poth 6 77 2 Dunn, Lyndie Midway 5 78 362 Schreck, Ellie Murphy 4 79 296 Mask, Kylie Lytle 8 80 63 Pierce, Paisley Sweeny 7 Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Team Roping and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 81 330 Davis, Ashley Van Alstyne 4 82 192 Skelton, Rainey Llano 10 83 69 Rice, Robbin Sealy 7 84 457 Didway, Remi Pampa 1 85 57 Moon, Elisabeth Missouri City 7 86 31 Byler, Jayci Lee Bellville 7 87 569 Smith, Riley Crowell 3 88 74 Stone, Katelyn Van Vleck 7 89 303 Sciba, Maile Victoria 8 90 224 Glass, Taylor Gonzales 6 91 327 Cheaney, Brailey Van 4 92 349 Mayes, Makenzie Scroggins 4 Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Team Roping and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 93 278 Ellis, Eryn Orange Grove 8 94 596 Driver, Jordan Garden City 2 95 95 Close, Kenlee College Station 9 96 598 Dunn, Sophie Odessa 2 97 165 Kennedy, Ally Gardendale 10 98 149 Downing, Raley Troy 10 99 124 McMahon, Josie Richards 9 100 142 Yargo, McKinley New Waverly 9 POLE BENDING Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 194 Snedecor, Kallyn Fredericksburg 10

The most current draw will be posted in the information booth located in the coliseum. It is the contestant’s job to check the draw before they compete.

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Upcomers

STUDENT OFFICERS PRESIDENT - SAIGE SEALY VICE PRESIDENT - AINSLEE MORRIS SECRETARY - BRITTNE THOMAS LARRY DOWELL 370 CR 220 • Marlin, Texas 76661 254.715.8814 • fivedowell@gmail.com

STATE DIRECTORS / REGION OFFICERS

817.648.2723 • texasregion10@gmail.com

COLE SEALY PO Box 566 • San Saba, Texas 76877 325.247.0545 • colesealy@yahoo.com

SECRETARY - STEPHANIE SHOEMAKER 6500 CR 1202 • Cleburne, Texas 76031

MATT SILAR 104 CR 867 N • Teague, Texas 75860 903.388.2531 • matt.silar@patriotinsp.com PRESIDENT - JERRY WRIGHT 434 CR 315 • Oglesby, Texas 76561 254.290.4965 • jerrywrighthomes@hughes.net

PERFORMANCE REPORT

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THOMAS – Performance Reporter

t is at the time when the school year is almost over, and we are going into the next chapter. Either the chapter is going into the next grade or graduating school and starting a going into the real world. When an eighth grader is going into ninth grade (Freshman) is a big step. Not only are they going to a different school they are also competing against seniors. It is a big step for them to going to high school. Saige Brown is an eighth grader and is going to be a freshman after she goes back to school once summer is over. This year she was Region X’s

president helped keep everything smoothly the best she could. She decided she wanted to be our president because she wanted to help a great Region. Some of her responsibilities are to make sure that our sponsor flags are ready to go when we do grand entry. Saige also help both the student and adult event director when they need help with anything. She participated in Goat Tying, Breakaway, and was a ribbon runner. She qualified to junior high state in all her events. She is ready to compete in high school, but she is a little nervous. She is ready to compete with her friends and make new memories. Conner Barton is also in eighth grade same as Saige Brown. He will be also going into ninth grade starting his high schooler career. He is anxious and excited to start his new chapter for high school. This year he competed in team roping, breakaway, goats, ribbon roping, and chute dogging. He is very talented in all his events he participates in. He gives everything he has in each event when he enters the arena. He made it to state in Breakaway and chute dogging and very eager to compete with the best. He is going to be up against some obstacles along the way, but he is ready to break through obstacles become better. Conner is practicing hard to become stronger and be at his best when he competes against the best sooner rather than later. Region X is ready for the upcoming freshman to compete and show what they are made of. With the seniors leaving after state Region X is ready for the forthcoming freshman. Our region is excited to watch the eighth graders compete and to grow to become better athletes and be one of the best to compete in a arena.

