Torrington Youth Series Rodeo results from July 14


TORRINGTON – On July 14, the Torrington Youth Series Rodeo held its seventh round of eight rounds at the Pavilion at the Goshen County Fairgrounds.

The next event is scheduled for Wednesday, July 28. Action gets underway at 6 p.m.

5-7 Barrel racing: 1. Willow Oliverisu 18.62 seconds; 2. Karson Martindale 19.86

8-10 Barrel racing: 1. Kaige Reisdorfer 15.73 seconds; 2. Hattie Haeffelin 16.22

11-14 Barrel racing: 1. Madison McIntosh 15.81 seconds; 2. Laney Salo 15.84; 3. Stesha Tidyman 16.07

15-18 Barrel racing: 1. Jordan Stoddard 16.12 seconds; 2. Clara Peterson 16.19

5-7 Pole bending: 1. Mesa Wiedman 27.66 seconds; 2. Karson Martindale 28.45; 3. Coy Haeffelin 30.13

8-10 Pole bending: 1. Tana Salo 22.42 seconds; 2. Hattie Haeffelin 26.06

11-14 Pole bending: 1. Laney Salo 20.02 seconds; 2. Rylee Griffis 22.6

15-18 Pole bending: 1. Jordan Stoddard 25.07 seconds

11-14 Breakaway roping: 1. Juddy Farella 13.1 seconds

15-18 Breakaway roping: 1. Jadyn Hall 4.2 seconds

High school and under team roping: 1. Clara Peterson/Cort McBride 27.9 seconds on two; 2. Juddy Farelia/Trace Travnicek 32.4 seconds on two; 3. Jaxon Ferella/Jate Saults 14.8 seconds on one

14 and under team roping

1. Brody Supan 9.6 seconds; 2. Laney Salo 11.8; 3. Stesha Tidyman 14.4

5-7 Dummy roping (fast time): 1. Brady McKinney 2.4 seconds

5-7 Dummy roping (average): 1. Mesa Wiedman 7.8 seconds; 2. Brady McKinney 8.4; 3. Kooper Rummel 10

5-7 Goat untying: 1.Mesa  Wiedman 8.6 seconds; 2. Suzy Muir 10.5, Karson Martindale 10.8

8-10 Boys goat tying: 1. Tatum Wiedman 17.5 seconds

8-10 Girls goat tying: 1. Hattie Haeffelin 13.3 seconds

11-14 Boys goat tying: 1. Juddy Farella 11.1 seconds

11-14 Girls goat tying: 1. Rylee Griffis 23.4 seconds on two

8-10 Breakaway roping: 1. Maddox Sorensen 4.2 seconds.

15-18 Tiedown roping (Fast time): 1. Bodie Herring 23.1 seconds on two; 2. Jaxon Farella 33.2 seconds on two; 3. Jate Saults 9.3 seconds on one.

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