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North Dakota boys 18th, girls 25th at conclusion of NHSFR

GILLETTE, Wyo. -- On the final day of the National High School Finals Rodeo, Carrington's Bridger Anderson had the fastest go in the steer wrestling with a time of 3.56 seconds, making his overall combined score sit at 14.06 seconds, which was th...

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GILLETTE, Wyo. - On the final day of the National High School Finals Rodeo, Carrington’s Bridger Anderson had the fastest go in the steer wrestling with a time of 3.56 seconds, making his overall combined score sit at 14.06 seconds, which was third overall.
Dickinson’s Qwint Stroh ended his time at the national finals with the 11th-best combined score in the saddle bronc riding, with 139 points, but the championship went to Sage Newman of Melstone, Mont., who had the most points (239) and the best ride of the event (83).
Minot’s Seth Peterson had the 17th-best combined time in the tie down roping (23.03 seconds), but he did not factor into the finals.
Baldwin’s Cara Hilzendeger finished with the 18th-best goat tying score (16.52 seconds).
North Dakota cowgirls combined for 460 points, which placed them 25th among all states appearing at the national finals. Utah won the girls division with 3,420 points.
North Dakota’s cowboys amassed 1,205 total points for 18th place. The Texas boys took first with 6,161.66 points.
Late results from Friday at the NHSFR include Brendan Butterfield, of Richardton, and Tyler Kress, of Bismarck, making their second go in the team roping in 24.13 seconds.

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