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Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 11 34 Carter, Niki Cat Spring 7 12 260 Tiner, Erica Rosanky 6 13 90 Brown, Montana Centerville 9 14 615 Kent, Emma Smyer 2 15 481 McCorkell, Tierra Adrian 1 16 126 Miller, Lexie Edmond, OK 9 17 509 Clayton, Paige Dublin 3 18 582 Woodruff, Autumn Granbury 3 19 296 Mask, Kylie Lytle 8 20 333 Eakes, Lilly Cleburne 4 21 103 Ghormley, Aly Madisonville 9 22 183 Osbourn, Hannah San Saba 10 23 186 Rose, Elizabeth Malone 10 24 492 Simmons, Dalli Texhoma, OK 1 25 263 Wittig, Hannah Spring Branch 6 26 563 Scribner, Kylee Azle 3 27 111 Jackson, Grace Huntsville 9 28 349 Mayes, Makenzie Scroggins 4 29 149 Downing, Raley Troy 10 30 647 Williams, Jordyn Odessa 2 Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 31 303 Sciba, Maile Victoria 8 32 596 Driver, Jordan Garden City 2 33 35 Cater, Cody Belle Angleton 7 34 243 Moore, Hailey Conroe 6 35 342 Johnson, Rainey Stephenville 4 36 417 McCall, Kalli Lufkin 5 37 258 Thibodeaux, Sadie Gonzales 6 38 497 Wells, Robbyn Hereford 1 39 528 Hardin, Rylee Newcastle 3 40 165 Kennedy, Ally Gardendale 10 Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 41 36 Cook, Caylee Rosenberg 7 42 311 Underbrink, Tess Pleasanton 8 43 564 Shackelford, Mika Jacksboro 3 44 63 Pierce, Paisley Sweeny 7 45 329 Crossland, Lisa Kay Rockwall 4 46 224 Glass, Taylor Gonzales 6 47 634 Richards, Madalyn Hereford 2 48 501 Arther, Sydney Ovalo 3 49 267 Aasbo, Maddie Asherton 8 50 278 Ellis, Eryn Orange Grove 8 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Perf 51 437 Taylor, Linzy Jefferson 5 52 320 Braden, Brylee Horatio, AR 4 53 383 Davis, Reagan Alto 5 54 418 Montagne, Jasleigh Orangefield 5 55 189 Sealy, Saige Goldthwaite 10

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POLE BENDING Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Perf 61 321 Brockway, Gracey Royse City 4 62 219 Doran, Samantha Boerne 6 63 141 Wright, Ashlyn Dayton 9 64 192 Skelton, Rainey Llano 10 65 421 Nash, Kylie Corrigan 5 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 66 59 Outhier, Madison Utopia 7 67 551 Nored, Andee Shae Bowie 3 68 439 Thomas, Jaden DeRidder, LA 5 69 31 Byler, Jayci Lee Bellville 7 70 619 Lozano, Brooklyn Lubbock 2 71 139 Webb, Katy Buffalo 9 72 304 Smith, Emma Pleasanton 8 73 425 Parsley, Emorie Troup 5 74 256 Spivey, Sage Victoria 6 75 397 Grant, Aspen Buna 5 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 76 249 Picklo, Isabelle Magnolia 6 77 151 Eddleman, Madelyn DeLeon 10 78 460 Frazier, Kelli Gruver 1 79 302 Peterson, Brooke Carrizo Springs 8 80 522 Gallagher, Autumn Sanger 3 81 499 Winings, Emmi Dalhart 1 82 624 Moore, Logan Eldorado 2 83 45 Galinski, Davan Hungerford 7 84 270 Bitner, Brittany Helotes 8 85 115 Korenek, Zoey College Station 9 86 589 Cavness, Madison Marathon 2 87 359 Rozell, Tera Beth Pittsburg 4 88 211 Becker, Emily New Braunfels 6 89 645 Watters, Jodilyn Midland 2 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Steer Wrestling and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 90 410 Klein, Lieza Center 5 91 137 Stutts, Jaylyn Cameron 9 92 193 Smart, Shaylie Gatesville 10 93 498 Windsor, Kaycee Jean White Deer 1 94 222 Foley, Harlee Magnolia 6 95 510 Connally, Mady Anson 3 96 285 Gubert, Bailey Hungerford 8 97 187 Ross, Faith Lipan 10 98 463 Gonzales, Trinity Canyon 1 99 82 Balch, Brooklyn Buckholts 9 100 347 Martin, Lauren Mt. Pleasant 4 101 586 Bean, Madison Clint 2

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REINED COW HORSE Sunday (June 9, 2019) and Monday (June 10, 2019) 500 Aaron, Tucker Bonham 3 317 Anderson, Alissa Leonard 4 450 Baca, Jake Vega 1 588 Bennett, Brendan Notrees 2

