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Pueblo Colo Rodeo Results 8-26 to 8-30-2011

Pueblo, Colo., Aug. 26-30 All-around cowboy: Jerome Schneeberger, $1,890, team roping and tie-down roping.
Bareback riding: 1. Ryan Gray, 89 points on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Hypnotic, $3,249; 2. (tie) Steven Peebles and Caleb Bennett, 85, $2,166 each; 4. Will Lowe, 84, $1,191; 5. (tie) Luke Creasy and Tom McFarland, 82, $650 each; 7. Casey Colletti, 79, $433; 8. Jared Smith, 78, $325.
Steer wrestling: First round: 1. Dane Hanna, 3.9 seconds, $1,625; 2. Seth Brockman, 4.1, $1,345; 3. (tie) Clayton Morrison and Mickey Gee, 4.3, $925 each; 5. (tie) Wyatt Smith and Matt Reeves, 4.6, $392 each. Second round: 1. Wyatt Johnson, 4.2 seconds, $1,625; 2. (tie) Wade Sumpter, Justin Barhite and Baylor Roche, 4.3, $1,065 each; 5. (tie) Stan Branco, Curtis Cassidy and Josh Peek, 4.4, $262 each. Average: 1. Baylor Roche, 9.0 seconds on two head, $1,625; 2. Clayton Morrison, 9.9, $1,345; 3. Wyatt Smith, 10.0, $1,065; 4. Wade Sumpter, 10.2, $785; 5. Matt Reeves, 10.3, $504; 6. Nick Guy, 10.8, $280.
Team roping: First round: 1. (tie) Travis Tryan/Dakota Kirchenschlager and Jay Tittel/Wade Masters, 7.6 seconds, $1,647 each; 3. Trevor Brazile/Patrick Smith, 8.8, $1,181; 4. J.D. Yates/Jay Wadhams, 9.1, $870; 5. Dustin Smith/K.C. Jones, 9.4, $559; 6. Jerome Schneeberger/Justin Smith, 10.1, $311. Second round: 1. Derrick Begay/Cesar de la Cruz, 6.4 seconds, $1,803 each; 2. (tie) Joel Bach/Allen Bach and Matt Sherwood/Cory Petska, 6.8, $1,336 each; 4. Quincy Kueckelhan/Paul Eaves, 7.6, $870; 5. (tie) C.J. Scheller/Justin Johnson and Bobby Marsh/Gralyn Elkins, 8.0, $435 each. Average: 1. Jay Tittel/Wade Masters, 16.4 seconds on two head, $2,704 each; 2. Trevor Brazile/Patrick Smith, 17.3, $2,238; 3. C.J. Scheller/Justin Johnson, 18.4, $1,771; 4. Quincy Kueckelhan/Paul Eaves, 18.9, $1,305; 5. Jerome Schneeberger/Justin Smith, 19.2, $839; 6. Casey Veatch/C.L Morgan, 20.3, $466.
Saddle bronc riding: 1. Cody DeMoss, 87 points on Harry Vold Rodeo’s Sun Classic, $3,600; 2. (tie) Wade Sundell, Travis Darling, Ryan MacKenzie and Cody Wright, 84, $1,740 each; 6. Jesse Wright, 82, $600; 7. Samuel Kelts, 81, $480; 8. (tie) Tyler Corrington, Jake Wright and Kaleb Asay, 80, $120 each.
Tie-down roping: First round: 1. Hunter Herrin, 7.8 seconds, $1,534; 2. Fred Whitfield, 8.2, $1,269; 3. Matt Shiozawa, 8.7, $1,005; 4. Monty Lewis, 8.8, $740; 5. Houston Hutto, 9.0, $476; 6. (tie) Jeremiah Peek and Darnell Johnson, 9.1, $132 each. Second round: 1. Hunter Herrin, 8.4 seconds, $1,534; 2. Kyle Whitaker, 8.5, $1,269; 3. Johnny Salvo, 8.7, $1,005; 4. Jerome Schneeberger, 8.8, $740; 5. Matt Shiozawa, 9.0, $476; 6. (tie) Tyler Thiel and Adam Gray, 9.4, $132 each. Average: 1. Hunter Herrin, 16.2 seconds on two head, $1,534; 2. Matt Shiozawa, 17.7, $1,269; 3. Monty Lewis, 18.4, $1,005; 4. Lawrence McCullough, 20.1, $740; 5. Jayce Johnson, 21.1, $476; 6. Mitch McAdow, 21.2, $264.
Barrel racing: 1.P.J. Burger, 17.47 seconds, $2,554; 2. Kelly Yates, 17.52, $2,171; 3. Mary Burger, 17.59, $1,788; 4. Wendy McKee, 17.63, $1,532; 5. (tie) Christy Loflin, Pat Spratt and Jeanne Anderson, 17.66, $936 each; 8. Benette Barrington, 17.70, $511; 9. (tie) Kelly Waide and Sabrina Ketcham, 17.74, $415 each; 11. Amanda Welsh, 17.75, $319; 12. Lisa Lockhart, 17.76, $255.
Bull riding: 1. Steve Woolsey, 95 points on Four L & Diamond S Rodeo’s Big Iron, $4,391; 2. J.W. Harris, 94, $3,366; 3. Colin McTaggart, 87, $2,488; 4. Patrick Geipel, 84, $1,610; 5. Bobby Welsh, 82, $1,024; 6. Cody Whitney, 80, $732; 7. Tyler Willis, 68, $585; no other qualified rides.
Total payoff: $129,392. Stock contractors: Harry Vold Rodeo, Triple V Rodeo, Four L & Diamond S Rodeo, JK Rodeo Company and Pro Rodeos. Rodeo secretary: Barb Duggan. Officials: Steve Knowles, Cliff Overstreet and Chuck Hoss. Announcer: Boyd Polhamus. Specialty act: Keith Isley. Clown/barrelman: Keith Isley.

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