EWC’s Glass finishes 2nd in breakaway at CSU rodeo


FORT COLLINS, Colo. – The Eastern Wyoming College Lancer rodeo team competed in the annual rodeo hosted by Colorado State University in Fort Collins with several Lancers qualifying for the short round.

Sophomore Brooke Glass, Sidney, Neb., finished second in the breakaway roping with times of 3.1 and 3.8 seconds to help the women’s team remain in the number one position in the Central Rocky Mountain Region standings.

As a team, the Lady Lancers placed fourth with 147.5 points. Gillette College dominated the team title with 435 points, while the University of Wyoming was second with 185.

Torrington’s Garrett Murphy placed fifth in the average of the tie-down roping with a total time of 23 seconds on two calves. Teammate Jace Roselle, freshman, Greeley, Colo., finished sixth with a time of 23.4 seconds on two. Colton Reed, sophomore, Wiley, Colo., also qualified for the short round.

In the team roping, freshman Ty Chasek, Harrison, Neb., placed second in the first round and fifth in the average with partner Cord Roberts, of Laramie County Community College. Reed, Roselle, and Jacey Thompson all qualified for the short round of the team roping.

Thompson, sophomore, Yoder, split third and fourth in the first round of the goat tying. Teammate Karissa Rayhill, sophomore, Martin, S.D., qualified for the short round.

The Lancers will compete in Casper on April 19-21.

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