Stettler and area contestants qualify for the AHSR junior division provincial

The Alberta High School Rodeo junior division provincial will be held from Friday to Sunday, May 26 to 28 at the Olds agricultural grounds.

With the Alberta High School Rodeo (AHSR) junior division provincial being held from Friday to Sunday, May 26 to 28 at the Olds agricultural grounds, the competition will see a lot of Stettler and area contestants participating.

Central Alberta is considered District 2 and has the top 12 competitors from each event heading there.

Here’s a list of all our local cowboys and cowgirls who qualified.

Among the boys, are Randon Ross, who has also won the Boys’ All Around. He will be competing in breakaway roping, chute dogging, goat tying, team roping as header, and ribbon roping. He has also qualified, but will not be competing in the saddle bronc steer riding, and the tie-down roping.

Denim Ross won the Boys’ Rookie of Year. He will be participating in breakaway roping, chute dogging, goat tying, team roping as heeler, and ribbon roping. He has also qualified but will not be competing in the tie-down roping.

JD Thorsteinson will be participating in breakaway roping, goat tying and team roping as heeler.

Owen Schauer will be competing in breakaway roping, chute dogging, goat tying and team roping as heeler.

Chase Skocdopole will be competing in chute dogging, goat tying, team roping as header, ribbon roping and tie-down roping.

Landon Warren will be competing in goat tying, team roping as header, ribbon roping and tie-down roping.

Trey Erion will be competing in goat tying, team roping as header, and tie-down roping.

Coy Skocdopole will compete in tie-down roping.

Among the girls are, Taylor Cholach, who will be competing in barrel racing, breakaway roping, goat tying, pole bending and ribbon roping.

Gabby Heck will be competing in goat tying.

Tess Thurston will be competing in breakaway roping and goat tying.

Charlee Resch will be competing in breakaway roping and ribbon roping.

 

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