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2013 TJHRA ALL AROUND COWGIRL

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eXecutive BoarD state PresiDent steve Dickey

PO Box 862, Centerville, TX 75833 903.536.4098 (home) steve@txriatarealty.com

1st vice PresiDent mike cook

375 Tokio Loop • West, TX 76691 254.829.1788 • scarface@kencook.net

2nD vice PresiDent alan Bohlen

PO Drawer 468 • Hondo, TX 78861 830.426.3270 • alanbohlen@yahoo.com

secretary/treasurer susan BalDWin

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

national Director cotton GeorGe

In This Issue GUIDE TO THE 2014 TJHRA STATE FINALS EXPLORE GONZALES, SHINER AND YOAKUM! Gonzales

Yoakum

Shiner

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

Official Publication of the Texas High School Rodeo Association holly Delaune Marketing Director

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ariat PerFormance rePorters REGION I

Junior hiGh national Director John BlanD

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Queen coorDinator Dee Dee DunDa

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ith hundreds of our families getting ready to pack up their horse trailers and head to Gonzales this month, we thought that you would like to know local events going on and where to shop and eat while visiting this beautiful and historical part of Texas. With a whole week to explore the area here is a great look at local businesses that would love for you to visit them while you are in town. Don't be afraid to venture out of Gonzales and visit the charming towns of Shiner and Yoakum because they all have great things to experience too!

Gonzales

Yoakum Shiner

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Gonzales, Texas

Gateway to Texas histor y... Information Courtesey of the City of Gonzales

Gonzales, Green DeWitt's frontier settlement, holds a unique place in Texas history as the site of the firing of the first shot for Texas independence on October 2, 1835. Eighteen townsmen, forever linked with heroes of the revolution, stood on the bank of the Guadalupe River and refused to give up their small cannon to the Mexican Army, while the women hurriedly fashioned a flag holding a black replica of the cannon on a white background, emblazoned with the words that would echo through the years: Come & Take It. In 1836 Gonzales further carved out its niche in history when 32 of her men rode to martyrdom at the Alamo in answer to William Barrett Travis's poignant call for help against overwhelming odds. It was to Gonzales that survivors of this

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battle came, bringing General Sam Houston the news of the garrison's fall. It was here that the Runaway Scrape began, when Houston, who was training his troops here, ordered the town burned and began his retreat to San Jacinto. It was here that the soldiers returned, determined to rebuild their town and continue their dreams of a better life in a new land for their families. These 49 original blocks and the seven public squares that form a Greek cross saw ranchers and cattle drovers, cotton farmers and bankers follow the returning settlers. All joined together to forge a better, stronger Gonzales, building plantation homes, cottages and Victorian mansions, along with the courthouse, stores, churches, schools and public buildings that would withstand the test of time in a place that became known as "The Birthplace of Texas Freedom" and "The Gateway to Texas History."


2014 TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH STATE FINALS RODEO SCHEDULE OF EVENTS FRIDAY, MAY 23 - Gates will be open from 8am till 7 PM for trailer and horses. They will close - At 7 PM gates will be closed until Saturday morning at 7:00 AM SATURDAY, MAY 24 7:00 AM - Contestants can start arriving 24 hour check in 8:45 AM - Princess Contest - Intro/Impromptu/Modeling/Speech/ Interview – Sleep Inn 9:00 AM - NRA Light Rifle Contest – City of Gonzales Firing Range 7:00 PM Barrel and Pole Bending Jackpot – Indoor arena - $40 entry fee may enter all you would like – stakes will be on different pattern SUNDAY, MAY 25

LONE STAR FEED AND KUBOTA TRACTORS SPONSORS OF THE DAY 8:45 AM - Princess Contest – J.B. Well, Jr. Park Arena Horsemanship Contest 9:00 AM – 1:00PM - CONTESTANT CHECK IN - Showbarn 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - Light Rifle Carry Over Contest (If not finished on Saturday) 10:30 AM – 1:00 PM - GAS FOR IOWA BAKING CONTEST – CHECK IN AT OFFICE 1:00 PM - CONTESTANTS MUST BE CHECKED IN 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM - TJHRA GAME ROOM OPEN 4:00 PM - CONTESTANT’S MEETING – Arena – ALL CONTESTANTS MUST ATTEND. Contestants must be in dress code Introduction of Sponsors, Rodeo Officials, and Rodeo Personnel Crowning of 2014 Princess Regional State Qualifier Pictures – following meeting 6:00 PM - Church Service – Arena 6 p.m. w/Rope and Candice Myers 7:00 PM - Parent/Member Ribbon Roping Entries due in the office 8:00 PM-12:00AM - Welcome To Gonzales Dance - Main Arena Entrance –– Sponsored by The City of Gonzales Barrel and Pole Bending Jackpot – Indoor arena - $40 entry fee may enter all you would like – stakes will be on different pattern Jackpot at Outdoor Arena (All information on all jackpots will be posted at jackpot arena for the entire week) Goat Tying, Tie Down, Breakaway, and Team Roping Mad Goat Productions Goat Roping Jackpots – behind arena MONDAY, MAY 26

BOOT BARN AND ARIAT BOOTS SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - First Performance and Beginning of 1st Go Round 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM - TJHRA GAME ROOM OPEN

- Mad Goat Productions – Goat Roping Fast Time Competition 3:00 PM - TUG O’ WAR CONTEST in arena – Come support your Region Team – Sponsored by TIGER TOTE 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions w/Cinch All Star Team being introduced (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Second Performance of 1st Go Round Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Mad Goat Roping behind Arena - Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first $100 – tickets sold at check in or office) TUESDAY, MAY 27

NRS, MC COY’S & PRIEFERT SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - Third Performance of 1st Go Round 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM - TJHRA GAME ROOM OPEN 1:00 PM - Mad Goat Productions – Goat Roping Fast Time Competition 1:00 PM - NRS TEAM ROPING MINI CLINIC w/Krece Harris Indoor Arena 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Fourth Performance of 1st Go Round Vote for Student officer @ entrance of rodeo Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Mad Goat Roping behind Arena - Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold at check in or office) WEDNESDAY, MAY 28 RESISTOL, HEEL O MATIC AND CACTUS ROPES SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - Fifth Performance end of 1st Go Round Vote for Student officer @ entrance of rodeo 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM - TJHRA GAME ROOM OPEN 1:00 PM - Mad Goat Productions – Goat Roping Fast Time Competition 1:00 PM - PARENT/MEMBER RIBBON ROPING (arena) Sponsored – JENNINGS PHOTOGRAPHY 5:00 PM - ROUGH STOCK RIDERS MUST BE AT THE OFFICE EQUIPMENT CHECK 5:00 PM - First Go Awards in the Arena 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) Announce 2014-15 Student Officers 6:00 PM - Sixth Performance beginning of 2nd Go Round 9:00 PM - Cowboy Church in the stands following performance Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Mad Goat Roping behind Arena Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold at check in or office)

THURSDAY, MAY 29 WHATABURGER AND CAPITAL FARM CREDIT PINK NIGHT SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - Seventh Performance of 2nd Go Round 1:00 PM – 11:00 PM - TJHRA GAME ROOM OPEN 1:00 PM - VOLLEYBALL TOURNAMENT –Come support your Region – Sponsored by NRS - Mad Goat Productions – Goat Roping Finals in arena 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) PINK FIRETRUCK – Sport your pink 6:00 PM - Eighth Performance of 2nd Go Round WhataRodeo Night Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Mad Goat Roping behind Arena Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold at check in or office) FRIDAY, MAY 30

CH GRAPHICS AND TEXAS FARM BUREAU SPONSORS OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 9:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 9:00 AM - Ninth Performance of 2nd Go Round Rough Stock 1st Round Awards – Beginning of Second Round of Rough Stock 1:00 PM - TJHRA Board of Directors Meeting – Elks Lodge 5:45 PM - Grand Entry – All Regions (please be lined up at 5:30pm) 6:00 PM - Tenth Performance end of 2nd Go Round 9:00 PM-12:00AM - Glow Dance at Main Arena Entrance Wear your favorite glow in the dark gear! – DJ – Sponsored by TJHRA One hour after perf - Second Go Awards in the arena Following perf - Jackpot at Outdoor Arena – Mad Goat Roping behind Arena Pole & Barrel Exhibition - $10 a run (first 100 – tickets sold at check in or office) SATURDAY, MAY 31 TEXAS RAM DEALERS AND BLOOMER TRAILERS SPONSOR OF THE DAY 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM - Vendor Tent Open 10:00 AM - Short Go Awards 11:00 AM - Short Go Performance 6:00 PM Champions Dinner – 2014 National Team State Champion Awards Mandatory Meeting & Sign Up for Nationals PLEASE NOTE – Due to unseen conflicts, this schedule is subject to change. Please check the OFFICIAL DAILY SCHEDULE posted outside the rodeo office. It is the responsibility of each contestant to be in the arena and ready when their respective event is underway.

2014 TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH DIVISION STATE FINALS RODEO ORDER OF EVENTS • 1st SECTION OF BULL RIDING (Beginning Thursday AM) • POLE BENDING • CHUTE DOGGING

• TIEDOWN • GIRL’S BREAKAWAY • BOY’S BREAKAWAY • GIRL’S GOAT TYING

• BOY’S GOAT TYING • BARREL RACING • TEAM ROPING • RIBBON ROPING

• 2nd SECTION OF BULL RIDING (Beginning Thursday AM)

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O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O 2014 TJHRA State Finals Grand Entry Region 6 will be in charge of the grand entry this year. We carry flags before each performance (morning and night). Each region will be assigned a day to be in charge of sending at least 10 members to carry flags. The student officers for 2013-14 will help carry flags Monday through Wednesday night, the new officers will begin carrying flags Thursday through Saturday. Morning Performances will begin at 9:00 am please be ready to run flags at 8:45 am. Evening Performances grand entries will begin at 5:45 please be ready to run flags at 5:30 pm. Short Go will begin at 11:00 am please be ready to run flags at 10:45 am. Region Assignment – morning and night performance: (please send 10 contestants per region) MONDAY – Region 1 & Region 5 TUESDAY – Region 2 & Region 9 WEDNESDAY – Region 3 & Region 7 THURSDAY – Region 4 & Region 10 FRIDAY – Region 8 & Region 6 SHORT GO – Please send at least 1 from each region.

reminders!!!

* PLEASE BRING YOUR FINAL REPORT CARD OR LAST SIX WEEKS REPORT CARD TO THE STATE FINALS WITH YOU. MUST BE CHECKED IN ON SUNDAY - BY 1PM * Don’t Forget to Bring Glow-in-the-Dark Items for the Dance!!

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rodeo personnel: Rodeo Officials Event State Directors Arena Director Barrel Racing Bobby Flores Region 10 Rodeo Secretaries Boy’s Breakaway Roping Susan Baldwin Region 5 Nena Boettcher Anne Dollery Boy’s Goat Tying Region 1 Announcer Chris Rankin Bull Riding Time Keepers Region 1 Mikey Duggan Shelly Duggan Chute Dogging Region 9 Judges Jeff Aubihl Girl’s Breakaway Roping John Tom Powledge Region 5 Tommy Zant Girl’s Goat Tying Bullfighters Region 8 Chris Monroe Weston Rutkowski Pole Bending Region 3 Stock Contractor/Jackpots J& J Rodeo Co. – Cooper, TX Ribbon Roping Region 2 Photographer Jennings Photography Team Roping Region 4 Video Jennings Photography Tiedown Roping Region 7 Ground & Tractor Mike Berberich Princess Judges Jenny Balentine Mandy Choate Angela David Christie Heronema Alyssa Litwin Donna Nichols


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O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O Mr. TAco Mexican Restaurant & Cafe

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Hotel Features

Complimentary wireless High-Speed Internet access • Complimentary Express Start Breakfast • Complimentary Parking • Business Center • Guest Laundry • Meeting Room • Outdoor Pool • Fitness Center

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Oguide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzalesO GUERRA’S GRILL SATURDAY MONDAY-FRIDAY 10:30AM-9:00PM 10:30AM-3:00PM ROBERT & MARTHA JO GUERRA 1303 ST. LAWRENCE GONZALES, TEXAS 78629

BUSINESS - 830-672-6985

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Down Home Cooking Open at 6:00am • 7 Days a Week Daily Lunch Specials

830-672-0056

Hwy 90A Gonzales, Texas

Voted Best Restaurant In Town in 2013!

Reese’s Print Shop & Office Supplies Copy & Printing • Fax Service • Shipping Service • UPS/FedEx

www.biggestbook.com

bonnie@reesesprintshopgonzales.com

All Types of Printing

Access our catalog on-line. Create a shopping list. Email your list to shop@reesesprintshopgonzales.com!

OFFICE: 830.672.3922 • FAX: 830.672.3422 624 ST. PAUL STREET • GONZALES, TEXAS 78629

Prasek’s variety of smoked meats & cheese, Jerky, summer sausage & more • BlueBell Ice Cream • Breakfast Tacos 2068 S. US Hwy 183 • Gonzales, Texas • 830-672-1554 Open 7 Days A Week - 5am - 11pm

Patio & Live Music LUNCH: MON. thru FRI. – 11:00AM til 2:00PM DINNER: MON. thru SAT. - 600PM til 9:30PM BAR: MON. thru SAT. - 5:00PM til CLOSE BAR & GRILL: Closed Sundays

Downtown Gonzales 520 St. Paul St • Gonzales, Tx 78629 830-672-3647

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Oguide to gonzales O guide to gonzales O guide to gonzalesO rodeo mexican The Best Mexican Food and Best Service in the Town

Nuestra especialidad es: Tacos, Tortas, Platillos, Burrito Estillo Jalisco Carnitas, aqueas de Frutas Naturales, Caldo de Res y Caldo de Camaron Visitenos Ordenes para lievar (Carry Out):

(830) 672-2814

Ignacio Barajas, Owner OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 6am - 10pm 107N. St. Joseph St. Gonzales, Texas

Willi’s Grill The Perfect Mix of Pure Country & Mexican Cuisine

UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK – MONDAY THROUGH SUNDAY 10AM TO 9PM 2068 US HWY 183 | GONZALES, TX • 830-672-2221

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O guide to shiner O Cleanest Little City in Texas

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n the valley between the Lavaca and Guadalupe rivers, it began as an Indian settlement called "Half Moon." It was a place of ranchers and cattle, the railroad and Indians, outlaws and Texas Rangers -- and cotton was "King." Texas roots run deep in Shiner, Texas.

attractions include: THE SPOETZL BREWERY SAINTS CYRIL & METHODIUS CATHOLIC CHURCH GREEN-DICKSON MUNICIPAL PARK WELHAUSEN PARK CIGAR FACTORY AND GREEN CABIN MUSEUMS

Clothing • Accessories • Shoes • Purses • Jewelry Tues. – Fri. 11:00 am – 5:30 pm Sat. 10:00 – 4:00 pm 709 N. Ave. E | Shiner, TX 77984 361.649.2609

Turn to Page 39 for a Guide to Yoakum, Texas!!

