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State champions

Bannon, Sappington, Severance and Beatty all win state high school rodeo titles


When the dust settled and the arena cleared following Saturday’s final round of the Oregon High School Rodeo Association Finals, four Crook County athletes were crowned state champions.

Kimmer Severance was the first Crook County cowgirl to win a state title at this year’s rodeo, held at the Crook County Fairgrounds. Severance, who was in fourth place going into the finals, won her title in girls cutting. Severance finished second in both the first and second go round of Wednesday’s cutting competition, then won the short go round to take the competition. Her scores of 142.5, 140, and 141 were just enough to edge past teammate Talia Radabaugh. by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Brent Bannon makes a bareback ride during Saturday's short go of the Oregon High School Rodeo Association State Finals. Bannon won the state title in the event.

“It went good,” Severance said of her rodeo performance. “I just worked hard all week and I practiced every day and it finally showed off at the rodeo.”

Radabaugh, who was third going into the finals, briefly moved into the lead after winning the second go round. However, Radabaugh struggled during the final performance, dropping to second in the final standings with scores of 140, 144, and 126.

Crook County’s Bailey Beall, who entered the finals in second place, did not compete because of an injury. Corrie Hirschbock, the leader going into the finals, dropped to third place, while Kaci Rae Kamm finished in fourth to earn the final qualifying spot for the national finals.

Crook County’s second champion was James Beatty, who dominated Friday morning's light rifle competition. Beatty finished with 347 points in the competition, which was held at the Redmond Gun Club. Hunter Davis finished a distant second with a score of 251. Tate Gentry (216) and Jack Graham (211) earned the final spots at nationals.by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Riley Rae Sappington won the state title in goat tying.

Trap shooting was also contested on Friday, and Beatty finished fifth in the competition after hitting 20 of 25 clay targets. Will Gallagher won with 23, while Jayce Garthwaite took second (22), A.J. McCauley third (22), and Terrel Platt fourth (21).

The final two Crook County athletes to win state titles were Brent Bannon and Riley Rae Sappington.

Bannon, who was leading going into the finals, held on to win the state bareback championship.

Meanwhile, Sappington won the state championship in goat tying and also won the girls all-around title.

“It could have gone a little better, but I?was happy with how it went,” Sappington said of the state finals. “Pole bending probably could have gone a little bit better and I could have probably been a little more consistent in goat tying, but that’s kind of the luck of the draw.”

Bannon, who has held the lead in the bareback standings all season had to wait out a few anxious moments before making sure that he won his crown. After winning the first go round with a score of 74 Bannon drew a horse that did not buck well in the second go round. Bannon spurred for all he was worth, but by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Kimmer Severance makes a run during the final go round of breakaway roping. Severance finished with a time of 4.31 seconds, good for third place in the round.earned a score of just 67 in the round. He was given the option of a reride, but chose to keep the score when only one other rider earned a score in the round. Sam Kuschnick, who took second in round one won the go round with a score of 74. When Kuschnick posted a score of 69 in the short go, Bannon knew that he had to have a clean ride to win the state championship. He was up to the challenge, matching Kuschnick’s score of 69 and sealing his championship. Kusckhick finished second in the standings while William Kidder finished a distant third. No other bareback riders qualified for either state or nationals.

Sappington, who competed in six events at the state championships, had mixed results during the finals. She held just a one-point lead in goat tying going into the finals, but was able to extend her lead, winning by 13 points. Sappington was second in the first go round (8.33), fifth in the second go (10.23), and 10th in the short go (11.45). However, several other goat tyers also struggled and placing in all three rounds turned out to be enough for Sappington to win.

Kamm, who was second going into the finals, dropped to third in the final standings. Meanwhile, Crook County’s Miranda Mosby blistered the field in the opening go round, winning with a time of 8.01. Despite slower times in the next two go rounds, (12.22, 10th, and 10.68, sixth) Mosby moved into second in the final standings. by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Austin Severance finished second in bull riding.

