Hub Area 4-H rodeo concludes with some scrapes but more smiles

Emily Richie, of Bristol, competes in the junior girls barrel racing Saturday at the Hub Area 4H Rodeo in the Akkerman Arena on the Brown County Fairgrounds. Rodeo action continues today begining at 8:45 a.m. American News Photo by John Davis taken 7/1/2017

By Cuyler Meade
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The northeast reach of the Brown County Fairgrounds was the location where hundreds of young horsemen and horsewomen assembled for the first day of the annual Hub City 4-H Rodeo on July 1.

The rodeo pitted boys and girls against their peers in all the traditional competitions, with pride and belt buckles on the line.

Rodeo is about as old a sport as there is in this country, but that doesn’t stop young people from embracing it whole-heartedly.

“Our whole family has done it,” one rider, Skyler Lutter, said. “I don’t know what I would do without it.”

Her sister, Emma, chimed in.

“It’s what we know,” Emma Lutter said.

Emma and Skyler, both from Redfield, had a strong day on July 1, finishing high in several events and going one-two in poles — Emma pulling off the better time of the pair. The two said they’ve been doing 4-H rodeo since they were 8, but had been riding since before they could walk.

They came to the sport in part through their father, Joseph Lutter, a former rodeo competitor himself. Both say that they’ve always been too busy to compete in other sports, so rodeo is their athletic outlet.

A tough day of roping had them looking for suggestions. They turned to their dad.

“Practice roping the bale,” Skyler said, “and have Dad critique us.”

Of Joseph’s five children, four have done rodeo.

“It’s just something you can do with your family, your friends,” he said. “People that I’ve rodeoed with, my kids are rodeoing with their kids. We’ve known them for a long time. Just a lifetime of friendships.”

As strong a day as Emma and Skyler had, nobody could catch up to Josi Stevens among the senior girls. The winner of breakaway and barrels and a high finisher in goat tying and poles, Stevens took away the senior girls all-around after day one.

But it wasn’t easy getting to that point. Stevens is coming off a sprained anterior cruciate ligament.

“Hyper-extended it in track and then landed wrong in volleyball,” Stevens said. “I was out, like, three months. I’ve been rodeoing, but haven’t been goat tying.”

Stevens said she was just cleared two days ago for goat tying, which involves hopping off your horse mid-stride and is reasonably concerning for someone recovering from a major knee injury.

“I missed my first wrap (of the goat’s legs), but it still ended up pretty good,” she said.

Stevens, from Miller, plays a lot of other sports, but rodeo is special to her.

“The people are really interesting,” Stevens said. “They’re just more entertaining than most people I go to school with. The horses, I’ve enjoyed riding horses since I was little.

“I feel like in rodeo, you get to meet more people, get to socialize more, but it’s still just as competitive as anything else.”

While Stevens took the all-around for senior girls, Callie Aamot was busy doing the same with the juniors.

Aamot, from De Smet, was first in goat tying, fifth in barrels and seventh in poles. At the very least, she wasn’t particularly surprised by her finish with the goats.

“With goats, I do pretty well,” Aamot said. “But it takes a lot of practice.”

Aamot said she’s been doing 4-H rodeo since she was 8, but has done Little Britches and other events since she was as young as she can remember.

“It’s really fun,” she said. “I like meeting all the people.”

And on a day when things are going her way, like on July 1?

“It feels pretty awesome.”

Day Two

Zach Faehnrich was walking around Akkerman Arena on July 2 looking like he’d just lost a fight.

But, as it turned out, you really should see the other guy.

In this case, the other guy was a bull. Faehnrich of Mobridge was anything but a loser at the Hub Area 4-H Rodeo.

Although he ended up with a busted-up face for his efforts, Faenhrich was the winner in the senior boys bull riding.

And, while the end result of bull riding is pretty much always a fall from a bull, Faenhrich still took responsibility for the deep cuts above and below his nose.