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SADDLE BRONC Monday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2019) and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 299 Mendietta, Tres Riviera 8 2 521 Franks, Cole Clarendon 3 3 600 Flowers, TW Old Glory 2 4 539 Kelly, Tate Gardendale 3 5 428 Pollard, Gavin Elkhart 5 Monday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 10, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 6 450 Baca, Jake Vega 1 7 30 Brzozowski, Grant Wallis 7 8 496 Voss, Bonner Stamford 1 Tuesday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 11, 2019) and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 9 1 Wright, Jack DeRidder, LA 5 10 200 Vance, Jake Joshua 10 Tuesday Morning after 2nd Section of Bull Riding (June 11, 2019) and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 11 456 Culver Wells, Wyatt Hereford 1 12 461 Gaillard, Gus Morse 1 13 25 Bazar, Jake Damon 7 14 507 Cassidy, Danny Meridian 3 15 182 Newman, Cale Hico 10

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STEER WRESTLING Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Breakaway and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 84 Bednarz, Tyler Crawford 9 561 Sawin, Bryant Vernon 3 155 Fedor, Cade Grandview 10 60 Peay, Preston Hempstead 7 488 Norwood, Rowdy Amarillo 1 637 Simental, Diego Odessa 2 348 Mathis, Max Ben Wheeler 4

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THSRA OFFICIAL DRAW

Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Breakaway and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 8 269 Bauerle, Tyler Jourdanton 8 9 605 Greene, Colton Rocksprings 2 10 601 Freeman, Quinten Snyder 2 11 440 Thomas, Ky Elkhart 5 ** 12 570 Spivey, Noah Haslet 3 13 406 Kahla, Jack Jasper 5 14 162 Hoban, Colten Grandview 10 Monday Afternoon (June 10, 2019) after Breakaway and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 15 344 Kelley, Zane Combine 4 16 461 Gaillard, Gus Morse 1 17 532 Hiatt, Quade Canyon 3 18 409 Key, Kane Garrison 5 19 346 Martin, Cole Mabank 4 20 228 Harris, Trace Poth 6 21 299 Mendietta, Tres Riviera 8

Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Breakaway and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 22 257 Svoboda, Miles Gonzales 6 23 574 Walker, Cole Springtown 3 24 169 Lloyd, Quay Maryneal 10 25 566 Shepherd, Tucker Milford 3 26 407 Kahla, Jake Jasper 5 27 105 Hanagriff, Boyd Richards 9 28 559 Roberts, Cole Haslet 3 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Breakaway and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 29 217 Crow, Casey LaVernia 6 30 107 Herring, Hagen Normangee 9 31 391 Fontenot, Bailey DeRidder, LA 5 32 158 Harmon, Cayden Lipan 10 33 493 Tate, Kater McLean 1 34 80 White, Landris Angleton 7 35 140 Woodard, Tanner Iola 9 Tuesday Afternoon (June 11, 2019) after Breakaway and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 36 181 Nail, Rowdy Baird 10 37 380 Cogbill, Cade Orange 5 38 441 Towns, Tate Minden, LA 5 ** 39 130 Peck, Gatlin Huntsville 9 40 37 Curry, Garrett Richmond 7 41 444 Wallace, Thomas Cushing 5 TEAM ROPING Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Barrels and Friday Night (June 14, 2019) Performance 1 88 Colby Boettcher Waller 9 Jordan Lewis 117 Willis 2 62 Kolby Petrich Hempstead 7 Tanner Tomlinson 78 Sealy 3 438 Jayse Tettenhorst Jacksonville 5 Kaden Profili 429 Jacksonville 4 466 Kooper Huddleston Amarillo 1 Logan Martin 476 Vega 5 595 Skyler Dominquez Midland 2 Caden Beatty 587 Levelland 6 280 Cash Fretwell Plesanton 8 Rymond Haby 287 El Indio 7 356 Ethan Priefert Mt. Pleasant 4 Caroline Blackard 319 Mt. Pleasant 8 449 Harris Albracht Bushland 1 Hadley Albracht 448 Bushland 9 130 Gatlin Peck Huntsville 9 Chance Strange 136 Richards 10 520 Trace Foust Spur 3 Clayton McLaughlin 547 Burnet 11 461 Gus Gaillard Morse 1 Kater Tate 493 McLean 12 247 Clint Ohrt Victoria 6 Levi Marbach 236 Victoria 13 202 Peyton Walters Justin 10 Logan Moore 179 Pleasanton

