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Sundell sets arena record in Walla Walla Frontier Days

Iowa saddle bronc rider Wade Sundell won the Walla Walla (WA) Frontier Days Rodeo with an 86-point ride on Western Rodeo’s Pine Ridge that broke the arena record of 85 set by Scott Johnston in 1997 and equaled by Heith DeMoss in 2008. Sundell also won the Magic Valley Stampede in Filer, ID, and won a round at the Ellensburg (WA) Rodeo to finish the weekend with earnings of $7,564 to open his lead over second-place Cort Scheer to more than $17,000 in the world standings.

Sundell sprained and bruised his right (riding) elbow in the short round at Ellensburg, but intends to compete this week at Fort Madison, IA and at the Justin Boots Playoffs in Puyallup, WA. Matt Shiozawa of Chubbuck, ID, won the Walla Walla tie-down roping two-head average in 16.7 seconds, equaling the arena record set by Fred Whitfield in 2002.

Iowa saddle bronc rider Wade Sundell won the Walla Walla (WA) Frontier Days Rodeo with an 86-point ride on Western Rodeo’s Pine Ridge that broke the arena record of 85 set by Scott Johnston in 1997 and equaled by Heith DeMoss in 2008. Sundell also won the Magic Valley Stampede in Filer, ID, and won a round at the Ellensburg (WA) Rodeo to finish the weekend with earnings of $7,564 to open his lead over second-place Cort Scheer to more than $17,000 in the world standings.



Sundell sprained and bruised his right (riding) elbow in the short round at Ellensburg, but intends to compete this week at Fort Madison, IA and at the Justin Boots Playoffs in Puyallup, WA. Matt Shiozawa of Chubbuck, ID, won the Walla Walla tie-down roping two-head average in 16.7 seconds, equaling the arena record set by Fred Whitfield in 2002.


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