Results Told From Annual Rodeo At Kansas State University

It’s in the books, and recorded as one of the best in 67 years.

“That’s the 58th K-State Rodeo, and the 67th year of rodeos at Kansas State University in Manhattan,” calculated Beth McQuade, advisor for the K-State Rodeo Club, event sponsor.

“We had 422 contestants enter the recent 2014 K-State Rodeo representing the Central Plains Region of Kansas and Oklahoma in the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Dell Hall of the Rafter H Rodeo Company at Tahlequah, Oklahoma. Dale Hall provided the highest caliber of broncs and bulls that you will see at any level of competition,” McQuade assured.  

Biggest accomplishments for K-State, according to rodeo team coach Doug Muller, were that two  K-Staters won their events: Tanner Brunner in steer wrestling, and Shelby Leonhard in goat tying.

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Shelby Leonard, agriculture economics student from Oskaloosa, won the goat tying event and also competed in barrel racing and breakaway roping en route to be named the Women’s All-Around Award winner at the recent K-State Rodeo in Manhattan.

“Shelby won the Women’s All-Around Award for also competing in barrel racing and breakaway roping,” Muller credited.

Danielle Stuerman, rodeo club treasurer, was crowned as Miss Rodeo K-State 2014, by  Miss Rodeo K-State 2013, Lindy Singular.

Complete rodeo results were announced by McQuade, who is stepping down from her position as the club advisor, to pursue and serve other career and family endeavors.

 

Bareback Riding – 15 Entries – Total Prize Money $450:

 

  • 1st – Boyd Miller of Fort Scott – 70 in the long go,     72 in the short go with a total of 142 points worth $126 and 150 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Jake Stemo  of Southwestern Oklahoma     State – 73 in the long go, 68 in the short go to  collect $117 and 140 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Logan Glenda of Panhandle State University –      62 in the long go, 67 in the short go to win $54 and 100 NIRA points.

Calf Roping –  80 Entries – Total Prize Money $2,400:

 

  • 1st  – Trey Young of Northwestern Oklahoma     State University – 9.0 in the long go, 10.0 in the short go, with a total     of 19.0 taking home $628.80 and 155 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Ryan Domer of Northwestern Oklahoma State     University – 10.6 in the long go, 9.5 in the short go, with a total of     20.1 taking home $422.40 and 110 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Dalton Richards of Northwestern Oklahoma State     University – 10.5 in the long go, 9.8 in the short go, with a total of     20.3 taking home $393.60 and 105 NIRA points.

 Breakaway Roping – 106 Entries –  Total Prize Money $ 3,180:

 

  • 1st – TIE – Kelsie Chace – Southwestern Oklahoma     State University – 3.5 in the long go, 3.9 in the short go, with a total     of 7.4 taking home $572.40 and 112.5 NIRA points.
  • 1st – TIE – Ceri McCaffery – Southwestern Oklahoma     State University – 3.6 in the long go, 3.8 in the short go, with a total of     7.4 taking home $591.48 and 115 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Kesley Pontius – Northwestern Oklahoma State     University – 3.5 in the long go, 4.0 in the short go, with a total of 7.5     taking home $413.40 and 87.5 NIRA points.

Saddle Bronc Riding – 32 Entries – Total Prize Money $960:

 

  • 1st – Dalton Davis of Southwestern Oklahoma State     University – 72 in the long go, 76 in the short go, with a total of 148     taking home $307.20 and 160 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – John Stratton of Panhandle State University –      77 in the long go, 67 in the short go, with a total of 144 taking home     $307.20 & 150 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Preston Kafka of Panhandle State University –      73 in the long go, 70 in the short go, with a total of 143 taking home     $249.60 and 140 NIRA points.

Steer Wresting – 41 Entries – Total Prize Money $1,230:

 

  • 1st  – Tanner     Brunner of Kansas State University 6.9 in the long go, 5.0 in the short go, with a total     of 11.9 taking home $393.60 and 160 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Alex Phelps of Dodge City Community College –      5.7 in the long go, 6.7 in the short go, with a total of 12.4 taking home     $356.70 and 135 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Dusty Moore of Panhandle State University –      7.5 in the long go, 5.9 in the short go, with a total of 13.4 taking home     $147.60 and 100 NIRA points.

Goat Tying – 49 Entries – Total Prize Money – $1,470:

 

  • 1st – Shelby Leonhard of     Kansas State University – 6.2 in the long go, 6.4 in the short go, with a total of 12.6     taking home $382.20 and 145 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Samantha Foos of Panhandle State University –      6.1 in the long go, 6.8 in the short go, with a total of 12.9 taking home     $396.90 and 135 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Stacey Bailey of Southwestern Oklahoma State     University – 6.2 in the long go, 6.8 in the short go, with a total of 13.0     taking home $191.10 and 100 NIRA points.

Team Roping – 95 teams – Total Prize Money $2,850:

 

  • 1st – Parker Warner and Dustin Seacry of     Northwestern Oklahoma State University – 7.5 in the long go, 5.0 in the     short go, with a 12.5, each taking home $577.60 and 120 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Dalton Richards of Northwestern Oklahoma State     University, and Ben Whiddon of Western Oklahoma State College – 7.1 in the     long go, 5.5 in the short go, with a total of 12.6, each taking home     $463.60 and 100 NIRA points
  • 3rd – Trenton Turner and Chase Gibbs of Garden City     Community College – 8.0 in the long go, 7.4 in the short go, with a total     of 15.4, each taking home $349.60 and 80 NIRA points.
  • Ethan Fox of Southeastern and Chase Boekhaus of Northwestern     had a 5.1 in the long go, no time in short go, taking home $490 and 90 NIRA     points, according to McQuade’s report.

Barrel Racing – 107 Entries – $3,210:

 

  • 1st – Mattie Moore of Northeastern Oklahoma State     University – 12.78 in the long go, 12.62 (fastest time of the weekend) in     the short go, with a 25.4 taking home $1001.52 and 180 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Callin Lenhart  of Pittsburg State     University – 12.81 in the long go, 12.71 in the short go, with a 25.52     taking home $680.52  and 130 NIRA points.     
  • 3rd – Micala Carlile of Southeastern Oklahoma State     University – 13.09 in the long go, 12.69 in the short go, with a 25.78,     taking home $436.56 and 90 NIRA points.

Bull Riding – 39 Entries – $1,170:

 

  • 1st – Jake Stemo of Southwestern Oklahoma State University      – 84 in the long go, 86 in the short go, with a total of 170 taking home     $561.60 and 170 NIRA points.
  • 2nd – Mickey Andrews of Southwestern Oklahoma State University      – 85 in the long go, NS in the short go with a total of 85 taking home     $327.60 and 110 NIRA points.
  • 3rd – Jeff Bertus  of Panhandle State     University – 79 in the long go, NS in the short go with a total of 79     taking home $187.20 and 80 NIRA points.
  • All-Around Winners:

 

  • Men’s – Jake Stemo of Southwestern Oklahoma State     University. 
  • Women’s – Shelby     Leonhard of Kansas State University. Barrel Racing, Breakaway, Goat Tying

 

 

    

 
  

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