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Torrington Youth Series 2011 Crowns Rodeo Champions

Courtesy PhotoGoat Tying Champions: Back row (l to r): Jhett Hadley of Wheatland, Wyo., Canton Afdahl of Torrington, Wyo., Rowdy Whetham of Morrill, Neb., Tailon Crane of Wheatland, Wyo., Teague Crane of Wheatland, Wyo., Kadra Clark of Torrington, Wyo., and Sadie Sturman of Lusk, Wyo. Front row (l to r): Blake Afdahl of Torrington, Wyo., Tate Talkington of Scottsbluff, Neb., Brenna Herring of Veteran, Wyo., and Rayne Grant of Wheatland, Wyo.

The “Torrington Youth Series (TYS) 2011” rodeo crowned series champions July 26 at the Goshen Pavilion in Torrington. The finale rodeo was held during the Goshen County Fair. Produced by Jake and Kerin Clark, of Torrington, the TYS rodeos offered area youth ages 5-14 the opportunity to compete in various rodeo events. Throughout the series the numbers saw as many as 65 contestants per rodeo.

The TYS rodeos included seven weeknight events that began June 1 and concluded July 26. Buckles were awarded to series event champions in each age division. Prizes were also given to the reserve champions. In the 5-7 age division, prizes were given to the reserve champion and the third place finisher for the series. Contestants must have competed at five of the seven rodeos to qualify for the series awards.

“We appreciate the support of the local community, area businesses and rodeo families,” Jake and Kerin Clark said. “The youth rodeo series was very rewarding to produce and we look forward to the 2012 series.”

The “Torrington Youth Series (TYS) 2011” rodeo crowned series champions July 26 at the Goshen Pavilion in Torrington. The finale rodeo was held during the Goshen County Fair. Produced by Jake and Kerin Clark, of Torrington, the TYS rodeos offered area youth ages 5-14 the opportunity to compete in various rodeo events. Throughout the series the numbers saw as many as 65 contestants per rodeo.

The TYS rodeos included seven weeknight events that began June 1 and concluded July 26. Buckles were awarded to series event champions in each age division. Prizes were also given to the reserve champions. In the 5-7 age division, prizes were given to the reserve champion and the third place finisher for the series. Contestants must have competed at five of the seven rodeos to qualify for the series awards.

“We appreciate the support of the local community, area businesses and rodeo families,” Jake and Kerin Clark said. “The youth rodeo series was very rewarding to produce and we look forward to the 2012 series.”

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The “Torrington Youth Series (TYS) 2011” rodeo crowned series champions July 26 at the Goshen Pavilion in Torrington. The finale rodeo was held during the Goshen County Fair. Produced by Jake and Kerin Clark, of Torrington, the TYS rodeos offered area youth ages 5-14 the opportunity to compete in various rodeo events. Throughout the series the numbers saw as many as 65 contestants per rodeo.

The TYS rodeos included seven weeknight events that began June 1 and concluded July 26. Buckles were awarded to series event champions in each age division. Prizes were also given to the reserve champions. In the 5-7 age division, prizes were given to the reserve champion and the third place finisher for the series. Contestants must have competed at five of the seven rodeos to qualify for the series awards.

“We appreciate the support of the local community, area businesses and rodeo families,” Jake and Kerin Clark said. “The youth rodeo series was very rewarding to produce and we look forward to the 2012 series.”

The “Torrington Youth Series (TYS) 2011” rodeo crowned series champions July 26 at the Goshen Pavilion in Torrington. The finale rodeo was held during the Goshen County Fair. Produced by Jake and Kerin Clark, of Torrington, the TYS rodeos offered area youth ages 5-14 the opportunity to compete in various rodeo events. Throughout the series the numbers saw as many as 65 contestants per rodeo.

The TYS rodeos included seven weeknight events that began June 1 and concluded July 26. Buckles were awarded to series event champions in each age division. Prizes were also given to the reserve champions. In the 5-7 age division, prizes were given to the reserve champion and the third place finisher for the series. Contestants must have competed at five of the seven rodeos to qualify for the series awards.

“We appreciate the support of the local community, area businesses and rodeo families,” Jake and Kerin Clark said. “The youth rodeo series was very rewarding to produce and we look forward to the 2012 series.”