Cowboys and cowgirls will compete in Newcastle on May 5-6.

Below are the winners of the Big Piney Rodeo held on April 28-29.

Saturday’s winners listed first, followed by Sunday’s winners.

Information Courtesy: The Wyoming High School Rodeo Association.

Barebacks: Myles Carlson (Evanston) and Donny Proffit (Diamondville)

Barrel Racing: Maddie Fantaskey (Worland) and Ellie Bard (Sheridan)

Breakaway Roping: Alexis Manley (Laramie) and Sage Kohr (Gillette)

Goat Tying: Baylee Delbridge (Cheyenne) and Shaylee Terry (McKinnon)

Pole Bending: Shay Hough (Gillette) and Jordyn McNamee (Hulett)

Saddle Bronc: Cooper Deveraux (Newcastle) and Kayson Dory (Laramie)

Steer Wrestling: Tanner McInerney (Alzada, MT) and Teigen Marchant (Newcastle)

Team Roping Saturday: Blake Afdahl (Torrington) and Brayden Wiesen (Carpenter)

Team Roping Sunday: Weston Mills (Gillette) and Tanner McInerney (Alzada, MT)

Tie-Down Roping: Kal Fuller (Bozeman, MT) won both days.

Bull Riding: Dylan Grant (Pavillion) and Kaegan Hays (Riverton)

Competitors get points based on where they place on each DAY of a competition.

For example, you get 10 points if you finish first for the day, 9 points for a 2nd place finish, etc…

For each cowboy/cowgirl, the top 12 days/finishes from the regular season is their point total heading into the State Finals Rodeo.

If a cowboy/cowgirl has earned points on more than 12 occasions, the worst of their finishes are dropped from their point total.

That point total, combined with whatever points they earned at the State Finals Rodeo, will determine their final point total for the season.

The top 4 in each event at the end of the season, are invited to compete at the High School National Finals Rodeo, to be held July 15-21 at Rock Springs.

Below is the current top 4 in each event, through the end of the Big Piney rodeo.

Barebacks:

1. Myles Carlson (Evanston) - 116.5 points

2. Donny Proffit (Diamondville) - 71.5

3. Caleb Helm (Pinedale) - 8

Saddle Broncs:

1. Ira Dickinson (Rock Springs) - 89.5 points

2. Logan Nunn (Lovell) - 71

3. Koy Myers (Thermopolis) - 32.5

4. Cooper Deveraux (Newcastle) - 28

Tie Down Roping:

1. Teigen Marchant (Newcastle) - 71 points

2. Kal Fuller (Bozeman, MT) - 55

3. Cody Caldwell (Gillette) - 54

 

4. Jake Deveraux (Newcastle) - 47

Breakaway Roping:

1. Ellie Anderson (Meeker, CO) - 59.5 points

2. Alexis Manley (Laramie) - 51

3-4 (tie). Sadie Sturman (Lusk) - 49.5

3-4 (tie). Sage Kohr (Gillette) - 49.5

Goat Tying:

1. Alexis Manley (Laramie) - 78 points

2. Baylee Delbridge (Cheyenne) - 77

3. Elsie Campbell (Riverton) - 71

3. Delani Cunningham (Sheridan) - 61

Barrel Racing:

1. Shay Hough (Gillette) - 100.5 points

2. Maddie Fantaskey (Worland) - 71

3. Sage Kohr (Gillette) - 69

4. Baily Coombs (Wellington, CO) - 56

Pole Bending:

1. Shay Hough (Gillette) - 89 points

2. Amber Salazar (Craig, CO) - 79

3. Halle Hladky (Gillette) - 59

4-5 (tie). Jessyka Smith (Rock Springs) - 56

4-5 (tie). Taylor Rives (Buffalo) - 56

Steer Wrestling:

1. Winsten McGraw (Gill, CO) - 98 points

2. Teigen Marchant (Newcastle) - 84

3. Tanner McInerney (Alzada, MT) - 83

4. Ira Dickinson (Rock Springs) - 55

Team Roping:

1. Kal Fuller (Bozeman, MT) and Carson Johnson (Casper) - 79 points

2. Tanner McInerney (Alzada, MT) and Weston Mills (Gillette) - 72

3. Kolby Bradley (Big Piney) and Arye Espencheid (Big Piney) - 65

4. Jared and Bryan Lemmon (Torrington) - 53

Bull Riding:

1. Dylan Grant (Pavillion) - 56.5 points

2. Wyatt Phelps (Pinedale) - 50.5

3. Riggen Myers (Baggs) - 36

4. Zain Fitzgerald (Cody) - 35

Boys Cutting:

1. Wes Bray (Casper) - 125 points

2. Hunter Hayden (Gillette) - 114.5

3. Kasen York (Saratoga) - 85.5

4 Kall Mayfield (Midwest) - 85

Girls Cutting:

1. Taylor Rives (Buffalo) - 126

2. Ayanah Winsor (Kaycee) - 125.5 points

3. Aniya Teppo (Farson) - 81

3. Taylor Gibson (Pavillion) - 75

Reined Cow Horse:

1. Kasen York (Saratoga) - 40 points

2. Clay Kinnison (Grover, CO) - 30.5

3. Preston Schwartzkopf (Douglas) - 28.5

4. Peyton Kottwitz (Lusk) - 26

Information courtesy: The Wyoming High School Rodeo Association.