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Carbondale Wild West Rodeo standings through Aug. 15

Carbondale Wild West Rodeo

Season Money Winnings

Through Aug. 15 Rodeo

BULL RIDING

1. Quinton Hayden, $4,635; 2. Coy Zang, $1,237.50; 3. Jason Blasdel, $840; 4. Tony Mendes, $560; 5. Bryant Osborne, $467.50.

STEER RIDING

1. Tiana Davis, $665; 2. Colt Rohrig, $135; 3. Jesse Williams, $100; 4. Tucker Gately, $50.

CALF ROPING No. 8 HEADER

1. Brian Brown, $2,459; 2. Ted Nieslanik, $1,634; 3. Jeff Burtard, $1,573; 4. Richard Orozco, $812; 5. Max Macdonell, $479.

CALF ROPING No. 8 HEELER

1. Matt Nieslanik, $2,002; 2. Josh Warren, $1,479; 3. Tom Harrington, $1,293; 4. Ty Burtard, $1,220; 5. Cody Carnahan, $910.

CALF ROPING No. 11 HEADER

1. Brian Brown, $1,180; 2. Cody Carnahan, $1,128; 3. Max Macdonell, $1,056; 4. Ted Nieslanik, $974; 5. Kim Rogers, $744.

CALF ROPING No. 11 HEELER

1. Court Will, $1,620; 2. Sam Bevan, $1,054; 3. Josh Warren, $966; 4. Cody Carnahan, $596; 5. Doug McLain, $580.

BARREL RACING

1. Ronnie Will, $2,532; 2. Sydney Surin, $2,130; 3. Tina Collins, $1,382; 4. Monica Lucchesi, $388; 5. Shalie Jones, $304.

JUNIOR BARREL RACING

1. Tye Wedhorn, $230; 2. Taylor Davis, $191; 3. Caitlin Lucchesi, $51; 4. Anna Lassiter, $47; 5. Isabella Andrews, $35.

DALLY RIBBON ROPERS

1. Jesse Cordova, $630; 2. Josh Warren, $390; 3. Steve Groom, $390; 4. Kim Rogers, $352; 5. Ty Burtard, $300.

DALLY RIBBON RUNNERS

1. Brittaney Moon, $630; Taylor vanZyl, $502; 3. Tiana Davis, $444; 4. Monica Groom, $390; 5. Shalie Jones, $270.

BREAKAWAY

1. Drake Groom, $200; 2. Hunter Howe, $196; 3. Felix Cano, $150; 4. Taylor Davis, $140; 5. Chance Lucchesi, $68.


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