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NHSRA 9-22-12


ON LINE STALLION AUCTION

The National High School Rodeo Association is hosting their first On Line Stallion Auction. You can check out the feature stallions on http://NHSRAStallionAuction.com/index.asp. Bidding will begin October 1 and the proceeds go to the National High School Rodeo Association.

First Annual Heartland Championship High School Rodeo Conference - September 29, RCR-Omaha

Are you ready to improve your rodeo performance inside the arena as well as outside the arena? Plan to attend this free conference and share in the knowledge that can help you to succeed.

Guest speakers include:

Jack Stark, renowned sports psychologist, www.jackastark.com (check out his web page)

Dustin Elliott, World Champion Bullrider

Dr. Carl Martin, respected equine vet specialist and tie-down roper

Rick Foster, Justin Sports Medicine Team

The conference will be held on Saturday, September 29, from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the CenturyLink Center, in Omaha. Students, who can attend on Friday, are welcome to participate with the PRCA Cowboys and Cowgirls in the Rough-N-Ready Rodeo, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the CenturyLink Arena.

This is an opportunity you, your friends and parents don’t want to miss! Registration information can be found at: RiverCityRodeo.com under the “Rodeo” tab.

The best things in life aren’t free — but this one is!

2012-2013 Calendar Fundraiser

The NHSRA requires each member to sell 10 calendars, due by March 1, to be in good standing with the association. The proceeds from the calendar program go to fund student activities and awards. This program has been successful in the past and there are many benefits for the members.

The calendars sell for $20. Each week there is a cash drawing of either $40, holiday drawings of $200 and a $1,000 drawing during the State Finals. This year the cash drawings will be split between the ticket buyer and the student selling the ticket. Buyers and students can be multiple winners. Sell more calendars and you could be a weekly winner!

For the NHSRA member, there is a reward program that can benefit each member if they are willing to sell more than the required 10 calendars. Members are eligible to receive rewards in each of the three groups as long as they have submitted their calendar stubs and money by the dates listed. If you need more calendars, contact an adult director or Becky Dailey.

NOVEMBER 1, 2012

Top two members with the most calendars turned in at this time will each receive a certificate for a pair of Ariat boots.

JANUARY 1, 2013

■ Total of 20 Calendars Sold — NHSRA Shirt

■ Total of 30 Calendars Sold — $75 Scholarship

■ Total of 40 Calendars Sold — $100 Scholarship

■ Total of 50 Calendars Sold — $125 Scholarship

(If a student sells 30, 40 or 50 calendars and would like a shirt, the cost of the shirt can be deducted from the scholarship amount.)

MARCH 1, 2013

■ Total of 60 Calendars Sold — $300 Scholarship

■ Total of 85 Calendars Sold — $425 Scholarship

■ Total of 110 Calendars Sold — $550 Scholarship

■ Total of 135 Calendars Sold — $750 Scholarship

The member selling the most calendars over 135 will qualify for a $1,000 scholarship. (The $1,000 scholarship is the maximum a member can earn in the March 1st level.)

Please make sure to legibly complete all requested information on the ticket stub. Make sure that money and ticket stubs balance. DO NOT SEND CASH. Do not staple money to ticket. Send in calendar stubs and money often — we will keep track of the number of calendars you have sold. Members will be responsible for collecting money for checks that are returned because of closed accounts and insufficient funds. You are responsible for payment or the return of calendars not sold. Send ticket stubs and money to Becky Dailey, PO Box 10, Arnold, NE 69120

The Association will not be obligated to provide calendars to members after March 1st. Any member not submitting calendar monies prior to March 1st will owe the minimum sales requirement of $200 plus a $60 late fee that must be paid before any spring rodeo entries will be accepted. Becky must receive your calendar sales by April 1 to be eligible to rodeo the rest of the season.

If you have any questions, please contact a member of the Calendar Committee: Becky Dailey at (308) 539-6543, Tricia Schaffer at (308) 534-1244 or Jim Wakefield at (402) 336-4766.

