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Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII Full Results

Full list of champions from the Cinch USTRC National Finals XXXII, brought to you by Resistol.

The Cinch USTRC National Finals XXXII, in its second year being held in Fort Worth, Texas, runs from April 26 through May 2 at the Will Rogers Memorial Event Center. Here you will find results from the Gold Buckle Beer Open Roping on down to the #7 Championships. One lucky lady will be awarded the Cinch Ladies High Money award, team roping young guns will be crowned YETI Jr. Open Champions and the high point roper in the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping will drive home with a USTRC National Finals XXXII wrapped RAM truck. You can find all the CINCH USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII updates right here, brought to you by Resistol

Gold Buckle Beer Open 

Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord roping in the Gold Buckle Beer Open at the Cinch USTRC NFTR XXXII in the John Justin Arena.

Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord roping in the Gold Buckle Beer Open at the Cinch USTRC NFTR XXXII in the John Justin Arena.

Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord, who rope as second partners, won the Gold Buckle Beer Open at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping with a time of 34.24 seconds on five head, worth $50,620.

Full Results: 

  1. Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord, 34.24 seconds on five head, worth $50,620
  2. Clay Tryan and Jake Long, 35.15 seconds on five head, worth $35,280
  3. Andrew Ward and Kollin VonAhn, 35.56 seconds on five head, worth $26,080
  4. Colby Lovell and Paul Eaves, 35.97 seconds on five head, worth $18,400
  5. Lane Ivy and Ryan Motes, 35.98 seconds on five head, worth $13,820
  6. Bubba Buckaloo and Tyler McKnight, 36.08 seconds on five head, worth $9,200

#16.5 Shootout

Kreece and Tyson Thompson and Bobby Joe Hill and Joseph Harrison are co-champions of the #16.5 Shootout. 

Kreece and Tyson Thompson and Bobby Joe Hill and Joseph Harrison are co-champions of the #16.5 Shootout. 

Kreece and Tyson Thompson and Bobby Joe Hill and Joseph Harrison split the championship title in the the #16.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII. The Thompson's came from ninth callback and Hill and Harrison were second callback in the short round. They each were 26.80 seconds on four head, worth $25,100 per team.

Full Results:

1/2. Kreece Thompson and Tyson Thompson, 26.8 seconds on four head, worth $25,100

1/2. Bobby Joe Hill and Joesph Harrison, 26.8 seconds on four head, worth $25,100

3. Zack Kirkpatrick and Ross Ashford, 27.11 seconds on four head, worth $15,700

4. Billie Jack Saebens and Jordan Allyn, 27.13 seconds on four head, worth $12,500

5. Cody Thornton and Joe Mattern, 27.24 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

6. Reno Stoebner and Orlando Jauregui Enriquez, 28.13 seconds on four head, worth $7,900

7. Andrew Livingston and Whit Kitchens, 28.83 seconds on four head, worth $6,800

8. Philip Shurden and Steve Ross, 29.06 seconds on four head, worth $5,600

9. Kreece Thompson and Chad Williams, 30.71 seconds on four head, worth $4,500

#15.5 Shootout

Bobby Joe Hill heading on one of Clay Smith's head horse for Colton Brittain in the #15.5 Shootout.

Bobby Joe Hill heading on one of Clay Smith's head horse for Colton Brittain in the #15.5 Shootout.

Bobby Joe Hill, of Hill Rodeo Cattle, now has back-to-back wins at the Cinch USTRC NFTR XXXII. Hill and Colton Brittain won the #15.5 Shootout from third callback with a time of 28.74 seconds on four head, worth $33,000. 