Dally Sue Smith moved all the way from sixth to take the final berth to nationals. Severance finished in eighth place in the final standings, while Beall was once again unable to compete.

Sappington had more difficulty in breakaway roping. After leading the standings for most of the year she fell to second place in the final standings.

Smith, who had an outstanding rodeo, moved up from third place to win the state championship. However, the biggest mover in the event was Severance who moved all the way from 11th to third place in the standings.?Although she didn’t win a single go round, Severance was possibly the most consistent performer in the event, picking up two thirds (4.31, 3.41) and a fifth (4.38). Kamm finished in fourth.

Sappington also qualified for nationals in barrel racing, finishing third. Maria Millar won the event while Darcie Himmelspach took second and Joely Jak Patnode finished fourth.

One other Crook County athlete punched his ticket to the national finals. Austin Severance made just one scoring ride in bull riding, but that was enough to finish second in the event. Severance and Cody Hudson tied for first in the second go round with scores of 72. Severance had an opportunity to win the state title, but was unable to earn a score in the final go round.

“I’m pretty happy with it,” Severance said. “I was hoping it would go a little better, but I?was happy with how I did.”

Chase Dougherty, who had led the standings for the entire year, was unable to make a single qualified ride in the competition, but when no one else had more than one ride in the competition he was able to hold on to win the title. Dougherty, who was riding hurt, originally was going to withdraw from the competition after the first go round, but continued to ride fearing that Severance might pass him for the state championship.

Severance, who was trailing by 39 points going into the championship, closed the gap significantly, but still lost by 14.5 points. Hudson finished third in the standings, while Bobby Vaughn moved up to fourth.by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - James Beatty makes a run in steer wrestling. Beatty finished ninth in the event.

Crook County cowboy Austin Madsen, who was fifth going into the state, was unable to make it the required eight seconds on any of his rides, despite several outstanding efforts, and dropped to sixth in the final standings.

Other Crook County athletes to finish in the top 10 in the final standings included Sappington (sixth in team roping with partner Preston Pederson), Chad Forrester and Gavin Stafford (10th in team roping) and Beatty (ninth in steer wrestling).

After qualifying for nationals in the event last year, Beatty was never able to gain any traction in this year’s state finals, failing to earn a time in the competition.

Although they did not finish in the top 10 in the final standings several other Crook County athletes placed in individual go rounds at the finals.

Tristin and Kimmer Severance took sixth in the first go round of team roping with a time of 12.40. Austin Severance and Ryder Shinkle also placed in the round, taking eighth with a time of 14.19.

Tristin and Kimmer were even better in the second go round, finishing second with a time of 12.07. Despite the solid performances, the duo was too far back in the standings to reach the short go.

Radabaugh also failed to reach the short go in any of her events other than cutting, but placed in two rounds of barrel racing and one go round of breakaway roping.

Other state champions were A.J. McCauley (steer wrestling and boys cutting), Jordan Tye (tie down roping), Shandie Britt (pole bending), and Justin Farber and Calgary Smith (team roping).

McCauley, of Redmond, also won the boys all-around championship and finished second in tie down roping.

“It was keeping my head on my shoulders and doing what needed to be done,” McCauley said of his championship performance. “It was not being as quick as I?can, but being smart about the run and getting those average points racked up.”

Just because an athlete did not finish in the top four in their event does not mean that the season is over. Athletes finishing in positions five through 15 are eligible for the Silver State International Rodeo, which is held each year in Fallon, Nev. This year’s rodeo will take place June 29 through July 5.

The top four individuals in each event will compete at the National High School Rodeo Association Finals, held in Rock Springs, Wyo., July 13-19. The event is expected to attract more than 1,500 high school athletes from 41 states, five Canadian Provinces and Australia.

“It’s going to be busy,”?Sappington said of nationals. “You are running around a lot, but it’s really fun.”

Rodeo

Oregon High School Rodeo Association

State Finals

Wednesday through Saturday,

June 11-14

At Crook County Fairgrounds

First go round

Bareback riding — 1. Brent Bannon, 74. 2. Sam Kuschnick, 69.

