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Intercollegiate Rodeo Season off to a Resounding Start

Jo Chytka
Hemingford, Neb.

Photo Courtesy of Daniel BinkardCSC rodeo team members: First row: (l-r) Stormy Fink, Anna Lynch, Bailey McKay, Jessie Sturman, Katie Loughran, Zane Smith, Raegan Sott, and Head Coach Dustin Luper. Second Row: (l-r) Bridger Chytka, Tanner Olson, Randa Clabaugh, Kaycee Werdel, Halie Saundermann, Karisa Lamb, Kelsey Hostatler, Amy Deichert, Brett Gumb, Sage Till, and Cody Grubb. Third row: (l-r) Lissa Papousek, Clint Lembrecht, Tervor Kahl, Shalee Lemmon, Lacey Martin-Kessler, Jake Kraupie, Lane Day, Jonathan Royle, Taylor Bradeen, and Lacy Jo March. Back row: (l-r) Erik Eddington, Tyrel Bonnet. On horseback: (l) Kaylee Gallino and Kelsey Scott.

The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.

The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.

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The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.

The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.

The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.

The Central Rocky Mountain Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association began the 2011-12 rodeo season on September 9, 10 and 11 with host Chadron State College in Chadron, Neb. The weather for the entire weekend was picture perfect with clear skies, warm days and cool evenings.

Comprised of 554 entries, made up by well over 300 contestants. Coach Dustin Luper said, “554 entries is a significant number and is certainly the largest rodeo we’ve had since I’ve been here.”

Luper along with Assistant Coaches, LuAnn Werdel and Joe Lemmon and their rodeo team members put on two evening performances, two slack performances and the short go along with an open roping for tie down and breakaway ropers on Saturday. The open ropings were a fundraiser for the team and were very successful with the club earning right at $1,100 from both contests.