Full Results: 

1. Bobby Joe Hill and Colton Brittain, 28.74 seconds on four head, worth $33,000

2. Jade Corkill and Nicky Northcott, 29.58 seconds on four head, worth $24,000

3. James Arviso and Cashton Weidenbener, 30.0 seconds on four head, worth $17,00

4. Bobby Baize and Bode Baize, 30.79 seconds on four head, worth $14,500

5. Clark Adcock and Adam Toole, 31.16 seconds on four head, worth $12,500

6. Monty W James and Brandon Gonzales, 31.98 seconds on four head, worth $11,500

7. Clarke Gordon and Trace Porter, 34.38 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

8. Blake Barnes and Landon Glenn, 20.16 seconds on three head, worth $7,000

9. Jason Burson and Colton Brittain, 21.52 seconds on three head, worth $5,800

10. Cuyler Winters and Whit Kitchens, 21.97 seconds on three head, worth $4,350

11. Race Mellman and Bubba Buckaloo, 22.09 seconds on three head, worth $4,350 

Resistol #14.5 Shootout 

Kreece Thompson has earned $33,550 after winning two ropings at the Cinch USTRC NFTR XXXII. 

Kreece Thompson has earned $33,550 after winning two ropings at the Cinch USTRC NFTR XXXII. 

Kreece Thompson does it again, this time with Jeff Hilton. They won the Resistol #14.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRCNational Finals of Team Roping XXXII with a time of 27.61 seconds on four head, worth $42,000.

Full Results

  1. Kreece Thompson and Jeff Hilton, 27.61 seconds on four head, worth $42,000
  2. Colton W. Clayton and Corey Hendrick, 28.02 seconds on four head, worth $32,000
  3. Servando Gutierrez Jr. and Orlando Jauregui Enriquez, 28.18 seconds on four head, worth $22,500
  4. Mitlon Aguilera and Coy Brittain, 28.44 seconds on four head, worth $17,000
  5. Cash Fretwell and Samson Jackson, 28.76 seconds on four head, worth $15,000
  6. Brenndan Bennett and Zane Bruce, 28.88 seconds on four head, worth $13,500
  7. Anthony Lucia and JC Williams, 29.34 seconds on four head, worth $11,500
  8. Cameron McCarley and Colton McCarley, 29.37 seconds on four head, worth $9,500
  9. Joe Hub Baker and Jud Jackson, 29.50 seconds on four head, worth $7,500
  10. Joel Colgrove and Dave Daube, 29.86 seconds on four head, worth $7,500
  11. Morgan Sparks and B.J. Thompson, 29.88 seconds on four head, worth $5,500
  12. Bobby Joe Hill and TyDaniel Haller, 29.93 seconds on four head, worth $5,500
  13. Kolby Krieger and JD Holland, 30.71 seconds on four head, worth $3,000
  14. Dixon Winn and Dean Salyer, 30.80 seconds on four head, worth $3,000
  15. Rusty Hegerson and Alex Velazquez, 31.50 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

#13.5 Shootout

Jared Wes Todacheenie setting up the heel shot for Cody Lansing.

Jared Wes Todacheenie setting up the heel shot for Cody Lansing.

Arizona's Jared Wes Todacheenie and Colorado's Cody Lansing teamed up to win the #13.5 Shootout from third callback with a time of 28.85 seconds on four head, worth $50,000.

Full Results

1. Jared Wes Todacheenie  and Cody Lansing, 28.85 seconds on four head, worth $50,000

2. Jason Williams and Kevin Redstorm, 29.37 seconds on four head, worth $37,500

3. Zane Bruce and JohnRyon Foster, 29.45 seconds on four head, worth $26,500

4. Rainey Skelton and Kaden Profili, 30.28 seconds on four head, worth $19,500

5. Cody Graham and Wesley Barlow, 30.43 seconds on four head, worth $18,000

6. Tyler Boatwright and Billy Lam, 30.67 seconds on four head, worth $15,000

7. Robby Hollis and Shayne Krolczyk, 31.50 seconds on four head, worth $13,500

8. Chris Bradford and Dustin Little, 33.02 seconds on four head, worth $11,000

9. Jake Leach and Colton Brittain, 33.04 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

10. Trevor Hale and Caleb Green, 34.46 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

11. Hiyo Yazzie and Jaken Todacheenie, 34.65 seconds on four head, worth $6,500

12. Cade Boettcher and Bradley Jordan, 36.07 seconds on four head, worth $6,500

13. Cord Spradley and Logan McNeill, 36.16 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Evan Archino and Pace Freed, 36.97 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

