B.C. High School Rodeo champions

The High School Rodeo of B.C. announced the B.C. rodeo champions on June 19, despite the provincial rodeo finals not taking place. Here are the North Region winners of each event for both the senior high and junior high divisions, as well as leadership and horse of the year awards.


Senior High Rodeo

All Around Cowgirl: Fallon Jones
All Around Cowboy: Zane Jones

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Rookie Cowgirl: Fallon Jones
Rookie Cowboy: Wyatt Simmons 

Barrel Racing: Rachel Moat
Goat Tying: Lauren Konashuk
Queen Event: Artaysha Studley
Breakaway Roping: Rylie Bondaroff
Team Roping: Rylie Bondaroff, Tyler Pederson
Tie-Down Roping: Wyatte Copeland
Steer Wrestling: Zane Jones,  Tyler Pederson
Saddle Bronc: Zane Jones
Bareback: Spencer Lewis
Girls Cutting: Payden Hinton
Boys Cutting: Wyatte Copeland
Reined Cow Horse: Rachel Moat
Pole Bending: Aspen Wollen

AQHA Horse of the Year: Cash James, Light Lee Toasted
Cinch Leadership Team: Samuel Smith

Junior High Rodeo

All Around Cowgirl: Kerri Moat
All Around Cowboy: Korbin Mills

Rookie Cowgirl: Kaelyn Jones
Rookie Cowboy: Colton Pearson

Barrel Racing: Cashlyn Callison
Chute Dogging: Korbin Mills
Girls Goat Tying: Kerri Moat
Boys Goat Tying: Wyatt Bondaroff
Girls Breakaway Roping: Shelby Corr
Boys Breakaway Roping: Danny Jones
Team Roping: Korbin Mills, Wyatt Bondaroff
Tie-Down Roping: Korbin Mills
Saddle Bronc: Danny Jones
Junior Bull Riding: Mavrik Studley
Bareback: Tristan Busson, Colton Pearson, Mavrik Studley
Ribbon Roper: Korbin Mills
Ribbon Runner: Shelby Corr
Pole Bending: Cashlyn Callison

AQHA Horse of the Year: Korbi Mills, BB Bailey Hancock
Cinch Leadership Team: Ethan Nelson

Email sports reporter Dillon Giancola at sports@ahnfsj.ca

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