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    BHSU Rodeo: Women first, men third at Falcoln Frontier Days Rodeo

    RIVER FALLS, Wisc. - The Black Hills State University rodeo teams opened the season at the University of Wisconsin Falcon Frontier Days Rodeo this weekend. The women's team took first place with 550 points, while the men's team was third with 420 points.

    "I was pleased with how our team performed this week, it was a good way to start our season," said head coach Glen Lammers. "I was impressed with how the team executed in the arena and supported each other."

    In breakaway roping, KeAnna Ward took first place with 8.1 on two, while Jada Maher was just behind in second, with 8.6 on two. Carlee Johnston was fourth in the event with 3.2 on one, and Cora Bormanwas fifth with 3.9 on one.

    In goat tying, Carlee Johnston finished second with 14.9 on two. Tayle Brink was third with 15.4 on two, while Taylor Hanson took fifth with 16.3 on two. Sarah Scott placed sixth with 16.5 on two. KeAnna Wardwas second in the long go with 7.1.

    Alyssa Lockhart won the barrel racing event with 32.54 on two runs. Jada Maher was fifth with 33.49 on two runs, while Tayle Brink was second in the long go with 16.56.

    Collin Palmer took third in tie down roping with 28.1 on two, and was also second in team roping along with Colton Backhaus. The partners scored 17.7 on two. Chandler Comfort was third in team roping with 17.9 on two.

    The Yellow Jackets will next compete at the Mid Plains Community College Rodeo in North Platte, Neb., on September 14 and 15.


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