2014 CINCH ALL STARS TEXAS JUNIOR HIGH CINCH RODEO TEAM 2013-2014: Bull Riding - Canyon Atkinson Tie Down - Tyler West Chute Dogging - John Michael Elliott Boys Goat Tying - Cutter Carpenter Boys Breakaway - Kolton Mazoch Ribbon Roping - Garrett Chick Team Roping - McCray Profili & Carlee Johnson

Girls Breakaway - Victoria Pineda Girls Goat Tying - Kenzee Kent Pole Bending - Aly Ghormley Barrels - Jessee Young Ribbon Runner - Anna Pickett & Kyndal Terry All Around - KennaHayes McNeill

CINCH TEAM CAPTAINS 2014: Kenna Hayes McNeill | Garrett Chick

CINCH LIGHT RIFLE TEAM 2014: Kaycee Cones

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TJHRA Official draw

Barrell Racing Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 204 CAMPBELL, BALEIGH STONEWALL, LA 5 2 479 RUSSELL, LEXIE LIBERTY HILL, TX 10 3 192 STEPHENS, MAGGIE GRAND SALINE, TX 4 4 132 HARMON, DANIELLE ABILENE, TX 3 5 293 SMITH, RYLIE WHITSETT, TX 6 6 294 STEINER, STEELY AUSTIN, TX 6 7 205 CHRISTIAN, MORGAN GARRISON, TX 5 8 467 LOVE, SALLY CRAWFORD, TX 10 9 122 COX, MIKAYLA ALVORD, TX 3 10 431 TAYLOR, DARCY BRYAN, TX 9 11 478 RODGERS, BRIDGIT WACO, TX 10 12 268 FREEMAN, BRINLEE EAGLE LAKE, TX 6 13 234 PLAISANCE, SARAH KEATCHIE, LA 5 14 425 SCHNEITER, TAYLAR DAYTON, TX 9 15 252 BINGHAM, EMILY SPRING BRANCH, TX 6 16 376 JANUARY, JORDYNN ORANGE GROVE, TX 8 17 312 COPE, CARLIE KATY, TX 7 18 180 KI LE, BRITTANY TEXARKANA, TX 4 19 34 LOPEZ, SNOW DALHART, TX 1 20 82 HOOPER, PAYDON ANDREWS, TX 2 21 342 SCHOOLEY, MADELYN GUY, TX 7 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 22 487 TOWNSEND, SLOAN FREDONIA, TX 10 23 35 LOWREY, LONDON PAMPA, TX 1 24 474 POWELL, KYLEIGH TROY, TX 10 25 28 JOHNSON, MATTEE MORSE, TX 1 26 77 GOOD, BRADI MIDLAND, TX 2 27 362 BLUNZTER, MARY GRACE ROBSTOWN, TX 8 28 415 HODGES, ZANDIE HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 29 471 NELSON, TATUM ALVARADO, TX 10 30 212 FERGUSON, BALEIGH FRIERSON, LA 5 31 59 BARRINGTON, CLARA NEW HOME, TX 2 32 94 MCNEILL, KENNA HAYES HOBBS, NM 2 33 50 TUCKER, GRACIE CANYON, TX 1 34 244 VAUGHN, KALIE CENTER, TX 5 35 101 RYAN, BAILEY OPLIN, TX 2 36 87 KENT, KENZEE SMYER, TX 2 37 174 DAVIS, MAISON KILGORE, TX 4 38 388 SCIBA, MAILE VICTORIA, TX 8 39 142 MANTOOTH , CHEYENNE DECATUR, TX 3 40 239 SMITH, KURSTON LOGANSPORT, LA 5 41 64 CHARLESWORTH, COLEE MARATHON, TX 2 42 429 STROADE, WHITTNEE DONIE, TX 9 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6.00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 43 16 FROST, T R TUCUMCARI, NM 1 44 241 STONE, NACONA JOAQUIN, TX 5 45 446 BATES, BRYNN LAMPASAS, TX 10 46 121 CLAYTON, CATHERI DUBLIN, TX 3 47 414 GHORMLEY, ALY MADISONVILLE, TX 9 48 357 BERRY, MCKAYLA ALICE, TX 8 49 169 CARROLL, CAITLYN WAXAHACHIE, TX 4 50 391 ST. CLAIR, SAYDI PORT LAVACA, TX 8 51 242 SUGGS, ABBIE JASPER, TX 5 52 385 RABALAIS, ALEX CORPUS CHRISTI, TX 8 53 131 HAMMOND, HANNAF ABILENE, TX 3 54 151 ROSS, FAITH LIPAN, TX 3 55 428 STAGGS, CARLY TEAGUE, TX 9 56 220 HORN, HALEY WELLS, TX 5 57 194 THOMPSON, SYDNE CALERA, OK 4 58 260 DAWSON, PAIGE BURTON, TX 6 59 346 SULAK, AVERY GANADO, TX 7 60 457 DUNLAP, BROOKE SALADO, TX 10 61 284 PEELER, ANNABETI- FLORESVILLE, TX 6 62 483 STANLEY, JENNIFEF HOLLAND, TX 10 63 196 WALLER, SAVANA COOPER, TX 4 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 64 199 YOUNG, JESSEE SUMNER, TX 4

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65 116 BERRY, MACI POOLVILLE, TX 3 66 462 HORTON, MAKIAH MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 67 159 WELLS, RYLEE JOSHUA, TX 3 68 11 DIDWAY, LEXI PAMPA, TX 1 69 197 WHARTON, TATUM MINERAL WELLS, TX 4 70 126 EDENS, JORDI GATESVILLE, TX 3 71 167 BUCHANAN, BLAIR PLANO, TX 4 72 4 FIELDS, AUBRIE SUDAN, TX 1 73 405 CASTLEBERRY, ASHLEY MONTGOMERY, TX 9 74 333 PHILLIPS, HANNAH KATY, TX 7 75 389 SMITH, EMMA PLEASANTON, TX 8 76 74 FORBES, FALLON O’DONNELL, TX 2 77 386 SANDIDGE, RAYNI BANDERA, TX 8 78 321 GUBERT, CHEYENNE HUNGERFORD, TX 7 79 374 HOELSCHER, REAGAN ROBSTOWN, TX 8 80 310 CHRISTIAN, MADDIE SUGAR LAND, TX 7 81 68 DICKSON, TEGAN SNYDER, TX 2 82 418 LAWSON, TAYLOR NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 83 128 FOWLER, LANEY SANGER, TX 3 84 179 JOHNSON, RAINEY GRANDVIEW, TX 4 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 85 282 MONTAGUE, CALLI BOERNE, TX 6 86 332 PHILLIPS, BAILEY WEST COLUMBIA, TX) 7 87 263 DOCKERY, SYDNEY KARNES CITY, TX 6 88 52 WELLS, ROBBYN HEREFORD, TX 1 89 279 MAREK, MAYCE JOURDANTON, TX 6 90 309 CARTER, NIKI CAT SPRING, TX 7 91 155 SEALY, SAIGE SAN SABA, TX 3 92 12 DIDWAY, REMI PAMPA, TX 1 93 344 SHOOK, MAKENNA NEEDVILLE, TX 7 94 264 DOUGLAS, EMILY LAVERNIA, TX 6 95 334 PHILLIPS, LACY BELLVILLE, TX 7 96 359 BLAHA, BRITNEY VICTORIA, TX 8 97 124 EAKES, LILLY CLEBURNE, TX 3 98 14 ESPENSON, SHELB\ HART, TX 1 99 426 SCOTT, BRITNEY JASPER, TX 9 100 58 BAIZE, ALLISON SAN ANGELO, TX 2 101 231 PALMORE, SOPHIE KIRBYVILLE, TX 5 102 402 BURLESON, KENZI MAGNOLIA, TX 9 boys Breakaway Roping Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 207 CRONE, TANNER WINNIE, TX 5 2 417 KETCHUM, TYLER MADISONVILLE, TX 9 3 170 CARTER, LAYNE CALERA, OK 4 4 369 GOMEZ, NOAH BEEVILLE, TX 8 5 137 INGLE, BLAYZ ABILENE, TX 3 6 297 TODDY, TY LAGRANGE, TX 6 7 141 MADRY, AUSTIN WEATHERFORD, TX 3 8 403 CARRANZA, SAMMY NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 9 453 DOWELL, COLTON LORENA, TX 10 10 410 FISHER, BRADFORD LIBERTY, TX 9 11 61 BEATY, LEVI ABERNATHY, TX 2 12 99 QUIGG, TITAN RANKIN, TX 2 13 228 MARTIN, SHANE CHIRENO, TX 5 14 307 BELKNAP, BRYCE ALVIN, TX 7 15 15 FRAZIER, DUSTY GRUVER, TX 1 16 216 GRIFFIN, BLAKE CENTER, TX 5 17 46 SHARP, JOHN LEVELLAND, TX 1 18 430 SULLIVAN, TRISTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 9 19 317 GARDNER, HAZE HITCHCOCK, TX 7 20 7 CAPE, HAYDEN SPRINGLAKE, TX 1 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 21 267 FIELDS, GARRETT ROSHARON, TX 6 22 394 UNDERBRINK, HUNTER PLEASANTON, TX 8 23 406 COLLINS, NICHOLAS BEDIAS, TX 9 24 404 CARTWRIGHT, TATER NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 25 316 GARDNER, BRENNAN HITCHCOCK, TX 7 26 458 ELMS, JUSTIN THORNDALE, TX 10

27 189 ROACH, TY LINDALE, TX 4 28 225 LEE, CHRISTIAN NACOGDOCHES, TX 5 29 188 RIEKEN, RILEY ARP, TX 4 30 311 CLIPPER, CHANCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 31 22 HILL, KELTON CANADIAN, TX 1 32 115 BAKER, TANNER ALVORD, TX 3 33 335 PHILLIPS, NASH WEST COLUMBIA, TX 7 34 469 MAGNUS, TRUMAN MASON, TX 10 35 459 FLEET, PARKER AXTELL, TX 10 36 113 ALLEN, CHISUM MENARD, TX 3 37 158 VANCE, JAKE JOSHUA, TX 3 38 185 PROFILI, KADEN JACKSONVILLE, TX 4 39 382 MEZA, JUAN ZAPATA, TX 8 40 106 WEATHERMAN, KADE BALMORHEA, TX 2 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 41 281 MITCHELL, WELLS STOCKDALE, TX 6 42 326 LIVANEC, WESTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 43 177 GUNTER, TC CUSHING, TX 4 44 41 POWELL, HAYDEN ROGERS, NM 1 45 273 HERNDON, TRACE GONZALES, TX 6 46 176 GALYEAN, CREIGHTON FLINT, TX 4 47 313 DAVIS, XAVIER SIMONTON, TX 7 48 434 WEBB, RILEY BUFFALO, TX 9 49 105 STEWART, STRAN STANTON, TX 2 50 98 PRINCE, KADEN SNYDER, TX 2 51 285 POLLOCK, WILL UTOPIA, TX 6 52 119 BRITAIN, CHANCE STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 53 475 PROFILI, MCCRAY ANDERSON, TX 10 54 206 COGBILL, CADE ORANGE, TX 5 55 209 DAWSON, GARRETT KIRBYVILLE, TX 5 56 223 KEY, KANE GARRISON, TX 5 57 175 DUNHAM, DANIEL CLARKSVILLE, TX 4 58 266 EVANS, TY NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 6 59 360 BLAHA, CHRIS VICTORIA, TX 8 60 271 HARTMANN, MCKADE FLORESVILLE, TX Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 61 168 CARPENTER, CUTTER ATHENS, TX 4 62 143 MILLER, TALLAN BRIDGEPORT, TX 3 63 493 WILLIAMS, LEANDER THORNDALE, TX 10 64 377 KING, COLEMAN SANDIA, TX 8 65 305 ATKINSON, CONNOR NEEDVILLE, TX 7 66 104 SHAW, JONATHAN MIDLAND, TX 2 67 78 GREENE, COLTON ROCKSPRINGS, TX 2 68 45 RUSSELL, TAYLOR CANADIAN, TX 1 69 125 EDDLEMAN, WILL SANTA ANNA, TX 3 70 118 BRAY, WYATT GRANBURY, TX 3 71 447 BIERSCHWALE, WHITT MASON, TX 10 72 274 HINES, JESSE DEVINE, TX 6 73 83 HORTENSTINE, HUNTER BRONTE, TX 2 74 238 SCARBOROUGH, SHANE DIBOLL, TX 5 75 494 WRIGHT, JACE OGLESBY, TX 10 76 358 BIGBEE, KADE WAELDER, TX 8 77 187 RHODES, TY DEQUEEN, AR 4 78 465 LAFOUNTAIN, LAIN ALVARADO, TX 10 79 265 DUCKETT, CUTTER WIMBERLEY, TX 6 80 5 BLAND, JACE TURKEY, TX 1 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 81 308 BOETTCHER, CADE EAST BERNARD, TX 7 82 259 DARNELL, BOBBY WEIMAR, TX 6 83 42 RANKIN, BRODY ROARING SPRINGS, TX 1 84 325 KROLCZYK, SHAYNE CYPRESS, TX 7 85 353 ALLEN, TYLER COTULLA, TX 8 86 33 LITTLE, KAYDEN TATUM, NM 1 87 456 DREYER, HUNTER VALLEY MILLS, TX 10 88 222 KAHLA, JAKE JASPER, TX 5 89 160 WILLIAMS, LUKE WEATHERFORD, TX 3 90 24 HUDDLESTON, KOOPER MEMPHIS, TX 91 408 ENDERLI, CASH LIBERTY, TX 9 92 401 BRICE, CEDRICK MADDISONVILLE, TX 9 93 95 MOORE, DRYON MONAHANS, TX 94 92 MANAHAN, LANHAM TUSCOLA, TX 2

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95 182 MCDANIEL, KYLE FORT WORTH, TX 4 96 367 FRETWELL, CASH PLEASANTON, TX 8 97 395 WILLIAMS, MILES SABINAL, TX 8 98 379 LAMARCA, TRAY GEORGE WEST, TX 8 Boys Goat Tying Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 1 EPPRIGHT, CULLEN COST, TX 6 2 119 BRITAIN, CHANCE STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 3 325 KROLCZYK, SHAYNE CYPRESS, TX 7 4 42 RANKIN, BRODY ROARING SPRINGS, Tx 1 5 404 CARTWRIGHT, TATER NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 6 145 MYERS, HOLDEN VAN, TX 3 7 115 BAKER, TANNER ALVORD, TX 3 8 189 ROACH, TY LINDALE, TX 4 9 5 BLAND, JACE TURKEY, TX 1 10 187 RHODES, TY DEQUEEN, AR 4 11 62 BENNETT, BRENDAN NOTREES, TX 2 12 177 GUNTER, TC CUSHING, TX 4 13 210 DEMENT, KOLT RUSK, TX 5 14 21 HIATT, QUADE CANYON, TX 1 15 465 LAFOUNTAIN, LAIN ALVARADO, TX 10 16 464 KORTIS, KUTTER GATESVILLE, TX 10 17 408 ENDERLI, CASH LIBERTY, TX 9 18 491 WEITZ, CHET LONDON, TX 10 19 168 CARPENTER, CUTTER ATHENS, TX 4 20 267 FIELDS, GARRETT ROSHARON, TX 6 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 21 326 LIVANEC, WESTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 22 195 VARNER, TAYLOR MANNFORD, OK 4 23 139 KOCH, KASH VERNON, TX 3 24 60 BAUGH, BRODY MENARD, TX 2 25 81 HANDLEY, TYLER ODESSA, TX 2 26 120 CARTER, GRANT SANTO, TX 3 27 207 CRONE, TANNER WINNIE, TX 5 28 275 HOWARD, MASON STOCKDALE, TX 6 29 434 WEBB, RILEY BUFFALO, TX 9 30 216 GRIFFIN, BLAKE CENTER, TX 5 31 430 SULLIVAN, TRISTAN CENTERVILLE, TX 9 32 368 GILLESPIE, CODY PLEASANTON, TX 8 33 258 CROW, CASEY LAVERNIA, TX 6 34 377 KING, COLEMAN SANDIA, TX 8 35 371 GONZALEZ, ALEJANDRO ZAPATA, TX 8 36 448 BOATRIGHT, LEVI GEORGETOWN, TX 10 37 347 TAYLOR, CAYSON YOAKUM, TX 7 38 314 ELLIOTT, JOHN MICHAEL ALVIN, TX 7 39 328 MAZOCH, KOLTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 40 381 MEYER, SCOTT SANDIA, TX 8 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 41 136 HUFFMAN, ZANE POOLVILLE, TX 3 42 222 KAHLA, JAKE JASPER, TX 5 43 427 SILAR, WES DONIEE, TX 9 44 104 SHAW, JONATHAN MIDLAND, TX 2 45 311 CLIPPER, CHANCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 46 170 CARTER, LAYNE CALERA, OK 4 47 290 SCHUSTER, STETSON BRACKETVILLE, TX 6 48 367 FRETWELL, CASH PLEASANTON, TX 8 49 392 TOVAR, HECTOR EL INDIO, TX 8 50 40 ODOM, CRAIG HAPPY, TX 1 51 20 HARTER, CODY AMARILLO, TX 1 52 137 INGLE, BLAYZ ABILENE, TX 3 53 394 UNDERBRINK, HUNTER PLEASANTON, TX 8 54 419 LUKE, SPUR WILLIS, TX 9 55 255 CLEMONS, JAE’VON SEGUIN, TX 6 56 305 ATKINSON, CONNOR NEEDVILLE, TX 7 57 259 DARNELL, BOBBY WEIMAR, TX 6 58 129 FREEMAN, JARETT TOLAR, TX 3 59 444 BALDWIN, TY GROESBECK, TX 10 60 10 CLEMENTS, SPENCER VEGA, TX 1


