Coy Rahlmann and Ryan VonAhn shoot up in the Great Lakes circuit standings; Coleman Proctor continues to lead in the Prairie circuit; Seth Hall takes over the number-one spot in the Turquoise circuit; Brock Hanson leads the Mountain States circuit standings and more.

Great Lakes Circuit:

Ellsinore, Missouri's Coy Rahlmann and Palmyra, Missouri's Ryan VonAhn are not slowing down in the Great Lakes circuit. They Missouri team each has a major leaden second in their standings. 

They placed sixth in the average at the Sikeston (Missouri) Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo with a time of 16.4-seconds on two head, worth $484 a man. They won the second round with a 5.2-second run, adding $1,873 to each of their earnings. 

They then tied Ryan Alexander and Cole Stevens and Randy Mager and Tye Casey for second at the Rusk County Rodeo in Ladysmith, Wisconsin with a 6.1-second run, worth $1,482 a man. 

Rahlmann and VonAhn are first in the Great Lakes circuit standings with $13,510.10 and $18,148.92, respectively. 

Bancroft, Wisconsin's Ryan Alexander and Hammond, Wisconsin's Cole Stevens shuffled to third and fourth in the Great Lakes circuit after tying Rahlmann and VonAhn and Mager and Casey for second at the Rusk County Rodeo with a 6.1-second run, adding $1,482 to each man's earnings. 

Alexander is third in the Great Lakes circuit with $7,924.84. Stevens is fifth with $8,291.67.

Ponca, Arkansas' Payden Emmett and Bernard, Iowa's Joe Day added $841 to their circuit season earnings.

They won the Linn County Fair & Rodeo in Mound City, Kansas with a 18.0-second run, worth $667 a man, then placed eighth at the Rusk County Rodeo with a 10.5-second run, worth $174 a man. 

Emmett continues to hold onto eighth in the Great Lakes heading standings with $3,474.94. Day jumped from third to second with $9,116.95. 

Prairie Circuit: 

The four-time NFR qualifier from Pryor, Oklahoma, Coleman Proctor, who is heading for four-time NFR heeler Ryan Motes, tied Tyler Wade and Prairie circuit heeling contender Billie Jack Saebens to win the Lawton (Oklahoma) Ranger Rodeo. They each roped their steer in 4.4-seconds, adding $3,849 a man. 

Proctor is pulling away with the number-one spot of the Prairie circuit heading standings with $15,281.22. Saebens launched five spots to number-two with $12,034.52. 

Comanche, Oklahoma's Dylan Gordan and Springer, Oklahoma's Brady Norman each shot up in the Prairie circuit standings. 

They placed third at the Lawton Ranger Rodeo with a 4.9-second run, adding $3,208 to each of their season earnings. 

Gordan leap frogged right into the standings to 17th with $3,208. Norman moved from 13th to eighth with $8,609.00. 

Sperry, Oklahoma's Casey Hicks and Guthrie, Oklahoma's Steve Orth added $2,566 to their earnings. 

They tied Matt Sherwood and Hunter Koch for fourth at the Lawton Ranger Rodeo with a 5.0-second run, worth $2,566 a man. 

Hicks shuffled from seventh to fourth and Orth leaped from 10th to sixth in the Prairie circuit standings with $9,713.51, respectively. 

Mountain States: 

Bennett, Colorado's J.B. James Jr. and NFR qualifier Brock Hanson added a total of $3,594 to their Mountain States earnings.

They won the Dick Stull Memorial Rodeo in Sterling, Colorado with a 5.7-second run, adding $1,499 to each of their earnings. They placed second at the Yuma County Fair & Rodeo with a 5.7-second run, worth $1,164 a man, then placed second at the Sand & Sage Roundup in Lamar, Colorado with another 5.7-second run, adding $931 to each man's earnings. 

James Jr. is second in the Mountain States circuit standings and Hanson continues to take the lead on the heeling side with $12,135.77.

Yoder, Wyoming's Clayton Van Aken and Fort Collin's Cullen Teller placed second at the Larimer County Fair & Rodeo with a 4.4-second run, adding $1,576 to their earnings, then placed fifth at the Dick Still Memorial Rodeo with a 6.6-second run, worth $465. 

Van Aken and Teller then parted ways. Van Aken picked up NFR average champion heeler Trey Yates and Teller got fellow Colorado header Calvin Brevik at the Steamboat Springs (Colorado) Pro Rodeo series. Brevik and Teller won the rodeo with a 4.9-second run, adding $954 to their earnings. Van Aken and Yates placed third with a 5.3-second run, worth $625 a man. 

Van Aken is third in the Mountain States circuit heading standings with $9,968.56. Teller is third in the heeling with $9,489.16. Yates is 10th with $4,681.98.

Turquoise: 

Hillside, Arizona's Trey Blackmore and Albuquerque, New Mexico's Seth Hall added $2,155 to their earnings, moving Blackmore to second and Hall into the driver's seat of the Turquoise circuit standings. 

