Wednesday, April 24, 2013

High school rodeo heads to Shoshone

Hailey is May 3-4

Cowgirls and cowboys on the 5th District High School rodeo circuit had a solid outing April 19-20 at Gooding. Now, they’re headed a bit east (April 26-27 at Shoshone) and straight north (May 3-4 in Hailey) for the next two circuit events.
    Making their moves up the overall standings at Gooding were Fairfield’s Whitney Hurless (adding 30 points last weekend for 52 season), Carey’s Matt Whitworth (adding 23 for a fifth-place 38) and Carey’s Kylie Castle (26 points for 38).
    Clocking third-place 18.460-second and 16.380 times in the tie-down event, Whitworth is currently leading the boys’ calf roping standings with 31 points after two circuit rodeos. He and Gooding’s Cole Millican placed fourth in Friday’s team roping with a 15.810-second time.
    Hurless now ranks third in barrel racing with 23 points, getting a lift from her second-place 17.332-second time in Saturday’s second Gooding rodeo. Hurless added a third place (7.4 seconds) and sixth place (7.25 seconds) in breakaway roping.
    Castle’s best Gooding results were fifth place in goat tying (11.340 seconds) and sixth in pole bending (24.175). Wood River’s Tayler Bosch picked up four points in goats at 11.540.

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