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2021 Rodeo Results

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Rodeo Results for 2021 will be posted as they become available. The San Angelo Rodeo uses Ted Harbin as an editor to publish event articles and summaries for the rodeo. Please feel free to visit the website at: www.twistedrodeo.com

RELEASE DATE: April 24, 2021
CINCH CHUTE-OUT RESULTS

Chute-Out was filled with action

SAN ANGELO, Texas – The 10th anniversary of the San Angelo Cinch Chute-Out had a little bit of everything anyone might ever witness at a rodeo.
The near-highlight of it all was two-time all-around world champion Stetson Wright, who is also the reigning bull riding titlist, nearly pulled off a double victory Saturday night at Foster Communications Coliseum. He won the saddle bronc riding championship and was in position to win the bull riding title, too.
Since none of the cowboys managed to stay on their bulls, that didn’t happen. Instead, Josh Frost of Randlett, Utah, claimed the title by having the best score in the opening round, an 88-point ride on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Curley Bill.
The steer wrestling was exceptionally fast, with six cowboys posting sub-4 second runs; only three advanced to the championship round, though, and 2017 world champion Tyler Pearson of Louisville, Mississippi, claimed the crown and the $7,500 in prize money after posting a 3.54-second run.
Tim O’Connell, a three-time world champion from Zwingle, Iowa, became the first bareback rider in the history of the chute-outs to win back-to-back titles. He was 89.5 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Uncapped; in 2020, he tied a world record with a 94-point ride for the victory.
“I love these Cinch Chute-Outs,” O’Connell told Janie Johnson of The Cowboy Channel. “The best guys in the world, and the best horses they could possibly bring to the events. All these horses have been to the NFR or are going to the NFR. High-pressure situations. I practice myself to win.
“That wasn’t the ride I wanted to put on. I had the horsepower underneath me to get the win tonight. He’s big. He’s strong. He bucks. I’ve been on that horse three times, and that was, by far, the toughest he’s ever been. He got really vertical with me. I thought he was going to throw me off by the fourth jump.”
It wasn’t the rankest ride of the night, though. That likely went to another three-time world champion, Will Lowe of Canyon, Texas, who was bucked off by Beutler & Son Rodeo’s Killer Bee, then the horse kicked the cowboy as he was falling out of the air.
The first round of saddle bronc riding also featured difficult horses to handle. Only half of 10 cowboys managed a score, and Wright walked away with the title after an 88.5-point ride on Carr’s Big Tex.
Team ropers Erich Rogers of Round Rock, Arizona, and Paden Bray of Stephenville, Texas, won the trophy after posting a 5.03-second run. They won the aggregate title with the best cumulative time through 10 rounds at the National Finals Rodeo last December in Arlington, Texas. Westyn Hughes of Caldwell, Texas, shot past two world champions in Tuf Cooper and Caleb Smidt to claim the tie-down roping crown.
Barrel racer Amanda Bean posted the fastest run of the three-week rodeo by stopping the clock in 14.280 seconds to win her first Cinch Chute-Out title and collect the top prize of $7,500.

San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo
Cinch Chute-Out

Bareback riding: 1. Tim O’Connell, 89.5 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Uncapped, $7,500; 2. Shane O’Connell, 87, $3,000; 3. Tilden Hooper, 85.5, $2,000.
Steer wrestling: 1, Tyler Pearson, 3.54 seconds, $7,500; 2. Will Lummus, 13.85, $3,000; 3. Dakota Eldridge, 14.83, $2,000.
Team roping: 1. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 5.03 seconds, $7,500; 2. Colby Lovell/Paul Eaves, 9.15, $3,000; no other qualified runs.
Saddle bronc riding: 1. Stetson Wright, 88.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Big Tex, $7,500; 2. Kolby Wanchuk, 86.5, $3,000; no other qualified rides.
Tie-down roping: 1. Westyn Hughes, 8.71 seconds, $7,500; 2. Tuf Cooper, 9.34, $3,000; no other qualified runs.
Barrel racing: 1. Amanda Welsh, 14.023 seconds, $7,500; 2. Brittany Pozzi-Tonozzi, 14.222, $3,000; 3. Jana Bean, 14.775, $2,000.
Bull riding: No qualified rides. Josh Frost wins the title based on his first-round ride.


