Johnson Wins Second Consecutive All-Around to Lead Men's Team to 1st; Women Fifth

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Johnson Wins Second Consecutive All-Around to Lead Men's Team to 1st; Women Fifth

Johnson Wins Second Consecutive All-Around to Lead Men’s Rodeo to First Place Tie; Women Finish FifthFort Scott, Kan. – For the second consecutive rodeo, Trenton Johnson took the all-around title. This week Johnson did so in Fort Scott, Kan. and helped his team to 370 points, which put the men’s rodeo team in a first place tie with Southwestern Oklahoma State for the title, while the women’s team finished in fifth.

Johnson finished second in steer wrestling with a 12.2 and was tied for fifth in tie down roping. 

In tie down roping, Johnson was joined by Trey Young’s fourth place finish and Cole Wilson’s seventh place.

Besides Johnson in steer wrestling, three other Rangers finished in the top 10. Clint Kindred was awarded third place with a 12.4, Lucas Camac tied for sixth and Jess Woodward finished in 10th. 

Tanner Braden and Brice Buzzard both placed in team roping, as the two heelers finished second and fifth, respectively.

On the women’s side, Kari Cable tied for fourth in breakaway roping with a time of 6.3 and Toya Vogt recorded a 15.1 for third place in goat tying.

After the rodeo, Northwestern’s men’s team remains in third place in the Central Plains Region standings with 2,540 points, trailing second place Fort Scott by just under a hundred points. Panhandle State holds first place with 3,295 points. Woodward and Johnson are still first and second in steer wrestling, Braden leads team roping as a heeler by 100 points and Trey Young is second in tie down roping.

Northwestern’s women’s team is in seventh place in the regional standings with 541 points. Garden City Community College is in the lead with 1,638 points.

Next up for the Rodeo team will be the Southwestern Oklahoma State University Rodeo in Weatherford on April 7-9.

Complete Results for the Fort Scott Community College Rodeo

Central Plains Regional Standings