Helldorado Days PRCA Rodeo Las Vegas

BAREBACK: 1. Wes Stevenson, 85 points; 2. Caleb Bennett (Bluffdale, Utah), 84; (tie) Bee Jay Scott (Otley, Iowa) and Matt Bright (Azle, Texas), 83; 5. Will Lowe (Canyon, Texas), 81.

STEER WRESTLING: 1. Wyatt Kinghorn (Lewisville, Idaho), 4.2 seconds; 2. (tie) Ryan Shaw (Plain City, Utah) and Blaine Jones (Templeton, Calif.), 4.3; 4. Jake Ashworth (Layton, Utah), 4.4; 5. (tie) Pepe Arballo (Wittman, Ariz.), Craig James Smith (West Haven, Utah), Brad McGilchrist (Marysville, Calif.) and Damian Padilla (Rio Rico, Ariz.), 4.8.

SADDLE BRONC: 1. Jesse Bail (Camp Crook, S.D.), 86 points; 2. Cody Wright (Milford, Utah), 84; 3. (tie) Chuck Schmidt (Keldron, S.D.) and Sam Spreadborough (Snyder, Texas), 82; 5. Shaun Stroh (Dickinson, N.D.), 80;

CALF ROPING: 1. J.C. Malone (Roy, Utah), 8.6 seconds; 2. Matt Shiozawa (Chubbock, Idaho), 9.2; 3. J.D. Kibbe (Portales, N.M.); 4. (tie) Jared Arave (Blackfoot, Idaho) and Chance Means (Buckhorn, N.M.), 9.5.

TEAM ROPING: 1. Quincy Kueckelhan (Bonham, Texas) and Dustin Davis (Rabenna, Texas), 6.0 seconds; 2. Seth Gurney (Aurora, Utah) and K.C. Curtis (Monroe, Utah), 6.1; 3. Jesse Sheffield (Austin, Colo.) and Wes Miller (Big Piney, Wyo.), 6.5; 4. Brian Arave (Hemet, Calif.) and Brock Andrus (St. George, Utah), 7.1; 5. Jody Carper (Jamul, Calif.) and Clayton Van Aken (Descanso, Calif.), 7.5;

BARREL RACING: 1. Sherry Cervi (Marana, Ariz.), 15.05 seconds; 2. Kelsi Elkins (Aztec, N.M.), 15.14; 3. Deanna Rynearson (Norco, Calif.), 15.42; 4. Brittany Hofstetter (Portales, N.M.), 15.47; 5. (tie) Marvel Murphy (Fallon) and Tracee Young (Delta, Utah), 15.52.


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