Payton Scoville of Coronation takes part in the pole-bending competition during the D2 High School rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Payton Scoville of Coronation takes part in the pole-bending competition during the D2 High School rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: The D2 Stettler High School Rodeo was held Aug. 29th and 30th

Youth from several communities across the region took part in the event

Got him! Bobbi Henderson of Alix gets her calf during the Breakaway Roping event at the D2 Alberta High School Rodeo association rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Payton Scoville of Coronation takes part in the pole-bending competition during the D2 High School rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Charlee Resch of Stettler takes place in the Poles competition during the High School Rodeo held in Stettler Aug. 29th and 30th. She completed the slolom circuit in 22.85 seconds, plus a five-second penalty due to knocking down a pole. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Harleigh Henderson of Alix turns herself around turning the Poles competition during High School Rodeo action on Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Taylor Cholach of Botha competes in the High School Rodeo Association D 2 Rodeo in Stettler on Aug. 29th and 30th.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Bobbi Henderson of Alix ties her goat in a blistering 9.2 secnds, all part of Alber High School Rodeo action held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Tegan Potras of Ponoka gets her goat, with a time of 10.2 seconds, all part of Alberta High School Rodeo Association action on Aug. 29 and 30 in Stettler.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

The colour guard presents the various rodeo flags during a cermony to start the D2 High School Rodeo in Stettler over the Aug. 29th and 30th weekend. The Canadian Flag was carried by Alberta High School Rodeo Queen Traci Edmondson of Red Deer County.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Stettler’s own Charlee Resch takes part in the breakaway roping event during the D2 Stettler High School Rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th. Resch’s time was 4.1 seconds for the run.

Kevin J. Sabo photo

Youth from several communities across the region took part in the event

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Charlee Resch of Stettler takes place in the Poles competition during the High School Rodeo held in Stettler Aug. 29th and 30th. She completed the slolom circuit in 22.85 seconds, plus a five-second penalty due to knocking down a pole. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Charlee Resch of Stettler takes place in the Poles competition during the High School Rodeo held in Stettler Aug. 29th and 30th. She completed the slolom circuit in 22.85 seconds, plus a five-second penalty due to knocking down a pole. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Harleigh Henderson of Alix turns herself around turning the Poles competition during High School Rodeo action on Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Harleigh Henderson of Alix turns herself around turning the Poles competition during High School Rodeo action on Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Stettler’s own Charlee Resch takes part in the breakaway roping event during the D2 Stettler High School Rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th. Resch’s time was 4.1 seconds for the run.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Stettler’s own Charlee Resch takes part in the breakaway roping event during the D2 Stettler High School Rodeo held Aug. 29th and 30th. Resch’s time was 4.1 seconds for the run. Kevin J. Sabo photo

PHOTOS: The D2 Stettler High School Rodeo was held Aug. 29th and 30th

The colour guard presents the various rodeo flags during a cermony to start the D2 High School Rodeo in Stettler over the Aug. 29th and 30th weekend. The Canadian Flag was carried by Alberta High School Rodeo Queen Traci Edmondson of Red Deer County.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

The colour guard presents the various rodeo flags during a cermony to start the D2 High School Rodeo in Stettler over the Aug. 29th and 30th weekend. The Canadian Flag was carried by Alberta High School Rodeo Queen Traci Edmondson of Red Deer County. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Tegan Potras of Ponoka gets her goat, with a time of 10.2 seconds, all part of Alberta High School Rodeo Association action on Aug. 29 and 30 in Stettler.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Tegan Potras of Ponoka gets her goat, with a time of 10.2 seconds, all part of Alberta High School Rodeo Association action on Aug. 29 and 30 in Stettler. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo                                Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds. Kevin J. Sabo photo Making a tight turn! Payton Scoville of Coronation runs the barrel racing circuit with a time of 16.645 seconds. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Bobbi Henderson of Alix ties her goat in a blistering 9.2 secnds, all part of Alber High School Rodeo action held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Bobbi Henderson of Alix ties her goat in a blistering 9.2 secnds, all part of Alber High School Rodeo action held Aug. 29th and 30th in Stettler. Kevin J. Sabo photo

Taylor Cholach of Botha competes in the High School Rodeo Association D 2 Rodeo in Stettler on Aug. 29th and 30th.                                Kevin J. Sabo photo

Taylor Cholach of Botha competes in the High School Rodeo Association D 2 Rodeo in Stettler on Aug. 29th and 30th. Kevin J. Sabo photo

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