15. Jessie Nelson Corbell and TyDaniel Haller, 37.70 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

16. Matthew Barnes and Colton McCarley, 37.87 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

YETI Jr. Open

Kaden Profili set a big trap to heel two feet for Kreece Thompson to win the YETI Jr. Open.

Kaden Profili set a big trap to heel two feet for Kreece Thompson to win the YETI Jr. Open.

The YETI Jr. Open championship title went to Kreece Thompson and Kaden Profili with a time of 27.29 seconds on four head, worth $14,500. This makes for Thompson's third championship title in two days at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII in Fort Worth. 

Full Results

  1. Kreece Thompson and Kaden Profili, 27.29 seconds on four head, worth $14,500
  2. James Arviso and Cooper Freeman, 27.29 seconds on four head, worth $10,300
  3. Jace Thorstenson and Denton Dunning, 30.47 seconds on four head, worth $7,800
  4. Kenzi Kelton and Ketch Kelton, 38.38 seconds on four head, worth $5,800
  5. Newt Lemond and Caden Tinsley, 38.75 seconds on four head, worth $2,800

#12.5 Shootout 

Jason Garcia handling a steer for Ryan Hood in the #12.5 Shootout.

Jason Garcia handling a steer for Ryan Hood in the #12.5 Shootout.

Jason Garcia and Ryan Hood took the win in the #12.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII from fourth callback after roping their short round steer in 6.91 seconds, making them a time of 30.15 seconds on four head, worth $55,000. 

Full Results

1. Jason Garcia and Ryan Hood, 30.15 seconds on four head, worth $55,000

2. Fred Werneck and TJ Bowler, 31.22 seconds on four head, worth $42,000

3. Houston Childers and Adam Toole, 31.84 seconds on four head, worth $29,500

4. Kenzie Kelton and Maverik Franks, 31.87 seconds on four head, worth $22,500

5. Lee Graves and Kutter Kortis, 32.22 seconds on four head, worth $20,000

6. Willie Moreland and Shye Pate, 32.23 seconds on four head, worth $17,000

7. Cody Graham and Chantz Banks, 32.28 seconds on four head, worth $14,500

8. Kooper Huddleston and Gabe Williams, 32.31 seconds on four head, worth $12,500

9. Jordi Edens and Nicky Northcott, 32.39 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

10. Clayton Rivet and Billy Bob Brown, 33.02 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

11. Jake Hindman and Luke McClymond, 33.35 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

12. Even Archino and Trey Southern, 33.83 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

13. Jean Poythress and Dennis Gatz, 34.12 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Abby Medlin and TyDaniel Haller, 34.13 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

15. B Rad Lands and Chad Williams, 34.65 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

16. Raesh Casebolt and Logan Lucy, 35.52 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

#11.5 Legends

Mark Calagna and Chad Lee became $26,000 richer after knocking down this steer in the #11.5 Legends roping. 

Mark Calagna and Chad Lee became $26,000 richer after knocking down this steer in the #11.5 Legends roping. 

Mark Calagna and Chad Lee won the #11.5 Legends roping with a time of 37.28 seconds on four head, worth $26,000 at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII.

