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Postby point/center » Sat Jun 16, 2007 1:37 am

State High School finals rodeo is going on this weekend in Bowman, any report would be appreciated...at least by me:D
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Postby justbecause » Tue Jun 19, 2007 11:54 am

Bismarck Tribune has an article in today's sports section on the results.  The one who caught my eye was Century High School basketball and volleyball player "Courtney Fettig" who won the Breakaway Roping event.
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Postby Carl08 » Tue Jun 19, 2007 12:12 pm

I had always heard she was into rodeo...talk about well rounded!
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Postby point/center » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:37 am

STATE FINALS

Bismarck's Tucker Zingg claimed the boys all-around title and Marshall Hali Gjermundson was the girls all-around winner at the high school state finals rodeo.

Zingg placed first in bull riding, third in bareback and fifth in saddle bronc. Gjermundson was second in barrel racing and girls cow cutting, sixth in team roping and seventh in breakaway roping.

Bismarck's Courtney Fettig placed first in breakaway roping and Mandan's Ty Breuer was first in bareback.

All-around boys:1. Tucker Zingg, Bismarck. 2. Drew Gartner, Killdeer.

All-around girls:1. Hali Gjermundson, Marshall. 2. Bobbi Grann, Sheyenne.

Bareback riding:1. Ty Breuer, Mandan, 199. 2. Garrett Grossman, Upham, 61. 3. Tucker Zingg, Bismarck, 60.

Barrel racing:1. Whitney Sprunk, Wheatland, 53.659. 2. Hali Gjermundson, Marshall, 53.917. 3. Bobbie Jo Miller, Menoken, 54.092. 4. Jori Gjermundson, Marshall, 54.661. 5. Katelyn Fitzgerald, Granville, 54.944. 6. Skeeter Brooks, Bowman, 59.123. 7. Kinsey Warner, Pembina, 59.322. 8. Jessica Bauske, Ray, 59.939. 9. Tess Haugen, Alexander, 60.063. 10. Brookelle Christman, Mandan, 60.733.

Boys cow cutting:1. Zachary Bahm, Minot, 426. 2. Drew Gartner, Killdeer, 404. 3. Austin Visser, Spiritwood, 401. 4. Layne Carson, Grassy Butte, 400. 5. Jake Bauman, Linton, 393. 6. Clay Brinkman, Golden Valley, 62.

Breakaway roping:1. Courtney Fettig, Bismarck, 14.770. 2. Jessica Bauske, Ray, 18.130. 3. Lacey Rixen, Richardton, 22.580. 4. Tess Haugen, Alexander, 25.090. 5. Carly Backhaus, Bismarck, 41.120. 6. Kailey Appledoorn, Gladstone, 60.280. 7. Hali Gjermundson, Marshall, 62.750. 8, Casey Johnson, Mandan, 77.010. 9. Mamie Kieson, Watford City, 81.000. 10. Katelyn Fitzgerald, Granville, 95.240.

Calf roping:1. Joshua Pochant, Coleharbor, 38.260. 2. Shannon Fettig, Kintyre, 39.310. 3. Austin Visser, Spiritwood, 43.870. 4. Caleb Strecker, Washburn, 48.900. 5. Dustin Entzel, Killdeer, 52.460. 6. Drew Gartner, Killdeer, 55.930. 7. Ben Grann, Sheyenne, 72.610. 8. John Pfaff, Jamestown, 77.610. 9. Layne Carson, Grassy Butte, 78.080. 10. Wayde Eckroth, Flasher, 85.460.

Girls cow cutting:1. Vanessa Hardy,Williston, 419. 2. Hali Gjermundson, Marshall, 417. 3. Tess Haugen, Alexander, 416. 4. Maren Larson, 415.5. 5. Rebecca Chase, Hazen, 411.5. 6. Barbra Gullickson, Halliday, 393. 7. Jori Gjermundson, Marshall, 381.

Goat tying:1. Bobbi Grann, Sheyenne, 24.610. 2. Courtney Sletten, Hatton, 24.900. 3. Laura Waldo, Warwick, 29.170. 4. Whitney Eckroth, Flasher, 29.340. 5. Chelsey Johnson, Mandan, 29.670. 6. Hailey Schaper, Grassy Butte, 31.120. 7. Kirsten Peterson, Velva, 31.960. 8. Kayla Johnson, Bismarck, 33.010. 9. Carly Backhaus, Bismarck, 36.760. 10. Jessica Bauske, Ray, 44.170.

