Derrick Begay and Colter Todd go Two-for-Two in San Antonio to be Semifinals Bound

Wins in Round 1 and 2 mean Derrick Begay and Colter Todd will return to San Antonio on Feb. 22 and 23.

The second round of team roping for Bracket 4 of the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo but along trouble but that did not stop Derrick Begay and Colter Todd. The duo roped a 4.7 to get the Round 2 win by almost a full second.

“We were towards the bottom of the list today and they guys at the top kind of had some trouble so a 6.4 was winning it when we went in. So we wanted to win a little bit so we went for the catch,” Begay said.

It worked out just right and winning it makes leaving the family ranch worth it for Todd.

Begay and Todd head into San Antonio’s Semifinals as the No. 2 team from Bracket 2 with $4,750 earned a piece.

Dustin Egusquiza and Levi Lord are the defending San Antonio champions and they are one step closer to the Finals. Two Go-Round wins for them also landed them at the top of the bracket.

The two teams that round it out are Erich Rogers and Paul Eaves along with Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira. Rogers and Eaves placed in two rounds to bring their total to $3,500 while Round 3 was Driggers and Nogueira’s chance. They placed second to squeeze into the Top 4 and move on.

Bracket 4 brought some of team ropings best out to San Antonio and we will see four teams again in the Semifinals on Feb. 22 and 23.

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