Full Results 

1. Mark Calagna and Chad Lee, 37.28 seconds on four head, worth $26,000

2. Craig Calkins and Kenneth Wotten, 38.43 seconds on four head, worth $17,000

3. Mike Woolven and Clint Humphries, 44.07 seconds on four head, worth $13,300

4. Jerry Darnell and Ashton Walden, 44.24 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

5. Robert Marshall and Quint Westcott, 44.65 seconds on four head, worth $8,000

6. Jerry Herring and Travis Klingeman, 44.73 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

7. Noel Nolen and Larry Cox, 48.17 seconds on four head, worth $5,200

8. Rickey Armstrong and Brad Bottom, 48.78 seconds on four head, worth $3,500

Resistol #11.5 Shootout 

Dexter Goodman got his head rope on their short round steer lightning quick for Cody Bush to clean up two feet to win the Resistol #11.5 Shootout. 

Dexter Goodman got his head rope on their short round steer lightning quick for Cody Bush to clean up two feet to win the Resistol #11.5 Shootout. 

Dexter Goodman and Cody Bush won the Resistol #11.5 Shootout from high team back with a time of 29.69 seconds on four head, worth $60,000 at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII. 

Full Results

1. Dexter Goodman and Cody Bush, 29.69 seconds on four head, worth $60,000

2. Chantz Banks and Landon Priefert, 32.01 seconds on four head, worth $45,000

3. Clay Mecklenburg and Austin Lampe, 32.95 seconds on four head, worth $32,000

4. Justin Martin and Dixon Winn, 33.15 seconds on four head, worth $24,000

5. Jordi Edens and Gabe Williams, 33.19 seconds on four head, worth $21,500

6. Kyle D Karins and Ryan Davis, 33.58 seconds on four head, worth $19,000

7. Steven Bybee and Dean Salyer, 34.35 seconds on four head, worth $16,000

8. Hannah White and Blake Barnes, 34.42 seconds on four head, worth $13,500

9. Colton W Clayton and Bradley Jordan, 34.65 seconds on four head, worth $10,500

10/11. Clancy Teague and Brady Palmer, 34.82 seconds on four head, worth $9,250

10/11. Rowdee Graham and Murt Stewart, 34.82 seconds on four head, worth $9,250

12. Ann Marie Egusquiza and Cody Egusquiza, 35.34 seconds on four head, worth $8,000

13. Randall Phelps and Jared Blane Phillips, 35.5 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Walt Whatley and Jeff Peterman, 35.77 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

15. Canyon Pennell and Murt Stewart, 36.09 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

16. Brody Smith and Ryon Ramsey, 36.85 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

17. Jacob M Derrer and Brady Fenn, 39.33 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

18. Tyler Crawford and Jonathan Rascon, 39.68 seconds on four head, worth $3,000 

Horse Power Boots #10.5 Shootout 

Kelby Frizzell set a big trap to heel his and Lyvan Gonzales' fourth steer by two feet to move into the lead of the roping in the Horse Power Boots #10.5 Shootout. 

Kelby Frizzell set a big trap to heel his and Lyvan Gonzales' fourth steer by two feet to move into the lead of the roping in the Horse Power Boots #10.5 Shootout. 

Lyvan Gonzalez, from New Mexico, and Kelby Frizzell, from Texas, teamed up to win the Horse Power Boots #10.5 Shootout from fourth callback with a time of 31.30 seconds on four head, worth $62,000 at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII. They roped their fourth steer in 6.42 seconds. 

Full Results 

1. Lyvan Gonzalez and Kelby Frizzell, 31.30 seconds on four head, worth $62,000

2. Clayton Huston and Dylan Hancock, 31.52 seconds on four head, worth $50,000

3. John Joffrion and Blake Lyons, 32.79 seconds on four head, worth $35,000

4. Wesley Reno and Kyle Lucero, 33.86 seconds on four head, worth $26,000

5. Hunter Abert and Taylet Rademacher, 34.35 seconds on four head, worth $23,000

6. Noel Nolen and Belden Cox, 34.55 seconds on four head, worth $20,000

7. Rusty Viramontes and Edga A Silva, 36.13 seconds on four head, worth $17,500

8. John Joffrion and Kob L Sanchez, 36.56 seconds on four head, worth $14,500

9. Weslee Ross and Tell Ross, 36.93 seconds on four head, worth $11,500

10. Kevin Rodgers and Joseph Hammett, 37.55 seconds on four head, worth $11,500

11. Mitch Rogers and Clint Humphries, 37.94 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

12. Brandon Carrell and Cole Smith, 38.26 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

13. Paje Turner and Dixon Winn, 39.03 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Jordan Outlaw and Shawn Lyday, 39.15 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