Callaway Results (9-15-12):

Bareback Riding: 1. Rowdy Moon, Sargent, NE, 67.0; 2. Wyatt Gewinner, Weeping Water, NE, 58.0. Barrel Racing: 1. Haley Reed, Arnold, NE, 17.690; 2. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 17.722; 3. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 17.740; 4. Samantha Vonheeder, Ainsworth, NE, 17.798; 5. Brandi Bailey, Lakeside, NE, 17.819; 6. Sheyanne Long, Valentine, NE, 17.840; 7. Jordan Hollenbeck, Long Pine, NE, 17.858; 8. Murphy Haun, Torrington, WY, 17.887; 9. KC Heimann, Howells, NE, 17.910; 10. Bailey Brown, North Platte, NE, 17.917. Boys Cutting: 1. Seth Cumpton, Lewellen, NE, 72.5; 2. Chase Rieken, Fullerton, NE, 72.0; 3. Regan Bader, Palmer, NE, 69.0; 4. Wyatt Bader, Palmer, NE, 69.0; 5. Clay Chittick, Maywood, NE, 68.0; 6. Lucas Troyer, Beemer, NE, 67.0; 7. Emmet Storer, Whitman, NE, 67.0; 8. Ty Milleson, Dunning, NE, 64.0; 9. Pryce Pinney, Johnstown, NE, 62.0. Breakaway Roping: 1. Madison Haun, Torrington, WY, 3.060; 2. Bailey Dexter, Valentine, NE, 6.560; 3. Charmane Macomber, Whitman, NE, 6.580; 4. Delynn Strand, Amelia, NE, 6.860; 5. Samantha Vonheeder, Ainsworth, NE, 12.840; 6. Kaylie Fiscus, Bayard, NE, 13.380; 7. Shaina Simonson, Dunning, NE, 14.390; 8. Emily Vinton, Whitman, NE, 21.640; 9. Kaitlin Reece, Valentine, NE, 100.000; 10. Hannah Harwager, Stapleton, NE, 100.000. Bull Riding: 1. Colter Glendy, Oconto, NE, 76.0; 2. Dalton Cunningham, Bloomfield, NE, 71.0; 3. Tyler Viers, Comstock, NE, 67.0; 4. Ty Wriedt, Norfolk, NE, 65.0; 5. Ethan Lesiak, Clarks, NE, 61.0. Girls Cutting: 1. Sydney Bushhousen, St Libory, NE, 74.0; 2. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 72.5; 3. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 72.0; 4. Morgan Hall, Neligh, NE, 71.5; 5. Savanna Jamison, Ashby, NE, 70.5; 6. Jordyn Doetker, Wauneta, NE, 70.0; 7. Hailey Storer, Whitman, NE, 66.0; 8. Catelyn Hall, Neligh, NE, 66.0. Goat Tying: 1. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 8.420; 2. Kayellyn Hall, Minatare, NE, 9.280; 3. Delynn Strand, Amelia, NE, 9.400; 4. Shaina Simonson, Dunning, NE, 9.570; 5. Charmane Macomber, Whitman, NE, 10.120; 6. Torie Opela, Stapleton, NE, 10.220; 7. Murphy Haun, Torrington, WY, 10.280; 8. Kaylie Haun, Torrington, WY, 10.280; 9. Dani Feagler, Torrington, WY, 10.420; 10. Sheyanne Long, Valentine, NE, 10.630. Pole Bending: 1. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 21.386; 2. Kaylie Haun, Torrington, WY, 21.588; 3. Sarah Gumb, Burwell, NE, 21.691; 4. Delynn Strand, Amelia, NE, 21.921; 5. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 21.932; 6. Bailey Brown, North Platte, NE, 22.112; 7. Charmayne Strong, Rushville, NE, 22.266; 8. Caitlen Evans, Ashby, NE, 22.354; 9. Megan Turek, St Paul, NE, 22.464; 10. Maura Christen, Lincoln, NE, 22.504. Saddle Bronc: 1. Jaden Clark, Wellfleet, NE, 72.0. Steer Wrestling: 1. Blaine Finney, Ainsworth, NE, 5.510; 2. Brady Wakefield, O’Neill, NE, 6.500; 3. Cord Hesseltine, Halsey, NE, 8.920; 4. Danny Manning, Hemingford, NE, 9.560; 5. Elkanah Riley, Brule, NE, 9.660; 6. Riley Wakefield, O’Neill, NE, 14.350; 7. Tanner Freeman, Dunning, NE, 17.810. Team Roping: 1. Brady Wakefield (Hd), O’Neill, NE, 6.210; 2. Riley Wakefield (Hl), O’Neill, NE, 6.210; 3. Cooper White (Hd), Hershey, NE, 6.590; 4. Peyton Holliday (Hl), Lincoln, NE, 6.590; 5. Ty Spickelmier (Hd), Imperial, NE, 7.970; 6. Blayne Bradley (Hl) Milburn, NE, 7.970; 7. Aj Freeman (Hd), Dunning, NE, 8.690; 8. Tanner Freeman (Hl), Dunning, NE, 8.690; 9. Zane Thompson (Hd), Cheyenne, WY, 9.230; 10. Levi Walter (Hl), Wray, CO, 9.230. Tie Down Roping: 1. Reece Weber, Valentine, NE, 11.450; 2. Brady Wakefield, O’Neill, NE, 13.800; 3. Zane Thompson, Cheyenne, WY, 14.250; 4. Tate Mathis, Atkinson, NE, 15.100; 5. Flagan Petska, Ord, NE, 15.500; 6. Tom Littell, Elm Creek, NE, 16.560; 7. Terrel Vineyard, Oshkosh, NE, 16.840; 8. Blake Tucker, North Platte, NE, 18.140; 9. Elkanah Riley, Brule, NE, 18.310; 10. Rio Mcginley, Oshkosh, NE, 20.810. Boys All Around: Brady Wakefield, 566.95 pts. Reserve Boys All Around: Riley Wakefield, 250.95 pts. Girls All Around: Jordan Hagedorn, 596.05 pts. Reserve Girls All Around: Jayde Atkins, 491.85 pts.

