Bozeman, Montana’s Kal Fuller, who has been in the number-one position in the Resistol Rookie heading standings for several weeks, added $4,792 to his earnings.
He and Kasper Roy 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, then placed fourth at the Field of Dreams Stampede in La Crete, Alberta with a 5.8-second run, adding $609 to their earnings.
Fuller now has a total of $26,123.68 to his Resistol Rookie earnings, and is 43rd in the PRCA world standings. He is also third in the Montana circuit standings with $7,572.63.
Salado, Texas’ Garett Chick continues to challenge Fuller for the number-one spot in the Resistol Rookie heading standings.
He and Ross Ashford placed fifth at the Sikeston (Missouri) Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo with a time of 13.1-seconds on two head, worth $872 a man. They placed sixth in the second round with a 6.0-second run, adding $323 to each of their earnings. Then placed seventh in the first round at the Farm-City Pro Rodeo in Hermiston, Oregon with a 5.4-second run, worth $441 a man.
Chick is less than $3,000 shy from moving into the number-one spot, and is 46th in the PRCA world standings with $23,136.42.
Hershey, Nebraska Cooper White continues to hang in the number-four position the the Resistol Rookie heading standings. He and Tucker White placed third at the BHSU Rally Rodeo & Bullfights in Spearfish, South Dakota with a 6.1-second run, worth $1,049 a man, then placed fifth at the Sioux (Falls, South Dakota) Empire Fair Rodeo with a 8.1-second run, adding $349 to each of their earnings.
White is fourth in the Resistol Rookie standings with $9,960.83. He is also third in the Badlands circuit standings with $6,811.91.
Brenham, Texas’ Wyatt Imus moved into the top 15 of the Resistol Rookie heading standings after adding $1,310 to his season earnings.
He and Reno Gonzolas placed fourth in the second round at the Lea County PRCA Rodeo in Lovington, New Mexico with a 5.0-second run, worth $1,310 a man.
Imus is 15th in the standings with $4,096.47.
Canby, Texas’ Jordan Tye jumped from 12th to eighth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings after adding $838 to his season earnings.
He and Jason Minor 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 is eighth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings and seventh in the Columbia River circuit standings with $5,579.04.
Johnstown, Colorado’s Philip Schuman shuffled from 18th to 16th in the Resistol Rookie standings after adding $810 to his earnings. He and partner Josh Fillmore won the Kimball (Nebraska)-Banner Fair and Rodeo with a 6.2-second run, worth $810 a man.
Schuman 16th in the Resistol Rookie standings and 14th in the Mountain States circuit with $4,047.54.
Gallatin Gateway, Montana’s Ian Austiguy and partner Chase Briggs IV placed fifth at the Cascade Pro Rodeo with a 12.9-second run, worth $465 a man. Austiguy is 13th in the Resistol Rookie standings and ninth in the Montana circuit standings with $4,559.77.
Granbury, Texas’ Paden Bray is untouchable in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with over a $20,000 lead.
He and 2018 World Champion Header Erich Rogers added a total of $4,442 to their earnings. They placed second at the Bozeman Stampede with a 4.3-second run, worth $2,068 a man. They placed third at the Cache County Fair And Rodeo in Logan, Utah with a 4.5-second run, adding $2,115 to their earnings, then placed sixth at the Cascade (Montana) Pro Rodeo with a 14.6-second run, worth $259 a man.
Bray is first in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings and 22nd in the PRCA world standings with $45,697.64.
Casper, Wyoming’s Carson Johnson continues to stay in the number-four spot in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $13,290.32
He and 2018 College National Finals Champion Header Kellan Johnson placed third at the Bozeman Stampede with a 4.5-second run, worth $1,758 a man, then tied 2018 Resistol Rookie Champion Header Jeff Flenniken and Tyler Worley for third at the Missoula Stampede with a 5.3-second run, adding $1,843 to each man’s earnings.
Johnson added a total of $3,601 to his Resistol Rookie season earnings.
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The 2018 #13 YETI World Series of Team Roping Finale Champion Heeler Kycen Winn has popped up in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings after adding $2,109 to his season total.
The heeler hailing from Annabella, Utah is heeling for Kelson Robinson. They okayed second at the Jerome (Idaho) County Fair And Rodeo with a 5.5-second run, worth $1,164 a man. They placed third at the Summit County Fair & Rodeo in Coalville, Utah with a 5.6-second run, adding $945 to each man’s earnings.
Winn is 13th in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings and 10th in the Wilderness circuit standings with $4,565.79.
Herrick, Illinois’ Douglas Rich, who is roping with Texas’ Cory Clark, added $1,756 to his earnings.
They placed second at the Omak (Washington) Stampede with a 6.6-second run, worth $1,756 to their earnings. Rich is 11th in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $5,584.01.
Genola, Utah’s Dylin Ahlstrom moved from 10th to eighth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings after adding $447 to his season earnings.
He and header Taylor Winn placed fifth at the Summit County Fair & Rodeo with a 6.2-second run, worth $447 a man. Ahlstrom is eighth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $6,916.38, and ninth in the Wilderness circuit standings with $4,683.88.
Dinwiddie, Virginia’s Michael Tash continues to hang onto fifth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $8,926.41.
He and Lathen Bryant placed fourth at the Stockyards Championship rodeo in Fort Worth, Texas with a 10.7-second run, adding $223 to each man’s earnings. Tash is also 21st in the Texas Circuit standings with $5,314.40.
Top 10 Headers:
1. Kal Fuller with $26,123.68
2. Garrett Chick with $23,136.44
3. Colton Campbell with $13,785.78
4. Cooper White with $9,960.83
5. Dillon Holyfield with $7,981.18
6. Mason Boettcher with $7,788.72
7. Cody McCluskey with $7,053.59
8. Jordan Tye with $5,579.04
9. Lane Lowry with $5,503.03
10. Brodi Jones with $5,337.61
Top 10 Heelers:
1. Payden Bray with $45,697.64
2. Wyatt Hansen with $20,037.58
3. Heath Williams with $15,053.88
4. Carson Johnson with $13,290.32
5. Michael Tash with $8,926.41
6. Drew Carnes with $7,829.56
7. Jerren Johnson with $7,161.00
8. Dylin Ahlstrom with $6,916.38
9. Clancey Kreutzer with $6,891.19
10. Brushton Minton with $6,507.22