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Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 61 214 GIROUARD, WYATT WINNIE, TX 5 62 475 PROFILI, MCCRAY ANDERSON, TX 10 63 103 SENTER, SUTTON ROPESVILLE, TX 2 64 281 MITCHELL, WELLS STOCKDALE, TX 6 65 88 KERNICK, TREVOR BIG SPRING, TX 2 66 285 POLLOCK, WILL UTOPIA, TX 6 67 107 WEST, TYLER MERTZON, TX 2 68 182 MCDANIEL, KYLE FORT WORTH, TX 4 69 32 LACINA, TRUE AMARILLO, TX 1 70 246 WALLACE, THOMAS CUSHING, TX 5 71 306 BANE, CAMERON CALDWELL, TX 7 72 206 COGBILL, CADE ORANGE, TX 5 73 44 RICE, KORBIN HOBBS, NM 1 74 450 CHICK, GARETT SALADO, TX 10 75 152 SAWIN, BRYANT VERNON, TX 3 76 331 OATES, GARRETT HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 77 98 PRINCE, KADEN SNYDER, TX 2 78 278 MACIAS, KALEB FLORESVILLE, TX 6 79 459 FLEET, PARKER AXTELL, TX 10 80 209 DAWSON, GARRETT KIRBYVILLE, TX 5 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2013) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2013) Performance 81 118 BRAY, WYATT GRANBURY, TX 3 82 383 MOORE, LOGAN PLEASANTON, TX 8 83 43 RICE, JABIN HOBBS, NM 1 84 323 KOEHN, GARRISON WEIMAR, TX 7 85 423 ROUNDTREE, BRAD NORTH ZULCH, TX 9 86 223 KEY, KANE GARRISON, TX 5 87 380 LANSFORD, BRANDO COTULLA, TX 8 88 36 MCCARLEY, COLTON HAPPY, TX 1

89 422 PECK, GATLIN HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 90 113 ALLEN, CHISUM MENARD, TX 3 91 78 GREENE, COLTON ROCKSPRINGS, TX 2 92 99 QUIGG, TITAN RANKIN, TX 2 93 424 ROUNDTREE, BRYCE NORTH ZULCH, TX 9 94 172 CLARK, GARRETT KEMP, TX 4 95 393 UNDERBRINK, FISHEI PLEASANTON, TX 8 96 445 BARTON, CHANDLER CAMERON, TX 10 97 229 MCCALL, KASEN LUFKIN, TX 5

19 372 HAUSLER, RILEY DEVINE, TX 8 20 37 MCCASLIN, CALEB CHOCTAW, OK 1 21 292 SIBERT, ZANE BUDA, TX 6 22 47 SMITH, DALEN SAYRE, OK 1 23 463 HUGHES, RIGGEN KEMPNER, TX 10 24 354 AREVALO, GILBERT FALFURRIAS, TX 8 25 306 BANE, CAMERON CALDWELL, TX 7 26 97 OCHOA, AARON ODESSA, TX 2 27 182 MCDANIEL, KYLE FORT WORTH, TX 4

BULL RIDING Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 236 RUSTIN, SETH NACOGDOCHES, TX 5 2 39 MEARS, JEREMY PAMPA, TX 1 3 482 SMITH, KYLER GATESVILLE, TX 10 4 29 KEATHLEY, CODY SWEETWATER, OK 1 5 221 JOHNSON, STRAN SHREVEPORT, LA 5 6 48 SWANSON, ROWDY DUNCAN, OK 1 7 254 PADGETT, CLAY CEDAR CREEK, TX 6 8 17 GLEAVES, DAWSON AMARILLO, TX 1 9 245 WALLACE, MATTHEW LUFKIN, TX 5 10 380 LANSFORD, BRANDON COTULLA, TX 8 11 23 HOPPER, JESSE MANGUM, OK 1 12 81 HANDLEY, TYLER ODESSA, TX 2 13 355 ATKINSON, KEITH KARNES CITY, TX 8 Thursday Night PM (May 29, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 14 214 GIROUARD, WYATT WINNIE, TX 5 15 373 HENNIG, L.C. MATHIS, TX 8 16 480 SHADDEN, COLTON DUBLIN, TX 10 17 421 MCCONNELL, FALCON CONROE, TX 9 18 57 ATKINSON, CANYON BIG SPRINGS, TX 2

CHUTE DOGGING Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 1 393 UNDERBRINK, FISHER PLEASANTON, TX 8 2 266 EVANS, TY NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 6 3 92 MANAHAN, LANHAM TUSCOLA, TX 2 4 276 ISELT, CLAY LINCOLN, TX 6 5 88 KERNICK, TREVOR BIG SPRING, TX 2 6 253 BOYD, DALTON VANDERPOOL, TX 6 7 31 KENNEY, JAX CANYON, TX 1 8 38 MCKEE, AUSTIN BORGER, TX 1 9 93 MCCARTY, GAGE CARLSBAD, TX 2 10 328 MAZOCH, KOLTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 11 286 REITZ, HAYDEN GOLIAD, TX 6 12 246 WALLACE, THOMAS CUSHING, TX 5 13 60 BAUGH, BRODY MENARD, TX 2 14 470 MORROW, BRAYDON CLIFTON, TX 10 15 434 WEBB, RILEY BUFFALO, TX 9 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 16 217 HAMILTON, JOSH JOAQUIN, TX 5 17 422 PECK, GATLIN HUNTSVILLE, 1 9 18 380 LANSFORD, BRANE COTULLA, TX 8

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48 445 BARTON, CHANDLE CAMERON, TX 10 49 145 MYERS, HOLDEN VAN, TX 3 50 277 JEFFREY, JASPER HARWOOD, TX 6 51 427 SILAR, WES DONIEE, TX 9 52 392 TOVAR, HECTOR EL INDIO, TX 8 53 113 ALLEN, CH ►SUM MENARD, TX 3 54 283 NETTLE, RYAN BRENHAM, TX 6 55 89 KIBBE, CLAYTON ALPINE, TX 2 56 243 THOMAS, KY ELKHART, TX 5 57 314 ELLIOTT, JOHN MIC ALVIN, TX 7 58 476 RASCH, CAL MASON, TX 10 59 76 GIBSON, CHARLIE MIDLAND, TX 2 60 9 CLARK, RY MORSE, TX 1 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 61 236 RUSTIN, SETH NACOGDOCHES, TX 5 62 347 TAYLOR, CAYSON YOAKUM, TX 7 63 326 LIVANEC, WESTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 64 295 SVOBODA, MILES GONZALES, TX 6 65 233 PHIFER, SETH NACOGDOCHES, TX 5 66 450 CHICK, GARETT SALADO, TX 10 67 215 GREEN, EVAN LUFKIN, TX 5 68 207 CRONE, TANNER WINNIE, TX 5 69 79 GRIFFIN, JACK ELDORADO, TX 2 70 331 OATES, GARRETT HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 71 258 CROW, CASEY LAVERNIA, TX 6 72 7 CAPE, HAYDEN SPRINGLAKE, TX 1 73 404 CARTWRIGHT, TAT NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 74 211 DOVER, KAMERON JASPER, TX 5 75 206 COGBILL, CADE ORANGE, TX 5 76 466 LATRAY, BRODY GROESBECK, TX 10 77 441 ALLEN, JW GOLDTHWAITE, TX 10 78 491 WEITZ, CHET LONDON, TX 10

Girls Breakaway Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 6 BUTLER, LAYTON ELDORADO, OK 1 2 449 CANTU, KAYLEE INEZ, TX 10 3 94 MCNEILL, KENNA HAYES HOBBS, NM 2 4 432 THOMAS, SAVANNA DONIE, TX 9 5 144 MUNSTER, SYDNEY GRANBURY, TX 3 6 156 SORRELL, SADIE BURNEYVILLE, OK 3 7 361 BLAIR, SERAH KATE CHARLOTTE , TX 8 8 220 HORN, HALEY WELLS, TX 5 9 199 YOUNG, JESSEE SUMNER, TX 4 10 197 WHARTON, TATUM MINERAL WELLS, TX 4 11 153 SAWIN, LINDSEY VERNON, TX 3 12 133 HEADSTREAM, JESSE STEPHENVILLE TX 3 13 389 SMITH, EMMA PLEASANTON, TX 8 14 174 DAVIS, MAISON KILGORE, TX 4 15 68 DICKSON, TEGAN SNYDER, TX 2 16 487 TOWNSEND, SLOAN FREDONIA, TX 10 17 77 GOOD, BRADI MIDLAND, TX 2 18 3 CHAMPION, IMA BUFFALO, TX 5 19 196 WALLER, SAVANA COOPER, TX 4 20 461 HALFORD, NEELY STEPHENVILLE, TX 10 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 21 18 HALEY, MADISON CANYON, TX 1 22 428 STAGGS, CARLY TEAGUE, TX 9 23 263 DOCKERY, SYDNEY KARNES CITY, TX 6 24 8 CARROLL, BLAINE CROWELL, TX 1 25 426 SCOTT, BRITNEY JASPER, TX 9 26 462 HORTON, MAKIAH MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 27 108 WEYERTS, SHANON FORT STOCKTON , TX 2 28 346 SULAK, AVERY GANADO, TX 7 29 340 RAWLINSON, KIRBY EL CAMPO, TX 7 30 336 PINEDA, CASSIDY CALDWELL, TX 7 31 19 HAMILL, JOEI LUBBOCK, TX 1 32 86 KENNEDY, BRECKLYN LEVELLAND, TX 2 33 293 SMITH, RYLIE WHITSETT, TX 6 34 282 MONTAGUE, CALLI BOERNE, TX 6

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35 342 SCHOOLEY, MADELYN GUY, TX 7 36 173 COOPER, PEYTON IVANHOE, TX 4 37 52 WELLS, ROBBYN HEREFORD, TX 1 38 224 LAFLEUR, CHELSEA DEVERS, TX 5 39 315 FRENZEL, JACEY EDNA, TX 7 40 121 CLAYTON , CATHERINE DUBLIN, TX 3 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 41 208 DAVIS, REAGAN ALTO, TX 5 42 479 RUSSELL, LEXIE LIBERTY HILL, TX 10 43 388 SCIBA, MAILE VICTORIA, TX 8 44 186 REAVES, KRISTIN BULLARD, TX 4 45 332 PHILLIPS, BAILEY WEST COLUMBIA, TX 7 46 337 PINEDA, VICTORIA CALDWELL, TX 7 47 376 JANUARY, JORDYNN ORANGE GROVE, TX 8 48 485 TERRY, KYNDAL CLEBURNE, TX 10 49 405 CASTLEBERRY ASHLEY MONTGOMERY, TX 9 50 415 HODGES, ZANDIE HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 51 64 CHARLES WORTH COLEE MARATHON, TX 2 52 237 SAVOIE, SYDNEY ORANGE, TX 5 53 240 SMITH, SAVANNA LOGANSPORT, LA 5 54 250 BASS CHARLSEY RAE WIMBERELY, TX 6 55 333 PHILLIPS, HANNAH KATY, TX 7 56 87 KENT, KENZEE SMYER, TX 2 57 300 ZAPALAC, AVA SMITHVILLE, TX 6 58 452 DAVIS, ABIGAIL BURLESON, TX 10 59 279 MAREK, MAYCE JOURDANTON, TX 6 60 235 RAMSEY, EMILY MANSFIELD, LA 5 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 61 284 PEELER, ANNABETH FLORESVILLE TX 6 62 490 WARD, CATLYN MILES, TX 10 63 117 BRAY, PRESLI STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 64 362 BLUNZTER, MARY GRACE ROBSTOWN, TX 8 65 12 DIDWAY, REMI PAMPA, TX 1 66 155 SEALY, SAIGE SAN SABA, TX 3 67 414 GHORMLEY, ALY MADISONVILLE, TX 9 68 218 HONEA, GRACIE GARRISON, TX 5 69 100 RICE, MADDY LOVINGTON, NM 2 70 429 STROADE, WHITTNEE DONIE, TX 9 71 264 DOUGLAS, EMILY LAVERNIA, TX 6 72 35 LOWREY, LONDON PAMPA, TX 1 73 483 STANLEY, JENNIFER HOLLAND, TX 10 74 2 ATKINSON, MOLLY ANDERSON, TX 7 75 486 THOMAS, BRITTNE VENUS, TX 10 76 130 GIFFORD, AUDREY GUSTINE, TX 3 77 69 DUBOSE, KALLI ABERNATHY, TX 2 78 260 DAWSON, PAIGE BURTON, TX 6 79 412 GARRETT, JESSICA BRYAN, TX 9 80 14 ESPENSON, SHELBY HART, TX 1 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 81 418 LAWSON, TAYLOR NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 82 50 TUCKER, GRACIE CANYON, TX 1 83 431 TAYLOR, DARCY BRYAN, TX 9 84 241 STONE, NACONA JOAQUIN, TX 5 85 178 INGLE, KYLA SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX 4 86 96 NEUENSCHWANDER TAYLOR LUBBOCK, TX 2 87 4 FIELDS, AUBRIE SUDAN, TX 1 88 310 CHRISTIAN, MADDIE SUGAR LAND, TX 7 89 148 PICKETT, ANNA SAN ANGELO, TX 3 90 126 EDENS, JORDI GATESVILLE, TX 3 91 391 ST. CLAIR, SAYDI PORT LAVACA, TX 8 92 183 NALLS, AUDREY VVAXAHACHIE, TX 4 93 256 CONES, KAYCEE WILLIS, TX 6 94 227 LUMMUS, EMMI ORANGEFIELD, TX 5 Girls Goat Tying Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance

