National junior rodeo finals continue today

Korbin Mills, Cashlyn Callison and Fallon Jones are in Huron, South Dakota this week representing Northern B.C. at the 2019 National High School Rodeo Finals. The rodeo began yesterday, June 23, and will continue until Saturday, June 29. 

The second go was held today, and events will resume tonight for the third go. Mills is the first to record a time of the trio, finishing 18th in his group in goat tying this morning with a time of 15.27 seconds. He had a breakaway roping run yesterday but didn't record a time. 

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Jones has had a tough start to the week, as she was unable to record a time in goat tying yesterday and breakaway roping this morning. 

Mills will have his first chute dogging run of the week at tonight's session. Callison will have her first run tonight in pole bending. Mills will have his first team roping tomorrow, as will the team of Callison and Jones. 

Mills is also competing in ribbon roping (with Jones), and Jones is competing in pole bending as well. 

Go to the NHSRA site to see results and a schedule for the rest of the week.

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

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