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2024 San Angelo Rodeo Results

Results as of 4/12/2024

San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo

Bareback riding leaders: 1. Cooper Cooke, 88.5 points on Korkow Rodeo’s Buffalo Soldier; 2. R.C. Landingham, 87; 3. (tie) Ethan Mazurenko and Will Norstrom, 86; 3. 5. Caleb Bennett, 84; 6. (tie) Cole Franks and Clayton Biglow, 83.5; 8. (tie) Jess Pope and Weston Timberman, 83; 10. (tie) Ty Pope and Waylon Bourgeois, 82; 12. Danton Bertsch, 80.5.

Steer wrestling: First round leaders: 1. Jacob Edler, 3.6 seconds; 2. Cole Walker, 3.7; 3. Stetson Jorgensen, 3.8; 4. (tie) Don Payne and Trisyn Kalawaia, 3.9; 6. Gavin Soileau, 4.0; 7. (tie) Matt Reeves and Jay Williamson, 4.1. Second round leaders: 1. (tie) Rooster Yazzie and Trever Nelson, 3.6 seconds; 3. Ty Erickson, 3.7; 4. (tie) Heath Thomas and Adam Musil, 3.9; 6. Chance Howard, 4.1; 7. (tie) Dirk Tavenner, Tanner Brunner, Tyke Kipp and Wade Steffen, 4.2. Average leaders: 1. Matt Reeves, 8.4 seconds on two runs; 2. Cole Walker, 8.7; 3. Trever Nelson, 8.9; 4. Gavin Soileau, 9.0; 5. Trisyn Kalawaia, 9.2; 6. Stetson Jorgensen, 9.3; 7. Heath Thomas, 9.4; 8. Jake Nelson, 9.6; 9. (tie) Bridger Anderson, Justin Schaffer, Chance Howard and Gus Franzen, 9.8.

Team roping: First round leaders: 1. Brady Tryan/Calgary Smith, 4.1 seconds; 2. (tie) Luke Brown/Travis Graves, Devon Johnson/Boogie Ray and Max Kuttler/Cashton Weidenbener, 4.2; 5. Kolton Schmidt/Landen Glenn, 4.3; 6. (tie) Jesse Boos/Jace Steenhoek, Garett Chick/Lane Siggins, Devon McDaniel/Walt Woodard and Peyton Walters/Brandon Gonzales, 4.5. Second round leaders: 1. Derrick Begay/Colter Todd, 3.6 seconds; 2. Chace Thompson/Chad Williams, 3.7; 3. J.C. Yeahquo/Buddy Hawkins II, 3.8; 4. Mason Appleton/Cooper Freeman, 3.9; 5. (tie) Wade Smith/Zach Varian and Slade Wood/Nathan Walker, 4.0; 7. (tie) James Arviso/J.R. Gonzalez and Shay Carrol/Jace Helton, 4.1. Average leaders: 1. James Arviso/J.R. Gonzalez, 8.7 seconds on two runs; 2. Shay Carroll/Jace Helton, 9.4; 3. (tie) Cash Duty/Ross Ashford and Devon Johnson/Boogie Ray, 10.1; 5. Brye Crites/Tyler Worley, 10.8; 6. Curry Kirchner/Jake Edwards, 11.0; 7. Jesse Boos/Jace Steenhoek, 14.0; 8. Koby Sanchez/Trace Porter, 14.2; 9. Coy Brittain/Colton Brittain, 14.3; 10. Reno Stoebner/Clay Green, 14.5; 11. Chace Thompson/Chad Williams, 14.7; 12. John Wesley Sharp/Dodge Hare, 15.2.

Saddle bronc riding leaders: 1. Sage Newman, 87.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Code Blue; 2. Lefty Holman, 87; 3. (tie) Cort Scheer and Tyrel Roberts, 86.5; 5. Brody Cress, 86; 6. Tanner Butner, 85.5; 7. Zac Dallas, 83; 8. Jake Watson, 82.5; 9. Kyle Wanchuk, 82; 10. Tegan Smith, 81; 11. (tie) Cash Wilson, Jarrod Hammons and Q Taylor, 80.

