Ranger Rodeo Teams Take Fourth at Ranger Rodeo; Woodward and Vogt Win Events

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Ranger Rodeo Teams Take Fourth at Ranger Rodeo; Woodward and Vogt Win Events

Ranger Rodeo Teams Take Fourth at Ranger Rodeo; Woodward and Vogt Win EventsALVA – Kody Woodward took the steer wrestling title, while Toya Vogt won the breakaway roping event, as both the men’s and women’s rodeo teams finished in fourth place at the annual Ranger Rodeo at the Woods County Fairgrounds held Nov. 4-6.

 

The men’s team finished with 265 points, while the women had 150 points. Oklahoma Panhandle State University won both the men’s and women’s titles with 550 and 385 points, respectively.

 

Travis Cowan finished second in the men’s all-around with 80 points. Cowan finished in a tie for fourth in team roping (header) and was eighth in tie down roping.

 

In addition to Cowan in tie down roping, Cole Wilson placed fourth with a time of 19.3.

 

Four Rangers placed in steer wrestling, as Woodward led the way with the first place finish. Lucas Camac was right behind in second place, while Trenton Johnson was fifth and Colter Hill was eighth.

 

Several cowboys finished in the top nine in team roping as Collin Domer (header), along with Ryan Domer from Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, took second place with a 14.8.  Charlie Moore (heeler) and Kurt Gulick of Oklahoma State finished in third with a 19.5. The teams of Cowan (header) and Brice Buzzard (heeler) along with Jordan Sanders (header) and his partner Brady Graff from SWOSU, both tied for fourth. Reagan Ward (heeler) earned sixth place with Andrew Ward of Western Oklahoma State College.

 

Dusta Kimzey was second in barrel racing, as she finished with a 25.53, putting her a quarter of a second out of first place.

 

Three placed in breakaway roping, with Vogt taking the title with a 5.3. Jessica Binder finished in third, recording a 14.6, while Kari Cable was ninth with a 2.8.

 

After the rodeo, Northwestern’s men’s team is in third place in the region behind Fort Scott (Kan.) and leader, Oklahoma Panhandle State. The women’s team occupies ninth place.

 

The Ranger rodeo teams will be idle until the Spring semester. Next up will be the Kansas State Rodeo in Manhattan, Kan. during February 18-20.

 

Complete Results for Northwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo

Central Plains Regional Standings