The Score BONUS: USTRC National Finals XXXI Day 2 Wrap Up
The Score co-host Kaitlin Gustave sat down with the champions of the #13.5 Shootout, the YETI Junior Open and the #12.5 Shootout champions and The Score Host Chelsea Shaffer snuck in to talk to the Open Roping champions at the USTRC National Finals XXXI, presented by Cinch, brought to you by Resistol.

Day two of the USTRC National Finals XXXI is finished and we caught up with the winners of the #13.5 Shootout, Kohl Whiteman and Austyn Ford, after they roped four head in 27.23 seconds, worth $39,100, the YETI Junior Open champions Peyton Walters and JR Gonzales, who roped four head in 27.55 seconds, worth $16,000, the Open Roping champions Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira, who stopped the clock in 31.82 seconds on five head, worth $33,000 and the #12.5 Shootout Champions Clarke Gordon and Corey Reid, after they roped four head in 31.75 seconds, worth $43,340.

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