Tie-down roping: First round leaders: 1. Riley Webb, 6.9 seconds; 2. Tuf Cooper, 7.6; 3. (tie) Bryce Derrer and Connor Atkinson, 7.8; 5. Ryan Jarrett, 7.9; 6. Cash Hooper, 8.1; 7. (tie) Tom Crouse and Marty Yates, 8.2. Second round leaders: 1. (tie) Cash Enderli, Zaine Mikita and Marty Yates, 7.3 seconds; 4. Jake Pratt, 7.4; 5. Charlie Gibson, 7.5; 6. Jeremiah Peek, 7.6; 7. (tie) Hunter Herrin and Paden Bray, 7.7. Average leaders: 1. Marty Yates, 15.5 seconds on two runs; 2. Cash Cooper, 16.3; 3. Ryan Jarrett, 16.4; 4. Connor Blaise Atkinson and Cole Clemens, 16.5; 6. Tuf Cooper, 16.7; 7. Dylan Hancock, 17.1; 8. Riley Webb, 17.5; 9. (tie) Carson Watford and Chance Oftedahl, 18.0; 11. Westyn Hughes, 18.2; 12. (tie) Ty Moser, Brey Yore and Garrett Jacobs, 18.3.

Breakaway roping: First round leaders: 1. (tie) Madalyn Richards, Megan Powell and Timber Allenbrand, 2.1 seconds; 4. Alli Masters, 2.3; 5. (tie) Brooke Eddy and Jenna Lee Adams, 2.4; 7. Haley Mason and Britta Strain, 2.5; 9. (tie) Josie Conner and Angie Green; 11. (tie) Aspen Miller, Rickie Fanning, Riley Welch, Kadin Jodie, Addee Carder, Abby Medlin and Delaney Kunau, 2.7. Second round leaders: 1. Emilee Charlesworth, 2.0 seconds; 2. (tie) Alli Masters, Taylor Munsell and Hannah Bass, 2.1; 5. (tie) Hadley Clearman, Shelby Whiting and Jessi Everett, 2.2; 8. (tie) Bailey Jay and Kristy Stewart, 2.3; 10. (tie) Jayden Gould, Hollie Ladner, MaryBeth Beam and Chelsi Arnold, 2.4. Average leaders: 1. Alli Masters, 4.4 seconds on two runs; 2. Timber Allenbrand, 4.7; 3. Brooke Eddy, 4.0; 4. Haley Mason, 5.0; 5. Angie Green, 5.1; 6. Josie Conner, 5.2; 9. (tie) Jackie Crawford, Kadin Jodie and Riley Welch, 5.6; 12. (tie) Bailey Jay and Jenna Lee Adams, 5.8.

Barrel racing: Second round leaders: 1. Dona Kay Rule, 14.08 seconds; 2. Jordan Driver, 14.15; 3. Timber Allenbrand, 14.20; 4. Abby Phillips, 14.26; 5. Mindy Holloway, 14.30; 6. Sami Jo Buum, 14.34; 7. Tessa Arnold, 14.35; 8. Paige Jones, 14.36; 9. Taylor Baize, 14.37; 10. Sadie Wolaver-Troyer, 14.39; 11. Rachel Heurkamp, 14.42; 12. Sophie Nolen, 14.43; 13. Ashley Castleberry, 14.45; 14. Chelsea Moore, 14.46; 15. Shannon Pearson, 14.47. Average leaders: 1. Dona Kay Rule, 30.25 seconds on two runs; 2. Ashley Castleberry, 30.54; 3. Abby Phillips, 30.56; 4. Timber Allenbrand, 30.60; 5. Paige Jones, 30.78; 6. Mindy Holloway, 30.80; 7. Sami Jo Buum, 30.83; 8. (tie) Tessa Arnold, Sophie Nolen and Shy-Anne Jarrett, 30.93; 11. Sadie Wolaver-Troyer, 30.94; 12. Taylor Baize, 30.97.

