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Carbon Rodeo competing at Utah State High School Rodeo Finals


Hagen Campbell & Kagen Rhodes

By Sierra Trujillo
Sun Advocate Sports Editor

Members of the Carbon Rodeo team are currently competing against over 300 contestants at the Utah State High School Rodeo Finals in Heber City. Results from rifle shoot and trap shoot results are final, while first go’s are completed for pole bending, barrel racing and reined cow, with second go’s taking place today (Friday).
Out of 19 contestants, Kolton Rhodes finished in second place in rifle shoot with 119 points. Hagen Campbell finished in fifth with 98.50 points and Kagen Rhodes finished in seventh with 70 points.
Out of 36 contestants in trap shoot, Kagen Rhodes finished in fifth with 63.13 points, Kolton Rhodes finished in 22nd with 14.75 points and Casey Rich finished in 23rd with 12.88 points.
After first go’s in pole bending, Sierra Edwards is in 11th place, Morgan Jensen is in 13th, Sadie Waller is in 68th and Cameron King is in 69th. Pole bending has a total of 73 contestants.
In barrel racing, with 52 contestants, Morgan Jensen currently sits in 11th place and Sierra Edwards in 26th.
In reined cow horse, Sadie Waller in in 11th place out of 20 contestants, with a score of 272.
Second go’s will take place today (Friday) and those in the top 15 in each category will move on to Saturday’s short go. Placing is based not only on the first and second go scores, but the total points that a contestant brought in to the finals from the season.
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The Utah High School Rodeo Association was organized in 1961 to promote the development of sportsmanship, horsemanship, and character in the state’s youth. It continues to produce national champions, earning seven National Championships, three runner-ups, and 54 past National Champions. Since 1996, UHSRA has always obtained a top-6 finish in the National High School Finals Rodeo (NHSFR). With over 600 members throughout the state, UHRSA continues to spread the values it was founded on to new generations and members everyday.

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