Saddle bronc riding — 1. Trenton Robnett, 73. 2. Tate Smith, 62.

Bull riding — No qualified rides.

Steer wrestling — 1. Tyler Opie, 8.19. 2. Lane Potter, 8.38. 3. A.J. McCauley, 12.53.

Tie down roping — 1. Preston Pederson, 12.16. 2. Trey Recanzone, 12.38. 3. Lane Potter, 12.93. 4. Jordan Tye, 13.12. 5. Jack Graham, 13.34. 6. A.J. McCauley, 13.75. 7. Justin Farber, 14.41. 8. Tucker Hill, 16.78. 9. Kyle Easterly, 17.25. 10. Will Gallagher, 27.25.

Team roping — 1. Tanner Hill/Tucker Hill, 8.44. 2. A.J. McCauley/Jack Graham, 8.75. 3. Zach Raley/Trey Recanzone, 9.41. 4. Riley Rae Sappington/Preston Pederson, 9.50. 5. Justin Farber/Calgary Smith, 12.25. 6. Tristin Severance/

KimmerSeverance, 12.40. 7. Chaise Robbins/Cort Crume, 14.10. 8. Austin Severance/Ryder Shinkle, 14.19. 9. Jordan Tye/Will Gallagher, 15.34. 10. Emily Sorey/Jake Cerini, 17.28.

Barrel racing — 1. Riley Rae Sappington, 17.919. 2. Raeann Hill, 17.9991. 3. Cheyenne Wolfe, 18.023. 4. Taylor Betz, 18.098. 5. Maria Millard, 18.100. 6. Joely Jak Patnode, 18.172. 7. Baylee Jo Hansen, 18.222. 8. Quincie Freeman, 18.366. 9. Kelsi Eastman, 18.404. 10. KayLee Aldrich, 18.414.

Pole bending — 1. Bailey Harrison, 21.163. 2. Maria Millard, 21.371. 3. Riley Rae Sappington, 21.427. 4. Shandie Britt, 21.646. 5. Lexi Schroeder, 21.685. 6. MaKayla Johnson, 21.693. 7. Makenzi Hughes, 21.977. 8. Talia Radabaugh, 21.989. 9. Jaycee Copher, 22.091. 10. Devon Stackhouse, 22.170.

Breakaway roping — 1. Dally Sue Smith, 3.22. 2. Randee Weygandt, 4.14. 3. Kimmer Severance, 4.31. 4. Bailey Hanson, 4.44. 5. Hailey Basford, 4.47. 6. Raeann Hill, 5.53. 7. Josie Reno, 6.59. 8. Riley Rae Sappington, 9.44.

Goat tying — 1. Miranda Mosby, 8.01. 2. Riley Rae Sappington, 8.33. 3. Kimmer Severance, 9.06. 4. Hailey Basford, 9.81. 5. Bailey Harrison, 10.27. 6. Dally Sue Smith, 10.54. 7. Maria Millard, 10.58. 8. Kelsi Eastman, 10.67. 9. Natalie Scotto, 11.79. 10. Katie Sharpe, 13.20.

Boys cutting — 1. A.J. McCauley, 145. 2. Tucker Hill, 143. 3. Preston Pederson, 135. 4. Jack Graham, 127. 5. Johnny Pederson, 122. 6. Kolby Currin, 122.

Girls cutting — 1. Kaci Rae Kamm, 145. 2. Kimmer Severance, 142.5. 3. Talia Radabaugh, 140. 4. Corrie Hirschbock, 138. 5. Riley Rae Sappington, 134. 6. MaKayla Johnson, 133. 7. Samantha Wymer, 129. 8. Cheyenne Wolfe, 123. 9. Mahrisa Paluck, 122.

Second go round

Bareback riding — 1. Sam Kuschnick, 74. 2. Brent Bannon, 67.

Saddle bronc riding — 1. Johnny Espeland, 73. 2. Tucker Hill, 67. 3. Tate Smith, 62. 4. Hunter Davis, 60.

