WOMEN’S RODEO TEAM PLACES SIXTH AT SOUTHEASTERN STAMPEDE; MEN PLACE IN FOUR EVENTS

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WOMEN’S RODEO TEAM PLACES SIXTH AT SOUTHEASTERN STAMPEDE; MEN PLACE IN FOUR EVENTS

COLEMAN, Okla. – The Ranger women’s rodeo team finished sixth place at the Southeastern Stampede over the weekend, while five individual men placed in four events.

 

Northwestern’s women tallied 85 points for the rodeo that Western Oklahoma State College won with 290 points.

 

Goat tying and breakaway roping were the most populated events for Northwestern, with Toya Vogt leading the way in goat tying with a fourth place finish. Brooke Boulware followed with a fifth place and Jade Inlow finished in eighth place. In breakaway roping, Cindy Wood and Jade Inlow took sixth and seventh place, respectively, while Brittany Young tied for ninth.

 

Kari Cable was the lone barrel racer, finished in ninth place.

 

Anthony Colletti and Chancy Lovinggood placed in bareback riding, with Colletti taking home a second place finish and Lovinggood coming in seventh.

 

Also placing individually was Clay Cudmore’s sixth place in bull riding, Lucas Camac’s fifth place in steer wrestling and Brice Buzzard’s third place finish in team roping as a heeler.

 

The Rangers’ next event will be the Northwestern Oklahoma State University Ranger Rodeo hosted by Northwestern at the Woods County Fairgrounds on November 5-7.

 

Complete Results for Southeastern Stampede