“Started in and he started spinning,” he said. “Heard the whistle, I got kind of lazy, started pulling my rope, he kind of shot me forward and I thought I was going on a head or try taking a dive on the ground.”

Faehnrich said medical personnel recommended stitches, and he was probably about to head over to the hospital to get that done. But after the rodeo was over, obviously. He was in no hurry.

This isn’t Faehnrich’s first rodeo — literally. He’s been busted up before.

“I’ve had a horn go through the top of my eyelid, (had one) go through my lip,” he said. “Broke a nose a couple of times.”

But it doesn’t deter the 17-year-old bull rider, who calls it, simply, “fun.”

“It’s the best thrill,” Faehnrich said. “It’s like someone’s playing basketball, makes the most points on the team. It’s a good feeling.”

Faehnrich’s day was good — by his estimation anyway — but almost nobody had as good a day on July 2 as Mason Moody.

“Yeah, I had a pretty good day,” Moody said, smiling. “We placed in about every event. I got second in the bull-riding, second in the breakaway roping and fourth in the race (July 2).”

That was good enough for the relatively diminutive, platinum-blond 14-year-old to take away the junior boys all-around.

“Feels pretty good,” he said. “I’ve won quite a few rodeos, but it’s always a great feeling to know your hard work pays off.”

Moody of Letcher said he can’t imagine life without rodeo.

“Everything,” he said of what he’d miss when he was done with the sport some day in the hopefully distant future. “I love the sport of rodeo.”

He’s pretty good at it, too. Moody was tied for reserve — all-around runner-up — after the July 1 rodeo.

“I like how if you don’t work hard you don’t get payment back,” Moody said.

It was Moody’s day at the rodeo on July 2, but it was Alex Bergeson’s day in general.

July 2 was Bergeson’s 18th birthday.

Bergeson of Mitchell was also the steer wrestling champ on July 2.

“I knew I had an alright steer,” he said. “I ran it down, a 6.9 (seconds) on it clean. Which was surprising, because there were tough steers.”

Bergeson, who also plays tennis and hockey, has one more year of 4-H rodeo. He said the camaraderie and competition is what drives him to keep doing it.

That’s a sentiment that was echoed by nearly every young person at the Brown County Fairgrounds this weekend.

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July 1 scores

Jr. boys breakaway

1 Tryce Slykhuis, 4.480; 2 Tate Johnson, 5.300; 3 Tate Hoffman, 5.820; 4 Mason Jones, 16.440.

Jr. boys cattle riding

1 Lane Miller, 58; T2 Tucker Mertens, 56; T2 Mason Moody, 56; 4 Tate Meyer, 49; 5 Tyan Johnson, 47; 6 Ryder Rowland, 45.

Jr. boys flag race

1 Seth Gaikowski, 8.791; 2 Treyton Knox, 8.965; 3 Tate Hoffman 8.970; 4 Tate Meyer 9.254; 5 Tyan Johnson 9.359; 6 Tegan Marzahn, 9.600; 7 Maveric Smith, 9.650; 8 Mason Moody 9.929; 9 Samuel Blue 10.343; 10 Chase Olson 10.498; 11 Chance Schoenfeld 10.699; 12 Tigh Gaikowski, 10.924; 13 Holden Havlik, 11.017; 14 Tripp Gaikowski, 11.137; 15 Reed Gray, 13.938; 16 Mason Hunter, 16.136; 17 Tucker Davidson 19.875; 18 Tate Johnson, 22.000.

Jr. boys goats

1 Ty Moser 11.420; 2 Mason Moody 12.540; 3 Colt Dunkelberger 13.650; 4 Tate Johnson 13.820; 5 Chase Olson, 14.130; 6 Tate Hoffman, 14.150; 7 Clay Stevens, 14.150; 8 Eli Haugen 14.630; 9 Seth Gaikowski, 14.960; 10 Holden Havlik 15.500; 11 Cole Paulson, 15.500; 12 Jimmy Lammers 17.370; 13 Tryce Slykhuis, 17.430; 14 Tegan Marzhan 17.920; 15 Tigh Gaikowski, 17.960; 16 Josh Heckenlaible, 18.150; 17 Trey Moody, 18.700; 18 Samuel Blue, 21.620; 19 Tate Meyer, 21.740; 20 Brady Meyer, 22.680; 21 Chance Schoenfeld, 22.810; 22 Matthew McCloud, 24.240; 23 Mason Hunter, 24.350; 24 Teegan Gaikowski, 29.300; 25 Mason Gray, 29.810.