1 241 STONE, NACONA JOAQUIN, TX 5 2 428 STAGGS, CARLY TEAGUE, TX 9 3 230 MURRAY, AUTUMN BROOKELAND, Tx 5 4 264 DOUGLAS, EMILY LAVERNIA, TX 6 5 71 DUNN, SOPHIE ODESSA, TX 2 6 402 BURLESON, KENZI MAGNOLIA, TX 9 7 179 JOHNSON, RAINEY GRANDVIEW, TX 4 8 4 FIELDS, AUBRIE SUDAN, TX 1 9 208 DAVIS, REAGAN ALTO, TX 5 10 362 BLUNZTER, MARY GRACE ROBSTOWN, TX 8 11 340 RAWLINSON, KIRBY EL CAMPO, TX 7 12 8 CARROLL, BLAINE CROWELL, TX 1 13 366 FIGUEROVA, KALISTA VICTORIA, TX 8 14 344 SHOOK, MAKENNA NEEDVILLE, TX 7 15 490 WARD, CATLYN MILES, TX 10 16 135 HINDMAN, SHAYLEE POOLVILLE, TX 3 17 414 GHORMLEY, ALY MADISONVILLE, TX 9 18 337 PINEDA, VICTORIA CALDWELL, TX 7 19 280 MCCLAUGHERTY, CAROLINE BANDERA, TX 6 20 12 DIDWAY, REMI PAMPA, TX 1 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2013) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 31, 2013) Performance 21 376 JANUARY, JORDYNN ORANGE GROVE, TX 8 22 431 TAYLOR, DARCY BRYAN, TX 9 23 126 EDENS, JORDI GATESVILLE, TX 3 24 333 PHILLIPS, HANNAH KATY, TX 7 25 455 DOWNING, RALEY TROY, TX 10 26 485 TERRY, KYNDAL CLEBURNE, TX 10 27 284 PEELER, ANNABETH FLORESVILLE, TX 6 28 341 RICE, ROBBIN SEALY, TX 7 29 483 STANLEY, JENNIFER HOLLAND, TX 10 30 219 HONEA, LANIE GARRISON, TX 5 31 186 REAVES, KRISTIN BULLARD, TX 4 32 279 MAREK, MAYCE JOURDANTON, TX 6 33 184 NICHOLS, BETH GOLDEN, TX 4 34 412 GARRETT, JESSICA BRYAN, TX 9 35 199 YOUNG, JESSEE SUMNER, TX 4 36 156 SORRELL, SADIE BURNEYVILLE, OK 3 37 14 ESPENSON, SHELBY HART, TX 1 38 180 KILE, BRITTANY TEXARKANA, TX 4 39 27 JOHNSON, KATE ABERNATHY, TX 1 40 144 MUNSTER, SYDNEY GRANBURY, TX 3 Tuesday Morning 9 00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 41 3 CHAMPION, IMA BUFFALO, TX 5 42 68 DICKSON, TEGAN SNYDER, TX 2 43 2 ATKINSON, MOLLY ANDERSON, TX 7 44 155 SEALY, SAIGE SAN SABA, TX 3 45 167 BUCHANAN, BLAIR PLANO, TX 4 46 35 LOWREY, LONDON PAMPA, TX 1 47 159 WELLS, RYLEE JOSHUA, TX 3 48 293 SMITH, RYLIE WHITSETT, TX 6 49 473 PAVELOCK, MCKENNA ANDERSON, TX 10 50 218 HONEA, GRACIE GARRISON, TX 5 51 282 MONTAGUE, CALLI BOERNE, TX 6 52 82 HOOPER, PAYDON ANDREWS, TX 2 53 50 TUCKER, GRACIE CANYON, TX 1 54 387 SCIBA, ANNA VICTORIA, TX 8 55 462 HORTON, MAKIAH MINERAL WELLS, TX 10 56 486 THOMAS, BRITTNE VENUS, TX 10 57 19 HAMILL, JOEI LUBBOCK, TX 1 58 100 RICE, MADDY LOVINGTON, NM 2 59 127 EDMONDSON HALLIE ROSE MC CAWLEY, TX 3 60 178 INGLE, KYLA SULPHUR SPRINGS TX 4 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 61 226 LILES, ADDIE POLLOK, TX 5 62 174 DAVIS, MAISON KILGORE, TX 4 63 6 BUTLER, LAYTON ELDORADO, OK 1 64 257 COWAN, CAMERON SHINER, TX 6 65 220 HORN, HALEY WELLS, TX 5

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66 94 MCNEILL, KENNA HAYES HOBBS, NM 2 67 16 FROST, T R TUCUMCARI, NM 1 68 64 CHARLESWORTH, COLEE MARATHON, TX 2 69 426 SCOTT, BRITNEY JASPER, TX 9 70 391 ST. CLAIR, SAYDI PORT LAVACA, TX 8 71 385 RABALAIS, ALEX CORPUS CHRISTI TX 8 72 263 DOCKERY, SYDNEY KARNES CITY, TX 6 73 449 CANTU, KAYLEE INEZ, TX 10 74 237 SAVOIE, SYDNEY ORANGE, TX 5 75 153 SAWIN, LINDSEY VERNON, TX 3 76 478 RODGERS, BRIDGIT WACO, TX 10 77 87 KENT, KENZEE SMYER, TX 2 78 479 RUSSELL, LEXIE LIBERTY HILL, TX 10 79 415 HODGES, ZANDIE HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 80 336 PINEDA, CASSIDY CALDWELL, TX 7 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 81 196 WALLER, SAVANA COOPER, TX 4 82 197 WHARTON, TATUM MINERAL WELLS, TX 4 83 262 DECKERT, KACEY INEZ, TX 6 84 407 DUNN, LYNDIE MIDWAY, TX 9 85 77 GOOD, BRADI MIDLAND, TX 2 86 117 BRAY, PRESLI STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 87 315 FRENZEL, JACEY EDNA, TX 7 88 343 SCOTT, SAMI CALDWELL, TX 7 89 260 DAWSON, PAIGE BURTON, TX 6 90 364 BRYCE, MACKENZIE FALFURRIAS, TX 8 91 346 SULAK, AVERY GANADO, TX 7 92 121 CLAYTON, CATHERINE DUBLIN, TX 3 93 388 SCIBA, MAILE VICTORIA, TX 8 94 108 WEYERTS, SHANON FORT STOCKTON, TX 2 95 386 SANDIDGE, RAYNI BANDERA, TX 8 96 390 SPIVEY, SAGE VICTORIA, TX 8 97 213 FOLEY, MACKENZIE LUFKIN, TX 5 98 102 SENTER, SAYER ROPESVILLE, TX 2 99 384 PUIG, JORDAN LAREDO, TX 8 Pole Bending Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30 31, 2014) Performance 1 242 SUGGS, ABBIE JASPER, TX 5 2 385 RABALAIS, ALEX CORPUS CHRISTI TX 8 3 391 ST. CLAIR, SAYDI PORT LAVACA TX 8 4 198 WILLIE, RAYLEE MINEOLA, TX 4 5 483 STANLEY, JENNIFER HOLLAND, TX 10 6 388 SCIBA, MAILE VICTORIA, TX 8 7 169 CARROLL, CAITLYN WAXAHACHIE, TX 4 8 296 TIEKEN, HAYLEY FLORESVILLE, TX 6 9 213 FOLEY, MACKENZIE LUFKIN, TX 5 10 263 DOCKERY, SYDNEY KARNES CITY, TX 6 11 415 HODGES, ZANDIE HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 12 333 PHILLIPS, HANNAH KATY, TX 7 13 334 PHILLIPS, LACY BELLVILLE, TX 7 14 390 SPIVEY, SAGE VICTORIA, TX 8 15 28 JOHNSON, MATTEE MORSE, TX 1 16 30 KENNEY, JADE CANYON, TX 1 17 116 BERRY, MACI POOLVILLE, TX 3 18 100 RICE, MADDY LOVINGTON, NM 2 19 384 PUIG, JORDAN LAREDO, TX 8 20 279 MAREK, MAYCE JOURDANTON, TX 6 21 14 ESPENSON, SHELBY HART, TX 1 Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 22 411 FLEMING, SKYLAR BRYAN, TX 9 23 324 KORENEK, BRAIDYN WALLIS, TX 7 24 418 LAWSON, TAYLOR NEW WAVERLY TX 9 25 11 DIDWAY, LEXI PAMPA, TX 1 26 280 MCCLAUGHERTY, CAROLINE BANDERA, TX 6 27 16 FROST, T R TUCUMCARI, NM 1 28 12 DIDWAY, REMI PAMPA, TX 1 29 260 DAWSON, PAIGE BURTON, TX 6 30 310 CHRISTIAN, MADDIE SUGAR LAND, TX 7 31 148 PICKETT, ANNA SAN ANGELO, TX 3


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32 319 GREGORY ALEKSANDRA WALLIS, TX 7 33 167 BUCHANAN, BLAIR PLANO, TX 4 34 159 WELLS, RYLEE JOSHUA, TX 3 35 321 GUBERT, CHEYENNE HUNGERFORD, TX 7 36 205 CHRISTIAN, MORGAN GARRISON, TX 5 37 63 BUTLER, MAKAYLEE POST, TX 2 38 490 WARD, CATLYN MILES, TX 10 39 339 RAMSEY, KATELYN DAMON, TX 7 40 232 PERKINS, HARLEY JO KOUNTZE, TX 5 41 264 DOUGLAS, EMILY LAVERNIA, TX 6 42 400 ANDERSON, WHITNEY HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 43 299 WOOD, MADDIE BOERNE, TX 6 44 420 MATHESON, HANNAH WILLIS, TX 9 45 174 DAVIS, MAISON KILGORE, TX 4 46 126 EDENS, JORDI GATESVILLE, TX 3 47 134 HERRING, ANNIE GRAFORD, TX 3 48 108 WEYERTS, SHANON FORT STOCICION TX 2 49 197 WHARTON, TATUM MINERAL WELLS , TX 4 50 66 CORBELL, RILEE STANTON, TX 2 51 389 SMITH, EMMA PLEASANTON, TX 8 52 426 SCOTT, BRITNEY JASPER, TX 9 53 226 LILES, ADDIE POLLOK, TX 5 54 467 LOVE, SALLY CRAWFORD, TX 10 55 128 FOWLER, LANEY SANGER, TX 3 56 478 RODGERS, BRIDGIT WACO, TX 10 57 309 CARTER, NIKI CAT SPRING, TX 7 58 227 LUMMUS, EMMI ORANGEFIELD, TX 5 59 52 WELLS, ROBBYN HEREFORD, TX 1 60 180 KILE, BRITTANY TEXARKANA, TX 4 61 155 SEALY, SAIGE SAN SABA, TX 3 62 94 MCNEILL, KENNA HAYES HOBBS, NM 2 63 282 MONTAGUE, CALLI BOERNE, TX 6

Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 64 241 STONE, NACONA JOAQUIN, TX 5 65 50 TUCKER, GRACIE CANYON, TX 1 66 196 WALLER, SAVANA COOPER, TX 4 67 378 LAMARCA, KAILIE GEORGE WEST, TX 8 68 194 THOMPSON, SYDNEY CALERA, OK 4 69 208 DAVIS, REAGAN ALTO, TX 5 70 474 POWELL, KYLEIGH TROY, TX 10 71 234 PLAISANCE, SARAH KEATCHIE, LA 5 72 293 SMITH, RYLIE WHITSETT, TX 6 73 124 EAKES, LILLY CLEBURNE, TX 3 74 457 DUNLAP, BROOKE SALADO, TX 10 75 363 BROWN, MADISON ROBSTOWN, TX 8 76 178 INGLE, KYLA SULPHUR SPRINGS TX 4 77 192 STEPHENS, MAGGIE GRAND SALINE, TX 4 78 121 CLAYTON, CATHERINE DUBLIN, TX 3 79 431 TAYLOR, DARCY BRYAN, TX 9 80 34 LOPEZ, SNOW DALHART, TX 1 81 346 SULAK, AVERY GANADO, TX 7 82 131 HAMMOND, HANNAH ABILENE, TX 3 83 289 SCHOTT, MIRANDA LAKE HILLS, TX 6 84 77 GOOD, BRADI MIDLAND, TX 2 Wednesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6.00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 85 485 TERRY, KYNDAL CLEBURNE, TX 10 86 414 GHORMLEY, ALY MADISONVILLE, TX 9 87 212 FERGUSON, BALEIGH FRIERSON, LA 5 88 87 KENT, KENZEE SMYER, TX 2 89 357 BERRY, MCKAYLA ALICE, TX 8 90 338 POORMAN, SHELBY KATY, TX 7 91 64 CHARLESWORTH, COLEE MARATHON, TX 2 92 4 FIELDS, AUBRIE SUDAN, TX 1

93 428 STAGGS, CARLY TEAGUE, TX 9 94 449 CANTU, KAYLEE INEZ, TX 10 95 425 SCHNEITER, TAYLAR DAYTON, TX 9 96 85 JONES, RAYME LAMESA, TX 2 97 487 TOWNSEND, SLOAN FREDONIA, TX 10 98 68 DICKSON, TEGAN SNYDER, TX 2 99 479 RUSSELL, LEXIE LIBERTY HILL, TX 10 100 365 CORONA, MOLLY MISSION, TX 8

Ribbon Roping Monday Morning 9:00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 138 KITCHENS, WHIT MULLIN, TX 3 EDENS, JORDI 126 GATESVILLE, TX 2 120 CARTER, GRANT SANTO, TX 3 FOWLER, LANEY 128 SANGER, TX 3 40 ODOM, CRAIG HAPPY, TX 1 TUCKER, GRACIE 50 CANYON, TX 4 444 BALDWIN, TY GROESBECK, TX 10 VILLA, KAITLIN 488 TEAGUE, TX 5 305 ATKINSON, CONNOR NEEDVILLE, TX 7 ATKINSON, MOLLY 2 ANDERSON, TX 6 215 GREEN, EVAN LUFKIN TX 5 LILES, ADDIE 226 POLLOK, TX 7 475 PROFILI, MCCRAY ANDERSON, TX 10 PAVELOCK, MCKENNA 473 ANDERSON, TX 8 185 PROFILI, KADEN JACKSONVILLE, TX 4 SIEBER, HARLEY 191 TYLER, TX 9 285 POLLOCK, WILL UTOPIA, TX 6 CONES, KAYCEE 256 WILLIS, TX 10 459 FLEET, PARKER AXTELL, TX 10 TERRY, KYNDAL 485 CLEBURNE, TX 11 394 UNDERBRINK, HUNTER PLEASANTON, TX 8 BERRY, MCKAYLA 357 ALICE, TX

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12 392 TOVAR, HECTOR EL INDIO, TX 8 SCIBA, ANNA 387 VICTORIA, TX 13 113 ALLEN, CHISUM MENARD, TX 3 SEALY, SAIGE 155 SAN SABA, TX 14 454 DOWNING, CLAYTON TROY, TX 10 DOWNING, RALEY 455 TROY, TX 15 450 CHICK, GARETT SALADO, TX 10 HORTON, MAKIAH 462 MINERAL WELLS, TX 16 419 LUKE, SPUR WILLIS, TX 9 SCOTT, BRITNEY 426 JASPER, TX 17 129 FREEMAN, JARETT TOLAR, TX 3 CLAYTON, CATHERINE 121 DUBLIN, TX 18 314 ELLIOTT, JOHN MICHAEL ALVIN, TX 7 PINEDA, CASSIDY 336 CALDWELL, TX 19 32 LACINA, TRUE AMARILLO, TX 1 WELLS, ROBBYN 52 HEREFORD, TX 20 427 SILAR, WES DONIEE, TX 9 STROADE , WHITTNEE 429 DONIE, TX Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 21 358 BIGBEE, KADE WAELDER, TX 8 ST. CLAIR, SAYDI 391 PORT LAVACA, TX 22 99 QUIGG, TITAN RANKIN, TX 2 RICE, MADDY 100 LOVINGTON , NM 23 218 HONEA, GRACIE GARRISON, TX 5 RUSTIN, SETH 236 NACOGDOCHES, TX 24 176 GALYEAN, CREIGHTON FLINT, TX 4 JOHNSON, RAINEY 179 GRANDVIEW, TX 25 283 NETTLE, RYAN BRENHAM, TX 6 DAWSON, PAIGE 260 BURTON, TX 26 229 MCCALL, KASEN LUFKIN, TX 5 FOLEY, MACKENZIE 213 LUFKIN, TX 27 353 ALLEN, TYLER COTULLA, TX 8 RABALAIS, ALEX 385 CORPUS CHRISTI, TX continued on page 21

