Crook County cowboys and cowgirls have solid performances at pair of fall rodeos

After fall rodeos in Condon and Molalla, several Crook County competitors have positioned themselves near the top of the Oregon High School Rodeo Association standings.

In Condon, during Labor Day weekend, Austin Madsen won the first go round of bull riding, while Austin Severence finished second in go round two. James Beatty earned a third-place finish in steer wrestling, while Ryder Shinkle finished seventh. Tristin Severence earned a third in tie-down roping, while Austin Severence and Shinkle earned a fourth and sixth place finish in team roping.

Cowgirls Miranda Mosby and Kimmer severence also had solid performances at the rodeo. Mosby finished second in the first round of goat tying, and fourth in round two. Meanwhile, Severance picked up a fourth and a seventh in pole bending. The final Crook County cowgirl to place in Condon was Talia Radabaugh, who took 10th in pole bending.

Then, on Sept. 13-15 the cowboys and cowgirls competed at the Molalla Rodeo, and once again a number of Crook County athletes performed well.

Beal earned a first and a sixth in girls cutting, while Radabaugh finished third in both go rounds. Kimmer Severence also placed in both rounds of cutting with a fourth and seventh place finish. Beal was also solid in breakaway roping earning a third and fourth place finish, while Severence finished fourth in the second go round. Severence also placed fifth in both go rounds of goat tying, while Mosby earned a fourth, and Beall an eighth in the second go round. Beall also placed ninth in both go rounds of barrel racing. Beall and Kimmer Severence also finished sixth in the second go round of team roping.

Once again, Austin Severence had a solid outing, winning the first go round of bull riding. In addition he and Shinkle took eighth in the first round of team roping.

Chad Forrester and Gavin Stafford earned their first points of the year with a first on day two of team roping, while Beatty earned another third in steer wrestling and Tristin Severence finished seventh in tie-down roping.

Although it is early in the rodeo season, Austin Severence is currently second in the state in bull riding, while Madsen is in fourth. Tristin Severence currently sits in seventh place in tie-down roping, while Beatty is fifth in steer wrestling. Mosby is curently fourth in goat tying, while Kimmer Severence sits in seventh. Beall sits in sixth place in breakaway roping while Kimmer Severence is in ninth. In girls cutting, Radabaugh is second, Beall fourth, and Severence sixth, while Severence is ninth in pole bending.

The rodeos were the final Oregon High School Rodeo Association events until next spring.

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