Bull Rider Scott Wells Conquers Two in San Angelo to the Champion

Scott Wells is the only cowboy to cover two bulls in San Angelo and he walks away with the title.

Scott Wells came into the Final Round of the San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo with an NFR bucking bull by his name. Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Twilight Zone is a heavy hitter in the arena.

Wells went on to be the only cowboy to ride in the Finals to cash in on over $12,000.

“Yeah, this is good and the best rodeo I’ve been to so far,” Wells said.

His Round 1 match up added up to an 86 and when paired with his 85.5 on Twilight Zone, Wells has earned his way into the Top 50 in the World.

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