San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo
April 9-23
Bareback riding leaders: 1. Cole Franks, 88 points on Macza Pro Rodeo’s Hot Flash, $5,892; 2. (tie) Tilden Hooper and Zach Hibler, 87, $3,862 each; 4. Caleb Bennett, 86.5, $2,124; 5. (tie) Tim O’Connell and Shane O’Connell, 86, $1,158 each; 7. (tie) Chad Rutherford and Wyatt Denny, 85.5, $676 each. Final round: 1. Garrett Shadbolt, 90 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Night Flight, $1,650; 2. Caleb Bennett, 89, $1,250; 3. Shane O’Connell, 88.5, $900; 4. Chad Rutherford, 87, $600; 5. Tilden Hooper, 86.5, $350; 6. Cole Franks, 86, $250. Average: 1. Caleb Bennett, 175.5 points on two rides, $5,792; 2. Garrett Shadbolt, 175, $4,441; 3. Shane O’Connell, 174.5, $3,282; 4. Cole Franks, $174, $2,124; 5. Tilden Hooper, 173.5, $1,342; 6. Chad Rutherford, 172.5, $965; 7. Wyatt Denny, 170.5, $772; 8. (tie) Kaycee Field and Tim O’Connell, 168.5, $290 each.

Steer wrestling: First round leaders: 1. Jesse Brown, 3.4 seconds, $4,529; 2. (tie) Brandon Harrison, Jacob Edler and Jacob Talley, 3.5, $3,348 each; 5. (tie) Dakota Eldridge, Gavin Soileau and Kalane Anders, 3.6, $1,575 each; 8. (tie) Tyler Waguespack and Cody Devers, 3.7, $197 each. Second round leaders: 1. (tie) Tyler Pearson, Kyle Irwin and Trell Etbauer, 3.6 seconds, $3,939 each; 4. T.J. Hall, 3.7, $2,757; 5. (tie) Jay Williamson, Cody Moore, Gavin Soileau, Termaine Debose and Cody Harmon, 3.8, $1,024 each. Final round: 1. (tie) Trell Etbauer, Taz Olson and Cade Staton, 3.8 seconds, $1,410 each; 4. Nick Guy, 4.0, $987; 5. Jesse Brown, 4.1, $776; 6. Jacob Talley, 4.5, $564; 7. Jacob Edler, 4.6, $353; 8. Ryan Nettle, 5.3, $141. Average: 1. Cade Staton, 11.8 seconds on three runs, $6,784; 2. Taz Olson, 11.9, $5,908; 3. Trell Etbauer, 12.0, $5,022; 4. (tie) Nick Guy and Jesse Brown, 12.1, $3,692 each; 6. Jacob Talley, 12.3, $2,363; 7. Jacob Edler, 12.6, $1,477; 9. Ryan Nettle, 13.5, $591.

Team roping: First round leaders: 1. (tie) Jake Orman/Brye Crites and John Gaona/Trevor Nowlin, 3.9 seconds, $4,174 each; 3. Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, 4.0, $3,300; 4. (tie) Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp and Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 4.2, $2,427 each; 6. (tie) Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, Cooper White/Tucker White and Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 4.3, $971 each. Second round leaders: 1. (tie) Dustin Eguisquiza/Travis Graves and Cyle Denison/Brady Norman, 3.5, $4,174 each; 3. (tie) Clay Tryan/Jake Long and Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins, 3.6, $3,009 each; 5. Jr. Dees/Rich Skelton, 3.7, $2,135; 6. Erich Rogers/Paden Bray, 3.8, $1,553; 7. Clint Summers/Rosh Ashford, 3.9, $971; 8. (tie) Kal Fuller/Coleby Payne and Wyatt Muggli/Casey McCleskey, 4.0, $194 each. Final round: 1. (tie) Jaguar Terrill/Sid Sorer, Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, Aaron Tsinigine/Kyle Lockett and Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 4.4 seconds, $1,156 each; 5. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 5.2, $484; 6. Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, 10.0, $269. Average: 1. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 12.8 seconds on three runs, $6,697; 2. Aaron Tsinigine/Kyle Lockett, 13.3, $5,824; 3. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 13.8, $4,950; 4. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 15.2, $4,077; 5. Jaguar Terrill/Sid Sporer, 15.4, $3,203; 6. Coy Rahlmann/Douglas Rich, 18.5, $2,330; 7. Cory Clark/Wyatt Cox, 21.0, $1,456; 8. Jake Orman/Brye Crites, 8.2 seconds on two rides, $582.

Saddle bronc riding leaders: 1. Chet Johnson, 87 points on Lancaster & Jones Pro Rodeo’s Vertical Horizon, $5,637; 2. Kolby Wanchuck, 86, $4,322; 3. Dawson Hay, 84.5, $3,194; 4. Jacobs Crawley, 84, $2,067; 5. (tie) Cort Scheer, Isaac Diaz, Jarrod Hammons and Lefty Holman, 83.5, $893 each. Final round: 1. Sage Newman, 87 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Money Talks, $1,650; 2. Lefty Holman, 86, $1,250; 3. (tie) Isaac Diaz and Dawson Hay, 85.5, $750 each; 5. Chase Brooks, 84.5, $350; 6. Chet Johnson, 84, $250. Average: 1. Chet Johnson, 171 points on two rides, $5,637; 2. (tie) Sage Newman and Dawson Hay, 170, $3,758; 4. Lefty Holman, 169.5, $2,067; 5. Isaac Diaz, 169, $1,315; 6. Chase Brooks, 167.5, $940; 7. Cort Scheer, 165.5, $752; 8. Jarrod Hammons, 164.5, $564.

