Annual gymkhana keeps growing

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JULIE BERTRAND/Independent reporter

The eighth annual Wade Buchwitz Memorial Gymkhana was held in Endiang on Canada Day with 122 entries in the competitions, which was ups from last year’s total of 94.

According to Twila Buchwitz, hundreds of people came out to watch the gymkhana and the fireworks show held after.

The tinymite high point was Connor Nixon.

The peewee high point winner was Mikenna Schauer.

The junior high point winner was Jaycee Murray.

The senior high point winner was Darcy Erion.

Complete results are as follows:

1st team penning: Wanda Peterson, Colt Peterson and Dexter Dedora

2nd team penning: Jason Turre, Carson Rock and Darcy Erion

3rd team penning: Charla Humphrey, Bev Mailer and Jill Barron

Tinymite pole bending: 1. Jayna Weatherly 2. Connor Nixon 3. Owen Schauer

Peewee poles: 1. Mikenna Schauer 2. Hallie Sunstrum 3. Taylor Cholach

Junior poles: 1. Cassidy Clark 2. Jaycee Murray 3. Madelyn Schauer

Senior poles: 1. Lindsey Gelech 2. Kaylee Mohl 3. Kristina Kobi

Senior breakaway: 1. Darcy Erion 2. Clay Brower 3. Melissa Grover

Tinymite barrels: 1. Connor Nixon 2. Owen Schauer 3. Jayna Weatherly and Jorgie Campbell

Peewee barrels: 1. Mikenna Schauer 2. Hallie Sunstrum 3. Tori Brower

Junior barrels: 1. Cassidy Clark 2. Jaycee Murray 3. Ashley Cooper

Senior barrels: 1. Kim Cooper 2. Wanda Peterson 3. Kristina Kobi

Junior goat tying: 1. Cassidy Clark 2. Stephanie Gladdish 3. Jaycee Murray

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