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Stroh now fifth in saddle bronc riding after second go at NHSFR

GILLETTE, Wyo. -- Dickinson's Qwint Stroh turned in a 69-point ride in his second go of the saddle bronc riding during Friday morning's performance at the National High School Finals Rodeo.Stroh now sports a combined score of 139 points, which pl...

GILLETTE, Wyo. - Dickinson’s Qwint Stroh turned in a 69-point ride in his second go of the saddle bronc riding during Friday morning’s performance at the National High School Finals Rodeo.
Stroh now sports a combined score of 139 points, which places him fifth in the overall standings through Friday morning. Results from Friday evening’s performance were not available at press time.
Also in the saddle bronc, Keenan Kvamme, of Carrington, recorded a ride of 43 points in his first go on Thursday evening. He sits in a tie for 42nd overall.
Richardton’s Brendan Butterfield earned 63 points in his second go of the boys cow cutting Friday morning, giving him a total of 191, which places him 40th overall.
Mandan’s Bailey Berg placed fourth in Thursday evening’s performance in the breakaway roping with a time of 3.26 seconds. She now has a combined score of 7.18 seconds, which is 24th overall.
In the barrel racing on Thursday, Karlee Kalberer, of Hazelton, placed eighth with a run of 17.527 seconds, and Moran Kersten, of Kramer, was 17th in 18.108 seconds. They now sit 38th and 46th overall, respectively.
Claire Graner, of Huff, completed her second run in the pole bending on Friday in 20.475 seconds, giving her a total time of 41.752 seconds, which currently stands 20th.
Hunter Sandstrom, of Ray, completed his first go in the tie down roping on Friday in 20.44 seconds, which places him 98th overall.

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