15. Prather Schneemann and Cade Schneemann, 39.69 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

16. Stone Reeves and Ryon Ramsey, 41.16 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

17. Rylan Luman and Zac Coates, 41.67 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

18. Mary Brighton Elkins and Ike Mcbroom, 42.69 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

19. Dodge Hare and Kade Weatherman, 43.45 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

20. Zac Watson and Braylon Tryan, 43.88 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

#9.5 Shootout

Ron Johnson picking up two feet for Mason Mcrae to win the #9.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII from 18th callback.

Ron Johnson picking up two feet for Mason Mcrae to win the #9.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII from 18th callback.

Mason Mcrae and Ron C Johnson won the #9.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII from 18th callback. They roped four head in 36.65 seconds to take home $55,000, Scott Thomas Saddles, Horse Power Boots, and Resistol Straw Hats. 

Full Results

1. Mason Mcrae and Ron Johnson, 36.65 seconds on four head, worth $55,000

2. Colton Clayton and Kaitlyn Torres, 36.99 seconds on four head, worth $42,000

3. Annsley Vernon and Cooper Mendenhall, 37.35 seconds on four head, worth $29,500

4. Dalton Huston and Dylan Hancock, 37.77 seconds on four head, worth $22,500

5. Mary Brighton Elkins and Michael Beauchamp, 37.92 seconds on four head, worth $20,000

6. Kayce Hawkins and JP Ayad, 37.96 seconds on four head, worth $17,000

7. John Kirbow and Tanner Crone, 38.41 seconds on four head, worth $14,000

8. Logan Vanderhamm and Jhett Vanderhamm, 38.48 seconds on four head, worth $12,000

9. Micah Huddleston and Damon Croley, 40.05 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

10. Emilee Charlesworth and Kelby Frizzell, 42.84 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

11. Cutter Cain and Dace Morris, 43.32 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

12. Albino Herrera and Damian Hernandez, 45.91 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

13. Cort Peterson and Kyler Kanady, 48.93 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Heliodoro Reyes and Waylon Buskirk, 23.16 seconds on three head, worth $3,000

15. Rachel Mardis and Josh Mardis, 24.57 seconds on three head, worth $3,000

16. Jack Hicks and Doyle Bacon, 25.2 seconds on three head, worth $3,000

#9.5 Legends

GR Carter, Jr. and Mike Colby fist bump after securing the average win in the #9.5 Legends. 

GR Carter, Jr. and Mike Colby fist bump after securing the average win in the #9.5 Legends. 

GR Carter, Jr., a former jockey, and Mike Colby are the champions of the #9.5 Legends roping with a time of 42.29 on four head, with a $24,000 pay check. 

Full Results

1. GR Carter Jr. and Mike Colby, 42.49 seconds on four head, worth $24,000

2. Chad Mudd and Scottie Primeaux, 44.97 seconds on four head, worth $16,000

3. Ronnie Lee Davis and Marvin Wilson, 45.09 seconds on four head, worth $12,500

4. Greg Mahaney and Bruce Barnett, 46.24 seconds on four head, worth $9,500

5. Jimbo Dunagan and Shane Paschal, 47.58 seconds on four head, worth $7,500

6. Shon Wise and Jeff Lognion, 47.60 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

7. Tim Riggan and Blane Chapman, 49.15 seconds on four head, worth $5,200

8. Ronnie HIll and William Evans, 49.81 seconds on four head, worth $3,500

#8.5 Shootout

Bobbie Chandler and Chinch Rodgers secured the win in the #8.5 Shootout. 