Jr. girls barrels

1 Katelynn Westphal, 16.489; 2 Sidney McCord 16.609; 3 Kadence Haug, 16.929; 4 Kate Havlik, 16.951; 5 Callie Aamot, 17.008; 6 Shalayne Nagel, 17.029; 7 Tatum Carey, 17.070; 8 Emily Richie, 17.299; 9 Taylee Stroup, 17.321; 10 Jasmine MacConnell, 17.377; 11 Aubrey Moody, 17.377; 12 Tyra Gates, 17.591; 13 Channing Wientjes, 17.612; 14 Hanna Walsh, 17.673; 15 Cedar Anderberg, 17.694; 16 Mariah Maxwell, 17.710; 17 Morgan Maxwell, 17.765; 18 Sarah Lensing, 17.770; 19 Layni Stevens, 17.829; 20 Danielle Podoll, 17.844; 21 Sidney Johnson, 17.852; 22 Shana Lensing, 17.971; 23 Teya Moody, 17.973; 24 Sage Sippel, 18.020; 25 Brooke Knoll, 18.030; 26 Shyann Marzahn, 18.035; 27 Josie McCord, 18.325; 28 Lacey Westphal, 18.502; 29 McKayla Loehr, 19.242; 30 Sterling Mertens, 29.256; 31 Haley Husted, 19.423; 32 Kylie Moyer, 19.719; 33 Acacia Anderberg, 19.830; 34 Kailee Berger, 20.000; 35 Madelyn Saienga, 20.424; 36 Jencie Goergen, 20.577; 37 Gracey Sheridan, 20.616; 38 Faith Fliehs, 20.724; 39 Kenedee Rowen, 20.785; 40 Paige Marzahn, 20.960; 41 Emily Schack, 21.101; 42 Ellie Gates, 21.312; 43 Sara Miller, 22.126; 44 Bryn Sippel, 23.210; 45 Rylee McCord, 24.394; 46 Ramey Schack, 25.397; 47 Cami Wolles 26.416; 48 Lainee Ping, 28.019.

Jr. girls breakaway

1 Layni Stevens, 5.850.

Jr. girls goats

1 Callie Aamot, 9.526; 2 Taylee Stroup, 9.950; 3 Haley Husted 11.850; 4 Kate Havlik, 12.240; 5 Tatum Carey, 12.470; 6 Tyra Gates, 12.650; 7 Katelynn Westphal, 12.730; 8 Devin hunter 12.750; 9 Channing Wientjes 12.920; 10 Teya Moody, 13.350; 11 Hanna Walsh, 13.850; 12 Aubrey Moody, 14.100; 13 Gracey Sheridan, 14.340; 14 Sidney McCord, 15.940; 15 Lacey Westphal, 16.610; 16 Madelyn Saienga, 17.270; 17 Jencie Goergen, 17.460; 18 Kylie Moyer, 17.460; 19 Kenedee Rowen, 18.500; 20 Lainee Ping, 19.010; 21 Emily Richie, 19.120; 22 Ellie Gates 19.280; 23 Cami Wolles, 19.920; 24 Josie McCord, 20.200; 25 Sage Sippel, 24.100; 25 Kylee Pulscher, 27.280.

