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Farm Credit Services of America issues challenge high school rodeo competitors

An exciting challenge has been issued by Farm Credit Services of America to the 20X Extreme High School Rodeo Team.

When the team members compete in the 2011 20X Extreme High School Rodeo at the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo in Rapid City, SD on Jan. 30, they will be competing for much more than the first place buckle. If they can meet or exceed the set challenge scores, they can win, for their national team, $100 for each of the 10 scheduled events, totaling $1,000.

This money will be donated by Farm Credit Services of America to the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association (SDHSRA) to be used by the National Team members for travel expenses at the 2011 National High School Rodeo Finals.

“The Farm Credit Services 20X Extreme Challenge is a very generous contribution to South Dakota’s best rodeo athletes, and it will add additional excitement to the already thrilling Rodeo,” according to Ann Sundermann, Executive Secretary of SDHSRA.

After reviewing the records from the past four years of 20X Extreme Rodeo performances, the time or marking that has been set would have been reached in each event 50 percent of the time. Here are the markings that would need to be met or exceeded for the SDHSRA to obtain the funds.

An exciting challenge has been issued by Farm Credit Services of America to the 20X Extreme High School Rodeo Team.

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When the team members compete in the 2011 20X Extreme High School Rodeo at the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo in Rapid City, SD on Jan. 30, they will be competing for much more than the first place buckle. If they can meet or exceed the set challenge scores, they can win, for their national team, $100 for each of the 10 scheduled events, totaling $1,000.

This money will be donated by Farm Credit Services of America to the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association (SDHSRA) to be used by the National Team members for travel expenses at the 2011 National High School Rodeo Finals.

“The Farm Credit Services 20X Extreme Challenge is a very generous contribution to South Dakota’s best rodeo athletes, and it will add additional excitement to the already thrilling Rodeo,” according to Ann Sundermann, Executive Secretary of SDHSRA.

After reviewing the records from the past four years of 20X Extreme Rodeo performances, the time or marking that has been set would have been reached in each event 50 percent of the time. Here are the markings that would need to be met or exceeded for the SDHSRA to obtain the funds.

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