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Nebraska High School Rodeo – State Finals 2011

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.

Nebraska High School Rodeo got its start in Harrison, Neb., in 1950. Dean Lundy, the FFA advisor at the Sioux County High School, hosted the event for a little competition between the area schools. In 1952, Nebraska joined the newly formed National High School Rodeo Association and the Harrison FFA rodeo took on the “High School Rodeo” name.

This year marks the 62nd annual Nebraska High School State Finals Rodeo and our 9th year at the Adams County Fairgrounds, in Hastings. Activities will begin on Wed., June 22, with the queen contest, contestant check-in and contestant meetings.

The first two go-rounds of rodeo competition will be on Thurs., June 23, and Fri., June 24. The cutting will be held at 7 a.m. each day and rodeo performances will be at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.

Sat., June 25, are the Championship Performances. The top ten contestants in each event will compete for the year-end titles and the top four in each event earn the right to compete at the World’s Largest Contestant Rodeo, the National High School Finals Rodeo to be held in Gillette, Wyo. The cutting event will take place at 8 a.m. and the finals rodeo performance will follow the crowning of the 2011 Nebraska High School Rodeo Queen at 1 p.m.

We would like to invite alumni of the Nebraska High School Rodeo Association to attend the state finals in Hastings and be recognized at the Saturday performance.


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