Jr. girls poles

1 Kadence Haug, 22.345; 2 Sidney McCord, 23.260; 3 Mariah Maxwell, 23.427; 4 Aubrey Moody, 23.674; 5 Sidney Johnson, 24.026; 6 Shyann Marzahn, 24.090; 7 Callie Aamot, 24.360; 8 Tatum Carey, 24.727; 9 Cami Wolles, 25.964; 10 Josie McCord, 26.025; 11 Sarah Lensing, 26.176; 12 Kate Havlik, 27.537; 13 Emily Richie, 27.570; 14 Katelynn Westphal, 27.600; 15 Brooke Knoll, 27.802; 16 Shalayne Nagel, 28.078; 17 Hanna Walsh, 28.122; 18 Danielle Podoll, 28.250; 19 Jasmine MacConnell 28.760; 20 Lacey Westphal, 28.872; 21 Sage Sippel, 29.151; 22 Bryn Sippel, 30.067; 23 Cedar Anderberg, 30.334; 24 Shana Lensing, 30.470; 25 Layni Stevens, 32.998; 26 Rylee McCord, 33.020; 27 Ellie Gates, 33.368; 28 Jencie Goergen, 35.581; 29 Paige Marzahn, 37.000; 30 Lisa Miller, 38.299; 31 Kailee Berger, 40.319; 32 McKayla Loehr, 41.668; 33 Ramey Schack, 42.039.

Sr. boys steer wrestling

1 Trey Wright, 8.780.

Sr. boys tie down

1 Dillon Sackett, 10.380; 2 Mark Leonhardt, 13.540; 3 Hunter Haberman, 15.950; 4 Ryan Bergeson, 16.090; 5 Tucker Rozell, 18.850; 6 Alex Bergeson, 19.210; 7 Tate Gaikowski, 22.650; 8 Levi Heckenlaible, 29.200.

Sr. girls barrels

1 Josi Stevens, 16.331; 2 Kayla Wolles, 16.464; 3 Sydney Maher, 16.576; 4 Skyler Lutter, 16.578; 5 Shea Husted, 16.602; 6 Bailey Bosworth, 16.781; 7 Sierra Goergen, 17.055; 8 Tory Reinders, 17.075; 9 Emma Lutter, 17.183; 10 Brooke Iott, 17.264; 11 Kodi Retzer, 17.277; 12 Hannah Havlik, 17.346; 13 Abby Richie, 17.536; 14 Prairie Retzer, 17.554; 15 Shelby Hiller, 17.736; 16 Madi Moody, 17.792; 17 Hannah Gushwa, 17.890; 18 Karsyn Krause, 17.939; 19 Kiley Kraft, 18.003; 20 Amanda Haugen, 18.098; 21 Laney Ulschmid, 18.178; 22 Katlyn Knoll, 18.372; 23 Bailey Olson, 18.514; 24 Cally Anderson, 18.654; 25 Miranda Hanson, 18.665; 26 Mandilee Greger, 18.759; 27 Harmony Mertens, 18.922; 28 Jordan Fischer, 19.068; 29 Rachel Blue, 19.216; 30 Ashley Masat 19.358; 31 Samantha Swanson, 19.637; 32 Sam Bergeson, 19.858; 33 Camy Anderson, 20.133; 34 Tatum Sheridan, 21.276; 35 MacKayln Fulton, 21.290; 36 Sara Haugen, 22.845.

Sr. girls breakaway

1 Josi Stevens, 3.110; 2 Hannah Havlik, 4.480; 3 Kate Helmer, 5.155; 4 Shelby Hiller, 5.420; 5 Sierra Goergen, 5.960; 6 Jordan Fischer, 15.910; 7 Kodi Retzer, 24.960.

Sr. girls goats

1 Madi Moody, 9.000; 2 Madison Kontz, 9.220; 3 Maysa Davidson, 9.240; 4 Mackayln Fulton 9.250; 5 Hannah Havlik, 9.270; 6 Karsyn Krause, 9.570; 7 Amanda Haugen, 9.640; 8 Josi Stevens, 9.860; 9 Sierra Goergen, 9.990; 10 Laney Ulschmid, 10.550; 11 Kayla Wolles, 10.580; 12 Brooke Iott, 10.720; 13 Camy Anderson, 11.000; 14 Shelby Hiller, 11.050; 15 Shea Husted, 11.410; 16 Kiley Kraft, 11.500; 17 Danci Dunkelberger, 11.690; 18 Alison Rice, 11.940; 19 Rachel Blue, 12.110; 20 Sam Bergeson, 12.680; 21 Tory Reinders, 12.810; 22 Bailey Bosworth, 14.500; 23 Jami Bergeson, 14.820; 24 Jenna Fulton, 16.430; 25 Mandilee Greger, 19.350.

