SC Generals Rodeo results

The Sheridan College Rodeo team traveled to Laramie, WY this weekend to end the 2017-2018 NIRA rodeo season!

On the women’s side Lakken Bice had a great rodeo again this weekend in the barrel racing. She placed third in the first round with a time of 14.59 seconds.

In the short round, she had a smoking run of 14.45 on the bottom of the ground to get the short round win and split the average win. Lakken ended the season in the barrel racing in 5th place in the region.

Cricket Cunningham made the short round in the goat tying again this weekend with a time of 7.7 seconds splitting the 7th place 5 ways. Cricket had a tough goat in the short round and had a no time.

On the men’s side, the Sheridan College Men’s team won the Central Rocky Mountain Regional title again this year!
Bareback rider Chance Ames led the men’s team. Chance won the long round with a great ride for 79 points, he scored 78 points in the short round and split the win but had enough points to win the average for the second year in a row. Chance also won the regional title with a total of 1235 points and qualified for his second CNFR.

Freshman Lane Schuelke had an outstanding rodeo and year. Lane was 76 points in the long round, which placed him 3rd. In the short round he got a reride and scored 71 points which placed him 4th in the round again but his cumulative scores gave him the saddle bronc riding win. Lane placed second in the region in the saddle bronc riding and qualified for his first CNFR.

Bullrider Tyrell Ward had a strong showing this weekend placing 2nd in the first round with an 82 point ride. He was bucked off in the short round but placed in the average and earned his first trip to the CNFR.

Freshman bareback rider Cole Reiner hung on to a bucker in the first round and placed 7th in the short round Cole scored 71 points and placed 5th in the round. He placed 5th in the region and qualified for his first CNFR.

Calf roper Cody Henderson had a tough weekend and did not make the short round but he was high enough in the standing to qualify on the team and go to his second CNFR.

Freshman bullrider Kenneth Thomson bucked off his bull and his bronc this weekend but he placed 3rd in the region in the bullriding to qualify for his first CNFR.