Monday, may 26th – 3:00 in the arena Region Teams of 5 boys and 5 girls will “tug” their way to victory. sponsored by

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Texas Junior HigH rodeo associaTion news LeTTeR FRoM THe TJHRa SeCReTaRY

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hope everyone is getting as excited as I am about the finals! It is hard to believe it is almost here! This next month will be a very busy one for me and I know it will be for you too…..but don’t get to busy to keep practicing so you will be on top of your game when you get the finals. We want you to be ready to obtain your goal and go to Des Moines, IA with us at the end of June. Of course, keep your grades up too…..we know many of you will be missing your last week of school so sure don’t want you to have to worry about not finishing your grades out as good as you can. Now for some serious business…..if you don’t read anything but this I will be so happy! CONTESTANT’S YOU MUST BE CHECKED INTO THE OFFICE ON SUNDAY MAY 25, 2014 BY 1PM!!! If you break down, please call my cell 979-412-2551! Please do not push this time, it is mandatory and a very serious deadline. If for some reason something does happen in your travels……….CALL 979-412-2551. I hate to even bring this up, but there has been contestants sent home because they were late. Also, don’t forget your grades! This is a must!!! A final report card or your last 6 weeks report card will work. Everyone must show a copy of a current coggins paper at the gate and if you are crossing the state lines, you will need health papers. We are excited to finally have something for the barrel and pole benders…. we are announcing that we will have two jackpots for the Barrel and Pole Benders on Saturday and Sunday night and will offer exhibition runs to first

100 on Monday – Thursday. They will all be ran on different stakes. Don’t forget we will be having a baking contest, so make sure you bring something sweet to enter in the contest, we will be taking entries on Sunday, May 25 between 10:30am and 1:00pm (see the flyer in the paper). Also, we will be having a Member/Parent ribbon roping on Wednesday, May 28, you will enter when you get to Gonzales….so parents start practicing your running. We will again be showing the performances live on the internet on our own website this year www.tjhra.org This might be fun to let your teachers know and they can watch you while you compete. I still have some spots to sell on the web broadcast if you are interested but the last day will be May 15. If you have any questions before you get to the finals, please do not hesitate to contact me. I always say, no question is a dumb question! It is better to ask and feel comfortable about something then not ask!!!

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www.tjhra.org

You will be able to watch the TJHRA state finals on our website live....we will have many ways to advertise during those rodeo performances. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHOWCASE YOUR CONTESTANT?

The first 100 to place an order will be showcased during the rodeos to the side. These spots are going fast - all you have to do is contact Anne at www.texasjuniorhighrodeo.com or call her at 979-412-2551. We will put it together for you once you scan a picture to us......let the world see your child for only $100 for the whole week. We will have a place on the side that will showcase all the contestants! It will look like this

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Texas Junior High Rodeo Association News Region VII Wrap Up

By molly atkinson– TJHRA Reg VII President

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egion 7 finished up their season February 21 in Edna Texas. It was a great year for our region. We were able to give saddles to the All Around Cowgirl and Cowboy and also to the event winners and buckles through tenth place. Hats off to our State Directors and Region Officers who worked extra hard to make this happen again! Also, we thank Alan Jeffery with Broken Arrow Buckle Company for donating the Event Champions with a Champion buckle to go along with their saddles. Our All Around Cowgirl was Avery Sulak, Avery worked very hard to stay on top of the leader board. She will be going to state in four events: barrels, poles, girl goat tying and girls breakaway. Region 7 All Around Cowboy is Kolton Mazoch, he will be going to state in five events: tie down, team roping, boy goat tying, chute dogging, and team roping. Our All Around Rookie Cowgirl was Hannah Phillips and Rookie Cowboy was Connor Atkinson. For our event winners they are as follow: Poles – Maddie Christian, Tie Down Roping – Kolton Mazoch, Boys Breakaway – Connor Atkinson, Girls Breakaway

– Hannah Phillips, Chute Dogging – Garrett Oates, Barrels – Bailey Phillips, Team Roping – Chance Strange and Chance Clipper, Ribbon Roping – Xavier Davis and Madelyn Schooley, Boys Goat Tying – Kolton Mazoch, Girls Goat Tying – Cassidy Pineda, and Bull Riding – Cameron Bane. We are all looking forward to the state finals in Gonzales in May and hopefully be making those trips to Des Moines in June…..see you all in Gonzales.

kolton mazoch photo by Jennings

avery sulak photo by Jennings

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Texas Junior High Rodeo Association News

Gearing Up For State Finals

By molly atkinson– TJHRA Vice President

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he time has come that we all have been waiting for. I know that I am just excited as everyone else about this adventure. At the end of the month, May 25 – May 31, all the contestants that

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have qualified top ten in each event will be heading to Gonzales, Texas for a fun filled week at the Texas Jr High Rodeo Finals. There will be a parking lot full of trailers, barns full of horses, as well as stands full of wonderful fans supporting the contestants. If you have never been to Gonzales to cheer on the contestants it is a great place to be. There is much more than just rodeo that will go on during this awesome week at the Jr High Finals. There will be shopping, volleyball tournaments, tug of war tournaments, nightly jackpots for the contestants, and much more great fun that the contestants will be involved in. During this week everyone gets to be involved in many activities that keep parents, family and contestants busy. It is time for the contestants to buckle down on their practicing and be at the top of their game for this important week. Everyone has the same goal when they enter this small town of Gonzales, Texas. Their equal goal, when the week is over to be in the top four of each event to qualify for the Jr. High National Finals in Des Moines, Iowa. The events that are competed in include, bull riding, pole bending, calf roping, barrel racing, ribbon roping, goat tying, and team roping. Come on out to the finals and see best of the best in Jr High compete for the top spots. It will be action packed! If you cannot join us make sure to watch each performance online at TJHRA.org. It will definitely be worth your time.

2013-2014 JUNIOR HIGH STATE DIRECTORS EXECUTIVE BOARD NATIONAL DIRECTOR JOHN E. BLAND

940-537-1354

jeblandnspade@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT TROY ASHFORD

254-721-0909

tashford@farmersagent.com

1ST VICE-PRESIDENT VICKIE JAROSEK

254-774-8303

vickie@bettertreesoftexas.com

DELEGATE JOHN ATKINSON 979-482-2018 DELEGATE CINDY CLAYTON 254-485-9466

midtexlivestock@hotmail.com clayton@our-town.com

DELEGATE AMANDA GORHAM

830-676-3373

gypsydoll75@yahoo.com

DELEGATE JASON KEY

936-558-8326

key.jason@ymail.com

DELEGATE TONY LACINA

806-676-1042

nobaro@sbcglobal.net

DELEGATE CHUCK SINKS 972-771-5721 ssbarexcavating@aol.com SECRETARY ANNE DOLLERY 979-272-2249 adollery@aol.com

STUDENT OFFICERS

PRESIDENT CULLEN EPPRIGHT 830-857-4144 crope@gvec.net V.PRES MOLLY ATKINSON 979-482-2020 midtexlivestock@hotmail.com SECRETARY IMA CHAMPION 903-388-8129 tobachampion@yahoo.com PRINCESS AUBRIE FIELDS gsfields@fivearea.com STATE DIRECTORS REGION I GARY FIELDS 806-946-6138 KENT HALEY 806-670-2174 JEREMY MC CASLIN 405-520-5206 REGION II KEITH KENT 325-665-6050 SHORTY SHAW 432-686-8103 REGION III MIKE BRITAIN 254-595-0563 KEN BRAY 817-219-0436 JAYLENE HIMES 325-668-1554 REGION IV DAVE CLARK MATT INGLE

903-880-5919 903-355-8318

REGION V SHANE MARTIN 936-462-3413 BRAD CRONE 832-454-3694 Joe Glenn Kahla 409-384-0921 REGION VI NATALIE BENNIGHT 513-304-8507 MICHAEL ISELT 979-540-8863 REGION VII CHRIS OATES DEE ANN RAWLINSON SCOTT SHOOK

936-661-1783 979-578-1420 281-437-8214

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REGION VIII MATT SCIBA 361-571-7888 matt@lifepointevictoria.com KELLIE BEAL 361-220-2533 cowgirlkellie@gmail.com JASON UNDERBRINK 210-854-7718 jasonunderbrink@yahoo.com REGION IX DANNY TAYLOR 979-255-6945 taylorfarrier@aol.com Jim Hodges 936-661-2480 jim@hbi-inc.com JOHN SCHUENEMAN 979-268-4994 jschueneman@shorthornres.com REGION X TRENT BOATRIGHT 512-630-5962 cimarronstorage2@verizon.net JOHN DOWNING 254-770-7064 cdowning@vvm.com BLAKE RUSSELL 512-778-5301 blake.russell@viagen.com


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28 104 SHAW, JONATHAN MIDLAND, TX 2 DICKSON, TEGAN 68 SNYDER, TX 29 383 MOORE, LOGAN PLEASANTON, TX 8 SMITH, EMMA 389 PLEASANTON, TX 30 170 CARTER, LAYNE CALERA, OK 4 INGLE, KYLA 178 SULPHUR SPRINGS, TX 31 175 DUNHAM, DANIEL CLARKSVILLE, TX 4 WHARTON, TATUM 197 MINERAL WELLS, TX 32 222 KAHLA, JAKE JASPER, TX 5 STONE, NACONA 241 JOAQUIN,TX 33 273 HERNDON, TRACE GONZALES, TX 6 DECKERT, KACEY 262 INEZ, TX 34 21 HIATT, QUADE CANYON, TX 1 JOHNSON, CARLEE 26 MORSE, TX 35 143 MILLER, TALLAN BRIDGEPORT, TX 3 PODZEMNY, DARCY 149 BRIDGEPORT, TX 36 76 GIBSON, CHARLIE MIDLAND, TX 2 DUNN, SKYLER 70 MIDLAND, TX 37 423 ROUNDTREE, BRAD NORTH ZULCH, TX 9 GHORMLEY, ALY 414 MADISONVILLE, TX 38 265 DUCKETT, CUTTER WIMBERLEY, TX 6 BASS, CHARLSEY RAE 250 WIMBERELY, TX 39 281 MITCHELL , WELLS STOCKDALE, TX 6 RICHARDS, JACEY 287 YOAKUM, TX 40 168 CARPENTER, CUTTER ATHENS , TX 4 WALLER, SAVANA 196 COOPER, TX Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 41 404 CARTWRIGHT, TATER NEW WAVERLY, TX 9 TAYLOR, DARCY 431 BRYAN, TX 42 380 LANSFORD, BRANDON COTULLA, TX 8 SANDIDGE, RAYNI 386 BANDERA, TX 43 469 MAGNUS, TRUMAN MASON, TX 10 MAGNUS, RUBY 468 MASON , TX 44 88 KERNICK, TREVOR BIG SPRING, TX 2 SENTER, SAYER 102 ROPESVILLE, TX 45 331 OATES, GARRETT HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 OATES, DELANEY 330 HUNTSVILLE, TX 46 18 HALEY, MADISON CANYON, TX 1 CAPE, HAYDEN 7 SPRINGLAKE, TX 47 36 MCCARLEY, COLTON HAPPY, TX 1 DUGGAN, JADYN 13 SPUR, TX 48 274 HINES, JESSE DEVINE, TX 6 DOUGLAS, EMILY 264 LAVERNIA, TX 49 43 RICE, JABIN HOBBS, NM 1 DIDWAY, REMI 12 PAMPA, TX 50 78 GREENE, COLTON ROCKSPRINGS, TX 2 GOOD, BRADI 77 MIDLAND, TX 51 118 BRAY, WYATT GRANBURY, TX 3 BRAY, PRESLI 117 STEPHENVILLE, TX 52 308 BOETTCHER, CADE EAST BERNARD, Tx 7 SHOOK, MAKENNA 344 NEEDVILLE , TX 53 422 PECK, GATLIN HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 GARRETT, JESSICA 412 BRYAN, TX 54 298 WILKISON, GREGORY STOCKDALE, TX 6 DOCKERY, SYDNEY 263 KARNES CITY, TX 55 307 BELKNAP, BRYCE ALVIN, TX 7 FRENZEL, JACEY 315 EDNA, TX 56 408 ENDERLI , CASH LIBERTY, TX 9 BURLESON, KENZI 402 MAGNOLIA, TX 57 5 BLAND, JACE TURKEY, TX 1 ESPENSON, SHELBY 14 HART, TX 58 141 MADRY, AUSTIN WEATHERFORD TX 3 BERRY, MACI 116 POOLVILLE , TX 59 410 FISHER , BRADFORD LIBERTY, TX 9 SCHNEITER , TAYLAR 425 DAYTON, TX 60 195 VARNER, TAYLOR MANNFORD, OK 4 YOUNG, JESSEE 199 SUMNER, TX Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance 61 223 KEY, KANE GARRISON, TX 5 HONEA, LANIE 219 GARRISON, TX 62 491 WEITZ, CHET LONDON, TX 10 TOWNSEND, SLOAN 487 FREDONIA, TX 63 150 PRZILAS, SAWYER BOWIE, TX 3 PICKETT,

