High School Rodeo results

The Alberta High School Association and Wrangler Junior Division has seen many quality participants from Ponoka

The Alberta High School Association and Wrangler Junior Division has seen many quality participants from Ponoka. The latest rodeo was held recently in Bowden on Sept. 13 and 14 where many competitors from Ponoka and surrounding area placed. Following is the results of the local participants.


Kelsey Ullery placed sixth on Sept. 13 with 18.757 and eighth on Sept. 14 with 18.813. Taylor Smith was eight on the first day with 18.938 and Jessa Galloway was 10th with 18.954 on day one and made her way to first on day two with 18.355.

Pole Bending

Jessa Galloway was second on the first day with 21.887 and first place on day two with 21.327. Coby Auclair placed fourth on day one with 22.235.

Goat Tying

Coby Auclair was fifth on day one with 10.7, Jessa Galloway was seventh with 11.5. Gina Flewelling placed 10th with 13.2 and seventh on day two with 11.7. Taylor Smith was third, 10.8, on day two.

Breakaway Roping

Gina Flewelling was first on day one with 3.7, Jessa Galloway, third, 8.2 and Josee Meston, fourth,13.8. On day two, Vanessa Chalifoux was fifth, 10.4 andJosee Meston was sixth with 13.1.

Tie Down Roping

Day one, Lane Wolf was eighth with 20 and Clay Ullery, ninth, 21.3. One day two Lane Wolf placed second with 11.1.

Team Roping–Header

Gina Flewelling was second day one with 8.7.

Team Roping–Heeler

Mack Smith, was second on day one with 8.7 and Coby Auclair, third with 12.7. On day two Jordan Smith was second with 8.9, Coby Auclair, ninth, with 18.7 and Clay Ullery, 10th with 19.5.

Bull Riding

Day one, Wacey Finkbeiner was third with 66 and second on day two with 70.

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