Sr. girls poles

1 Emma Lutter, 22.008; 2 Skyler Lutter, 22.129; 3 Abby Richie, 22.151; 4 Prairie Retzer, 22.440; 5 Madi Moody, 22.514; 6 Kiley Kraft, 23.465; 7 Sam Bergeson, 23.511; 8 Josi Stevens, 24.272; 9 Shea Husted, 24.920; 10 Camy Anderson, 25.022; 11 Harmony Mertens, 25.172; 12 Madelyn Loehr, 26.029; 13 Jami Bergeson, 26.508; 14 Tory Reinders, 26.601; 15 Rachel Blue, 26.783; 16 Jenna Fulton, 27.205; 17 MacKayln Fulton, 27.320; 18 Kristan Soukup, 27.400; 19 Katlyn Knoll, 27.413; 20 Kayla Wolles, 28.016; 21 Bailey Olson, 28.709; 22 Amanda Haugen, 28.828; 23 Samantha Swanson, 29.472; 24 Tatum Sheridan, 31.094; 25 Ashley Masat, 31.388; 26 Cally Anderson, 31.557; 27 Sydney Maher, 31.892; 28 Shelby Hiller, 33.327; 29 Laney Ulschmid, 34.193; 30 Hannah Gushwa, 34.735; 31 Jordan Fischer, 35.609; 32 Sara Haugen, 36.001; 33 Hannah Havlik, 40.684; 34 Brooke Iott, 51.889.

Sr. ribbon roping

1 Kate Helmer, 8.920; 2 Zoe Alvarez, 9.800; 3 Sierra Enrigh, 11.620; 4 Jaycie Pulscher, 20.350.

Sr. team roping

1 JD Enright, Zane Zilverberg, 10.140; 2 Ryan Bergeson, Alex Bergeson, 10.810; 3 Maysa Davidson, Tucker Rozell, 16.900; 4 Summer Parker, Dillon Sackett, 19.280; 5 Kate HElmer, Trixie Jo Schlechter, 39.710; 6 Ethan Knoll, Brady Petrik, 40.420.

July 2 scores

Jr. boys breakaway

1 Ty Moser, 3.630; 2 Mason Moody, 3.715; 3 Treyton Knox, 4.780; 4 Chase Olson, 8.800; 5 Mason Jones 11.815; 6 Cole Paulson, 13.075.

Jr. boys cattle riding

1 Lane Miller, 60; 2 Mason Moody, 54; 3 Tucker Mertens, 50; 4 Tyan Johnson, 49; 5 Mason Jones 47; 6 Treyton Knox 46.

Jr. boys flag race

1 Tate Johnson, 8.054; 2 Cole Pauslon, 8.564; 3 Seth Gaikowski, 8.718; 4 Mason Moody, 8.917; 5 Tyan Johnson, 9.005; 6 Tryce Slykhuis, 9.193; 7 Ty Moser, 9.206; 8 Tryeton Knox, 9.241; 9 Jimmy Lammers 10.077; 10 Colt Dunkelberger, 10.096; 11 Chase Olson, 10.129; 12 Tripp Gaikowski, 10.438; 13 Tigh Gaikowski, 10.486; 14 Chance Schoenfeld, 11.441; 15 Teegan Gaikowski, 12.391; 16 Clay Stevens, 15.680; 17 Tucker Davidson, 17.881.