Tie-down roping: First round leaders: 1. Tuf Cooper, 7.3 seconds, $6,353; 2. Bradley Bynum, 7.5, $5,525; 3. Tanner Green, 7.6, $4,696; 4. Shad Mayfield, 7.7, $3,867; 5. Reid Zapalac, 7.9, $3,039; 6. Riley Pruitt, 8.0, $2,910; 7. (tie) Kincade Henry, Beau Cooper, Seth Cooke and J.D. McCuistion, 8.1, $483 each. Second round leaders: 1. Haven Meged, 7.2 seconds, $6,353; 2. Sy Felton, 7.4, $5,525; 3. Clint Robinson, 7.8, $4,696; 4. Cooper Martin, 8.0, $3,867; 5. (tie) Tuf Cooper and Caleb Smidt, 8.1, $2,624 each; 7. Trent Creager, 8.2, $1,381; 8. Colten Wallis, 8.3, $552. Final round: 1. Jake Booze, 8.8 seconds, $1,967; 2. Tuf Cooper, 9.9, $1,710; 3. (tie) Beau Cooper and Cooper Martin, 10.0, $1,325; 5. Seth Cooke, 11.2, $941; 6. John Clark, 13.4, $684; 7. Sy Felton, 14.6, $428; no other qualified times. Average: 1. Tuf Cooper, 25.3 seconds on three runs, $9,530; 2. Cooper Martin 26.6, $8,287; 3. Jake Booze, 16.8, $7,044; 4. Beau Cooper, 28.0, $5,801; 5. Seth Cooke, 28.3, $4,558’ 6. John Clark, 31.7, $3,315; 7. Sy Felton, 32.9, $2,072; 8. Shad Mayfield, 17.3 seconds on two runs, $829.

Barrel racing: First round: 1. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 15.80 seconds, $5,595; 2. Wenda Johnson, 15.81, $4,796; 3. Kylee Scribner, 15.85, $3,996; 4. Carly Taylor, 15.87, $3,464; 5. Cheyenne Wimberley, 15.88, $2,664; 6. Emily Miller-Beisel, 15.90, $2,131; 7. Dona Kay Rule, 15.91, $1,599; 8. (tie) Stevi Hillman and Kelly Bruner, 15.92, $932 each; 10. Randee Prindle, 15.93, $533. Second round: 1. Wenda Johnson, 14.11 seconds, $5,595; 2. Dona Kay Rule, 14.17, $4,795; 3. (tie) Michelle Alley and Lacinda Rose, 14.22, $3,730 each; 5. Jordon Briggs, 14.24, $2,664; 6. Cheyenne Wimberley, 14.27, $2,131; 7. (tie) Megan Champion and Stephanie Fryar, 14.28, $1,332 each; 9. (tie) Bristan Kennedy and Kassie Mowry, 14.32, $666 each; 8. Alex Lang, 14.35. Final round: 1. (tie) Carly Taylor and Dona Kay Rule, 14.07 seconds, $3,626 each; 3. Wenda Johnson, 14.09, $2,072; 4. Shelley Morgan, 14.20, $1,036. Average: 1. Wenda Johnson, 44.01 seconds on three runs, $8,393; 2. Dona Kay Rule, 44.15, $7,194; 3. Carly Taylor, 44.29, $5,995; 4. Cheyenne Wimberley, 44.48, $5,195; 5. Shelley Morgan, 44.64, $3,996; 6. Michelle Alley, 44.81, $3,197; 7. Bristan Kennedy, 44.84, $2,398; 8. Jordon Briggs, 45.16, $1,599; 9. Stephanie Fryar, 49.61, $1,199; 10. Kelly Bruner, 49.71, $799.

Bull riding leaders: 1. Boudreaux Campbell, 92.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Oyster Bayou, $5,835; 2. Laramie Mosley, 89, $4,473; 3. (tie) Trey Benton III and Sage Kimzey, 88, $2,723 each; 5. Jace Trosclair, 87, $1,361; 6. Wyatt Gregg, 86.5, $972; 7. Maverick Potter, 86, $778; 8. Shawn Bennett Jr., 85.5, $583. Final round: 1. Trey Benton, 83 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Black Gold, $2,700; 2. Sage Kimzey, 80, $2,300; no other qualified rides. Average: 1. Trey Benton, 171 points on two rides, $6,135; 2. Sage Kimzey, 168, $4,703; 3. Laramie Mosley, 89 points on one ride, $3,476; 4. Jace Trosclair, 87, $2,249; 5. Wyatt Gregg, 86.5, $1,431; 6. Maverick Potter, 86, $1,022; 7. Shawn Bennett Jr., 85.5, $819; 8. (tie) Tyler Bingham, Chris Bechthold and Josh Frost, 84.5, $204.



