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Rustlers finish out home rodeo

Oct 10, 2017 By Randy Tucker, Staff Writer

Beautiful weather on Friday quickly deteriorated into wind on Saturday and wet conditions with rain and snow for the short go on Sunday in the annual Central Wyoming College Rustler Rodeo at the Fremont County Fairgrounds arena in Riverton.

Central's effort was paced by a first-place finish by Tymber Taylor in goat tying.

The Buffalo native scored an average of 15.2 on runs of 7.7 and 7.9 to edge Eastern Wyoming College's Karissa Rayhill by fourth-tenths of a second.

Shoshoni High School graduate Danny Huxtable finished a close second to Deven Dibbern of Chadron State University in steer wrestling with an average of 8.7 seconds.

Huxtable opened with a 4.6 before turning his steer in 4.1 seconds during the short go.

Thomas Davis was the only other Central cowboy to finish in the money with a fourth place average score of 138 in bareback riding.

The Osage cowboy tallied identical scores of 69 in both rounds.

Sheridan College had outstanding performances in the bareback and saddle bronc events, with Hunter Carlson easily winning the bareback competition with a score of 157 and Lane Schuelke setting a high mark of 149 in the saddle bronc.

As is often the case in barrel racing, Siarra Johnson's winning time of 34.96 was just 0.5 seconds faster than fifth-place Karson Bradley of Central.

Bradley, a Big Piney cowgirl was the only Lady Rustler to finish in the money at the three-day rodeo.

Central hits the road this week for athree-day rodeo in Cheyenne in the final event of the fall season at Laramie County Community College.

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Rustler Rodeo Results

Bareback: 1. Hunter Carlson, SHE 157, 2.Chance Ames, SHE 142, 3.Rowdy Moon, CHAD 139, 4.Thomas Davis, CWC 138, 5.Cole Reiner, SHE 136, 6. Zach Thomas, CAS 133

Saddle Bronc: 1. Lane Schuelke, SHE 149, 2. Mason Mardesich, OTE 134, Hayden Petsch, LAR 50, 4. Jacob Kammerere, GIL 44

Bull Riding: 1. Cody Lane, WU 143, 2.Ty Ward, SHE 76, 3.Cody Rouse, CAS 72, 4. Cole Chasen, CHAD 69

Tie Down Roping: 1. Jace Staudt, NEJC 23.3, 2.Ty Speckelmier, NEJC 24, 3.Cody Henderson, SHE 24.5, 4.Rance Johnson,LAR 24.9

Steer Wrestling: 1.Devin Dibbern, CHAD 8.4, 2. Daniel Huxtable, CWC 8.7, 3. Prestyn Novak, CHAD 9.4, 4.Tate Mathis, LAR 9.8

Team Roping: Kellan Johnson, GIL, Trey Yates, CAS 5.8, 2.Braden Pirrung, EWC, Riley Curuchet, EWC 11.9, 3. Jace Staudt, NEJC, J.D. Kirwin, GIL 12.2, 4.Cody Darnell, NEJC, Kyle Taylor, NEJC 14.8

Barrel Racing: 1. Siarra Johnson, CAS 34.96, 2. Morgan Link, SHE 35.28, 3. Jayde Atkins, CHA 35.43, 4. Karissa Rayhill, EWC 35.45, 5. Karson Bradley, CWC 35.46

Goat Tying: 1. Tymber Taylor, CWC 15.2, 2. Karissa Rayhill, EWC 15.6, 3. Rickie Engesser, GIL 15.9, 4.Casey Reimler, WU 16.2, 5. Teisha Coffield, CSU / Kaycee Monnens, CAS 16.4

Breakaway Roping: 1. Justene Hirsig, UW 4.6, 2. Bailey Brown, LAR 4.8, 3.Rickie Engesser, GIL 4.9, 4.Merisa Comminiello, CHAD 6.0

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Central Wyoming College's Danny Huxtable, a Shoshoni alum, competed in steer wrestling at the Rustlers' home event at the Fremont County Fairgrounds on Sunday.              							   Photos by Randy Tucker

Central Wyoming College's Danny Huxtable, a Shoshoni alum, competed in steer wrestling at the Rustlers' home event at the Fremont County Fairgrounds on Sunday. Photos by Randy Tucker


Central Wyoming College's Danny Huxtable, a Shoshoni alum, competed in steer wrestling at the Rustlers' home event at the Fremont County Fairgrounds on Sunday.              							   Photos by Randy Tucker

Central Wyoming College's Danny Huxtable, a Shoshoni alum, competed in steer wrestling at the Rustlers' home event at the Fremont County Fairgrounds on Sunday. Photos by Randy Tucker

Kassie Kautzman made the short go on Sunday in breakaway roping for the Rustlers.

Kassie Kautzman made the short go on Sunday in breakaway roping for the Rustlers.


Kassie Kautzman made the short go on Sunday in breakaway roping for the Rustlers.

Kassie Kautzman made the short go on Sunday in breakaway roping for the Rustlers.

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