They won the Sand & Sage Roundup with a 5.6-second run, worth $1,125 a man. They placed fifth in the first round at the Lea County PRCA Rodeo in Lovington, New Mexico with a 5.2-second run, worth $1,030 a man.

Blackmore moved from third to second in the Turquoise circuit standings with $11,169.06. Hall took the lead on the heel side with $12,856.38. 

Tatum, New Mexico's Logan Medlin, who is heeling for nine-time NFR qualifier Charly Crawford, added $2,433 to his circuit standings. 

They placed fifth in the average at the Lea County PRCA Rodeo with a time of 11.6-seconds on two head, worth $1,554 a man. They also added $889 to their earnings after splitting fifth in the second round with Britt and Jake Smith with a 5.1-second run. 

Medlin moved from 12th to sixth in the Turquoise circuit heeling standings with $5,976.21. He is also 24th in the PRCA world standings with $40,459.93.

World Champion Header Aaron Tsinigine, from Tuba City, Arizona, who is roping with Two-time World Champion Heeler Patrick Smith, added $2,855 to their earnings. 

They placed seventh in the average at the Lea County PRCA Rodeo with a time of 13.0-seconds on two head, worth $702 a man. They won the second round with a 4.1-second run, adding $2,153 to each of their earnings. 

Tsinigine jumped from 13th to fourth in the Turquoise circuit with $7,056.75, and is 19th in the PRCA world standings with $47,925.39. 

Maple Leaf: 

Longview, Alberta's Steele De Paoli and Medicine Hat, Alberta's Trent Tunke added a total of $2,490 to their earnings. 

They won the Dawson Creek (British Columbia) Exhibition and Stampede with a 5.3-second run, worth $1,773 a man. They placed fifth at the Jasper (Alberta) Heritage Rodeo with a 6.0-second run, worth $326 a man, then placed fifth at the Field of Dreams Stampede in La Crete, Alberta with a 7.1-second run, adding $391 to their earnings.

De Paoli is currently fourth in the Maple Leaf standings with $14,291.92. Tunke is seventh with $8,294.29.

Montana: 

Bozeman, Montana's Kal Fuller and Kasper Roy added $4,183 to their earnings. 

They won the Missoula (Montana) Stampede with a 4.5-second run, worth $2,735 a man. They placed fourth at the Bozeman (Montana) Stampede with a 4.6-second run, worth $1,448 a man.

Fuller jumped from 10th to third in the Montana circuit standings with $ 7,572.63. Fuller is also leading the Resistol Rookie heading standings and 43rd in the PRCA world standings with $26,123.68.

Columbia River:

Hermiston, Oregon's Jake Stanley and Bucky Campbell added $2,162 to their earnings.

They placed fifth in the average at the Farm-City Pro Rodeo in Hermiston, Oregon with a time of 17.8-seconds on two head worth $1,456 a man. They also placed sixth in round one with a 5.2-second run, adding $706 to each of their earnings, 

Stanley shuffled from eighth to third in the Columbia River circuit standings with $6,921.42.

Canby, Texas' Jordan Tye and Ellensburg, Oregon's Jason Minor added $838 to their season earnings.

They placed seventh in the average at the Farm-City Pro Rodeo with a time of 20.8-seconds on two head, worth $662 a man. They then placed eighth at the Omak Stampede with a 10.9-second run, adding $176 to each man's earnings.

Tye jumped from 12th to eighth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings and ninth to seventh in the Columbia River circuit standings with $5,917.44. Minor is sixth in the Columbia River circuit standings with $5,917.44.

PRCA Circuit Leaders as of August 2, 2019:

Badlands: Jon Peterson, $13,070.03; Trae Smith, $11,980.00

California: Spencer Mitchell, $18,620.36; Nano Garza, $26,188.52

Columbia River: Riley Minor, $12,786.68; Brady Minor, $12,786.68

First Frontier: Ty Barger, $7,562.18; Jake Edwards, $8,236.32

Great Lakes: Coy Rahlmann, $13,510.10; Ryan Von Ahn, $18,148.92

Maple Leaf: Clay Ullery, $17,114.45; Riley Warren, $17,114.50

Montana: Dustin Bird, $9,586.63; Ike Folsom, $9,795.41

Mountain States: Tate Kirchenschlager, $14,085.94; Brock Hanson, $12,135.77

Prairie: Coleman Proctor, $15,281.22; Buddy Hawkins II, $13,285.74

Southeastern: Jacob Dagenhart, $13,835.19; Zack Mabry, $14,888.93

Texas: Manny Egusquiza Jr., $17,465.55; Paul Eaves, $17,118.64

Turquoise: Derrick Begay, $11,878.23; Seth Hall , $12,856.38

Wilderness: Zane Barnson, $14,661.29; Olin Pulham, $14,661.29

Mexico: Fernando Gan Ruiz, $2,463.53; Miguel Valenzuela, $2,463.51

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