The National High School Finals Rodeo is moving into the 2nd go-round in Lincoln, Nebraska. in the barrel racing, Ashlyn Goven of Rozet won the first go in 17.494. Gillette's Jordan Morman finished 22nd in the first go of the barrels with Worland's Maddie Fantaskey 28th.  Fantaskey by the way was 37th in the girls cutting in round #1 but 4th in the reined cow horse event.  In the 2nd go-round of the barrel racing, Rayne Grant of Wheatland is 11th with a time of 17.994. Yoder's Haiden Thompson won the first go-round of the goat tying in 7.36. Tavy Leno of Sheridan took 8th in 8.01. Mercati Martin of Evanston who competes for Utah placed 9th in the first go of the breakaway at 2.55.  In the pole bending, Ashlyn Goven from Rozet placed 4th in the first go-round at 20.377. Maddie Eskew of Gillette has the lead in the pole bending in the 2nd go at 19.981.  The Wyoming girls team is currently in 4th place.
For the guys, Brody Hasenack of Jackson had an 83 in the bull riding to take 2nd place in the first go. Roedy Farrell of Thermopolis posted a 73 in the bareback so he was 9th in round 1. Team ropers Teagen Bentley and Mason Trollinger of Casper placed 9th in the opening go-round with a time of 7.21. Coy Thar from Rozet was 11 in the tie-down roping in 10.26 with William Albrecht of Sheridan 20th.  Kall Mayfield of Midwest was 40th in the first go-round of the steer wrestling and Broc Schwartzkopf of Douglas leads the 2nd go of the reined cow horse event with a score of 281.5. The Wyoming boys team is currently in 11th place and the National High School Finals Rodeo continues today in Lincoln with a session today and another one tonight.

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