2011 20X Extreme High School rodeo showcase is planned for Jan. 30
An extreme showcase of South Dakota’s finest high school cowboys and cowgirls is exactly what you will find if you make your way to the Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo, held at the Rapid City Civic Center on Jan. 30, at 1:00 p.m.
One hundred and seventeen top high school rodeo athletes will be geared up and ready to go as they get an opportunity to showcase their rodeo talents during the 9th Annual 20X Extreme Showcase. South Dakota has four regions of high school rodeo contestants. The top three cowboys and cowgirls from each region in each event, based on points after the State Finals, are invited to compete in this exclusive rodeo event.
Each contestant receives a Wrangler 20X shirt and a Wrangler jeans gift certificate. Event winners receive a trophy buckle made and sponsored by Maynard Buckles. Four $500 scholarships are available for senior contestants, one from Wrangler, two from the Black Hills Stock Show Foundation and one from the South Dakota Buckaroos.
The 20X Extreme College Fair will be held from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the south end of the arena. This is a great opportunity for contestants to visit with NIRA rodeo coaches from South Dakota, North Dakota, Iowa, Oklahoma and Wyoming.
The 20X Extreme Showcase is an opportunity to see some of the best young rodeo talent South Dakota has to offer, matched up against top stock, competing in the Black Hills Stock Show Rodeo venue. Combine this with the top contract personnel in the PRCA, and fans are sure to receive an afternoon of pure rodeo entertainment.
Ticket information is available at http://www.gotmine.com or by calling 1-800-GOT-MINE.
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