Hansen places at the Reno Rodeo; Bray wins the average at the Ponoka Stampede; Rich places at the Reno Rodeo and more Resistol Rookie team roping updates

With big money to be won over the Cowboy Christmas run, the team roping Resistol Rookie contenders are not backing down. 

Ryan Reed and Wyatt Hansen placed fourth in the average at the Crooked River Roundup in Prineville, Oregon with a time of 21.6-seconds on two head, worth $595 a man. They won the final round at the Reno (Nevada) Rodeo with a 5.3-second-run, worth $1,378 a man. They tied David Key and Rich Skelton for second in the average with a time of 17.4-seconds on three head, worth $5,427 a man. Hansen is currently first in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $17,964.59.

Paden Bray, who is heeling for 2017 World Champion Header Erich Rogers, placed second at the Augusta (Montana) American Legion Rodeo with a time of 5.6-seconds, worth $931 a man. They also placed third in the first round at the Ponoka (Alberta) Stampede with a 6.3-second-run, worth $1,323 a man, first in the second round with a 5.2-second-run, worth $1,642 a man, and won the average with a time of 19.9-seconds on three head, worth $2,463 a man. Bray is third in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $11,030.39.

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Paden Bray in contention for 2019 Resistol Heeling Rookie Title

Paden Bray, who is heeling for Erich Rogers, is currently third in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $11,030.39.

Douglas Rich, who is heeling for Texas’ Cory Clark, placed fifth in the average at the Reno Rodeo with a tine of 18.2-seconds on three head, worth $3,227 a man. They placed third in the final round with a 5.6-second-run, worth $903 a man. Clark and Rich added a total of $4,130 to each of their earnings. Rich is currently seventh in the Resistol Rookie standings with $4,129.54.

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Kal Fuller continues to stay in the number-one position in the Resistol Rookie heading standings. He and partner Kasper Roy placed fourth at the Augusta (Montana) American Legion Rodeo with a 5.9-second-run, worth $543 a man. Then at the Ponoka Stampede, Fuller and Roy tie for 10th with Keeley and Logan Bonnett and Grady Branden and Colten Fletcher with a 6.7-second-run, worth $92 a man. Then won the final round with a 6.1-second-run, worth $1,000 a man. Fuller and Roy placed sixth in the average with a time of 22.3-seconds on three head, adding $1,163 to each of their earnings. Fuller now has a total of $15,538.87 in Resistol Rookie earnings.

Dylin Ahlstrom and Taylor Winn placed third at the Lehi (Utah) Roundup with a 7.3-second-run, worth $1,037 a man. They also placed seventh in the average at the Reno Rodeo with a time of 20.3-seconds on three head, worth $1,467 a man. Ahlstrom is ninth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standings with $3,676.24.

Texas’ Mason Boettcher, who is heading for New Mexico’s Eddie Medina, placed fourth in the average at West Of The Pecos (Texas) Rodeo with a time of 16.3-seconds on two head, worth $1,292 a man. They tied Ty Bach and Trey Johnson for third in the second round with a 7.2-second-run, worth $1,015 a man. They added a total of $2,307 to each of their earnings. Boettcher is fourth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $5,767.18.

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Nebraska’s Cooper and Tucker White placed fourth at the Roughrider Days Rodeo in Dickinson, North Dakota with a 5.5-second-run, worth $1,344 a man. Cooper is now sixth in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $5,388.69.

2019 College National Finals Rodeo’s All-Around Cowboy champion Colton Campbell, who is heading for California’s Dalton Pearce, tied Brooks Dahozy and Walt Woodard and Rhen Richard and Clint Summers for sixth in the second round at the Reno (Nevada) Rodeo with a 5.3-second-run, worth $978 a man. Campbell is second in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $12,669.52.

Texas’ Garrett Chick and 2018 Resistol Rookie heeling champion Ross Ashford tied Tate Kirchenschlager and Buddy Hawkins II for fifth in the average at the West Of The Pecos (Texas) Rodeo with a time of 17.3-seconds on two head, worth $646 a man. Chick is third in the Resistol Rookie heading standings with $11,859.70.

Wyoming’s Carson Johnson, who is heeling for brother and 2018 CNFR champion header Kellan Johnson, placed fifth in the first round at West Of The Pecos (Texas) Rodeo with a 7.8-second-run, worth $554 a man. Carson is fifth in the Resistol Rookie heeling standigs with $5,181.48.

Top 10 Headers:

1. Kal Fuller with $15,538.87

2. Colton Campbell with $12,669.52

3. Garrett Chick with $11,859.70

4. Mason Boettcher with $5,767.18 

5. Lane Lowry with $5,503.03

6. Cooper White with $5,388.69

7. Brodi Jones with $4,651.34 

8. Clayton Eggers with $4,355.53

9. Justin Farber with $3,893.17

10. Cody McCluskey with $3,686.98

Top 10 Heelers:

1. Wyatt Hansen with $17,964.59 

2. Heath Williams with $13,885.03

3. Payden Bray with $11,030.39

4. Michael Tash with $7,747.65

5. Carson Johnson with $5,181.48 

6. Brushton Minton with $4,787.96

7. Douglas Rich with $4,129.54

8. Jerren Johnson with $3,987.28

9. Dylin Ahlstrom with $3,676.24 

10. Carl Sweazea with $3,115.38

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