ANNA 148 SAN ANGELO, TX 64 348 VALENTA, COLTON NEEDVILLE, TX 7 PHILLIPS, BAILEY 332 WEST COLUMBIA, TX 65 456 DREYER, HUNTER VALLEY MILLS, TX 10 RICE, ERIN 477 MCGREGOR, TX 66 91 LEE, KALEB WATER VALLEY, TX 2 DUNN, SYDNEY 72 ODESSA, TX 67 441 ALLEN, JW GOLDTHWAITE, TX 10 BATES, BRYNN 446 LAMPASAS, TX 68 434 WEBB, RILEY BUFFALO, TX 9 STAGGS, CARLY 428 TEAGUE, TX 69 177 GUNTER, TC CUSHING, TX 4 REAVES, KRISTIN 186 BULLARD, TX 70 306 BANE, CAMERON CALDWELL, TX 7 SCOTT, SAMI 343 CALDWELL, TX 71 290 SCHUSTER, STETSON BRACKETVILLE, TX 6 MONTAGUE, CALLI 282 BOERNE, TX 72 258 CROW, CASEY LAVERNIA, TX 6 FREEMAN, BRINLEE 268 EAGLE LAKE, TX 73 367 FRETWELL, CASH PLEASANTON, TX 8 SCIBA, MAILE 388 VICTORIA, TX 74 313 DAVIS, XAVIER SIMONTON, TX 7 SCHOOLEY, MADELYN 342 GUY, TX 75 375 HURT, COOPER DILLEY, TX 8 BRYCE, MACKENZIE 364 FALFURRIAS, TX 76 356 BEALL, TI WOODSBORO, TX 8 JANUARY, JORDYNN 376 ORANGE GROVE, TX 77 347 TAYLOR, CAYSON YOAKUM, TX 7 PINEDA, VICTORIA 337 CALDWELL, TX 78 448 BOATRIGHT, LEVI GEORGETOWN, TX 10 RUSSELL, LEXIE 479 LIBERTY HILL, TX 79 216 GRIFFIN, BLAKE CENTER, TX 5 RAMSEY, EMILY 235 MANSFIELD, LA 80 207 CRONE, TANNER WINNIE, TX 5 LUMMUS, EMMI 227 ORANGEFIELD, TX Wednesday Morning 9.00 AM (May 28, 2014) and Wednesday Night 6:00 PM (May 28, 2014) Performance 81 435 WILLIAMS, ROWDY HUNTSVILLE, TX 9 HODGES, ZANDIE 415 HUNTSVILLE, TX 82 206 COGBILL, CADE ORANGE, TX 5 SAVOIE, SYDNEY 237 ORANGE, TX 83 145 MYERS, HOLDEN VAN, TX 3 EDMONDSON, HALVE ROSE 127 MC CAWLEY, TX 84 381 MEYER, SCOTT SANDIA, TX 8 BLUNZTER, MARY GRACE 362 ROBSTOWN, TX 85 246 WALLACE, THOMAS CUSHING, TX 5 CHRISTIAN, MORGAN 205 GARRISON, TX 86 189 ROACH, TY LINDALE, TX 4 DAVIS, MAISON 174 KILGORE, TX 87 62 BENNETT, BRENDAN NOTREES, TX 2 DUNN, SOPHIE 71 ODESSA, TX 88 1 EPPRIGHT, CULLEN COST, TX 6 PEELER, ANNABETH 284 FLORESVILLE, TX 89 220 HORN, HALEY WELLS, TX 5 DEMENT, KOLT 210 RUSK, TX 90 41 POWELL, HAYDEN ROGERS, NM 1 LOWREY, LONDON 35 PAMPA, TX 91 44 RICE, KORBIN HOBBS, NM 1 JOHNSON, KATE 27 ABERNATHY, TX 92 81 HANDLEY, TYLER ODESSA, TX 2 KENT, KENZEE 87 SMYER, TX 93 80 GRIMES, HUNTER KERRVILLE, TX 2 DAVIS, SKY 67 ABILENE, TX 94 20 HARTER, CODY AMARILLO, TX 1 HAMILL, JOEI 19 LUBBOCK, TX 95 107 WEST, TYLER MERTZON, TX 2 MCNEILL, KENNA HAYES 94 HOBBS, NM 96 328 MAZOCH, KOLTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 RAWLINSON, KIRBY 340 EL CAMPO, TX 97 187 RHODES, TY DEQUEEN, AR 4 COOPER, PEYTON 173 IVANHOE, TX 98 297 TODDY, TY LAGRANGE, TX 6 HALVORSON, HALLIE 270 LEXINGTON, TX 99 115 BAKER, TANNER ALVORD, TX 3 SCHMUTZ,

CALLI 154 STEPHENVILLE, TX team roping Monday Morning 9 00 AM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Night 6:00 PM (May 30, 2014) Performance 1 493 WILLIAMS, LEANDER THORNDALE, TX 10 ELMS, JUSTIN 458 THORNDALE, TX 2 347 TAYLOR, CAYSON YOAKUM, TX 7 OATES, GARRETT 331 HUNTSVILLE, TX 3 412 GARRETT, JESSICA BRYAN, TX 9 WEAVER, COLE 433 NORTH ZULCH, TX 4 170 CARTER, LAYNE CALERA, OK 4 VARNER, TAYLOR 195 MANNFORD, OK 5 265 DUCKETT, CUTTER WIMBERLEY, TX 6 HINES, JESSE 274 DEVINE, TX 6 87 KENT, KENZEE SMYER, TX 2 PRINCE, KADEN 98 SNYDER, TX 7 235 RAMSEY, EMILY MANSFIELD, LA 5 SMITH, SAVANNA 240 LOGANSPORT, LA 8 139 KOCH, KASH VERNON, TX 3 BRAY, PRESLI 117 STEPHENVILLE TX 9 264 DOUGLAS, EMILY LAVERNIA, TX 6 PEELER, ANNABETH 284 FLORESVILLE, Tx 10 22 HILL, KELTON CANADIAN, TX 1 RUSSELL, TAYLOR 45 CANADIAN, TX 11 290 SCHUSTER, STETSON BRACKETVILLE, TX 6 MONTAGUE, CALLI 282 BOERNE, TX 12 311 CLIPPER, CHANCE HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 STRANGE, CHANCE 345 HUNTSVILLE, TX 13 118 BRAY, WYATT GRANBURY, TX 3 VANCE, JAKE 158 JOSHUA, TX 14 20 HARTER, CODY AMARILLO, TX 1 JEFFREYS, CALAHAN 25 AMARILLO, TX 15 275 HOWARD, MASON STOCKDALE, TX 6 HARTMANN, MCKADE 271 FLORESVILLE, TX 16 451 COSPER, RILEY TROY, TX 10 PATTERSON, BUCKSHOT 472 WIMBERLEY, TX 17 269 FRIEDEL, KALEB YOAKUM, TX 6 MACIAS, KALEB 278 FLORESVILLE, TX 18 78 GREENE, COLTON ROCKSPRINGS, TX 2 WEST, TYLER 107 MERTZON, TX 19 423 ROUNDTREE, BRAD NORTH ZULCH, Tx 9 ROUNDTREE, BRYCE 424 NORTH ZULCH, TX 20 105 STEWART, STRAN STANTON, TX 2 SHAW, JONATHAN 104 MIDLAND, TX Monday Night 6:00 PM (May 26, 2014) and Friday Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 21 177 GUNTER, TC CUSHING, TX 4 RHODES, TY 187 DEQUEEN, AR 22 305 ATKINSON, CONNOR NEEDVILLE, TX 7 KOEHN, GARRISON 323 WEIMAR, TX 23 119 BRITAIN, CHANCE STEPHENVILLE, TX 3 MYERS, HOLDEN 145 VAN, TX 24 450 CHICK, GARETT SALADO, TX 10 PROFILI, MCCRAY 475 ANDERSON, TX 25 223 KEY, KANE GARRISON, TX 5 MARTIN, SHANE 228 CHIRENO, TX 26 88 KERNICK, TREVOR BIG SPRING, TX 2 MANAHAN, LANHAM 92 TUSCOLA, TX 27 208 DAVIS, REAGAN ALTO, TX 5 HORN, HALEY 220 WELLS, TX 28 215 GREEN, EVAN LUFKIN, TX 5 LILES, ADDIE 226 POLLOK, TX 29 468 MAGNUS, RUBY MASON, TX 10 RUSSELL, LEXIE 479 LIBERTY HILL, TX 30 5 BLAND, JACE TURKEY, TX 1 LACINA, TRUE 32 AMARILLO, TX 31 44 RICE, KORBIN HOBBS, NM 1 SHARP, JOHN 46 LEVELLAND, TX 32 367 FRETWELL, CASH PLEASANTON, TX 8 LANSFORD, BRANDON 380 COTULLA, TX 33 481 SHOEMAKER, TJ CLEBURNE, TX 10 BALDWIN, TY 444 GROESBECK, TX 34 375 HURT, COOPER DILLEY, TX 8 TOVAR, HECTOR 392 EL INDIO, TX

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Morning 9:00 AM (May 30, 2014) Performance 15 356 BEALL, TI WOODSBORO, TX 8 16 331 OATES, GARRETT HUNTSVILLE, TX 7 17 298 WILKISON, GREGORY STOCKDALE, TX 6 18 129 FREEMAN, JARETT TOLAR, TX 3 19 286 REITZ, HAYDEN GOLIAD, TX 6 20 278 MACIAS, KALEB FLORESVILLE, TX 6 21 40 ODOM, CRAIG HAPPY, TX 1 22 427 SILAR, WES DONIEE, TX 9 23 150 PRZILAS, SAWYER BOWIE, TX 3 24 136 HUFFMAN, ZANE POOLVILLE, TX 3 25 442 ALLEN, LARAMIE LLANO, TX 10 26 25 JEFFREYS, CALAHAN AMARILLO, TX 1 27 107 WEST, TYLER MERTZON, TX 2 28 79 GRIFFIN, JACK ELDORADO, TX 2 Tuesday Morning 9:00 AM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Night 6:00 PM (May 29, 2014) Performance 29 36 MCCARLEY, COLTON HAPPY, TX 1 30 328 MAZOCH, KOLTON EL CAMPO, TX 7 31 380 LANSFORD, BRANDON COTULLA, TX 8 32 139 KOCH, KASH VERNON, TX 3 33 450 CHICK, GARETT SALADO, TX 10 34 32 LACINA, TRUE AMARILLO, TX 1 35 347 TAYLOR, CAYSON YOAKUM, TX 7 36 348 VALENTA, COLTON NEEDVILLE, TX 7 37 246 WALLACE, THOMAS CUSHING, TX 5 38 393 UNDERBRINK, FISHER PLEASANTON, TX 8 39 491 WEITZ, CHET LONDON, TX 10 40 314 ELLIOTT, JOHN MICHAEL ALVIN, TX 7 41 145 MYERS, HOLDEN VAN, TX 42 138 KITCHENS, WHIT MULLIN, TX 3 Tuesday Night 6:00 PM (May 27, 2014) and Thursday Morning 9:00 AM (May 29, 2014) Performance

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state Directors / reGion oFFicers kirt esPenson 1750 CR 628 • Hart, Texas 79043 806.240.0432 • e6calfranch@aol.com

steve mcconnell 425 CR 510 • Hereford, Texas 79045 806.276.5671 • lindam@wtrt.net SECRETARY - MIKEY DUGGAN PO Box 1414 • Canyon, Texas 79015 806.655.9910 • m.j.duggan@att.net

Joel kirkPatrick 2388 HWY 82 • Crosbyton, Texas 79322 806.697.2336 • jrtzkirkpatrick@hotmail.com PRESIDENT- STEVE MCCONNELL 425 CR 510 • Hereford, Texas 79045 806.276.4571 • lindam@wtrt.net

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Region I’s Year in Review

By Kennady Johnson

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013-2014 has definitely been one for the books here in Region I. There have been high and lows, wins and losses, but through it all, memories made. The friendships gained in high school rodeo will last us a lifetime. I think Monty Reed said

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it best when he said, “We are all a big family. If you need anything all you have to do is ask and everyone is willing to help you.” This statement couldn’t be any more accurate. We are so much more than just a rodeo region, we are a family that looks out for each other’s best interests. We were blessed with 103 members that each brought something new and different to the rodeo arena. Because it’s not about counting the seconds, but making the seconds count. And I believe that is exactly what each one of us strive to do. We sent ten members to the 2013 National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyoming. Region I was also the Reserve Texas Champion Team in Abilene at the 2013 THSRA State Finals, and we plan to take it all June 6-14 this year. Along with the end of a rodeo year means we have to say a sad goodbye to our beloved seniors. We wish each and every one of you the greatest success in all of your future endeavors, in and out of the rodeo arena. It’s so great having such a talented group of athletes to look up to and strive to be like. This year was filled with such great memories. From bulls getting loose in Hereford, unexpected dismounts off the rump of a horse in the tie-down, Kelsey Graf and Jace Lane winning the all-around titles at Aaron and Ed’s Rumble on the Red, rodeoing in massive dirt storms, breaking records, and much, much more. But one thing we excel at in Region I is shattering everyone’s expectations, and that is a quality we will always try to keep alive!

REGION 1 CHAMPIONS 2013-2014: All Around Cowboy- Jace Lane All Around Cowgirl- Kelsey Espenson Pole Bending- Kelsey Graf Bareback Riding- Preston Burr Saddle Bronc Riding- Jace Lane Breakaway Roping- Rylea Fabrizio Team Roping- Bradley Cornell & Dylan Myers Barrel Racing- Kellie Collier Goat Tying- Kelsey Graf Steer Wrestling- Jace Lane Tie-Down Calf Roping- Trey Best Bull Riding- Andrew Pacino

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By raelyn hill – ariat Performance Reporter

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he rodeo season for region II has came to an end with a wonderful finals. All of the state qualfiers are ready to go and compete at the next level at state finals. The weekend before region finals there was a beautiful prom. At region finals there was senior night and our region olympics. Cowboy Prom was filled with alot of fun and of course, dancing! The theme this year was Western Herritage and the parents did an amazing job of making it look great! Senior night was bitter sweet. The seniors will be missed but will leave us with lifetime memories. Region II wishes them good luck with the next step in their life. The annual olympics were competive and a good time, like it always is. The competitors participated in games such as a wheel barrel race, the lifesavor game, tug-o-war, and a relay race. There were nine teams that participated and the winners called themselves "The A Team." The teams all admitted to having a good time and they look forward to next year!

This year region II had alot of new members making region II the second largest region. With more members of course came tougher competition. The all around cowgirl and rookie of the year was Delani Wood. The all around cowboy was Dakota Felton and rookie of the year was Walker Harris. Region II is state bound and ready to go compete! This year was great and region II is thankful for the new members we had. Next year will be good as well and we look forward to what is in store. Good luck to all of the state qulaifiers!


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 2014 THSRA State Finals.

Congratulations to The Hedeman Family Tuff, Tracy, Lane and Trevor by Ava Anderson

This month's McCoy's Farm and Ranch Family from Region X, is deservingly being honored, but I must confess, the Hedeman family requires very little introduction, as that family name has been well recognized throughout the world of rodeo and bull riding for many years over. Tuff Hedeman is a rancher and retired rodeo athlete, and an active bull rider from 1980-1998. He married Tracy Stepp in May 1986, and they have two sons, Lane and Trevor. The Hedeman's live on a ranch in Morgan Mill, just outside Fort Worth, Texas. The Hedeman ranch is home on the range to their calf roping and team roping horses, plus two bull-roping horses and a few barrel horses. The family is thankful that there is a McCoy's located in Stephenville, where the family shops for Priefert Products such as panels, roping chutes, feed troughs, arena drags and so forth. They usually pick up a variety of other products for Tracy, who raises registered Limousine cattle as she shows heifers and steers. The family also raises coastal hay on their 100 plus acre cattle ranch. The family motto, "loving what you do, and being able to make a living at it, is a great lifestyle!" Ranching and rodeoing has been a part of the Hedeman family lifestyle for years and it's only understandable, that sons, Lane and Trevor would follow in their parent's footsteps. Lane was a mem-

ber of THSRA for four years and his brother Trevor has also been an active member of Region X for the same amount of years. Trevor served as the Team Roping Director for Region X in 2013 and further served as State Team Roping Director the same year. In 2014, Trevor served as the Calf Roping Director for his region. He is a Senior this year, and a member of the Bloomer High School Rodeo Team. He competes in Team Roping as a Header, Calf Roping and Boys Cutting. Trevor qualified for the State Finals all four years. He plans to attend Team A&M in the Fall on a rodeo scholarship. Lane and Trevor get their love for rodeo and high school rodeo honestly following in their father's footsteps. Richard "Tuff" Hedeman has truly lived up to his nickname as he rode and roped his first calf at age four. Later, he rode saddle broncs at age thirteen and then began riding bulls. A high school rodeo alumni, Tuff won the high school rodeo bull riding, plus the All Around titles in New Mexico in 1980. The following year, he won the team roping title, plus the All Around designation again in 1981. The rest of his professional career has been decorated with 11 trips to the NFR, three-time PRCA World Champion bull rider and the 1995 Professional Bull Rider's World Champion. His legendary career earned him a coveted place in the Texas Rodeo Cowboy Hall of Fame in Fort Worth, Texas. Hedeman now produces bull ridings and serves as an ambassador for CBR. His two sons, work for CBR by roping and dragging bulls on the weekends whenever they are not competing at rodeos themselves. With what little free time the Hedeman family has to spare, they especially enjoy team roping, and getting together with family and friends. The Hedeman's would like to let everyone know that they feel very honored to represent Region X and to be chosen as this month's McCoy's Farm and Ranch Family. They would also like to say howdy and extended thanks to their many fans and friends around the country!