14 573 Kreece Thompson Munday 3 Catcher Gasperson 523 Decatur Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Barrels and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 15 39 Cash Duty Weimar 7 Kaleb Friedel 44 Yaokum 16 643 Colten Wallis Big Spring 2 Luke Phillips 627 Wolfforth 17 262 Weston Wilhelm Rosanky 6 Nick Young 266 Rosanky 18 375 Desirae Bullock Shepherd 5 Cooper Perry 427 Avinger 19 409 Kane Key Garrison 5 Thomas Wallace 444 Cushing 20 265 Slade Wood New Ulm 6 Caleb Green 225 Spring Branch 21 293 Garrett Koch Hondo 8 Anthony McCrary 297 Luling 22 110 Rance Imhoff Navasota 9 Tyler Bell 86 Anderson 23 579 Luke Williams Millsap 3 Cutter Overton 552 Mineral Wells 24 212 Rowdy Bluemel Raft 6 Jayden Cisneros 215 Woodsboro 25 175 Tyler McKinney Hawley 10 Jr. Gonzales 156 Laredo 26 207 Jace Wright Oglesby 10 Cutter Duckett 150 Wimberley 27 63 Paisley Pierce Sweeny 7 Aspen Miller 55 Santa Fe 28 206 Leander Williams Thorndale 10 Whit Kitchens 166 Mullin 29 315 Lynley Wright Robstown 8 Dillon Thigpen 305 Pearsall 30 339 Kolton Green Foreman, AR 4 Latham Dickson 332 Stamps, AR 31 199 Mason Vaculin Cameron 10 Carson Emmons 154 Robinson Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Barrels and Friday Morning (June 14, 2019) Performance 32 282 Ernesto Garcia Lasara 8 Colten Trejo 308 Harlingen 33 632 Korbin Rice Hobbs, NM 2 Kayden Little 618 Tatum, NM 34 602 Caleb Garza Midland 2 Cowboy Porras 628 Midland Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Barrels and Thursday Night (June 13, 2019) Performance 35 389 Gavin Flenniken Heflin, LA 5 Kincade Henry 398 Mt. Pleasant 36 638 Stran Stewart Stanton 2 Chisum Allen 584 Menard 37 58 Connor Norris Cypress 7 Logan Grimm 49 Cypress 38 91 Lacy Bruening Huntsville 9 Brady Hooks 108 Huntsville 39 400 Haley Horn Wells 5 Cooper Parsley 424 Troup 40 279 Karla Flores Laredo 8 Gerardo Herrera 290 Laredo 41 475 Rachel Mardis Canyon 1 Josh Mardis 474 Canyon 42 75 Cameron Suehs Caldwell 7 Hadley Broussard 29 Richmond 43 608 Cash Hooper Carlsbad, NM 2 Calvin Taylor, Jr. 639 Canutillo 44 20 Nick Achille Alvin 7 Garrett Fields 43 Quitman 45 259 Carson Thomas Victoria 6 Dylan Shelton 254 Goliad 46 251 Kirby Rawlinson Waller 6 Rylie Smith 255 Whitsett 47 482 Brody McCreary Amarillo 1 Kason Vigil 495 White Deer 48 163 Trey Hughes Christoval 10 Wyatt Lloyd 170 San Angelo 49 204 Chet Weitz London 10 Mason Pitts 185 Haughton, LA Monday Morning (June 10, 2019) after Barrels and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 50 532 Quade Hiatt Canyon 3 Brock Corman 511 Canyon 51 524 Clayton Godwin Bridgeport 3 Parker Parish 554 Weatherford 52 272 Jorge Canales Laredo 8 Cayetano Tijerina 306 Laredo

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Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Barrels and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 260 Erica Tiner Rosanky 6 Presley Pence 248 Seguin 102 Blake Georg Midway 9 Will Farris 100 Madisonville 220 Caleb Estep Bellville 6 Blane Warnken 261 Schulenberg 385 Weston Dial Groveton 5 Cutter Nugent 423 Daisetta 506 Wyatt Bray Granbury 3 Zant Lewis 542 Hermleigh 442 Gus Vickers Cushing 5 Seth Letney 414 Bon Weir 368 Logan White Dekalb 4 Shane Cade Wiggins 369 Poynor 113 Tyler Ketchum Madisonville 9 Tanner Cook 97 Midway 455 Spencer Clements Stratford 1 Zach Nicholson 485 Stinnett

