GARDEN CITY, Kan. – Trenton Johnson won the men’s all-around while the men’s rodeo team finished in second place and the women placed fourth at the Garden City Community College Rodeo on March 4-6.
Johnson scored 190 points to take the all-around title as he won the steer roping with a 12.4 and finished in seventh in team roping.
Northwestern held the top three places in steer wrestling. In addition to Johnson winning the event, Kody Woodward finished second with a 14.4 and Clint Kindred was third with a 22.6.
Seven cowboys placed in team roping as the duo of Tanner Braden and his header, Clay Pianalto from Bacone, were awarded second place with a time of 16.5. The team of Chase Boekhaus and Dawson McMaster finished a tenth of a second behind Braden and finished in third place. Fifth place was awarded to Ethan McDowell and his heeler Tad Sheets of Dodge City Community College, who turned in a time of 17.8. Cole Wilson and Kyle Irwin took sixth place with an 18.1, while Johnson and Ryan Bothum of Southeastern Oklahoma State placed seventh.
Jess Woodward and Stoney Humble finished seventh and eighth, respectively, in tie down roping and Cody Burkholder took sixth place in saddle bronc riding with a 136.
As a team, Northwestern finished 95 points behind first place Oklahoma Panhandle State. The Rangers tallied 490 points, while OPSU had 585.
The Northwestern women’s rodeo team finished in fourth place as Western Oklahoma State College won the championship.
Four cowgirls placed in two events for Northwestern. Jacey Jandreau highlighted three top eight finishers for the Rangers in breakaway roping, finishing four tenths of a second away from first place with a 5.7. Katelyn Reynolds was fourth with a 6.0 and Toya Vogt tied for eighth place.
Brooke Boulware finished in third place in goat tying with a time of 14.7.
After the rodeo, the men’s team is in third place in the Central Plains Region standings with 2,170 points. Kody Woodward and Johnson are first and second, respectively, in steer wrestling in the region, while McMaster is second in team roping as a heeler, just 20 points off of the lead.
Northwestern’s rodeo team will head to Fort Scott, Kan. for its next rodeo during March 11-13.
Complete Results for the Garden City Community College Rodeo | Central Plains Regional Standings
Tue, March 8, 2011
by Ryan Hintergardt