Jake Watson second, Stephen Culling fourth at Calgary Stampede

Jake Watson and Stephen Culling had top five finishes at the Calgary Stampede.

Jake Watson took second place in his saddle bronc pool, while Culling finished fourth in steer wrestling.

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Watson, of Hudson’s Hope, finished his fourth performance Monday afternoon with a score of 84.50, solidfying him at second with aggregate earnings of $12,500. Watson scored rides of 85.50 on Friday, and 83 and 87.50 on Saturday and Sunday.

Culling, of Fort St. John, finished Monday with a time of 4.3, good for fifth, and knocking him from third to fourth place overall. His aggregate earnings were $8,500. Culling timed 5.4 on Friday, 14.0 on Saturday, and 3.9 on Sunday.

Pouce Coupe steer wrestler Clayton Moore finished second today with a time of 3.8. Moore timed 4.7 on Saturday, with no times on Friday or Sunday. He finished ninth overall, with aggregate earnings of $4,500.

Pool B competitions start July 9 and run through July 12.

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

Stephen Culling at the 2019 Calgary Stampede. - Calgary Stampede
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