Rodeo team to pay homage to Shawn Dubie in memorial rodeo

While it may seem like the Laramie County Community College’s rodeo team has just started its season, it is just two rodeos away from concluding the fall season. The last rodeo is the biggest: the Shawn Dubie Memorial Rodeo, hosted by LCCC.   The rodeo team is unique compared to other sports teams; while other

Rodeo team competes in Riverton, travel to Lamar College

Houston Brown led the way for the Laramie County Community College men’s rodeo team at the Central Wyoming College rodeo in Riverton the weekend of Sept. 28-30.   The men’s team took fourth with 290 points, led by Brown, who took second in the tie-down roping with a time of 19.8 seconds. Chase Miller took

Rodeo competed in Sheridan, Travel to Central Wyoming

The Laramie County Community College rodeo team was in action Sept. 21-23 at the Sheridan College Rodeo in Sheridan.   The men placed seventh as a team with a score of 220 points. They were led by Rance Johnson, who won the tie-down roping with a time of 20.5 seconds. Cord Roberts tied for sixth

Rodeo team opens season in Chadron, travels to Sheridan

The LCCC rodeo team kicked off the fall season with a pair of  fifth-place finishes at the Chadron State Rodeo on Sept. 14-16 in Chadron, Neb.   The men took fifth with 260 points. The Golden Eagles were led by Rance Johnson, who recorded a time of 23 seconds and took second in the tie-down

New Rodeo coach uses experience to advantage

The surprising departure of former Laramie County Community College rodeo coach Beau Clark  became the opportunity that Seth Glause was looking for. Clark had been with LCCC for two years when the University of Wyoming announced Clark as the new rodeo coach on April 12. Clark led the LCCC men’s and women’s rodeo teams to

Rodeo coach uses personal experiences in the arena and on the football field to help him in his coaching career

Growing up he didn’t really have a favorite sport, it all depended on which one he was currently active in. His father instilled in him a work ethic to try his absolute best effort no matter what he was doing. Beau Clark is now fully committed to rodeo and still carries with him the life

Raised to be a rider: Freshman phenom wins CSU rodeo

Some athletes don’t find their sports calling until later stages in their life and some are born for a sport. Rodeo athlete Caydee Johnson was riding horses at six months old — she was born to compete in the arena. “I started riding at six months old with my mom in the saddle, and my

Rodeo coach Clark heads to Laramie

  People make an  impact on others every day, whether that impact is good or bad. Laramie County Community College rodeo coach Beau Clark made a tremendous impact on me.     I was brand new to the journalism world and Wingspan this semester when I met Clark. I was never into writing until something

LCCC Rodeo team places in several events at CSU rodeo

Laramie County Community College’s rodeo teams competed in the Colorado State University rodeo April 6 through April 8. The women’s team won the rodeo with a score of 250 points, while the men’s team placed third with 375 points. The women were led by Caydee Johnson, who took first in the women’s all-around with 165

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