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High Country Stampede Rodeo results July 9

Sky-Hi News Staff Report
Reader submitted photo from the High Country Stampede Rodeo in 2016.
Photo Courtesy of Crystal Miller |

Tie Down Roping

1st, Don Coffell, 2nd, Stuart Hoar, 3rd, Tyler Mesada

Breakaway Roping

1st, Shawnee Sherwood, 2nd, Charity Hoar, 3rd, Maggie Pomeroy

Saddle Bronc Riding

1st, Gavin McCallister

Mixed Team Roping

1st, Head, Leigh Sherwood, Heel, Cole Sherwood, 2nd, Head, Shawnee Sherwood, Heel, Steve Sherwood, 3rd, Head, Tish Linke, Heel, Robbie Crowder

Open Team Roping

1st, Head, Steve Sherwood, Heel, Cole Sherwood, 2nd, Head, Wyatt Crowder, Heel, Rick Harris, 3rd, Head, Dave Webb, Heel, Tony Krempin

Open Barrel Racing

1st, Taryn Boxleitner, 2nd, Meghan Cameron, 3rd, Debbie Lewis

Local Barrel Racing

1st, Ellen Tholen, 2nd, Sam Knight, 3rd, Sedar Thurston

Pole Bending

1st, Kelly Palmer, 2nd, Bailey Martin, 3rd, Meghan Cameron

8 & Under Barrel Racing

1st, Penny Myer, 2nd, Tally Harthun, 3rd, Quinn Miller

9-13 Barrel Racing

1st, Ashley Smith, 2nd, Madalyn Gabel, 3rd, Trevor McCullar

14-18 Barrel Racing

1st, Morgan Young, 2nd, Kelly Brauns, 3rd, Emma Auger

8 & Under Pole Bending

1st, Penny Myer, 2nd, Tristen Telck, 3rd, Tally Harthun

9-13 Pole Bending

1st, Lacey Sherrod, 2nd, Ashley Smith, 3rd, Trevor McCullar

14-18 Pole Bending

1st, Elizabeth Smith, 2nd, Emma Auger, 3rd, Morgan Young

9-13 Goat Tying

1st, Ashley Smith, 2nd, Sonny Gillen, 3rd, Taylin Harthun

14-18 Goat Tying

1st, Alexis Manley, 2nd, Shawnee Sherwood, 3rd, Emma Auger

14-18 Breakaway Roping

1st, Brian J Gillen

9-13 Jr/Sr Team Roping

1st, Buck McCullar, Trevor McCullar, 2nd, Sheridan Myer, Trace Lewis

14-18 Jr/Sr Team Roping

1st, Shawnee Sherwood, Alexis Manly

14-18 Bull Riding

1st, Kolten Moss, 74


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