Bull riding — 1/2. Cody Hudson, 72. 1/2. Austin Severance, 72. 3. Bobby Vaughn, 66.

Steer wrestling — 1. Kyle Easterly, 8.06. 2. Brayden Vancleave, 9.69. 3. Tucker Hill, 11.39. 4. Tucker Wright, 12.69. 5. A.J. McCauley, 14.44. 6. Riley Clark, 19.37. 7. Kyle Stickel, 22.53. 8. Lane Potter, 29.35.

Tie down roping — 1. A.J. McCauley, 12.73. 2. Calgary Smith, 13.06. 3. Trey Recanzone, 13.63. 4. Justin Farber, 13.97. 5. Tucker Hill, 14.21. 6. reston Pederson, 19.44. 7. Tate Gentry, 21.00. 8. Jordan Tye, 29.25. 9. Kolby Currin, 29.66. 10. Lane Potter, 31.06.

Team roping — 1. Johnny Pederson/Tate Gentry, 8.91. 2. Tristin Severance/Kimmer Severance, 12.07. 3. Justin Farber/Calgary Smith, 13.10. 4. Jorday Tye/Will Gallagher, 13.19. 5. Tanner Hill/Tucker Hill, 17.78. 6. Emily Sorey/Jake Cerini, 20.16. 7. Dally Sue Smith/Lane Potter, 29.00. 8. Trenton Robnett/Michael Snider, 40.31.

Barrel racing — 1. Darcie Himmelspach, 17.833. 2. Joely Jak Patnode, 17.841. 3. Quincie Freeman, 17.894. 4. Maria Millard, 18.065. 5. Cheyenne Wolfe, 18.094. 6. Riley Rae Sappington, 18.111. 7. Talia Radabaugh, 18.188. 8. Jaycee Copher, 18.199. 9. Baylee Jo Hansen, 18.227. 10. KayLee Aldrich, 18.300.

Pole bending — 1. Bailey Harrison, 21.040. 2. Darcie Himmelspach, 21.159. 3. Bailey Hanson, 21.284. 4. Devon Stackhouse, 21.785. 5. Shandie Britt, 21.811. 6. Jaycee Copher, 21.851. 7. Makenzi Hughes, 22.021. 8. MaKayla Johnson, 22.287. 9. Raeann Hill, 22.299. 10. Kimmer Severance, 22.684.

Breakaway roping — 1. Dally Sue Smith, 3.29. 2. Kaci Rae Kamm, 3.38. 3. Kimmer Severance, 3.41. 4. Maria Millard, 3.81. 5. Allie Brown, 4.10. 6. April Vernon, 4.31. 7. Talia Radabaugh, 4.80. 8. Valerie James, 5.35. 9. Riley Rae Sappington, 12.97. 10. Jamie Gibson, 13.56.

Goat tying — 1. Mattie Watt, 8.19. 2. Dally Sue Smith, 9.13. 3. Natalie Scotto, 9.27. 4. Kaci Rae Kamm, 9.56. 5. Riley Rae Sappington, 10.23. 6. Darcie Himmelspach, 10.55. 7. Bailey Harrison, 10.57. 8. Bailey Jo Hansen, 10.97. 9. Joely Jak Patnode, 11.75. 10. Miranda Mosby, 12.22.

Boys cutting — 1. Tucker Hill, 143. 2. Jack Graham, 139. 3. A.J. McCauley, 139. 4. Kolby Currin, 136. 5. Preston Pederson, 135. 6. Johnny Pederson, 132.

Girls cutting — 1. Talia Radabaugh, 144. 2. Kimmer Severance, 140. 3. Mahrisa Paluck, 136. 4. Kaci Rae Kamm, 134. 5. MaKayla Johnson, 131. 6. Cheyenne Wolfe, 126. 7. Corrie Hirschbock, 125. 8. Riley Rae Sappington, 124. 9. Samantha Wymer, 122.