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This is Where the Cowboy Rides Away

While this was happening, the announcer was reading a note the contestant had written to their parents, usually thanking them and expressing their love for them. After lots of tears and hugs, the seniors were all standing on horseback in a line in the arena. Seth Gillespie was chosen to present a rose to Kelley Williams, the regional secretary, on behalf of the senior class. Then the class of 2014 took their last ride, lapping the arena with excitement before competing in their last Region III rodeo. By allison Danley

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s the Texas High School Rodeo Association Finals approaches and region rodeos draw to a close, we prepare to say goodbye to some of our favorite competitors - the seniors. At Region III, we celebrated this transition with a special ceremony called the Senior Ride. The Senior Ride was held before the last performance of the regional finals. Each senior rode out to meet their parents in the middle of the arena, dismounted, and handed them a rose.

CONGRATULATIONS AND GOOD LUCK TO REGION III’S CLASS OF 2014! Colton Beaty Landon Blanks Clay Boaz Kolton Burnett Zachary Cambell Allison Danley Callie Davenport Aspyn Dent Caitlin Eakin Tate Elston

Krista Emmons Catelyn Felts Seth Gillespie Austin Grabowski Colt Hayes Susanna Jacobi Megan Jenkins Jacob Lewis Carli Maxwell EJ Mixon

Catherine Murray Troy Perkins Brade Rutledge Ty Scott Holly Sierperda Joni Sorrell Wesley Thorp Twister Vinson Morghanne Winkler Pecos Wooten

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state Directors / reGion oFFicers JeFF roBerts PO Box 158 • Wills Point, Texas 75169 972.742.6593 • droberts@teconcorp.com

Jerry WaDe 9129 FM 2578 • Terrell, Texas 75160 214.663.4977• raelyn.wade@kbm1.com

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PRESIDENT- JERRY WADE 9129 FM 2578• Terrell, Texas 75160 972.524.6880 • raelyn.wade@kbm1.com SECRETARY - DEBBY ROBERTS PO Box 158• Wills Point, Texas 75169 972.742.6405 • droberts@teconcorp.com

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REGION IV’S FANTASTIC FINALS

By kailey toal– ariat Performance Reporter

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egion IV’s 2013-2014 rodeo year is now officially over and in the books. We all had a great year together at Wade’s arena in Terrell and a super fun finals at the Henderson County Complex Center in Athens. Our finals went great and we look forward our next great year at Region IV. Finals started off on Friday, March 28th. First was the grand entry with all of the region finals contestants and sponsor flags. The entire region was decked out in pink to support those affected by breast cancer. After the grand entry, the national anthem was beautifully sung by Marli Humphrey, a prayer was said and the rodeo began! The next morning started

off with the cutting competition and silent auction. After this, we saluted our graduating seniors on Saturday morning and we wished all of them the best of luck and blessings as they continue on with their rodeo careers and lives. In addition to the seniors, we thanked and said happy trails to some of our board members: Chad Brewer, Joni Brewer, Jeff Roberts, and Raelyn Wade, as well as our Secretary: Debby Roberts, and President: Jerry Wade. We thank y’all so, so much for the countless things you have done for our region! After senior recognition, our final rodeo began! In the middle of this rodeo, a super fun live auction benefitting the scholarship fund took place. After the auction, the rodeo continued and was followed by a team-roping jackpot and contestant dance. The next morning, everybody met in the coliseum for church and awards. The tickets to Abilene were stamped and our reserve champions and champions were crowned. Congratulations to our champion and reserve champion contestants! Champion Team-Ropers: Clay Sieber and Cade Bray/ Reserve Champion Team-Ropers: Kolten White and Stormy Taylor/ Champion Steer Wrestler: Carson Hicks/ Reserve Champion Steer Wrestler: Kolton White/ Champion Saddle Bronc Rider: Kolton White/ Reserve Champion Saddle Bronc Rider: Ricky Land/ Champion Pole Bender: Katlyn Melvin/ Reserve Champion Pole Bender: Alexes Chapa/ Champion Goat Tier: Taylor Wharton/ Reserve Champion Goat Tier: Kaci Reaves/ Champion Girls Cutter: Chloe Costello/ Reserve Champion Girls Cutter: Haylee Rickman/ Champion Calf Roper: Hollis Blanks/ Reserve Champion Calf Roper: Kolton White/ Champion Bull Rider: Kolton White/ Reserve Champion Bull Rider: Carson Gibbs/ Champion Breakaway Roper: Marilyn Melvin/ Reserve Champion Breakaway Roper: Kaylee Waldrop/ Champion Boys Cutter: Hunter Hicks/ Reserve Champion Cutter: Trevor Pritchett/ Champion Barrel Racer: Raelee Self/ Reserve Champion Barrel Racer: Summer Gay/ Champion Bareback Rider: Nick Farion/ Region IV Queen: Chloe Costello Good luck to our champions, reserve champions and all of our Region IV contestants heading to Abilene! Region IV had wonderful year filled with wonderful people, and we can’t wait to see what state, nationals and next year will bring. Photos (clockWise From leFt): sPonsor FlaGs lone star anD PrieFert; reGion’s chamPion’s aWarDs; reGion Queen chloe costello DurinG the national anthem; reGion Finals auction


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PRESIDENT - SHELLIE LUMMUS VICE PRESIDENT - CK WRIGHT SECRETARY - SHAYLON ELMS

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state Directors / reGion oFFicers Gene arceneauX 13448 Coon Road • Winnie, Texas 77665 409.296.3818 • garceneaux@sigindserv.com

JeFF lummus PO Box 646 • Orangefield, Texas 77639 409.313.7765 • jhlummus@yahoo.com

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PRESIDENT- GENE ARCENEAUX 13448 Coon Rd • Winnie, Texas 77665 409.296.3818 • garceneaux@sigindserv.com SECRETARY - PHYLLIS ARCENEAUX 13448 Coon Rd • Winnie, Texas 77665 409.296.2014• regionvsecretary@gmail.com

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ts official! The 2013-14 THSRA Region V season has come to an end. No one expected this season to go by so quickly. The competition was fierce at the Region V finals as each competitor preformed there events in the best way they knew how. With each competitor that performed came a spotlight of improvement and accomplishments because here in Region V, “Trust me we never lose! We either Win or Learn!” Although the weather conditions may have been a little unpleasant to be in throughout the finals weekend, it didn’t stop Region V contestants for showing up and showing out. There was no doubt some high school students who wanted to win big. Keyshawn Whitehorse became the 2nd time Region V Champion Bull Rider this year. His accomplishments made by only being a sophomore in high school. Keyshawn gives God all the glory for his achievements. Keyshawn quotes, “I have a deep conviction that my gifts,

talents, and skills to bull ride and compete come from God alone.” Another constant that never seized to turn heads was our All Around Champion, Karlie Steadham. Karlie won the average checks in both goats and breakaway. AS the weekend went by she moved up seven places in breakaway making her eligible for state. But there was no doubt Karlie was already state bound as she came into the weekend winning the pole pending with 30+ points. Karlie also qualified for state in girls cutting as well. Our 2nd time Region V Goat Tying Champion was Sarah Gunter. Not only did Sarah win goat tying but she moved up 4 places in the breakaway standings. Sarah states “It was just overall a great way to end my senior year in Region V.” A big congratulation goes to all of Region V State Qualifiers for their awesome effort and accomplishments they have done this year. At out finals we saw our seniors compete for their last region V rodeo only to see them in the future become the next generations of great cowboys and cowgirls. We awarded scholarships to seniors who applied themselves in away to make a difference in the rodeo atmosphere in their own towns and schools. Also we congratulate our new student officers: President Shellie Lummus, Vice President CK Wright, and Secretary Shaylon Elms. As we head to State Region V will be supporting there region. Region V will have a student campaign for the State Officer position which will be Kadie Beth Wisener. Region V is getting their name out there only to hope to turn some heads, but we couldn’t do this without the Lord making our every movement. Because the scripture says in Exodus 14:14 “The LORD will fight for you, you need only to be still.” Region V will see you in Abilene!


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PRESIDENT - KALLI DAVIS VICE PRESIDENT - KENDRA DRACOULIS SECRETARY - KATIE BOYD

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ALL AROUND CHAMPIONS

By kalli Davis

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eniors Reid Zapalac and Jimmie Smith came out on top this year at Region 6, winning the coveted All Around title for 2014. If you’ve ever wondered what makes an All Around champion, it is HARD WORD and DEDICATION! I got to talk to Jimmie and Reid about this year and their future plans and goals. This year Reid made an impressive statement catching all 12 of his steers in the bulldogging. Reid said that his greatest accomplishment would be winning the All Around, as well as the calf roping and the steer wrestling. After such an awesome season Reid’s hard work will not end there, in order to prepare for State Reid has been practicing steadily. “Me and my dad try to get in as much practice as we can. I’ve been going to the gym too, to try and stay fit and in shape.” Not only has Reid excelled in high school rodeo this year, his favorite rodeo moment of the year was winning the Roy Cooper Roping! What great accomplishments for Reid this year! Reid has enjoyed being a part of the THSRA because it has taught him to be humble and respectful. He loves rodeo and the great friends he has made!

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When asked how long he has been rodeoing Reid’s reply was, “I’ve been rodeoing since I could scream and fight and beg my parents to put me on a horse.” But I can assure Reid’s rodeo career will not end here, he plans to attend Wharton Jr. College where he will continue to rodeo! Then he hopes to transfer to A&M and study ranch management. Reid’s goals stop nothing short of making the NFR one day, and I have no doubt that he is on his way!!!! Reid told me a little about his favorite horse blue, “I learned to rope on him and I know this day I could jump on him and he would give me everything he has!” There is just something about a once in lifetime horse that is so sweet! When Reid isn’t rodeoing he enjoys ridding young horses and working cattle. He likes training cow dogs, and of course just hangreiD zaPalac ing out with friends and living life!!! Reid will be on a show called, “Highway Cowboys” that is currently being shot this month! On the show the viewers get a glimpse of what it’s like to be a working cowboy. They film the boys going out on calls to catch loose cattle. Reid enjoys being on this show, he says it is a great experience, “It’s really fun being behind the scenes and seeing what tv really is!” Keep your eyes open for Highway Cowboys on TV and watch for Region 6’s All Around Cowboy, and upcoming TV Star! Miss Jimmie Smith was Region 6’s All Around Cowgirl this year! In order to prepare for state Jimmie will keep practicing like she has been doing all year! Jimmie doesn’t want to put pressure on herself Jimmie smith because it is just another rodeo, but as long as she keeps doing what she’s doing she is sure to succeed! Jimmie’s greatest accomplishment this year was being accepted to Texas A&M University!!!! Jimmie says, “It has always been my dream to go there and I look forward to becoming an Aggie in the fall.” Jimmie is thankful for all the opportunities that high school rodeo has given her. Jimmie has had the opportunity to be a State Officer and meet many new people. She has enjoyed the opportunity that has taught her a lot more about this great association. Jimmie credits high school rodeo for making her tougher competitor mentally and physically, and a tough competitor she is taking the All Around title this year! Jimmie has been rodeoing all her life, “Ever since I was a baby I have been on a horse. It’s always been something I loved to do.” Jimmie doesn’t have a, “favorite horse.” She chose one horse for me to tell y’all about, “Scooter my rope horse has given me many opportunities throughout my life! I was lucky enough to run him in the barrels and qualify for the CPRA finals in 2006 and 2008. Now he is my amazing rope horse!” How awesome is that, he truly is a genuine horse!!! Other than rodeo Jimmie has her hands full being FFA and National Honor Society President! Jimmie also enjoys running track and being with her friends! Jimmie wants to say thank you to everyone who has been a part of her high school years!!! She can’t wait to see all of you at State! Region 6 has so many outstanding members, I am so glad I have gotten to know all of you! I have been rodeoing with Jimmie and Reid since we could walk pretty much and they have always been amazing competitors! I can’t wait to see what the future holds for each of them, and I am so glad I got to write this article to high light two great friends and Jimmie smith a great cowboy and cowgirl!


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state Directors / reGion oFFicers BranDon Bratton 7245 S FM 2038 • Bryan, Texas 77808 979.324.5294 • bratton1974@yahoo.com

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PRESIDENT - WILL BYLER VICE PRESIDENT - KARY ANN KEATON SECRETARY - MARCI RALEY

melissa raley 6100 Hoddeville School Rd • Brenham, Texas 77823 979.830.0878 • melissaraley@texasbb.com SECRETARY - ANNE DOLLERY PO Box 886 • Caldwell, Texas 77836 979.272.2249 • texasjuniorhighrodeo@gmail.com

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Strength in Rodeo By syDney GolBoW

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n Philippians 4:13 it states, "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me." This is true in all aspects of life, especially in the sport of rodeo. Not only does it take physical strength to be able to compete, but it takes mental strength as well. The dictionary definition of "strength" is the quality or state of being strong. Physical strength has to do with the body. Your physical strength is very important to your performance. Lower body strength is used in almost every event. For example, barrel racers use their legs to hold on and turn and bareback riders use their legs to spur one in the neck. Upper body strength is important as well, especially for calf ropers and goat tiers. To maintain your physical shape, eating right and doing a variety of arm and leg work outs will help out. As your

physical shape improves, so will your performance. Your physical strength isn't the only important factor in being a good competitor. Mental strength is another factor that goes into being a successful competitor. Some people have a competitive nature and don't need a lot to help them, but others need a little help to block out the mind games people play. Some people need to get away from others and go to their happy place to keep out the negativity, while others can sit and watch every run to plan their every move to help them run better. Everyone has their own way of being mentally strong, but it is definitely something that does not happen overnight. Practice becoming mentally strong just as hard as you practice to win. Mental and physical strength are both factors that go into being a competitive individual, and both take some practice. Whether you have a competitive nature naturally or you're one of those who needs a little more help, it is your job to give it 110% at all times. Congratulations to all of our state qualifiers and remember to maintain your strength at the finals!


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hris Wolfe is one delegate-at-large that we are lucky to have on our executive board. He has been involved in high school rodeo for over a decade, serving first on the Region 4 board for 12 years, and also on the executive board for the past six years. As a delegate-at-large, he “represents the body of members and looks out for what is in their best interest.” He first got into high school rodeo because, “My kids wanted to ride & rope so we started going to some youth rodeos and joined region IV.” The decision to be on the board came because he genuinely enjoys helping kids. Mr. Wolfe and his wife Bobbi reside in Palmer, Texas. They have three children who all competed in high school rodeo- Kla Wolfe-Sparkman, 2002-2008, Delaney Wolfe, 2002-2012 & Cal Wolfe, 2010-present. All were members of Region IV. Builders First Source is where he works as an outside salesman. When he is not working or helping better the sport of high school rodeo, he enjoys hunting, and also roping, which he started doing after he graduated high school. Getting to spend time with his family and friends is Chris Wolfe’s favorite thing about high school rodeo, next to the competition you get to see. He feels that the biggest challenge that rodeo faces is, “The cost of Rodeo in general is the greatest challenge, for the parents. The cost of horses, feed, travel and fees.” His vision for the T.H.S.R.A. organization would be for it to continue growing in the number of contestants, and have the payouts and scholarships increase. He would also like to see the National High School finals, and National Junior High School finals come to Texas! One of Mr. Wolfe’s favorite high school rodeo memories was, “My oldest daughter Kla’s freshman year at the state finals…. A lot of our friends from region IV all parked at the back fence and all

Chris Wolfe by Kailey Toal

of the younger kids went through the fence to a huge sand pile and by the end of the week it was a huge mud slide.” Mr. Chris Wolfe has been involved with rodeo for many years, and has learned a lot from it. One piece of advice that he would like to give parents and T.H.S.R.A. members would be to, “Enjoy every minute with your family, it really does go by fast.” Without people like Chris Wolfe, the sport of rodeo would not be what it is today. We all owe him, and the people he works alongside, a huge thank you! The wonderful people on the executive board, “Work hard at work worth doing,” and make the Texas High School Rodeo Association great! If you see Mr. Chris Wolfe make sure you thank him for his service to the executive, and region, board and for working to making the Texas High School Rodeo Association even better!

