Local cowboy wins at National High School Rodeo

Several local cowboys and cowgirls took part in the at the National High School Rodeo in Wyoming over the weekend.

The action which brought together competitors from as far away as Australia, featured local cowboy Stephen Culling.  Culling was the big winner as he brought home the steer wrestling title in a time of 3.779.  Culling was able to clinch the win on a $500 horse that was purchased at auction and was likely headed to the meat market.

Hayden Huxley of Hudson’s Hope finished 37. Jake Watson, also of Hudson’s Hope, had strong results finished 64th in Tie Down roping and 41st in the saddle bronc competition which helped Watson to finish as the 9th place overall rookie cowboy.

Below are a list of results from our region.  If we’ve missed anyone, please email contact@energeticcity.ca

Barrell Racing AVG
179. Melynn Stromquist, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Can, 18.547

Steer Wrestling

Stephen Culling won the Steer Wrestling final with a time of 3.779

Steer Wrestling AVG
1. Stephen Culling, Fort St. John, British Columbia, Can., 14.26
37. Hayden Huxley, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Can., 15.162

Pole Bending AVG
130. Gaileen Babcock, Fort St. John, British Columbia, Can., 51.644
152. Melynn Stromquist, Dawson Creek, British Columbia, Can., 59.55

Tie-Down Roping AVG
64. Jake Watson, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Can., 52.346

Team Roping AVG
40. Lance Isaak, Arras, British Columbia, Can., Jake Watson, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Can., 11.05

Saddle Bronc AVG
41. Jake Watson, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Can., 65

ALL AROUND ROOKIE COWBOY
9. Jake Watson, Hudson’s Hope, British Columbia, Can., 50

TEAM STANDINGS
29. BRITISH COLUMBIA, 1230
 

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