Jason McArthur was bucked off during the saddle bronc on the first night. Photos by Emily Jaycox

NANCA regional finals rodeo results

The Northern Alberta Native Cowboys Association Region 10 Rodeo Finals was held at the Calnash Ag Event Centre from Sept. 20 to 22.

The top contestants were vying for a spot at the Indian National Finals Rodeo (INFR) in Las Vegas on Oct. 26.

The results were as follows:

Bareback: season champion, Jalyen Twigg.

Steer wrestling: season champion, Jan Onespot, finals champion Virgil Jacobs.

Ladies breakaway roping: season champion and finals champion, Cammie Fox.

Senior breakaway roping: season champion Troy Crawler, finals champion Merle Yellowbird.

Tie down roping: season champion and finals champion John Pickens.

Ladies barrels: season champion and finals champion Sonya Dodginghorse.

Junior barrels; season champion Jenae Devine and finals champion Neveah Littlebear.

Open team roping

Header: season champion JR Kaquitts and finals champion Dustin Bearspaw.

Heeler: season champion Lane Wolfe and season champion Bailey Bearspaw.

Senior team roping

Header: season champion and finals champion Darcy Dixon.

Heeler: season champion and finals champion Marcel Saulteaux.

Junior bull riding: season champion Seth Saulteaux.

Bull riding: season champion and finals champion Trey Soosay.

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Rick Fox had a time of 19.53 in the tie down roping Sept. 20.

Byron Bruisehead’s ride in the saddle bronc got him 65 points on Friday, Sept. 20.

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