Wednesday, April 18, 2012

High school rodeo debuts at Glenns Ferry

Taylor leads cutting ranks

The 5th District high school rodeo season featuring cowboys and cowgirls from south-central Idaho schools north of the Snake River including Wood River High and Carey begins Friday and Saturday, April 20-21 at Glenns Ferry.

The five-weekend series leads to the State High School finals June 11-15 at Bannock County Fairgrounds, Pocatello. Rodeos begin at 7 p.m. Friday and 2 p.m. Saturday.

Other 5th District rodeos: April 27-28 at Jerome; May 4-5 at Shoshone; May 11-12 at Blaine County Fairgrounds in Carey; and the district finals May 25-26 at Gooding (Saturday's performance at noon).

Wood River has three on its rodeo team this year.

They are senior Haillie Taylor (barrel racing, pole bending, breakaway roping, goat tying, team roping, girls' cutting); freshman Tayler Bosch (barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying); and freshman Whitnee Hurless (barrel racing, pole bending and breakaway roping).

Taylor is the current district girls' cow cutting leader after two events. On March 10 at Arrow E Arena in Twin Falls, Taylor out-pointed Jerome's Jessica Lancaster 72-61. On Sunday, April 15 Taylor edged Lancaster by a 71-70 score.

The rest of the 5th district cutting schedule this spring: May 15 at the Why Worry Ranch in Glenns Ferry; and May 22 at Danny Thomasons, Tuttle.

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