Carbondale Wild West Rodeo Results for July 16, 2015
The following are the results from the Carbondale Wild West Rodeo, which takes place every Thursday at the Gus Darien Riding Arena in Catherine Store Road south of Carbondale. Results include the competitor’s time or score and money earnings.
1. Quinton Hayden, 70, $500.
1. Teresa Anderson, 13.5, $126.
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TEAM ROPING NO. 8 (Header and Heeler)
1. Kim Rogers and john Canning, 7.9, $461.10; 2. Luis Gonzalez and Jose Olivas, 8.3, $345.83; 3. Kaid Nieslanik and Bruce Turnbull, 8.6, $230.55; 4. Vladimir Sarmento and Cody Worley, 8.7, $115.28.
TEAM ROPING NO. 11 (header and Heeler)
1, Kim Rogers and Evan Koster, 5.8, $374.10; 2. Dale Myers and Josh Warren, 7.7, $280.58; 3. Mat Turnbull and Matt Nieslanik, 8.3, $187.05; 4. Max Macdonell and Tom Harringon, 8.8, $93.53.
DALLY RIBBON ROPING (Roper and Runner)
1. Max Macdonell and Maxine Harris, 18.0, $168.75; 2. Sam Bevan and Devon Vondette, 18.7, $101.25; 3. Chance Lucchesi and Caitlin Lucchesi, 19.0, $67.50.
1. Hunter Norman, 75, $240; 2. (tie) Justin Smith and Dustin Braslin, 73, $150; 4. Weldon Rucher, 70, $60.
JUNIOR BREAKAWAY ROPING
1. Hunter Howe, 3.7, $80; 2. Lane Anderson, 13.3, $48.
JUNIOR BARREL RACING
1. Shaylea Yonkers, 16.19, $72; 2. Miranda Hammer, 16.47, $54; 3. Kerrine Hazzelbush, 17.05, $36; 4. Jaycee Yonkers, 17.38. $18.
1. Nikki Yonkers, 16.010, $368; 2. Sydney Surin, 16.43, $276; 3. Krista Halsness, 16.490, $184.00; 4. Taylor Prall, 16.750, $92.
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