Jr. boys goats

1 Tyan Johnson, 12.860; 2 Ty Moser, 13.625; 3 Josh Heckenlaible, 13.855; 4 Eli Haugen, 14.310; 5 Chase Olson, 14.365; 6 Tate Johnson, 14.385; 7 Mason Moody, 14.425; 8 Colt Dunkelberger, 15.080; 9 Cole Paulson, 15.335; 10 Jimmy Lammers, 15.490; 11 Treyton Knox, 17.405; 12 Trey Moody, 18.055; 13 Samuel Blue, 18.100; 14 Tate Meyer, 19.115; 15 Tryce Slykhuis, 19.115; 16 Donovan Rose, 19.390; 17 Teegan Gaikowski, 19.445; 18 Brady Meyer, 20.490; 19 Clay Stevens, 21.660; 20 Mason Hunter, 24.670; 21 Holden Havlik, 25.035; 22 Chance Schoenfeld, 25.200; 23 Seth Gaikowski, 25.970; 24 Tegan Marzahn, 26.430; 25 Tigh Gaikowski, 28.030; 26 Tucker Davidson, 29.990.

Jr. girls barrels

1 Kadence Haug, 16.120; 2 Shalayne Nagel, 16.375; 3 Katelynn Westphal, 16.390; 4 Sidney McCord, 16.560; 5 Teya Moody, 16.715; 6 Layni Stevens, 16.728; 7 Danielle Podoll, 16.849; 8 Kate Havlik, 16.892; 9 Emily Richie, 17.198; 10 Morgan Maxwell, 17.202; 11 Lacey Westphal, 17.214; 12 Cedar Anderberg, 17.314; 13 Taylee Stroup, 17.332; 14 Mariah Maxwell, 17.345; 15 Channing Wientjes, 17.369; 16 Sarah Lensing, 17.414; 17 Callie Aamot, 17.457; 18 Sage Sippel, 17.494; 19 Brooke Knoll, 17.502; 20 Aubrey Moody, 17.892; 21 Shana Lensing, 17.954; 22 Tyra Gates, 18.843; 23 Kailee Berger, 19.446; 24 Faith Fliehs, 19.790; 25 Cami Wolles, 19.791; 26 Bryn Sippel, 20.577; 27 Kylie Moyer, 20.943; 28 McKayla Loehr, 21.100; 29 Sterling Mertens, 21.302; 30 Jencie Goergen, 21.579; 31 Josie McCord, 21.930; 32 Madelyn Saienga, 22.078; 33 Sidney Johnson, 22.578; 34 Ellie Gates, 22.930; 35 Holly Leseth, 23.030; 36 Gracey Sheridan, 23.118; 37 Jasmine MacConnell, 23.343; 38 Acacia Anderberg, 24.624; 39 Haley Husted, 24.844; 40 Kayce Berger, 25.568; 41 Sara Miller, 26.409; 42 Rachel Richards, 26.960; 43 Mary Minder, 28.033; 44 Lainee Ping, 30.172; 45 Paige Marzahn, 31.406.

Jr. girls breakaway

1 Tyra Gates, 4.235; 2 Layni Stevens, 4.700; 3 Shalayne Nagel, 5.625; 4 Emily Richie, 9.960.

Jr. girls goats

1 Kate Havlik, 8.810; 2 Devin Hunter, 9.610; 3 Callie Aamot, 10.070; 4 Taylee Stroup, 10.095; 5 Haley Husted 10.525; 6 Teya Moody 11.700; 7 Aubrey Moody, 13.045; 8 Katelynn Westphal, 13.450; 9 Sidney McCord, 13.850; 10 Gracey Sheridan, 13.875; 11 Layni Stevens, 14.115; 12 Tyra Gates, 14.850; 13 Jazz McGirr, 16.610; 14 Holly Leiseth, 16.920; 15 Madelyn Saienga, 18.095; 16 Kylee Pulscher, 19.030; 17 Sage Sippel, 19.545; 18 Cami Wolles, 21.095; 19 Lainee Ping, 23.085; 20 Sidney Johnson, 23.750; 21 Josie McCord, 26.870; 22 Kylie Moyer, 27.995; 23 Jencie Goergen, 28.665; 24 Lacey Westphal, 29.845.

