2018 Halfway River Rodeo results: Randle, Guard, Harris, Leask Jr. are two-day champions

Halfway River First Nation held its biggest rodeo yet in the 18 years of the event. It was a beautiful, cool weekend in the valley for rodeo, with two days of amateur rodeo as well as a gymkhana day and professional bull riding on Friday, August 17. 

Justin Randle, Nicole Guard, Curtis Harris and Mac Leask Jr. all won both days of their respective events. 

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Below are the winners of the event for each day, as well as the winners by average.


Saturday - Justin Randle
Sunday - Justin Randle
Average - Justin Randle

Saddle Bronc
Saturday - Chance Bolin
Sunday - Colton Crook
Average - Chance Bolin

Bull Riding
Saturday - Justin Siemens
Sunday - Denton Spiers
Average - Denton Spiers

Junior Barrels
Saturday - Kali Atkings
Sunday - Shelby Corr
Average - Kali Atkings

Ladies Barrels
Saturday - Nicole Guard
Sunday - Nicole Guard
Average - Nicole Guard

PeeWee Barrels
Saturday - Halle Easthope
Sunday - Brook Kosick
Average - Halle Easthope

Junior Steers 13-16 
Saturday - Taylor Jones
Average - Taylor Jones

Open Breakaway Roping
Saturday - Wade Roberts
Sunday - Sam Smith
Average - Wade Roberts

Open Cow Riding
Saturday - Curtis Harris
Sunday - Curtis Harris
Average - Curtis Harris

Darlene Field Memorial Cow Riding
Saturday - Moria Serle

Steer Wrestling
Saturday - Mac Leask Jr.
Sunday - Mac Leask Jr. 
Average - Mac Leask Jr.

Tie Down Roping
Saturday - Ben Jackson
Sunday - Ingram Pederson
Average - Ben Jackson

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca.

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