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High Country Stampede Rodeo Results for Aug. 3

The High Country Stampede Rodeo reports the results from its Aug. 3 events as follows:

BAREBACK BRONC RIDING — 1. Travis Wheeler, 52.

BOUNTY BAREBACK — Travis Wheeler  

LADIES BREAKAWAY — 1. Tish Linke-Krempin, 4.670.

BOUNTY SADDLE BRONC — Gavin McAllister  

OPEN TEAM ROPING — 1. Tony Krempin (head) and Foster Krempin (heel), 14.500.  

LADIES OPEN BARREL RACING — 1. Dalene Harthun, 17.183; 2. Harley Ann Baas, 17.393; 3. Kate Spaur, 17.736; 4. Kayla DeSanti, 18.001; 5. Taylor Marrou, 18.060.

LADIES LOCAL BARREL RACING — 1. Bailey Martin, 17.970; 2. Janet Engel, 18.765; 3. Briana Baker, 19.940; 4. Sedar Thurston, 23.743; 5. Emma DeSanti, 30.222

LADIES POLE BENDING — 1. Kelly Palmer, 21.050; 2. Amy Grey, 22.945; 3. Dalene Harthun, 26.280; 4. Tish Linke-Krempin, 26.333

BOUNTY BULL — Travis Wheeler  

Junior rodeo  

9-13 BARRELS — 1. Paxton Damme, 18.449; 2. Brooke Marrou, 18.970; 3. Harley Ann Baas, 19.229; 4. Taylin Harthun, 19.556; 5. Luci Bruchez, 19.719.

14-18 BARRELS — 1. Elizabeth Smith, 18.440; 2. Taylor Marrou, 18.553; 3. Emma DeSanti, 19.468.

9-13 POLE BENDING — 1. Brooke Marrou, 22.710; 2. Harley Ann Baas, 23.642; 3. Ashley Smith, 26.312; 4. Tally Harthun, 26.379; 5. Flint Krempin, 27.826.

14-18 POLE BENDING — 1. Elizabeth Smith, 23.018; 2. Emma DeSanti, 29.426; 3. Taylor Marrou, 29.985.

9-13 GOAT TYING — 1. Ashley Smith, 10.696; 2. Taylin Harthun, 14.063; 3. Foster Krempin, 14.089; 4. Luci Bruchez, 17.801; 5. Sego Krempin, 19.535.

9-13 BREAKAWAY — 1. Foster Krempin, 2.720; 2. Harley Ann Baas, 3.410.

14-18 BREAKAWAY — 1. Elizabeth Smith, 6.720

9-13 JR/SR TEAM ROPING (Points and pay to juniors only) — 1. Foster Krempin (heel), 13.360; 2. Luci Bruchez (heel), 40.670.

14-18 TEAM ROPING (Points and pay to seniors only) — 1. Elizabeth Smith (heel), 14.920.


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