Jr. girls poles

1 Brooke Knoll, 22.302; 3 Shalayne Nagel, 22.578; 4 Sidney McCord, 22.590; 5 Sage Sippel, 23.116; 6 Aubrey Moody, 23.122; 7 Taylee Stroup, 23.210; 8 Tyra Gates, 23.430; 9 Mariah Maxwell, 23.841; 10 Kate Havlik, 24.292; 11 Cami Wolles, 24.692; 12 Shana Lensing, 24.952; 13 Sarah Lensing, 25.830; 14 Gracey Sheridan, 27.479; 15 Danielle Podoll, 27.858; 16 Kadence Haug, 27.921; 17 Layni Stevens, 28.087; 18 Paige Marzahn, 28.475; 19 Acacia Anderberg, 28.716; 20 Bryn Sippel, 28.748; 21 Faith Fliehs, 29.030; 22 Jasmine MacConnell, 29.273; 23 McKayla Loehr, 29.718; 24 Channing Wientjes, 30.821; 25 Sidney Johnson, 31.154; 26 Holly Leiseth, 31.684; 27 Ellie Gates, 31.879; 28 Kylie Moyer, 32.327; 29 Katelynn Westphal, 32.560; 30 Madelyn Saienga, 32.993; 31 Callie Aamont, 33.259; 32 Lacey Westphal, 33.307; 33 Cedar Anderberg, 33.914; 34 Lisa Miller, 33.936; 35 Rachel Richards, 36.762; 36 Josie McCord, 36.822; 37 Shyann Marzahn, 38.305; 38 Jencie Goergen, 40.335; 39 Kailee Berger, 49.682; 40 Rylee McCord, 49.955.

Sr. boys steer wrestling

1 Alex Bergeson, 6.975; 2 Blake Kontz, 20.190.

Sr. boys tie down

1 Dillon Sackett, 9.655; 2 Zane Zilverberg, 12.820; 3 Blake Kontz, 13.605; 4 Hunter Haberman, 13.890; 5 Alex Bergeson, 14.125; 6 Trey Wright, 15.980; 7 Maverick Tekrony, 20.930; 8 Rafe Wientjes, 21.920; 9 Levi Heckenlaible, 23.225; 10 Colton Pulscher, 27.815.

Sr. bull riding

1 Zach Faehnrich, 68.

Sr. girls barrels

1 Bailey Bosworth, 16.521; 2 Josi Stevens, 16.649; 3 Kristan Soukup, 16.667; 4 Skyler Lutter, 16.791; 5 Shea Husted, 16.828; 6 Emma Lutter, 16.828; 7 Sierra Goergen, 16.868; 8 Tory Reinders, 16.903; 9 Hannah Havlik, 16.914; 10 Prairie Retzer, 16.930; 11 Abby Richie, 17.168; 12 Jordan Fischer, 17.271; 13 Samantha Swanson, 17.285; 14 Katlyn Knoll, 17.287; 15 Hannah Gushwa, 17.369; 16 Kyla MacConnell, 17.539; 17 Kodi Retzer, 17.598; 18 Amanda Haugen, 17.802; 19 Madelyn Loehr, 17.890; 20 Mandilee Greger, 17.971; 21 Brooke Iott, 18.053; 22 Harmony Mertens, 18.198; 23 Shelby Hiller, 18.228; 24 Sara Haugen, 18.315; 25 Ashley Masat 18.462; 26 Sam Bergeson, 19.089; 27 Rachel Blue, 19.738; 28 Tatum Sheridan, 20.045; 29 Kayla Wolles, 21.560; 30 Kiley Kraft, 21.751; 31 Madi Moody, 22.064; 32 Cheylee Nagel, 22.550; 33 Bailey Olson, 22.817; 34 Jordan Jensen, 23.345; 35 Laney Ulschmid, 23.731; 36 Teagan Miller, 23.830; 37 Cally Anderson, 24.079; 38 Miranda Hanson, 29.075.

