2019 Kinsmen Indoor Rodeo results

Here is a look at unofficial results from the action at the Kinsmen Indoor Rodeo this weekend at the Civic Centre. These results were posted at the Canadian Cowboys Association website.

In the saddle bronco event, Lachlan Miller of Crossfield, Alta., finished first with a mark of 76.

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Jeremy Dillon of Swift Current, Nicholas Patterson of Blackfalds, Alta., and Coleman Watt of Hardisty, Alta., tied for second at 75.

In bareback, Danny Vandenameele of Langenburg finished first with a score 74 followed by Calder Peterson of Glentworth at 72 and Travis Heeb, Monty Koopman and Lane Link tied for third at 71.

In bull riding, Lonnie Phillips of Elko, B.C., finished first with a score of 82, followed by Ty Ellis, William Barrows and Zane Tully who tied for second at 75.

In tie down roping, Riley Warren of Stettler and Tyce McLeod of Waldeck tied for first at a time of 8.7. Tuftin McLeod of Waldeck was third at 9.1.

In steer wrestling, Tavis Munro of Swift Current finished first at a time of 5.2, followed by Chad Hantelman of Kyle and Scott Sigfusson of Tugaske who tied for second at 5.3.

In ladies barrel racing, Logan Resch of Maple Creek was first at a time of 12.97, followed by Shayana Moen of Elrose at 12.99 and Casey Dacyk of Ponoka at 13.01.

In team roping, Clay Ullery of Two Hills, Alta., and Riley Warren of Stettler finished first with a time of 6.0 followed by Wyatt Sith and Kal Klovansky second at a time of 6.7. Dustin Cromarty and Jeremy Eberts finished third at 7.3

In junior girls barrel racing, Jewelian Cox of Prince Albert finished first at 12.89. Cassidy Gordon of Maple Creek was second at 13.07 and Kaybree Zunti of Unity was third at 13.25.

In novice bareback, Kade Cheney of Kyle and Casey Bear of Whitewood tied for first at 72; Cruz McNulty finished third at 70.

Finally in novice saddle bronc, Keagan Crossman of Rosetown finished with a score of 59.

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