Richardton's Dalton Rixen wins saddle bronc riding performance at NHSFRROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — Dalton Rixen has put himself in position to reach the short round of the National High School Finals Rodeo.
ROCK SPRINGS, Wyo. — Dalton Rixen has put himself in position to reach the short round of the National High School Finals Rodeo.
The Richardton cowboy won the Tuesday morning performance with a 71-point ride, putting him second in the overall first-round standings after the performance. Tuesday evening’s saddle bronc performance was not finished when The Press was published.
Utah’s Rusty Wright leads the rodeo with an 82. Wright is the son of world champion bronc rider Cody Wright.
Mandan’s Logan Berg was third in Tuesday morning’s bareback riding performance with a 64. It put him 14th in the first-round standings.
Lexus Kelsch, the state barrel racing champion who resides in McLaughlin, S.D., was third in the Tuesday night performance at 17.73 seconds.
National High School Finals Rodeo
At Sweetwater Events Complex, Rock Springs, Wyo.
Monday evening performance
Barrel racing: 8, Ahnna Peterson, Velva, 18.175.
Tuesday morning performance
Bareback riding: 3, Logan Berg, Mandan, 64.
Boys cow cutting: 5, Riley Rustad, Kindred, 211
Girls cow cutting: 10, Mikaela Miller, Bismarck, 199.
Saddle bronc riding: 1, Dalton Rixen, Richardton, 71.
No time/score: Calby Hanson, Jamestown, breakaway roping; Anna Iverson, Beulah, pole bending; Kelby Indergard, Sidney, Mont., and Rory Irwin, Alexander, team roping; Zach Johnson, Minnewaukan, steer wrestling;
Tuesday evening performance
Barrel racing: 3, Lexus Kelsch, McLaughlin, S.D., 17.73.
Breakaway roping: 8, Jordyn Schaefer, Des Lacs, 4.86.
Steer wrestling: 10, Justice Johnson, Bismarck, 12.01.
Tie-down roping: 12, Chase Lako, Arthur, 18.0.
No time/score: Camren Decoteau, Halliday, bull riding.
Late: Wyatt Bice, Killdeer, saddle bronc riding; Jake Herman, Halliday, boys cow cutting.