Bull riding leaders: 1. J.R. Stratford, 90 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Bruised Kitty; 2. (tie) Jackson Carter Ward, Colton Byram, Vinell Vince Mariano and Beau Gardner, 86.5; 6. Riley Shippy, 86; 7. Clayton Sellars, 85.5; 8. Kase Hitt, 85; 9. Tyce Willis, 82.5; 10. Jesse Flores, 81; 11. Scottie Knapp, 80; 12. Lane Michael Vaughan, 78.

2023 San Angelo Rodeo Results

FINAL RESULTS
San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo
March 31-April 14
Bareback riding: 1. Luke Thrash, 88.5 points on J Bar J Rodeo’s Think Pink, $7,569; 2. Andy Gingerich, 87.5, $5,803; 3. (tie) Jess Pope, Clayton Biglow, Cole Reiner and Leighton Berry, 87, $2,523 each; 7. Orin Larsen, 86.5, $1,009; 8. Shane O’Connell, 86, $757. Final round: 1. Leighton Berry, 88.5 points on Championship Pro Rodeo’s Cajun Queen, $1,650; 2. Andy Gingerich, 88, $1,250; 3. Shane O’Connell, 87.5, $900; 4. Luke Thrash, 86.5, $600; 5. Jacek Frost, 86, $350; 6. Jess Pope, 85.5, $250. Average: 1. (tie) Leighton Berry and Andy Gigerich, 175.5 points on two rides, $6,686 each; 3. Luke Thrash, 175, $4,289; 4. Shane O’Connell, 173.5, $2,775; 5. Jess Pope, 172.5, $1766; 6. (tie) Jacek Frost and Clayton Biglow, 170.5, $1,135 each; 8. Richmond Champion, 169, $757.

Steer wrestling: First round: 1. Dakota Eldridge, 3.4 seconds, $6,530; 2. (tie) Will Lummus and Josh Garner, 3.5, $5,252 each; 4. Jay Williamson, 3.7, $3,975; 5. (tie) Eli Lord, Logan Kenline, Denard Butler and Remey Parrott, 3.8, $1,845 each. Second round: 1. Cash Robb, 3.2 seconds, $6,530; 2. (tie) Justin Shaffer and Cody Devers, 3.5, $5,252 each; 4. (tie) Tanner Milan and Brandon Harrison, 3.8, $3,549 each; 6. Stan Branco, 3.9, $2,271; 7. (tie) Tucker Allen, Joe Nelson and Talon Roseland, 4.1, $662 each. Final round: 1. Jay Williamson, 3.7 seconds, $1,760; 2. (tie) Talon Roseland and Jesse Brown, 4.0, $1,415 each; 4. Tyler Pearson, 4.1, $1,071; 5. Eli Lord, 4.3, $842; 6. Cash Robb, 4.4, $612; 7. Cody Devers, 5.0, $383; 8. Jacob Talley, 5.;2, $153. Average: 1. Jay Williamson, 12.1 seconds on three runs, $9,795; 2. Jesse Brown, 12.3, $8,514; 3. (tie) Talon Roseland and Eli Lord, 12.5, $6,601 each; 5. (tie) Tyler Pearson and Cash Robb, 13.0, $4,046 each; 7. Cody Devers, 13.2, $2,129; 8. Jacob Talley, 13.7, $852.

