The National High School Finals Rodeo moved along yesterday in Lincoln, Nebraska. On the ladies' side, Ashlyn Goven from Rozet leads the barrel racing in the first go-round with a time of  17.494. Maddie Fantaskey of Worland running 2nd in the reined cow horse with 291.5 and 18th in the girls cutting with 140. Rozlyn Herren of Gillette posted a 7.94 so that put her in 4th in the go-round of the goat tying. In the breakaway roping, Mercati Martin of Evanston, who competes for Utah had a 2.55 which is good enough for 4th in the round. In the team standings, the Wyoming girls are in 8th place.
For the boys, Kall Mayfield of Midwest had a 7.25 in the steer wrestling so is sitting in 14th place. Team ropers Teagan Bentley and Mason Trollinger of Casper are in 4th after a run of 7.21 on Monday. Buffalo's  Cody Johnson and Jade Espenscheid of Big Piney are 20th with a time of 12.01. Jaspur Brower of Big Piney is currently 22nd in the bareback with a 53 in the first go-round while Gillettes Stratton Kohr is 10th in the tie-down roping with a first-round time of 11.69. Joe Hayden of Gillette is 11th in the boys cutting with 138. The Wyoming boys team is in 6th place overall and the National Finals continues all week in Lincoln with 2 performances per day and the finals on Saturday.

Joan Snyder Mitchell
Townsquare Media
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