Tough showing at Central Wyoming College rodeo

The LCCC rodeo teams competed at the Central Wyoming College rodeo in Riverton, Wyoming Oct. 6-8. The women’s team placed fifth overall with a score of 185, and the men’s team finished seventh with a score of 210.


The women’s team was lead by Bailey Brown, who placed second in tie down roping. Caydee Johnson finished fifth in the same event with a time of 14.8 seconds. Kynadee Beck placed seventh in barrel racing with a time of 35.67 seconds.


The seventh place finish was the lowest of the season for the men’s team. Tate Mathis lead the men’s team and finished fourth overall in men’s all-around with a final score of 120. Hayden Petsch had a strong showing with a third place finish in saddle bronc riding and finished with a score of 50.


The LCCC rodeo teams were scheduled to compete in the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo at the LCCC Arena, but the rodeo has been postponed to the spring semester due to an unknown illness that lead to the euthanization of two horses over the weekend.


LCCC’s Individual Results:

Men’s All-Around

4) Tate Mathis Score: 120.00


Saddle Bronc Riding

3) Hayden Petsch Score: 50.00


Tie Down Roping

5) Rance Johnson Time: 24.9

5) Tate Mathis Time: 31.8


Steer Wrestling

5) Tate Mathis Time: 9.8


Team Roping Header

7) Houston Brown Time: 6.6


Barrel Racing

7) Kynadee Beck Time: 35.67


Breakaway Roping

2) Bailey Brown Time: 4.8

5) Caydee Johnson Time: 14.8

About Tyler Haak (64 Articles)
Tyler Haak is a young man who grew up in the great state of Wyoming. After graduating from East High School in Cheyenne, Wyoming, he decided to pursue a higher education. He moved to Laramie, Wyoming, where he was accepted into the College of Business at the University of Wyoming. During his time there he studied accounting and finance but he could never find what he was truly passionate about. Along with attending the University of Wyoming, he also spent a year and a half at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. Tyler finally found his passion after attending the Colorado Media School in Denver, Colorado. He originally attended the school because of his passion for sports radio, but he became very interested in the video side of sports. After graduating from CMS, he took a job at the University of Wyoming working sporting events with the video and audio crew. Tyler is currently still with the University of Wyoming and has decided to pursue his education further in hopes to become a full-time employee in sports broadcasting. Tyler is enrolled at LCCC and will receive a degree in Mass Media in the spring of 2018. He plans on furthering his education and receiving a sports broadcasting degree once he is done at LCCC.

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