Pole bending:1. Bobbi Grann, Sheyenne, 64.229. 2. Megan Torpen, Bowman, 65.616. 3. Emily White, Des Lacs, 69.399. 4. BobbiJo Miller,Menoken, 70.273. 5. Courtney Sletten, Hatton, 71.783. 6. Amanda Hilzendeger, Napoleon, 72.709. 7. Jori Gjermundson, Marshall, 74.021. 8. Kayla Reis, Turtle Lake, 78.305. 9. Steph Arthaud, Dickinson, 80.180. 10.Katie Fairfield, Valley City, 86.454.

Saddle bronc: 1. Matt Schlegel, Bowdon, 181. 2. Riley Knoll, Mandan, 167. 3. Trell Shypkoski, Belfield, 117. 4. Cash Johnson, Watford City, 5. Tucker Zingg, Bismarck, 59.

Steer wrestling: 1. Bronc Pippert, Sidney, 17.500. 2. Seth Jorgenson, Williston, 18.650. 3. J.W. Lorenz, Stanton, 18.980. 4. Zachary Bahm, Minot, 34.280. 5. Layne Carson, Grassy Butte, 38.100. 6. Ben Grann, Sheyenne, 61.670. 7. Dylan Hennessy, Des Lacs, 85.060. 8. Chase Peterson, Des Lacs, 85.340. 9. Austin Visser, Spiritwood, 95.210. 10. Charlie Pennington, Sidney, 95.880.

Team roping:1. Chase Peterson, Des Lacs, and Dusty Rixen, Richardton, 27.170. 2. Shannon Fettig, Kintyre, and Dusty Schirado, Menoken, 65.940. 3. Dylan Hennessy,Des Lacs, and Jesse Azure, Menoken, 67.980. 4. Bronc Pippert, Sidney, and J.W. Lorenz, Stanton, 80.280. 5. Chance Rosencrans, Selfridge, and Jesse Fredrickson, Updham, 94.090. 6. Drew Gartner, Killdeer, and Hali Gjermundson, Marshall, 96.940. 7. Derek Weinreis-Travis Weinreis, Sentinel Butte, 97.440. 8. Tanner Wznick, Cavalier, and Patrick Monson, Bottineau, 97.800. 9. Layne Carson,Grassy Butte, and DustinEntzel, Killdeer, 98.120. 10. Tyler Pabst, Bismarck, and Logan Siefert, Scranton, 98.770.
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Postby baller01 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 12:59 pm

justbecause wrote:Bismarck Tribune has an article in today's sports section on the results.  The one who caught my eye was Century High School basketball and volleyball player "Courtney Fettig" who won the Breakaway Roping event.

Just a little family ties for all of you if you care. Courtney Fettig is also the cousin to Samantha Fettig of Braddock and Shannon Fettig of Napoleon. Both of which also compete.
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Postby bballer2 » Wed Jun 20, 2007 7:48 pm

i was[user=1515]baller01[/user] wrote:
justbecause wrote:Bismarck Tribune has an article in today's sports section on the results.  The one who caught my eye was Century High School basketball and volleyball player "Courtney Fettig" who won the Breakaway Roping event.

Just a little family ties for all of you if you care. Courtney Fettig is also the cousin to Samantha Fettig of Braddock and Shannon Fettig of Napoleon. Both of which also compete.

well thank you for that baller01... i feel so much better after hearing that lol... just playin man...
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Postby point/center » Thu Jun 21, 2007 12:35 am

I do appreciate the rodeo connections. It's interesting how much cross-over between mainstream athletics and rodeo there is.
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Postby baller01 » Thu Jun 21, 2007 8:40 am

Take that bballer2. PC likes hearing family connections. PC...Going to the Strasburg Rodeo this weekend?
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Postby project-pat » Thu Jun 21, 2007 9:12 am

I'm pretty disappointed in myself...being a bowman citizen, I did not attend any of the rodeo festivities besides the dances haha, well there's always next year.
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Postby point/center » Fri Jun 22, 2007 3:22 am

baller01 wrote:Take that bballer2. PC likes hearing family connections. PC...Going to the Strasburg Rodeo this weekend?

I'll be at the Velva rodeo. how about you?
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Postby baller01 » Fri Jun 22, 2007 7:41 am

point/center wrote:
baller01 wrote:Take that bballer2. PC likes hearing family connections. PC...Going to the Strasburg Rodeo this weekend?

I'll be at the Velva rodeo. how about you?

You are kidding me...C'mon. You can't miss the Strasburg rodeo. It's like the highlight of the summer down south, haha. I'm tellin ya PC, come to the rodeo, bring your wife(or girlfried or just a friend) have a good 'ol time at the rodeo, and then kick back and have a great time at the Strasburg street dance. I'm tellin ya PC, you're missin out.
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