High School Rodeo Starts Spring Run in Laramie [AUDIO]
It's been a long winter break from last September to now, but high school rodeo continues its' season with a stop in Laramie this weekend.
The spring run to the state finals starts with two days of action at the Cliff and Martha Hansen Livestock Teaching Arena on Highway 230 Saturday and Sunday.
Slack will start at 9 a.m. both days and is free to watch. There is a performance Saturday at 7 p.m. Admission to that is $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12.
Laramie High School rodeo club members Blare Romsa and Glen Gardner stopped by 'Laramie Live on KOWB' to fill us in on all the details of this weekend's home rodeo, how their seasons are going and more.
Romsa, a National High School Finals Rodeo qualifier, is currently leading the state in the steer wrestling standings with 40 points. His lead is only five points.
Wyoming's high school rodeo season began last fall with stops in Jackson, Lander and Wheatland. Laramie is the first of nine stops this spring before the State Finals in Douglas, June 10-13