Team roping: First round: 1. (tie) Jaxson Tucker/Wyatt Cox and J.C. Yeahquo/L.J. Yeahquo, 3.9 seconds, $5,188 each; 3. Dustin Equsquiza/Levi Lord, Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira and Cyle Denison/Cody Hogan, 4.0, $3,378 each; 6. Chad Masters/Trey Yates, 4.1, $1,930; 7. (tie) Shay Carrol/Evan Arnold, Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins and Tanner Tomlinson/Patrick Smith, 4.2, $563 each. Second round: 1. Erich Rogers/Paul Eaves, 3.4 seconds, $5,550; 2. Brenten Hall/Paden Bray, 3.6, $4,826; 3. Coleman Proctor/Logan Medlin, 3.7, $4,102; 4. (tie) Coy Brittain/Colton Brittain and Billy Bob Brown/Kirby Blankenship, 4.0, $3,016 each; 6. (tie) Derrick Begay/Colter Todd and Garett Chick/B.J. Dugger, 4.1, $1,568 each; 8. (tie) Tanner Green/Caleb Green and Reno Stoebner/Whit Kitchens, 4.2, $241 each. Final round:1. J.C. Yeahquo/L.J. Yeahquo, 3.9 seconds, $1,639; 2. Chad Masters/Trey Yatres, 4.1, $1,356; 3. McCray Profili/McCoy Profili, 4.3, $1,074; 4. (tie) Tanner James/Jason Johe and Garrett Tonozzi/Corey Hendrick, 4.4, $650 each; 6. Tanner Green/Caleb Green, 4.5, $283. Average: 1. J.C. Yeahquo/L.J. Yeahquo, 12/3seconds on three runs, $8,324; 2. Tanner Green/Caleb Green, 13.2, R7,238; 3. Chad Masters/Trey Yataes, 13.4, $6,153; 4. Garrett Tonozzi/Corey Hendrick, 13.9, $5,067; 5. (tie) McCray Profili/McCoy Profili and Tanner James/Jason Johe, 14.0, $3,438 each; 7. Chris Francis/Cade Passig, 14.4, $1,810; 8. Ty Arnold/Kaden Profili, 8.8 seconds on two runs, $724.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Dawson Hay, 90.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s South Point Gambler, $7,104; 2. Brody Cress, 87.5, $5,446; 3. Wyatt Casper, 86, $4,025; 4. Ian McGivney, 85, $2,605; 5. (tie) Sage Newman and Ben Andersen, 84.5, $1,421 each; 7. (tie) Cash Wilson and Tanner Butner, 84, $829 each. Final round: 1. Dawson Hay, 89 points on Picket Pro Rodeo’s Secret Agent, $1,650; 2. (tie) Tanner Butner and Cash Wilson, 87, $1,075 each; 4. (tie) Jacobs Crawley and Wyatt Casper, 84.5, $475 each; 6. Ryder Wright, 78, $250. Average: 1. Dawson Hay, 179.5 points on two rides, $1,704; 2. (tie) Tanner Butner and Cash Wilson, 171, $4,736 each; 4. Wyatt Casper, 170.5, $2,605; 5. Jacobs Crawley, 168, $1,658; 6. Ryder Wright, 161.5, $1,184; 7. Brody Cress, 87.5 points on one ride, $947; 8. Ian McGivney, 85, $710.

Tie-down roping: First round: 1. (tie) Brush Minton, Hayden Ford and Chase Webster, 7.6 seconds, $6,105 each; 4. King Pickett, 7.8, $4,273; 5. (tie) Quade Hiatt, Michael Otero and Ty Harris, 7.9, $2,442 each; 8. Kyle Lucas, 8.0, $610. Second round: 1. Justin Smith, 6.9 seconds, $7,020, 2. J.T. Adamson, 7.2, $6,105; 3. (tie) Cory Solomon and Preston Pederson, 7.4, $4,731 each; 5. (tie) John Douch and Trenton Smith, 7.6, $2,900 each; 7. (tie) Caleb Smidt, Cimarron Boardman and Beau Cooper, 7.7, $712 each. Final round: 1. Cody Waldrop, 7.9 seconds, $1,990; 2. Westyn Hughes, 8.2, $1,730; 3. (tie) Trevor Hale and Justin Smith, 8.4, $1,341 each; 5. J.T. Adamson, 8.9, $952; 6. Brush Minton, 9.3, $692; 7. Chase Webster, 9.6, $433; 8. Ty Harris, 10.1, $173. Average: 1. Justin Smith, 23.7 seconds on three runs, $10,530; 2. (tie) Cody Waldrop and J.T. Adamson, 24.7, $8,470 each; 4. Trevor Hale, 24.9, $6,410; 5. Westyn Hughes, 25.2, $5,036; 6. Brush Minton, 25.9, $3,663; 7. Chase Webster, 26.6, $2,289; 8. Ty Harris, 27.1, $916.