Short go round

Bareback riding — 1/2. Sam Kuschnick, 69. 1/2. Brent Bannon, 69. 3. William Kidder, 62.

Saddle bronc riding — No qualified rides.

Bull riding — No qualified rides.

Steer wrestling — 1. A.J. McCauley, 5.44. 2. Tucker Wright, 5.90. 3. Tyler Opie, 10.41. 4. Kyle Easterly, 10.60. 5. Brayden Vancleave, 13.06. 6. Riley Clark, 15.53. 7. Brayden Schmitt, 24.12. 8. Lane Potter, 26.25.

Tie down roping — 1. Jordan Tye, 10.31. 2. Trey Recanzone, 13.03. 3. A.J.?McCauley, 16.47. 4. Justin Farber, 16.69. 5. Tate Gentry, 17.69. 6. Jack Graham, 20.76. 7. Preston Pederson, 24.19. 8. Lane Potter, 31.82.

Team roping — 1. Jordan Tye/Will Gallagher, 6.28. 2. Chaise Robbins/Cort Crume, 8.72. 3. Justin Farber/Calgary Smith, 11.67. 4. Riley Rae Sappington/Preston Pederson, 13.54. 5. Johnny Pederson/Tate Gentry, 28.37.

Barrel racing — 1. Darcie Himmelspach, 17.625. 2. Maria Millard, 17.698. 3. Quincie Freeman, 17.798. 4. Riley Rae Sappington, 17.851. 5. Allie Brown, 17.984. 5. KayLee Aldrich, 18.027. 7. Raeann Hill, 18.102. 8. Joely Jak Patnode, 22.602. 9. Baylee Jo Hansen, 22.919. 10. Cheyenne Wolfe, 22.925.

Pole bending — 1. Allie Brown, 21.001. 2. Maria Millard, 21.068. 3. Bailey Harrison, 21.079. 4. Shandie Britt, 21.387. 5. Bailey Hanson, 21.456. 6. Jaycee Copher, 21.462. 7. Kimmer Severance, 21.875. 8. MaKayla Johnson, 21.896. 9. Raeann Hill, 26.479. 10. Riley Rae Sappington, 33.298.

Breakaway roping — 1. Kelsi Eastman, 3.15. 2. Kaci Rae Kamm, 3.22. 3. Riley Rae Sappington, 3.53. 4. Dally Sue Smith, 3.72. 5. Kimmer Severance, 4.38. 6. Raeann Hill, 4.87. 7. Jamie Gibson, 23.13.

Goat tying — 1. Bailey Harrison, 8.96. 2. Maria Millard, 9.15. 3. Natalie Scotto, 9.28. 4. Dally Sue Smith, 10.34. 5. Kaci Rae Kamm, 10.56. 6. Miranda Mosby, 10.68. 7. Kimmer Severance, 10.84. 8. Mattie Watt, 11.42. 9. Kelsi Eastman, 11.47. 10. Riley Rae Sappington, 11.49.

Boys cutting — 1. Preston Pederson, 143. 2. Jack Graham, 140. 3. Johnny Pederson, 140. 4. A.J. McCauley, 132. 5. Kolby Currin, 131. 6. Tucker Hill, 124.

Girls cutting — 1. Kimmer Severance, 141. 2. Kaci Rae Kamm, 135. 3. Mahrisa Paluck, 131. 4. MaKayla Johnson, 131. 5. Samantha Wymer, 129. 6. Talia Radabaugh, 126. 7. Corrie Hirschbock, 126. 8. Cheyenne Wolfe, 124. 9. Riley Rae Sappington, 122.

Average

Bareback riding — 1. Sam Kuschnick. 2. Brent Bannon. 3. William Kidder.

Saddle bronc riding — 1. Tate Smith. 2. Johnny Espeland. 3. Trenton Robnett. 4. Tucker Hill. 5. Hunter Davis.

Steer wrestling — 1. A.J. McCauley. 2. Lane Potter. 3. Tucker Wright. 4. Tyler Opie. 5. Kyle Opie. 5. Kyle Easterly. 6. Brayden Vancleave. 7. Riley Clark. 8. Brayden Schmitt.

