The Sheridan College Rodeo Team had a good weekend in Casper. The men's team ended up 5th, with with 220 points and the women's team ended up 4th, with 195 points.
In the bareback riding, Shane Stevens was 60 points on his first horse and 64 points on his short go horse. Tate Schwagler had a great ride in the long-go, earning 78 points and placing 2nd in the long round. He was 61 on his short go horse and ended up 4th in the average.
In the bronc riding, Dillon Barkshire and Taygen Schuelke both qualified for the short go. Dillon was 60 points on his first horse, placing 4th in the long round. However, he bucked off his short go horse. He ended up 5th in the average. Taygen was 49 points on his first horse and 70 points in the short go.
He placed 2nd in the short go and 3rd in the average. He is still 4th in the region and has a chance to qualify for the college finals. Zeke Thurston got bucked off in the long round, but he is still 2nd in the region.
In the team roping, Laine Hanson and Zeke Thurston were 8.8 seconds on their first steer but missed their 2nd steer.
Laine had a great weekend. She split the long round in the breakaway roping with a time of 2.3 seconds. She missed her second calf, but still placed 5th in the average.
Laine earned enough points this weekend to put her 4th in the regional standings. She has a great opportunity to qualify for the college finals as well.
Freshman Cady Halverson qualified for the short go in the barrel racing once again. She has been very consistent this Spring .Her first run of 16.08 seconds was good enough for 3/4th place. Her short go time was 16.3 seconds.
In the goat tying, Teddi Schwagler was 7.8 seconds in both the long round and short go. She placed 5th in the long round and split 3/4th in the short go and placed 3/4th in the average as well.
We look forward to our last rodeo of the season at UW, May 3-5. There is great potential for some of these athletes to qualify for the College Finals. It is going to come down to the wire. We are confident in their ability and feel that they are prepared.