Barrel racing:
First round: 1. Jimmie Smith-Tew, 15.80 seconds., $6,582; 2. (tie) Timber Allenbrand and Kassie Mowry, 15.82, $5,171 each; 4. Taycie Matthews, 15.83, $4,074; 5. Janet Staton, 15.89, $3,134; 6. Summer Kosel, 15.90, $2,507; 7. (tie) Nicole Driggers, Jackie Ganter, Katie Halbert and Amanda Welsh, 1,175 each. Second round: 1. Kassie Mowry, 14.04 seconds, $6,582’; 2. Shelley Morgan, 14.12, $5,642; 3. Dona Kay Rule, 14.13, $4,701; 4. Summer Kosel, 14.16, $4,074; 5. Ilyssa Riley, 14.17, $3,134; 6. Hailey Kinsel, 14.20, $2,507; 7. Jennifer Driver, 14.22, $1,881; 8. (tie) Wenda Johnson and Kelly Allen, 14.23, $1,097 each; 10. Kaycee Killingsworth, 14.25, $627. Final round:1. Lindsay Sears, 13.88 seconds, $4,875; 2. Kassie Mowry, 14.00, $3,657; 3. Hailey Kinsel, 14.04, $2,438; 4. Dona Kay Rule, 14.12, $1,219. Average: 1. Kassie Mowry, 43.86 seconds on three runs, $9,873; 2. (tie) Lindsay Sears and Hailey Kinsel, 44.19, $7,757; 4. Dona Kay Rule, 44.34, $6,112’ 5. Kelly Allen, 44.38, $4,701; 6. Jimmie Smith-Tew, 44.40, $3,761; 7. Timber Allenbrand, 44.49, $2,821; 8. Emily Beisel, 44.64, $1,881; 9. Shelley Morgan, 44.72, $1,410; 10. Taycie Matthews, 44.74, $940.

Bull riding: 1. Deklan Garland, on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Smokin Again, and Trey Benton III, on Stockyards Rodeo’s Just Another Gangster, 88.5 points, $6,474 each; 3. Josh Frost, 88, $4,153; 4. Koby Radley, 86, $2,687; 5. (tie) Jax Woodward and J.C. Mortensen, 85.5, $1,466 each; 7. Ernie Courson Jr., 85, $977; 8. (tie) Colby Demo and Coy Pollmeier, 83.5, $366 each. Final round: 1. Ernie Courson Jr., 89 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Midnight Special, $1,800; 2. Cody Teel, 87.5, $1,400; 3. (tie) Coy Pollmeier and Deklan Garland, 86, $900 each. Average: 1. Deklan Garland, 174.5 points on two rides, $7,329; 2. Ernie Courson Jr., 174, $5,619; 3. (tie) Cody Teel and Coy Pollmeier, 169.5, $3,420 each; 5. Trey Benton III, 88.5 points on one ride, $1,710; 6. Josh Frost, 88, $1,222; 7. Koby Radley, 86, $977; 8. (tie) J.C. Mortensen and Jestyn Woodward, 85.5, $366.

Kimzey triumphant at Xtreme Bulls

The smile that pierced across Sage Kimzey’s lips revealed more than the emotions of winning a bull riding title; he’s done that countless times in his storied career.

No, this smile said more in its creases and lines than many others. It showcased a sign of the times and an understanding that after almost a year on the injured reserve, the seven-time world champion is back and ready to contend for another Montana Silversmiths gold buckle.

Kimzey won both go-rounds and dominated Easter Sunday afternoon to win the San Angelo Xtreme Bulls title at Foster Communications Coliseum and make a defining stand on what he hopes to do for the remainder of the 2023 ProRodeo season.

“It’s big to go in and get the first big win under my belt since my injury,” said Kimzey, who suffered another injury to an already damaged left shoulder last June and had it surgically repaired. “For me, this is huge, especially coming off injury and having moderate success so far this year.

“Once you get the ball rolling, this is a good time of year to be riding good, especially looking into the spring and summer months. It’s definitely been a process.”