San Angelo Xtreme Bulls

April 18

First round: 1. Laramie Mosley, 90 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Royal Reel, $3,340; 2. Clayton Sellars, 89.5, $2,590; 3. Dustin Boquet, 86.5, $1,947; 4. Maverick Potter, 84, $1,304; 5. Levi Gray, 81.5, $875; 6. Garrett Smith, 80.5, $681. Championship round: 1. Clayton Sellars, 91 points on Stockyards Rodeo’s Soy El Fuego, $7,144; no other qualified rides. Average: 1. Clayton Sellars, 180.5 points on two rides, $5,483; 2. Laramie Mosley, 90 points on one ride, $4,233; 3. Dustin Boquet, 86.5, $2,161; 4. Maverick Potter, 84, $2,090; 5. Levi Gray, 81.5, $1,375; 6. Garrett Smith, 80.5, $1,018.

Rodeo Format

Following the results of the performances can be a bit tricky with the format of the rodeo, so use this as a general guide to understand the results for each event.

Bareback Riding- Each contestant will compete in 1 Go Round- so just once in each of the first 10 performances. The top twelve advance to the Finals on Friday, April 23 to compete for the Champion Bareback Title. There is no "average" until the Finals performance, just 1st go round rankings.

Steer Wrestling- Each contestant competes in two go rounds in back-to-back performances. For example, contestants up in the 1st performance, will also compete in the 2nd performance. Their time in their first performance competes for all 1st Go Round rankings, and their second run for the 2nd Go Round rankings. The total of those two runs is their Average ranking, and the top 10 in the average after the 10th performance will advance to the Finals performance on Friday, April 23 for the Short-Go. The short-go time is added to their previous two times for their final "average" time, and the fastest total time on three runs wins the title.

Team Roping- Each contestant team competes in two go rounds in back-to-back performances. For example, contestants up in the 1st performance, will also compete in the 2nd performance. Their time in their first performance competes for all 1st Go Round rankings, and their second run for the 2nd Go Round rankings. The total of those two runs is their Average ranking, and the top 10 in the average after the 10th performance will advance to the Finals performance on Friday, April 23 for the Short-Go. The short-go time is added to their previous two times for their final "average" time, and the fastest total time on three runs wins the title.

Saddle Bronc Riding- Each contestant will compete in 1 Go Round- so just once in each of the first 10 performances. The top ten advance to the Finals on Friday, April 23 to compete for the Champion Saddle Bronc Title. There is no "average" until the Finals performance, just 1st go round rankings.


Tie Down Roping- Each contestant team competes in two go rounds in back-to-back performances. For example, contestants up in the 1st performance, will also compete in the 2nd performance. Their time in their first performance competes for all 1st Go Round rankings, and their second run for the 2nd Go Round rankings. The total of those two runs is their Average ranking, and the top 10 in the average after the 10th performance will advance to the Finals performance on Friday, April 23 for the Short-Go. The short-go time is added to their previous two times for their final "average" time, and the fastest total time on three runs wins the title.


Barrel Racing- In the Women's Barrel racing, all contestants competed on Monday, April 5 in the "Slack" event for their first go round time. The top 100 contestants (10 for each performance) advance to the "progressive" second round. The women's first go round time, will be added to their second go round time, and the top ten in the average will advance to the Finals on Friday, April 23 to compete for the Title. The fastest woman on three runs will be the champion.

Bull Riding- Each contestant will compete in 1 Go Round- so just once in each of the first 10 performances. The top ten advance to the Finals on Friday, April 23 to compete for the Champion Saddle Bronc Title. There is no "average" until the Finals performance, just 1st go round rankings.

Rodeo Terminology:
Slack- Essentially the "overflow" of contestants. The San Angelo Rodeo is open to permit holders. We can only have a certain number of contestants a night, so slack is the time all of the additional contestants compete. Their times count just the same and against those in the performance. This allows up and comers the same opportunities to compete as World Champions.


Go Round- a go round is a round of competition. Go-rounds will be held over several nights performances. In San Angelo, we only have one full go round of rough stock events, meaning each contestant just competes once unless they advance to the finals. Our timed events have two go rounds.

Average- The Average is actually a contestants total time (in timed events) or scores (in rough stock events) over the go rounds. The contestants with the fastest times in the average or highest scores are the winners.

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