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Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Barrels and Thursday Morning (June 13, 2019) Performance 62 370 Brennen Wilson Gilmer 4 Landon Priefert 357 Mt. Pleasant 63 50 Shayne Krolczyk Cypress 7 Bryce Belknap 27 Alvin 64 366 McCain Wake Haworth, OK 4 Cash Palmore 354 Dekalb 65 114 Bubba Kloecker Roan Prairie 9 Brice Beene 85 Anderson 66 605 Colton Greene Rocksprings 2 Kaden Prince 629 Snyder 67 245 Coda Myers Sulphur, OK 6 Jesse Hines 230 Hondo 68 346 Cole Martin Mabank 4 Gatz Michael 351 Paris 69 309 Fisher Underbrink Pleasanton 8 Hunter Underbrink 310 Pleasanton Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Barrels and Wednesday Night (June 12, 2019) Performance 70 176 Wells Mitchell Stockdale 10 Justin Elms 153 Thorndale 71 336 Gracie Gambino Lindale 4 Christopher DeLaCruz 331 Wills Point 72 123 Colby McDonald Navasota 9 Brady McDonald 122 Navasota 73 560 Mason Rust Gordon 3 Kutter Johnson 537 Gordon 74 28 Cade Boettcher East Bernard 7 Tanner Tomlinson 77 Angleton 75 430 Emily Ramsey Marshall 5 Colt Leach 413 Shelbyville 76 603 Cody Gonzalez Midland 2 Gustavo Valenzuela 641 Presidio 77 407 Jake Kahla Jasper 5 Kase Bacque 372 Port Barre, LA 78 281 Kadi Fretwell Pleasanton 8 Chance Little 294 Pleasanton 79 420 Chet Murray Brookeland 5 Bret Shaw 433 Jasper 80 530 Joel Braden Harris San Angelo 3 Tegan Stewart 572 Glen Rose 81 324 Cutter Carpenter Athens 4 Caden West 367 Scurry 82 358 Garrett Roffino Kaufman 4 Caleb Szafran 364 Cooper 83 229 Trace Herndon Shiner 6 Miles Svoboda 257 Gonzales Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Barrels and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 84 134 Jake Starns Lovelady 9 William Lindsey 118 Fairfield 85 138 Tristan Sullivan Centerville 9 Hagen Herring 107 Normangee 86 548 Hadley Miller Boyd 3 Kyle Webster 577 Alvord 87 275 Michael Cruz Zapata 8 Alejandro Gonzalez 284 Zapata 88 120 Mason Matthews Kurten 9 Colton Payne 129 Franklin 89 348 Max Mathis Ben Wheeler 4 Emilee Moyer 352 Hugo, OK 90 144 Trace Baldwin Groesbeck 10 Owen Yarbrough 208 Stephenville 91 593 Garrett Dickey Graham 2 Daryan Dominquez 594 Hobbs, NM 92 452 Slade Baumann Canyon 1 Kagan Pillars 489 Hereford 93 527 Trevor Hale Perryton 3 Shad Mayfield 545 Clovis, NM Tuesday Morning (June 11, 2019) after Barrels and Wednesday Morning (June 12, 2019) Performance 94 60 Preston Peay Hempstead 7 Dylan Baird 23 Simonton 95 178 Cinch Moody Stephenville 10 Lanham Manahan 172 Stephenville 96 644 Jacob Walters Colorado City 2 Brendan Bennett 588 Notrees 97 378 Trace Clark Centerville 5 Stran Johnson 404 Shreveport, LA 98 22 Connor Atkinson Needville 7 Kreese Milligan 56 Washington 99 480 Kyler McClendon Canadian 1 Coby Mason 479 Adrian 100 269 Tyler Bauerle Jourdanton 8 Cutler Peese 301 Schartz 101 483 Garrett Miller Amarillo 1 Cason Christian 454 Amarillo 102 471 Kallen Johnson Amarillo 1 Wyatt Mask 478 Amarillo

The most current draw will be posted in the information booth located in the coliseum. It is the contestant’s job to check the draw before they compete.

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24 Event Buckles | 6 All Around Saddles

SHORT GO FOR TOP 10 IN EACH EVENT WILL BE @10:00AM ON SUNDAY, JULY 21ST

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