Bobbie Chandler and Chinch Rodgers secured the win in the #8.5 Shootout. 

Bobbie Chandler and Cinch Rodgers rode out of the John Justin Arena with $38,000 to their name. Chandler and Rodgers roped four head in 35.97 seconds to win the #8.5 Shootout at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII. 

Full Results

1. Bobbie Chandler and Cinch Rodgers, 35.97 seconds on four head, worth $38,000

2. Jose Romero and Tristan Wright, 38.04 seconds on four head, worth $29,000

3. Tryan Teague and Cross Carson, 40.18 seconds on four head, worth $20,000

4. Luke Cortese and Seth Fuchs, 41.00 seconds on four head, worth $15,500

5. Avery Foegelle and Carson Emmons, 41.09 seconds on four head, worth $13,500

6. Rodney Smith and Marvin Wilson, 41.34 seconds on four head, worth $12,000

7. Charlie Sullivan and Chance Sullivan, 41.38 seconds on four head, worth $10,500

8. Shon Wise and Tell Ross, 41.58 seconds on four head, worth $8,500

9. Russ Cook and Derwood Hopson, 42.17 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

10. Jim Miles and Marty Miller, 43.12 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

11. Ronnie Kirby and Jacob Stansbury, 44.26 seconds on four head, worth $5,500

12. Haiden Turner and Alfonso Macias, 46.06 seconds on four head, worth $5,500

13. Brett Reagan and Steve M Phillips, 46.48 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

14. Jack Hicks and Greg D Robertson, 47.23 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

#8.5 Legends 

Greg Mahaney and Brick Roberts took home $21,000.

Greg Mahaney and Brick Roberts took home $21,000.

Greg Mahaney and Brick Roberts exited the John Justin Arena as legends. Mahaney and Roberts stopped the clock in 40.68 seconds on four head to win the #8.5 Legends, taking home $21,000. 

Full Results 

1. Greg Mahaney and Brick Roberts, 40.68 seconds on four head, worth $21,000

2. Ronnie Hill and Luke Brown, 46.31 seconds on four head, worth $14,500

3. Kim McCracken and James Masters, 46.98 seconds on four head, worth $11,500

4. Shon Wise and Mike Greer, 47.77 seconds on four head, worth $8,000

5. Jose Cuellar and Brick Roberts, 49.13 seconds on four head, worth $7,000

6. Jim Miles and Marty Miller, 49.27 seconds on four head, worth $5,500

7. Jerry Bailey and Lorie Patterson, 50.26 seconds on four head, worth $4,500

8. Russ Cook and Joaquin Lerma, 50.59 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

#9.5 Ram Truck Roping 

Martin Martinez turning a steer for Bryden Walker in the #9.5 Ram Truck Roping. 

Martin Martinez turning a steer for Bryden Walker in the #9.5 Ram Truck Roping. 

Martin Martinez and Bryden Walker won the average in the #9.5 RAM Truck Roping with a time of 29.78 seconds on four head, worth $14,000, while a cowgirl from Decatur, Texas, Shaneece Coffman drove off with the #9.5 Ram Truck after earning the most points from placing third with Jose Angel Reyes and 10th with Brock Rouse.

Shaneece Coffman heading on her grey head horse, Alpine, who helped her win the #9.5 Ram Truck. 

Shaneece Coffman heading on her grey head horse, Alpine, who helped her win the #9.5 Ram Truck. 

