Wade Woodbury and Julian Lopez, both from New Mexico, took home $32,720 after securing the average win in the Ariat World Series of Team Roping's #11.5 Mega-Qualifier at Rancho Rio in Wickenburg, Arizona, with a time of 31.41 seconds on four head. Lopez also added another $8,920 to his earnings after placing third with header Jose Ortega. 

Full Results

1. Wade Woodbury and Julian Lopez, 31.41 seconds on four head, worth $32,720

2. Tyler Montano and Dawson Lackey, 31.48 seconds on four head, worth $25,280

3. Jose Ortega and Julian Lopez, 34.16 seconds on four head, worth $17,840

4. Elijah Soto and Cliff Garrison, 34.20 seconds on four head, worth $13,380

5. Chuck Henderson and Larry W Gleave, 35.69 seconds on four head, worth $11,900

6. Tammy Ellerman and Ty Trammell, 36.60 seconds on four head, worth $10,400

7. Brett Martin and Wyatt Christensen, 36.88 seconds on four head, worth $8,920

8. Eduardo Espinoza and Federico Acosta Pinon, 37.95 seconds on four head, worth $7,440

9. Alfredo Martinez and Delbert Platero, 38.49 seconds on four head, worth $5,940

10. Martin Contreras and Evan Anderson, 38.57 seconds on four head, worth $5,940

11. Ron Cheatham and Ben Bub Mays, 39.14 seconds on four head, worth $4,460

12. Bret Steele and Dusty Taylor, 39.32 seconds on four head, worth $4,460

13. Arianna Stegall and Pedro Egurrola, 40.50 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

14. Jonathan Bejar and Luis Iglesias, 40.79 seconds on four head, worth $1,000

Short-Go Fast Time

1. Jo Merritt and Reed Merritt, 12.81 seconds, worth $1,000

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