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2010 Last Round-Up rodeo results

The Last Round-Up rodeo was held in Oelrichs, SD, Sept. 11-12. Here are the results:

Bareback riding: 1. Dru Wilking, Hartford, SD, 78, $267.72; 2. Dustin Luper, Provo, SD, 76, $200.79; 3. Mark Kenyon, Hayti, SD, 71, $133.86; 4. Ryan Burkinshaw, Rapid City, SD, 56, $69.93.

Barrel racing: 1. Gale Beebe, Custer, SD, 16.54, $410.70; 2. Debbie Bloxom, College Station, TX, 16.78, $339.89; 3. Wanda Brown, Edgemont, SD, 16.91, $269.08; 4. Jaymi Meeks, Belle Fourche, SD, 16.93, $198.27; 5. Jody Marone, Chamberlain, SD, 17.32, $127.46; 6. Tonya Hermann, Whitewood, SD, 17.01, $70.81.

Bull riding: 1. Jason Hunsaker, Hermosa, SD, 80, $430.39; 2. (tie) Travis Schroth, Buffalo Gap, SD and Joey Koupal, Dante, SD, 77, $319.08; 4. Taygen Schuelke, Mud Butte, SD, 76, $207.77; 5. Kevin Hunter, Kyle, SD, 71, $133.57.

Calf roping: 1. Billy Gallino, Wasta, SD, 9.0, $511.97; 2. Scott White, Oelrichs, SD, 9.1, $423.70; 3. Jase Clarke, Wessington, SD, 9.3, $335.43; 4. Deon Dorsey, Isabel, SD, 10.2, $247.16; 5. Owen Fagerhaug, Plankinton, SD, 10.4, $158.89; 6. Jeff Jones, Midland, SD, 10.5, $88.27.

Goat tying: 1. Renee Gropper, Interior, SD, 7.1, $337.56; 2. Nikki Steffes, Vale, SD, 7.2, $281.30; 3. Lacey Tech, Fairfax, SD, 7.3. $225.04; 4. Krystal Marone, Isabel, SD, 7.5, $168.78; 5. Lacey Hewitt, Sheridan, WY, 7.7, $112.52.

Ladies breakaway: 1. (tie) Shannon Fagerhaug, Plankinton, SD and Taylor Shoemaker, Faith, SD, 2.6, $575.79; 3. Sunnie Reeves, Owanka, SD, 3.0, $412.83; 4. Renee Gropper, Interior, SD, 3.2, $304.19; 5. Cati Stanko, Gordon, NE, 3.4, $152.09; 5. Hanna Brown, Faith, SD, 3.4, $152.09.

Mixed team roping: 1. Jana & Paul Griemsman, Piedmont, SD, 8.4, $483.84; 2. (tie) Amy & Paul Tierney, Oral, SD, and Melissa & Brett Wilcox, Red Owl, SD, 8.5, $358.71; 4. Taylor Shoemaker, Faith, SD & Tee Hale, White Owl, SD, 8.6, $233.58; 5. Cassie & Bryce Sigman, Sturgis, SD, 8.8, $150.16; 6. Sunnie Reeves, Owanka, SD & Dalton Richter, Quinn, SD, 8.9, $83.42,

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Chance Anderson, Box Elder, SD, 79, $396.63; 2. Travis Schroth, Buffalo Gap, SD, 75, $328.25; 3. Cole Elshere, Faith, SD, 74, $259.86; 4. OJ Heidler, Opal, SD, 73, $191.48; 5. Travis Nelson, Philip, SD, 72, $123.09; 6. Andrew Clarys, Mandan, ND, 71, $68.39.

Senior men’s breakaway: 1. Dan Nelson, Creighton, SD, 2.6, $478.21; 2. (tie) Chuck Nelson, Hartford, SD and Lennis Fagerhaug, Wessington Springs, SD, 3.1, $354.53; 4. Dave Marone, Chamberlain, SD, 3.3, $230.86; 5. Bryce Sigman, Sturgis, SD, 3.4, $148.41; 6. (tie) Terry Moody, Letcher, SD and JB Lord, Belle Fourche, SD, 3.6, $41.22.

Steer wrestling: 1. Colt Floyd, Buffalo, SD, 4.3, $511.97; 2. Taz Olson, Prairie City, SD, 4.6, $423.70; 3. Jerod Schwarting, White River, SD, 4.8, $335.43; 4. (tie) Tee Burress, Piedmont, SD; Joe Wilson, Kyle, SD; and Troy Wilcox, Red Owl, SD, 5.3, $164.77.

Team roping: 1. Jake Nelson, Quinn, SD & Jeff Nelson, Philip, SD, 5.0, $568.23; 2. (tie) Brent Belkham, Pierre, SD & Elliot Gourneau, Kennebec, SD; Tim & Jade Nelson, Midland, SD, 5.6, $421.27; 4. (tie) Michael McPherson, Piedmont, SD & Bryan McPherson, New Underwood, SD; Troy Wilcox, Red Owl, SD & Tee Hale, White Owl, SD, 6.3, $225.33; 6. JB Lord, Belle Fourche, SD & Tommy Crane, Whitewood, SD, 6.7, $97.97.

Team penning: 1. Steve Klein, Sioux Falls, SD, Mick Varilek, Geddes, SD, John Dean, Platte, SD, 43.0, 351.78; 2. Terry Trower, Rutland, SD, Jim Dunkelburger, Hartford, SD, Chuck Nelson, Hartford, SD, 44.5, $263.84; 3. Larry Dickshot, Rapid City, SD, Troy & Peggy Hayden, Rapid City, SD, 44.6, $175.89; 4. Harold Fischer, Vermillionm, SD, Angie Andal, Volin, SD, Gary Garbe, Alpena, SD, 48.8, $87.95.


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