White Cloud cowboys and brothers Reed Boos and Jesse Boos claimed the yearend all-around cowboy and runner-up awards respectively.
That was climax of the United Rodeo Association (URA) when all dollars were tallied after the recent finals in Topeka.
Total finals payoff was more than $87,000, according to Muff McGee, longtime most dedicated URA secretary.
Also the finals all-around champion, Reed won the finals calf roping tying three head in 27.4-seconds collecting $1,259. He was second for the year in that event worth $9,510.
Reed Boos heeled for Marshall Samples to be third at the finals team roping with 25.9-seconds each collecting $688. Additionally the all-around cowboy was third yearend heeling with $10,858.
Likewise Jesse Boos with Cooper Bruce of Milan, Missouri, as his heeler won the finals team roping in 14.2-seconds worth $1,376 each.
The partners were also yearend team roping champions. Moreover, Jesse was tenth for the year in calf roping with $3,805.
Yearend champion bareback bronc rider was Maverick Griffith, Holden, Missouri, collecting $13,572, after being third in the finals average with 225-points and $409.
Finals bareback champion was Job Dunlavey of Kempton, Illinois, with 230-points worth $818. He was second in all three go-rounds to collect the average win. Dunlavey was fifth yearend worth $1,778.
Chase Gabriel, Grain Valley, Missouri, claimed the yearend saddle bronc riding championship collecting $9,288.
Dalton Kingery, Monroe, Illinois, placed first, second and third respectively in the three round saddle bronc finals. He claimed the average with 230-points and $956. Kingery was sixth yearend with $2,984.
From Blakesburg, Iowa, LeRoy Miller, won the first and second go-rounds with 161-points to win the finals bull riding worth $1,186. He was second yearend with $5,986.
Jacob Hanks, Huxley, Iowa, rode one finals bull worth 81-points fourth in the average with $296. Still, Hanks claimed the bull riding yearend title with $6,466.
Tom Crouse, Gallatin, Missouri, was the yearend calf roping champion with $10,598.
Jason Arndt, Fort Scott, tied three in 30.6 seconds to win the finals forty-and-over calf roping worth $1,300. He was first in both the first and third go-rounds, and fourth in the second go-round. Arndt was yearend third collecting $6,798.
Gene Crouse, Gallatin, Missouri, was honored as the yearend champion in forty-and-over calf roping worth $9,306. He also did win the finals second go-round with 9.7-seconds worth $715.
Anna Bagshaw, Chanute, roped three in 9.5-seconds worth $1,463 to claim the finals breakaway roping title. She placed second in round one with 1.9-seconds and was yearend runner-up winner with $8,049.
Danni Clover, Clifton Hill, Missouri, was the year’s champion breakaway roper with $8,049, She was fourth in the finals with 3.8-seconds on two collecting $365. She split the third go with 1.8-seconds, and was third in round two with 1.9-seconds.
Angie Galliher, California, Missouri, won barrel racing’s second go-round in 14.67-seconds, and was fourth in round three with 14.86 seconds. She claimed the barrel racing finals average with 44.57-seconds worth $1,443. Galliher was fifth for the year collecting $7,090
Kaylee Lacina, Badger, Iowa, claimed the yearend barrel racing championship with $12,695. She was fourth in the finals average with 45.02-seconds worth $360, placing third in round one with 14.79-seconds, worth $467.
Kyle Eike, Glenarm, Illinois, put three head down in 18.3-seconds to win the finals steer wrestling average worth $1,100. He was second in round one with 4.2-seconds collecting $533, and fourth in round three with 5.5-seconds, $177. Eike ended the yearend steer wrestling second with $4,632,
Cody Brown, Moravia, Iowa, was the year’s champion steer wrestler with $5,186, placing fourth in the finals round two with 4.7-seconds, $355.
In the finals team roping, Jesse Boos and Cooper Bruce won the first and third go-rounds with 5.1-seconds, and 4.5-seconds. Their checks were $890 each per round. They were second in round two, with 4.6 seconds, $668.
As yearend champion header and heeler, Jesse Boos and Cooper Bruce collected $14,297, and $14,951, respectively.