In the Saskatchewan High School Rodeo Association (SHSRA) report in the June 11 issue of the Triangle News, there was an error in the information published by the SHSRA and a number of things were reported incorrectly.
After finishing with the most points in the year, Coronach cowgirl Jaclyn Noll, won a buckle and was named the SHSRA All Around Cowgirl. Zane Marcenko, from Rockglen, was named the All Around Cowboy Reserve.
Rookie of the Year was Tyson Thue from Bengough, Tyson competed in Bull Riding, Goat Tying, Chute Dogging and Team Roping. Most Improved went to Keaton Anderson from Rockglen who competed in Breakaway Roping.
Jaclyn’s horse Winn won the AQHA Horse of the year with the Junior Horse of the Year going to Mankota’s Kassidy Williamson’s horse Cutter.
Awards are presented for top point getters for the year, before the finals rodeo in Martensville.
The rodeo finals in Martensville wrap up a series of 10 high school rodeos that are held throughout the province. This is the last chance for cowboys and cowgirls to pick up a win and add to their yearlong totals in hopes of advancing to the National Finals in Rock Springs Wyoming and the Canadians in Virden, Manitoba.
SHSRA - OK Corral - June 7-10, 2012
Junior High results
Winners were declared by the average of three runs at the finals rodeo in Martensville
Zane Marcenko, from Rockglen, picked up the win in Goat Tying. He also placed second in the Boys Breakaway.
Jaclyn finished second in Barrel Racing and fourth in Ribbon Roping.
Kassidy Williamson, from Mankota, placed first in Breakaway and third in Barrels.
Tyson Thue got fourth in Goat Tying and Bull Riding.
Brady Resch, from Maple Creek/Coronach, pulled down a first place win in Chute Dogging, along with a fourth in Breakaway and a fifth in Bull Riding.
Rockglen cowboy, Maclin Anderson, got a third in Chute Dogging and a first place finish in Team Roping with partner Logan Delinte from Wolseley, Sk.
Placement in the year end rodeo is determined by their top 9 finishes in the 10 rodeos. The Year End rodeo adds points to their totals to determine who advances to Canadian and National Finals. Top four advance.
Year End Results
These cowboys and cowgirls competed in a number of events. The following is only their finishes in the Top 4.
Jaclyn Noll had a first place finish in Goat Tying and picked up a second place in Barrels, Breakaway and Ribbon Roping.
Kassidy Williamson wrapped up first place in Breakaway, with a second place finish in Goat Tying.
Bailey Briere, from Mankota, finished up the year in fourth place in Ribbon Roping.
Zane Marcenko finished up first in Goat Tying and Team Roping, second in Breakaway, third in Ribbon Roping and Chute Dogging
Maclin Anderson tied up a first in Tie Down Roping and Ribbon Roping, second place in Goat Tying, Team Roping and Chute Dogging
Tanner Froshaug grabbed a third in Team Roping and a fourth in Ribbon Roping.
In the High School Division, Rockglen’s, Meg Mulvena wrapped up first place in Goat Tying and placed first in Breakaway.
Brittney Goruick, from Wood Mountain, finished fourth in Poles.
George Marcenko won second place in Tie Down Roping and third place as a heeler in Team Roping.
Other local cowboys and cowgirls that competed over the year:
Brooke Stewart, from Rockglen, competed in the High School Rodeos for six years and wrapped up her SHSRA career in Martensville. Over the year, she competed in Team Roping, Poles, Goat Tying, Breakaway and Barrel Racing.
Riley McClintock, from Wood Mountain, competed in Boys Goat Tying, Team Roping and Breakaway.
Shelby Thue, from Bengough, competed in Barrels and Goat Tying.
Kaci Heagy, from Scout Lake, competed in Barrels, Poles and Goat Tying.
Amanda Schwitzer, from Coronach, was in Barrels.
Kayla Erskine, from Assiniboia, competed in Poles.
Shyla Froshaug, from Minton, tried her hand in Breakaway Roping and Poles.