Sr. girls breakaway

1 Emma Lutter, 2.515; 2 Skyler Lutter, 2.535; 3 Zoe Alvarez, 2.780; 4 Cheylee Nagel, 2.830; 5 Shea Husted, 3.205; 6 Madison Kontz, 3.440; 7 Sierra Goergen, 3.475; 8 Brooke Iott, 3.785; 9 Danci Dunkelberger, 5.475; 10 Kodi Retzer, 7.345; 11 Miranda Hanson, 7.950; 12 Katlyn Knoll, 22.610.

Sr. girls goats

1 Madison Kontz, 8.495; 2 Sierra Goergen, 9.725; 3 Madi Moody, 9.735; 4 Shea Husted, 9.750; 5 Danci Dunkelberger, 9.830; 6 Karsyn Krause, 9.950; 7 Tatum Sheridan, 10.145; 8 Prairie Retzer, 10.370; 9 Amanda Haugen, 10.400; 10 Sam Bergeson, 10.465; 11 Bailey Bosworth, 10.500; 12 Shelby Hiller, 10.510; 13 Kodi Retzer, 10.650; 14 Hannah Havlik, 10.685; 15 Laney Ulschmid, 10.870; 16 Brooke Iott, 11.080; 17 Abby Richie, 11.500; 18 Cally Anderson, 11.590; 19 Kayla Wolles, 12.155; 20 Josi Stevens, 12.365; 21 Lily Ruhd, 12.840; 22 Maysa Davidson, 14.055; 23 Tory Reinders, 14.810; 24 Jami Bergeson, 14.825; 25 Mandilee Greger, 21.355.

Sr. girls poles

1 Kodi Retzer, 21.772; 2 Samantha Swanson, 23.485; 3 Kiley Kraft, 23.539; 4 Abby Richie, 23.630; 5 Shelby Hiller, 23.950; 6 Tatum Sheridan, 24.004; 7 Brooke Iott, 24.057; 8 Cheylee Nagel, 24.144; 9 Amanda Haugen, 24.197; 10 Jordan Fischer, 24.276; 11 Hannah Gushwa, 24.730; 12 Ashley Masat, 24.970; 13 Cally Anderson, 25.884; 14 Madi Moody, 26.153; 15 Madison Kontz, 26.220; 16 Madelyn Loehr, 26.267; 17 Tory Reinders, 26.816; 18 Skyler Lutter, 27.000; 19 Bailey Olson, 27.509; 20 Emma Lutter, 28.802; 21 Shea Husted, 29.509; 22 Laney Ulschmid, 30.778; 23 Prairie Retzer, 32.125; 24 Rachel Blue, 32.525; 25 Hannah Havlik, 32.744; 26 Harmony Mertens, 34.108; 27 Josi Stevens, 34.874; 28 Katlyn Knoll, 34.892; 29 Camy Anderson, 34.947; 30 Kayla Wolles, 35.782; 31 Teagan Miller, 39.360; 32 Jami Bergeson, 45.464; 33 Sara Haugen, 56.906.

Sr. ribbon roping

1 Madi Moody, 6.740; 2 Kate Helmer, 7.085; 3 Josi Stevens, 8.025; 4 Emma Lutter, 8.910; 5 Summer Parker, 12.270.

Sr. team roping

1 Maysa Davidson, Tucker Rozell, 12.140; 2 Ethan Knoll, Brady Petrik, 28.485; 3 Kate Helmer, Trixie Jo Schlechter, 28.595; 4 Jace Ullerich, Reece Ullerich, 30.585.

All-around

Sr. girls: Emma Lutter, reserve Shea Husted

Sr. boys: Blake Kontz, reserve Alex Bergeson

Jr. girls: Shalayne Nagel, reserve Sidney McCord

Jr. boys: Mason Moody, reserve Tyan Johnson/TyMoser