Tie down roping — 1. Trey Recanzone. 2. A.J.?McCauley. 3. Justin Farber. 4. Jordan Tye. 5. Preston Pederson. 6. Jack Graham. 7. Lane Potter. 8. Tate Gentry. 9. Calgary Smith. 10. Will Gallagher.

Team roping — 1. Jordan Tye/Will Gallagher. 2. Justin Farber/Calgary Smith. 3. Chaise Robbins/Cort Crume. 4. Riley Rae Sappington/Preston Pederson. 5. Tanner Hill/Tucker Hill. 6. Johnny Pederson/Tate Gentry. 7. Dally Sue Smith/Lane Potter. 8. A.J. McCauley/Jack Graham. 9. Zach Raley/Trey Recanzone.

Barrel racing — 1. Maria Millard. 2. Riley Rae Sappington. 3. Quince Freeman. 4. Raeann Hill. 5. KayLee Aldrich. 6. Allie Brown. 7. Joely Jak Patnode. 8. Darcie Himmelspach. 9. Cheyenne Wolfe. 10. Baylee Jo Hansen.

Pole bending — 1. Bailey Harrison. 2. Shandie Britt. 3. Jaycee Copher. 4. MaKayla Johnson. 5. Bailey Hanson. 6. Maria Millard. 7. Kimmer Severance. 8. Allie Brown. 9. Raeann Hill. 10. Riley Rae Sappington.

Breakaway roping — 1. Dally Sue Smith. 2. Kimmer Severance. 3. Riley Rae Sappington. 4. Kaci Rae Kamm. 5. Raeann Hill. 6. Jamie Gibson. 7. Kelsi Eastman. 8. Maria Millard. 9. Allie Brown. 10. April Vernon.

Goat tying — 1. Bailey Harrison. 2. Daly Sue Smith. 3. Riley Rae Sappington. 4. Natalie Scotto. 5. Miranda Mosby. 6. Kimmer Severance. 7. Mattie Watt. 8. Maria Millard. 9. Kelsi Eastman. 10. Kaci Rae Kamm.

Boys cutting — 1. A.J. McCauley. 2. Tucker Hill. 3. Preston Pederson. 4. Jack Graham. 5. Johnny Pederson. 6. Kolby Currin.

Girls cutting — 1. Kimmer Severance. 2. Kaci Rae Kamm. 3. Talia Radabaugh. 4. MaKayla Johnson. 5. Corrie Hirschbock. 6. Mahrisa Paluck. 7. Samantha Wymer. 8. Riley Rae Sappington. 9. Cheyenne Wolfe.

Final standings (Top four qualify for national)

Bareback riding — 1. Brent Bannon, 151.6. 2. Sam Kuschnick, 132.5. 3. William Kidder, 66.

Saddle bronc riding — 1. Tate Smith, 130. 2. Tucker HIll, 124. 3. Johnny Espeland, 99. 4. Trenton Robnett, 90. 5. Hunter Davis, 78.

Bull riding — 1. Chase Dougherty, 116. 2. Austin Severance, 101.5. 3. Cody Hudson, 89.5. 4. Bobby Vaughn, 62. 5. Orrin Ouska, 52. 6. Austin Madsen, 44. 7. Dakota Lyons, 32.

Steer wrestling — 1. A.J. McCauley, 149. 2. Tucker Wright, 143. 3. Tyler Opie, 133. 4. Kyle Easterly, 110. 5. Brayden Vancleave, 89. 6. Riley Clark, 83. 7. Lane Potter, 73. 8. Brayden Schmitt, 61. 9. James Beatty, 54. 10. Tucker HIll, 39.

Tie down roping — 1. Jordan Tye, 147. 2. A.J. McCauley, 132. 3. Jack Graham, 110. 4. Calgary Smith, 102. 5. Trey Recanzone, 92. 6/7. Preston Pederson, 85. 6/7. Justin Farber, 65. 8. Lane Potter, 76. 9. Tate Gentry, 63. 10. Will Gallagher, 45.