The shoulder injury came to a head last June after he was injured in Weatherford, Texas. He was third in the world standings. Even though he didn’t compete for three and a half months and missed many lucrative rodeos, the Oklahoma-born cowboy still finished 17th in the world standings.

While his free-arm (left) shoulder is still not 100 percent, he was cleared to compete in time for the Xtreme Bulls event at Fort Worth, Texas, in mid-February. In less than two months of riding, he had shot up to 27th in the standings. His earnings on Easter Sunday will push him into the top 20.

Kimzey won the first round with an 87.5-point ride on Stockyards Rodeo’s Crash Cart, while Missourian Creek Young was a point behind for second place. In the championship round, Kimzey rode Harper & Morgan’s Pickup Man for 89.5 points to take the top spot. Tyler Taylor of Stephenville, Texas, was the only other cowboy in the 10-man short round to earn a qualified ride; he was 86.5 points on Stace Smith Pro Rodeo’s Con Air.

Kimzey knew there was something special with Pickup Man when he got the opportunity to ride the animal Sunday afternoon.

“He’s a great bull,” he said. “I’ve seen him around for four or five years. A lot of guys don’t get along with him.

“I knew there was something to him. He was in and out the whole time, and that makes it pretty tough to get by.”

In all, Kimzey cashed out for $12,829 and pushed his season earnings to nearly $37,000. It was a great way for him to kick off a holiday celebrating his faith. After what has transpired in the last 10 months, he was excited to take his big payday and Xtreme Bulls championship buckle back to his wife, Alexis, and son, Steele, in Salado, Texas, about three hours east of San Angelo.

“I’d known the surgery was coming,” Kimzey said. “Obviously I was hoping to get through my career before I had to have it repaired, and I was at least hoping I’d get through the year because I’d had such a good winter run. But it was one of those deals. I knew I had to do something about it; there was a lot of finality with that decision.

“I was at peace with it. God’s timing was perfect. It happened on the year my son was born. I had a lot going on at home that kept my mind and my hands busy. I really didn’t miss (competing) a whole lot last year. I had bigger, more important stuff going on in my life at that time, and getting to spend my son’s first year of life with him … you can’t put a price on that.”

Of course, optimistic people tend to look at things that way, whether they’re on the back of a raging bull or trying to use one arm to control a squirming infant while changing its diaper.

“I didn’t have the emotional ups and downs that most people have when they have to take time off,” he said. “Emotionally I was at peace with it. I had support from my wife, and she was the one who took the brunt of it all. She was taking care of her 28-year-old husband and a 1-year-old baby.”

Now that he’s back to his winning ways, he’ll return to supporting his family the best way he knows how. He’s won seven gold buckles in his short lifetime, but he’s not done. His goals are plentiful, and he’s got throngs of supporters who are there to help him achieve them. Rodeo fans across the world always applaud greatness, and there may be none better than those in San Angelo.

“The crowd is so cool in San Angelo,” Kimzey said. “They are some of the most knowledgeable rodeo fans we ride in front of all year. The way that stadium is set up, they’re right on top of you. Whenever you do something good, they let you know it.”

San Angelo Xtreme Bulls
April 9
First round: 1. Sage Kimzey, 87.5 points on Stockyards Rodeo’s Crash Cart, $3,321; 2. Creek Young, 86.5, $2,546; 3. (tie) Cody Teel and Jordan Hansen, 85, $1,550 each; 5. Jeff Askey, 84, $775; 6. Maverick Potter, 83.5, $553; 7. Stetson Wright, 83, $443; 8. Jestyn Woodward, 82.5, $332. Championship round: 1. Sage Kimzey, 89.5 points on Harper & Morgan’s Pickup Man, $3,985; 2. Tyler Taylor, 86.5, $3,394; no other qualified rides. Average: 1. Sage Kimzey, 177 points on two rides, $5,534; 2. Tyler Taylor, 165.5, $4,243; 3. Creek Young, 86.5 points on one ride, $3,136; 4. (tie) Cody Teel and Jordan Hansen, 85, $1,660 each; 6. Jeff Askey, 84, $922; 7. Stetson Wright, 83, $738; 8. Jestyn Woodward, 82.5, $553.

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