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Expertise • Innovation • Education Experts in leading-edge orthopedic treatment, the physicians at Dallas Orthopedic Center (DOC) are committed to delivering the highest standard of care to each patient. At DOC, the medical staff – surgeons, orthopedists, physical therapists and athletic trainers – draws upon decades of experience to offer the very latest methods and techniques. From treating Little Leaguers and weekend warriors to Olympians, the medical team specializes in providing the least invasive treatment whenever possible.

214.265.3200 • 214.265.3274 (fax) www.txorthopaedic.com 7115 Greenville Ave, Ste#310 • Dallas, TX 75231

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Expertise. It is the only medical practice in the country that has had two physicians chosen to serve as the prestigious Head Physician for the Olympic Games. Other accolades include "Best Doctor" awards in America, Texas and Dallas as well as Outstanding Teacher honors from UT Southwestern Medical School. Innovation. The practice utilizes the most advanced technology available both in its office and as part of the Texas Institute for Surgery located on the campus of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas. Education. A well-informed patient is likely to recover faster with less risk of re-injury. That's why in-depth information is provided by our medical team and online at www.dallasorthocenter.com.

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stuDent oFFicers PRESIDENT - LINDY SWAIM VICE PRESIDENT - SHELBY HERRMANN SECRETARY - UTAH COX mo coX 16453 CR 1726 • Odem, Texas 78370 361.244.0510 • melindacox2@aol.com

state Directors / reGion oFFicers

PO Box 833 • East Bernard, Texas 77435 281.468.8973 • region8thsra@gmail.com

SECRETARY - NENA BOETTCHER

reGion viii

361.396.3102 • lonniebrown3b@yahoo.com

lori herrmann 12614 FM 70 • Sandia, Texas 78383 361.510.8775 • lori_herrmann@yahoo.com leslie Pullin 969 S FM631 • Taft, TX 78390 ldpullin@aol.com • 361.528.3140 PO Box 293• Sinton, Texas 78387

PRESIDENT- LONNIE BROWN

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PERFORMANCE REPORT PRACTICING PERFECT, PERFORMING PERFECT

By katie

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Whitaker – ariat Performance Reporter

pring is the air, bringing with it pollen, horse hair, flies, and the anticipation for state. As finals rapidly approaches while cowboys and cowgirls clench their fists and grit their teeth and try to make every practice count. You’ve all heard the term “practice makes perfect” and it serves a large role when preparing for a big event. Being at your best level is what everyone strives for. We try to “practice perfect”, how do we define perfect in our life? Everyone has a different definition of a perfect practice and a perfect rodeo. For some it meant they made progress, others maybe they moved up to that next level within themselves. Or even better, winning and setting records. The steps to a perfect practice, then later leading to a perfect performance are simple habits that have to be performed everyday in order to take shape. These steps may not be exactly the same as everyone else’s, but as a general idea the steps to success are all on the same road.

1. Setting goals: Setting goals is an enormous part of practicing and moving forward. In order to know where you want to go and what it is you want to accomplish is the biggest step. It may not be the easiest, but it is definitely an important part on the road to success. Although when we sometimes fall we think, how could I set a goal that high, it was ridiculous to think that. It can be hard to set a goal and feel like you are an eternity from reaching. But even though you may shoot for the moon and may not reach it, you’ll still land among the stars. 2. Making habits: It only takes seven times to make a bad habit, and twenty one times of doing it right to break that bad habit. Laziness is a large downfall of many highschoolers, we get lazy and say “tomorrow“, procrastinate, and try to do things the easy way sometimes, instead of the right way. Even if it is something as small as picking something up and putting it up or taking the extra minute to do things correctly. A lot of times after a long practice, especially one that didn’t go as planned, or when we are in a bad mood we go the lazy route and put things off. Do it now! Don’t wait, what if you didn’t get the chance to do something over. That small habit may be what makes or breaks you. Just because a small habit is “small”, doesn’t mean it is not important. 3. Appreciation: Appreciating what you have, the opportunities set in front of you, and realizing you might not get this chance again are all part of the process. The right mind set can push you to new lengths. To have a good practice you must enter with a good attitude. Appreciating what other people do to make it possible for you to practice, your mom taking

you to go rope, the friends that invite you to rope, and all the times your dad worked the chute for you and set up barrels. 4. Determination: When we finally set out on the long road to a rodeo we have a our hopes up high and our fingers crossed. We enter the arena ready to win, and instead of it being your day, it may have been someone else’s time to shine. You head home ready to throw in the towel. Don’t do it. Stay on your feet with your chin held high. There will be another day, another chance, you will have your wins and you will also have your days when you head back to the drawing board. You should never feel like you’ve lost, only like you have learned. Teenagers have the tendency to be dramatic. Just shake it off and let those learning experiences fuel your fire and stay determined in what you love to do. 5. Hard work: it may seem cliché to say hard work pays off, but it truly does. There is nothing like the satisfaction of working hard and then seeing it pay off. Hard work is also a habit. Something you have to do everyday and try hard at. When you think you are doing your best, try to do even better. The only person you should try to be better than is yourself. Practicing hard, staying determined, appreciating what you have, making good habits, and setting your goals high will surely put you on the road to success as we head off to state. Keep your head high and always looking forward will bring you to new heights. Time to put on the game face and get ready for a great state finals. Practice perfect and it will show when you perform.

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86th Annual Tom Tom Festival June 5th - June 7th, 2014

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THURS., JUNE 5TH- Yoakum’s royalty selected at the Tom Tom Pageant at 6:30pm at Yoakum’s Community Center; Carnival begins at the park 6:00pm and Team Roping at 7:30pm.

FRI., JUNE 6TH- Carnival open. Kiddie Parade at the park, BBQ cookers set up, Music by Los Kolaches at 7:30pm-midnight. Salsa, Chef’s Choice, Dessert Contest and Mixer Contest, Awards at 9:30pm.Rodeo at 8:00pm.

SAT., JUNE 7TH- Parade downtown at 10:00. Spend the rest of the day at the park with cookin’ and judgin’ Jack Pot Beans, Boneless Chicken Breasts, Pork Ribs, BBQ Sauce and Beef Brisket. We’ll also have games for kids, Arts and Crafts & Food Booths,Carnival, Biergarten and Rodeo. Live music at the Park Pavillion featuring Mario Flores,Josh Grider,and Jarrod Birmingham and FAMA, a Latin-American band, at the Community Center.

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TEXAS RAM DEALERS

34 Pierce Rd • Huntsville, Texas 77320 936.295.4136 • jwhooks881@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT - JAKE HUGHES VICE PRESIDENT - RILEY HOOKS SECRETARY - KELSEY THOMPSON

stuDent oFFicers

state Directors / reGion oFFicers John hooks

3951 CR 3385 • Lovelady, Texas 75851 936.348.0220 • starnsranch@windstream.net

chris starns

SECRETARY - KIM ACKEL 19885 Burrell Wingate Rd • Beaumont 77705

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409.781.3902 • kimackel@thsra9.com

119 CR 451 • Buffalo, Texas 75831 903.388.6164 • j_w_westbrook@yahoo.com

PRESIDENT- EDDIE DYSON

Julie JorDan

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

PERFORMANCE REPORT

BITTERSWEET By natalie sWenson– ariat Performance Reporter

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ur last two day rodeo in Groesbeck was bitter sweet. As the year is coming to an end competitors are starting to prepare for their trip to state or make the run to put them in the running for state. At the last rodeo we had a meeting and had elections for the new Region 9 officer team, Ariat Reporter, adult arena directors, student arena directors, and adult board of directors. Region 9 President Eddie Dyson talked about what competitors and parents should be prepared for the finals March 22 in Huntsville. Competitors are getting more and more excited with state just around the corner and for some it will be there last. So what are you doing to prepare for state to be successful and have fun in Abilene this year. Many are trying to keep their horses in the best physical shape as well as themselves. The week at state can be the longest week ever if you don't bring your A game. But besides being on the big stage in

the rodeo arena. Competitors can winde down and have fun with their friends in the truck push, dances, and community events. Taking a quick look at the Region 9 standings there are some competitors that have a strong hold on their first place spots in their events. John Douch in the Tiedown, Hayden Rasco and Lane Ardoin in the Team Roping, Wyatt Chalmers in the Steer Wrestling, Morgan Starns in the Girls Cutting, Kendell Emmons in the Breakaway, and Kelsey Thompson in the Barrel Racing. In the other events competitors are going to put on a good show to grab a hold on the coveted first place spot. I look forward to seeing everyone at State in Abilene, TX June 6-14. Good luck to all of the competitors and remember – Courage is being scared to death but saddling up anyway!


stuDent oFFicers PRESIDENT - CLINT WEBSTER VICE PRESIDENT - KATIE KEITH SECRETARY/TRES. - KAMBRIA MCDOUGAL vanessa halForD 1817 CR 177 • Stephenville, TX 76401 254.595.1211 • vanessa.halford@sville.us

Jerry WriGht 434 CR 315 • Oglesby, Texas 76561 254.290.4965 • jerrywrighthomes@hughes.net SECRETARY - LEIGH ANN FLORES PO Box 243 • McGregor, Texas 76657 254.722.0795 • region10rodeo@att.net

state Directors / reGion oFFicers

marty mcFall 1701 CR 135 • Brownwood, Texas 76801 325.642.4108 • mdmac76801@yahoo.com PRESIDENT - JERRY WRIGHT 434 CR 315 • Oglesby, Texas 76561 254.290.4965 • jerrywrighthomes@hughes.net

PERFORMANCE REPORT

Use the Talents God has Given You!

By Brooke

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Boiles– ariat Performance Reporter

hen slowing down and looking at your life you can often find it as confusing as one of the seven wonders. Trevor Brazile perfectly put things into perspective. He said, "I don't serve God for success. I serve God because he gave up his son so that I could have eternal life with him in heaven and at the end of the day that's all that matters. To know that your friends, your family, and yourself are gonna be in heaven because Jesus made that sacrifice, and all we have to do is believe. The hard part is already over." I think it's safe to say region X holds a great grasp to our faith, morals and representing

the cowboy way to glorify The Lord. One of region X's in particular is Shelby Zizzo, who is a senior at Salado High School. She runs barrels and poles and has been Rodeoing since Jr high or when she was about 12 and has competed in HSR all four years. Her Favorite part is the friends you meet along the way along with the competition to quailify for state. Shelby claims, "it pushed me to work harder for what I wanted. The tough competition," she says, "would have to be the hardest part as well. you definitely come across some tough girls to compete against." Shelby plans to continue to rodeo and pursue a degree in nursing and continue on to be a nurse partitioner, while on the side starting her younger horses. Shelby had marvelous days and accomplishments in high school to be proud of. She was involved in FFA and has recieved the highest state FFA degree possible; the lonestar degree. Along with everything else, she participated in the Public Relations LDE contest qualifying for state the past 2 years. This year you can count on seeing Shelby at the CDE state contest for horse judging like many years that have passed. Region X would like to wish Shelby great support while she makes her runs at the state finals and even more as she makes her runs in life! Good luck and God bless in all you do! We would like to encourage all of you out there to do as Trevor Brazile and the thousand of other looked up to professionals do. Use your talents God has given you to reach people and let them know you love The Lord.

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LYDIA MACKAY BIERSCHWALE

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!

By: Ava Anderson

Whatakid’s spotlight shines brightly on Lydia Mackay Bierschwale, an 18-year-old senior, attending Mason High School. Lydia is a member of the National Honor Society, and she’s actively involved in Student Council, and the New Student Welcoming Committee, at her school. Ms. Bierschwale, was the recipient of the Mason High School Academic Excellence Award in 2011 thru 2012. This aspiring young lady is also involved in UIL Academics; Pioneers Youth Leadership Program; and Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In the same year of 2011, Lydia was also awarded the Mason Cowgirl Track Fighting Heart Award. This all- around cowgirl and accomplished athlete, plays basketball , runs track and cross country; and her weekends are spent either, hauling to a rodeo or barrel race, competing in track and cross country meets, or competing in basketball games and tournaments. Lydia’s weekdays and after school hours are filled with a diversity of competitive events and practices that change throughout the year. Lydia elaborates, “First there is the short-lived nightmare of cross country, followed by basketball and more basketball, which wakes me up from my nightmare, and soon overtakes my schedule. Then I wrap up my year, by competing in track and field.” Lydia goes on to share “After school every day I rush home to rope and exercise my horses, and when the sun decides to set, it’s time for me to feed and put up the horses. Then, I’m finally able to head to the house, for a quick bite of supper and to start on a slew of homework due the next day…. And depending on the amount of homework, I can call it a night, anywhere between 10:00 pm to 3:00 am the next morning.” In the midst of her busy schedule there is a motto that Lydia abides by and that she puts into practice with the rising of each new day, “Today is your day! Your mountain is waiting. So… get on your way” by Dr. Seuss. Besides, facing a mountain of school academics and sports activities throughout the week and on the weekends too, Lydia finds a way to preserve through it all. She shares a typical day

in her life “I wake up around 6:30 am to 7:00 am, so then I can get on my way’ to town by 7:55 am for class. My school day consists of my Dual Credit Classes: English, Spanish, Government, and Biology, along with my AP Calculus class and athletics thrown right in the middle of my schedule.” Calculus being one of her favorite subjects, Lydia quips , “My teacher and the people in my class have a great sense of humor , which provides endless entertainment because me and my classmates find this to be much more funny than most would imagine because our brains our utterly , fried from the ridiculous math, we are being asked to understand.” Rounding the last lap of her senior year, Lydia is looking forward to graduation and what the future holds. Her future plans include, obtaining a Doctorate OF Physical Therapy and eventually to open her own physical therapy clinic she also wants to spend a few years hauling to pro rodeos and hopefully, qualifying for the NFR. Lydia fondly states “I could not have been more blessed, to have such wonderful family members to teach me everything I know about rodeo and training horses. My dad and grandfathers helped me train every horse I have ever competed on.” Reminiscing about her rodeo experiences and how she came to own her horses, Lydia goes on to share “My grandfather decided to get into the cutting business and sent one of his colts to cutting school. The horse flunked out twice, so my dad decided to try to make a rodeo horse out of him. Would you believe, in a few years, that horse would become TWJHD State Champion Pole Bending Horse? Feeling pretty lucky, we decided to train the next colt, which is now my barrel horse. My other grandfathers gave my brother a horse that he had been healing on and shortly thereafter, that horse became my breakaway horse.” Lydia wraps this interview by giving honor where honor is due, “My dad and grandfathers have always taught me about earning my reward. My family and close friends have been a support group in all my endeavors, and I am grateful for each of them. My cousin, Claudia and my best friends, Catelyn Felts, Elliot Bibb, and Sean Tucker, have always been there for me, by constantly giving me support. My heroes are my family, and I could not be more thankful to have them by my side.” Ms. Bierschwale, would also like to extend her thanks and gratefulness to Whataburger and all the members of THSRA, for their support, and for honoring her as a Region X, Whatakid!

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