Full Results 

1. Martin Martinez and Bryden Walker, 29.78 seconds on four head, worth $14,000

2. Walker McMahan and Dewayne Noah, 30.05 seconds on four head, worth $10,000

3. Shaneece Coffman and Jose Angel Reyes, 31.57 seconds on four head, worth $7,500

4. Alejandro Montoya and Cord Spradley, 32.47 seconds on four head, worth $6,500

5. Brad Haralson and Lee Oliva, 33.34 seconds on four head, worth $5,000

6. Chase Laurence and Tony Lang, 33.89 seconds on four head, worth $4,000

7. Tracey Cearley and Cash Shivers, 34.41 seconds on four head, worth $3,500

8. Tripp Pittman and Belden Cox, 34.42 seconds on four head, worth $3,000

9. Jason Brisbois and Gary Cripps, 34.55 seconds on four head, worth $2,500

10. Shaneece Coffman and Brock Rouse, 35.14 seconds on four head, worth $2,000

11. Simeon Nunneley and Adrian Herrera, 35.86 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

11. Rachel Wilson and Reydesel Reza, 36.54 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

13. B Rad Lands and Waylon Buskirk, 35.96 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

14. RJ Hernandez and Fito Montes, 36.05 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

15. Rachel Wilson and Reydesel Reza, 36.54 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

16. Simeon Nunneley and Reydesel Reza, 36.85 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

17. Tony Wells and Cash Shegan, 36.96 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

18. Brody Mathiews and KJ Ashkar, 36.97 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

19. Shawn McCalister and Seth Fuchs, 37.06 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

20. Roger Miller and Reydesel Reza, 37.08 seconds on four head, worth $500

20. Bo Thomas and Trey Vargas, 37.08 seconds on four head, worth $500

Jr. Looper 

6 & Under

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Colter Yazzi won the 6 & Under Jr. Looper Championships at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII. 

7 though 9 

Koilyn Tsinnie

Koilyn Tsinnie

Koilyn Tsinnie won the 7 through 9 JR. Looper Championships at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII.

10 Through 12

Jayden Iyua

Jayden Iyua

Jayden Iyua Jayden won the 10 through 12 age division at the Cinch USTRC National Finals of Team Roping XXXII's Jr. Looper roping. Iyua also beat Drew Stewart in a match roping shortly after winning the championship title. 

#7 Championships Saddle Roping 

Alejandro Montoya and RJ Hernandez are the champions of the #7 Championships Saddle Roping. 

Alejandro Montoya and RJ Hernandez are the champions of the #7 Championships Saddle Roping. 

Alejandro Montoya and RJ Hernandez roped at 11th high-call in the short round of the #7 Championship Saddle Roping and turned in a time of 7.34 seconds in the short round to move them to No.1 in the average. They won the roping with a time of 26.18 seconds on three head, worth $14,000 and Scott Thomas Trophy saddles.

Full Results

1. Alejandro Montoya and RJ Hernandez, 26.18 seconds on three head, worth $14,000

2. Ross Harley and Nathan Hilburn, 27.73 seconds on three head, worth $10,000

3. Hayes Johnson and Gus Hafenfeld, 28.25 seconds on three head, worth $7,000

4. Billy Hall and Brayden A Israel, 29.53 seconds on three head, worth $6,000

5. Chris Meredith and Gus McKibbin, 29.89 seconds on three head, worth $5,000

6. Megan Meredith and Chris Meredith, 29.93 seconds on three head, worth $4,000

7. Gustavo Reyes and Jose Angel Reyes, 30.04 seconds on three head, worth $3,500

8. Chris Meredith and Henrico Benally, 30.41 seconds on three head, worth $3,000

9. Alonzo Apodaca and Jose Guevara, 30.50 seconds on three head, worth $2,500

10. Copper Emmons and Brandon Luce, 31.32 seconds on three head, worth $2,000

11. Jordan Cortese and Tristin Brooks, 31.86 seconds on three head, worth $1,000

12. Jeffrey Lynn Stubblefield and Henrico Benally, 34.34 seconds on three head, worth $1,000

13. Stewart Black and Fred Jones, 34.37 seconds on three head, worth  $1,000

14. Seth Brock and Jose Angel Reyes, 35.32 seconds on three head, worth $1,000

15. Hall Moran and Elmon Sanchez, 36.49 seconds on three head, worth $1,000

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