Team roping — 1. Justin Farber/Calgary Smith, 304. 2. Jordan Tye/Will Gallagher, 274. 3. Johnny Pederson/Tate Gentry, 210. 4. Chaise Robbins/Cort Crume, 198. 5. Dally Sue Smith/Lane Potter, 188. 6. Riley Rae Sappington/Preston Pederson, 178. 7. Tanner Hill/Tucker Hill, 168. 8. A.J. McCauley/Jack Graham, 140. 9. Zach Raley/Trey Recanzone, 114. 10. Chad Forrester/Gavin Stafford, 86.

Barrel racing — 1. Maria Millard, 151. 2. Darcie Himmelspach, 140. 3. Riley Rae Sappington, 135. 4. Joely Jak Patnode, 113. 5. KayLee Aldrich, 100. 6. Quincie Freeman, 95. 7. Cheyenne Wolfe, 86. 8. Allie Brown, 78. 9. Raeann Hill, 64. 10. Bylee Jo Hansen, 35.

Pole bending — 1. Shandie Britt, 145. 2. Maria Millard, 139. 3. Bailey Harrison, 125. 4. Jaycee Copher, 116. 5. Allie Brown, 97. 6. MaKayla Johnson, 88. 7. Riley Rae Sappington, 75. 8. Bailey Hanson, 70. 9. Kimmer Severance, 58.5. 10. Raeann Hill, 43.5.

Breakaway robing — 1. Dally Sue Smith, 139.5. 2. Riley Rae Sappington, 132. 3. Kimmer Severance, 99. 4. Kaci Rae Kamm, 90. 5. Allie Brown, 82. 6. Jamie Gibson, 73. 7. Raeann HIll, 65.5. 8. Maria Millard, 58.5. 9. Kelsi Eastman, 54.5. 10. April Vernon, 39.

Goat tying — 1. Riley Rae Sappington, 148. 2. Miranda Mosby, 135. 3. Kaci Rae Kamm, 122. 4. Dally Sue Smith, 111.5. 5. Bailey Harrison, 105. 6. Natalie Scotto, 100. 7. Mattie Watt, 82.5. 8. Kimmer Severance, 71. 9. Maria Millard, 62.5. 10. Kelsi Eastman, 48.

Boys cutting — 1. A.J. McCauley, 97.5. 2. Preston Pederson, 95. 3. Jack Graham, 93. 4. Johnny Pederson, 93. 4. Johnny Pederson, 84. 5. Kolby Currin, 71. 6. Tucker Hill, 69.5.

Girls cutting — 1. Kimmer Severance, 100. 2. Talia Radabaugh, 91. 3. Corrie Hirschbock, 84.5. 4. Kaci Rae Kamm, 78.5. 5. MaKayla Johnson, 63.5. 6. Mahrisa Paluck, 55.5. 7. Cheyenne Wolfe, 46.5. 8. Samantha Wymer, 43.5. 9. Riley Rae Sappington, 21.

Trap shooting — 1. Will Gallagher, 23. 2. Jayce Garthwaite, 22. 3. A.J. McCauley, 22. 4. Terrel Platt, 21. 5. James Beatty, 20. 6. Preston Pederson, 18. 7. Bobby Vaughn, 16. 7. Jake Cerini, 14. 8. Quinton Nyman, 14. 9. Tate Gentry, 12.

Light rifle — 1. James Beatty, 347. 2. Hunter Davis, 251. 3. Tate Gentry, 216. 4. Jack Graham, 211. 5. Jayce Garthwaite, 180. 6. Kolby Currin, 177. 7. Baylee Jo Hansen, 87. 8. William Kidder, 80.

Boys all-around champion — A. J. McCauley, 423.5.

Girls all-around champion — Riley Rae Sappington, 648.

Boys rookie of the year — Calgary Smith, 271.

Girls rookie of the year — Joely Jak Patnode, 161.



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