North Platte Results (9-16-12):

Barrel Racing: 1. Morgan Peterson, Arthur, NE, 18.211; 2. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 18.319; 3. Shaina Simonson, Dunning, NE, 18.413; 4. Shawnie Stone-Swedberg, Hershey, NE, 18.421; 5. Kaylie Haun, Torrington, WY, 18.466; 6. Haley Reed, Arnold, NE, 18.528; 7. Bailey Schaack, Hyannis, NE, 18.572; 8. Isabelle Ritz, Comstock, NE, 18.574; 9. Emily Bonifas, Roseland, NE, 18.640; 10. Jordan Hollenbeck, Long Pine, NE, 18.68. Boys Cutting: 1. Regan Bader, Palmer, NE, 137.0; 2. Chase Rieken, Fullerton, NE, 133.0; 3. Wyatt Bader, Palmer, NE, 127.0; 4. Pryce Pinney, Johnstown, NE, 122.0; 5. Clay Chittick, Maywood, NE, 122.0. Breakaway Roping: 1. Bailey Brown, North Platte, NE, 2.990; 2. Brandy Schaack, Hyannis, NE, 3.400; 3. Bailey Dexter, Valentine, NE, 3.500; 4. Madison Haun, Torrington, WY, 3.620; 5. Jada Jensen, Bingham, NE, 4.130; 6. Chantel Johnson, North Platte, NE, 4.400; 7. Samantha Vonheeder, Ainsworth, NE, 4.920; 8. Emalee Kasperbauer, Bartlett, NE, 5.050; 9. Sydney Dexter, Valentine, NE, 5.230; 10. Dayna Strand, Amelia, NE, 5.240. Bull Riding: 1. Tyler Viers, Comstock, NE, 72.0; 2. Ethan Lesiak, Clarks, NE, 72.0. Girls Cutting: 1. Jordyn Doetker, Wauneta, NE, 145.0; 2. Catelyn Hall, Neligh, NE, 145.0; 3. Samantha Vonheeder, Ainsworth, NE, 145.0; 4. Savanna Jamison, Ashby, NE, 141.5; 5. Charmane Macomber, Whitman, NE, 141.0; 6. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 140.5; 7. Hailey Storer, Whitman, NE, 137.0; 8. Morgan Hall, Neligh, NE, 137.0; 9. Sydney O’Daniel, Bennington, NE, 134.0; 10. Sydney Bushhousen, St Libory, NE, 133.0; 11. Jada Jensen, Bingham, NE, 128.0; 12. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 128.0. Goat Tying: 1. Linzie Vanhorn, Page, NE, 8.370; 2. Charmane Macomber, Whitman, NE, 8.980; 3. Torie Opela, Stapleton, NE, 9.000; 4. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 9.320; 5. Shaina Simonson, Dunning, NE, 9.610; Pole Bending: 1. Jordan Hagedorn, West Point, NE, 21.191; 2. Madison Haun, Torrington, WY, 21.802; 3. Shania Macomber, Whitman, NE, 22.022; 4. Sadie Stec, Bassett, NE, 22.086; 5. Jayde Atkins, Broken Bow, NE, 22.106; 6. Sarah Gumb, Burwell, NE, 22.185; 7. Shaina Simonson, Dunning, NE, 22.324; 8. Samantha Vonheeder, Ainsworth, NE, 22.331; 9. Bailey Brown, North Platte, NE, 22.387; 10. Charmayne Strong, Rushville, NE, 22.396. Steer Wrestling: 1. Brody Cleveland, Keystone, NE, 5.940; 2. Aj Freeman, Dunning, NE, 6.910; 3. Logan Dibbern, Riverdale, NE, 8.620; 4. Jeremy Davis, Bingham, NE, 10.280; 5. Ryan Cox, North Platte, NE, 15.230; 6. Brady Wakefield, O’Neill, NE, 16.130; 7. Cory Assarsson, Valentine, NE, 17.520. Team Roping: 1. Reece Weber (Hd), Valentine, NE, 7.260; 2. Tate Mathis (Hl), Atkinson, NE, 7.260; 3. Brady Wakefield (Hd), O’Neill, NE, 7.360; 4. Riley Wakefield (Hl), O’Neill, NE, 7.360; 5. Cooper White (Hd), Hershey, NE, 7.740; 6. Peyton Holliday (Hl), Lincoln, NE, 7.740; 7. Terrel Vineyard (Hd), Oshkosh, NE, 10.210; 8. Will Frerichs (Hl), Bayard, NE, 10.210; 9. Gunner Walker (Hd), Arthur, NE, 14.410; 10. Curtis Welsh (Hl), Scottsbluff, NE, 14.410. Tie Down Roping: 1. Blayne Bradley, Milburn, NE, 12.250; 2. Cody Colman, O’Neill, NE, 12.330; 3. Brady Wakefield, O’Neill, NE, 13.160; 4. Tanner Freeman, Dunning, NE, 13.190; 5. Blaine Finney, Ainsworth, NE, 4.250; 6. Tye Spies, Mullen, NE, 14.540; 7. Tom Littell, Elm Creek, NE, 15.070; 8. Dylan Miller, Ord, NE, 15.220; 9. Blake Tucker, North Platte, NE, 15.670; 10. Hadly Mccormick, Scottsbluff, NE, 17.390. Boys All Around: Brady Wakefield, 370.45 pts. Reserve Boys All Around: Blayne Bradley, 236.35 pts. Girls All Around: Jayde Atkins, 443.55 pts. Reserve Girls All Around: adison Haun, 314.60 pts. ❖




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