Resistol Rookie Roundup Presented by The Cowboy Channel: Recap, Highlights and Payouts

BY BRETT NIERENGARTEN @PRORODEOBRETT

For the second consecutive year the best up-and-coming talent in the world of rodeo gathered in the heart of Texas with more than $100,000 on the line at The Resistol Rookie Roundup presented by The Cowboy Channel.

The excitement and energy were palpable in Cowtown Coliseum as fans were treated to a show from their favorite rookies, such as Keenan Hayes, Cash Robb and Kalli McCall, making it clear that the future of rodeo is in good hands.

BAREBACK RIDING

First Round: 1. Bradlee Miller, 84.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Chrome Molly, $1,329; 2. (tie) Ty Pope and Jacek Frost, 84, $1,069 each; 4. Luke Thrash, 83, $809; 5. Sam Petersen, 82.5, $636; 6. (tie) Josh Parker and Keenan Hayes, 82, $376 each; 8. Kade Sonnier, 81, $116.

Semifinals: 1. Kade Sonnier, 86.5 points on United Pro Rodeo’s Whiskey Trip; 2. Keenan Hayes, 86; 3. Bradlee Miller, 83.5; 4. Sam Petersen, 89.5; 5. (tie) Ty Pope and Jacek Frost, 78 each; 7. Luke Thrash, 76; Josh Parker, NS.

Finals: 1. Keenan Hayes, 88 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo Co’s Faded Night, $2,500; 2. Kade Sonnier, 86, $1,500; 3. Bradlee Miller, 85.5, $1,000; 4. Sam Petersen, 84, $500.

STEER WRESTLING

First Round: 1. Cash Robb, 3.9 seconds, $1,329; 2. Bryar Byrne, 4.0, $1,156; 3. Mitch Hutto, 4.1, $982; 4. (tie) Clay Clayman and Dylan Hancock, 4.3, $722 each; 6. (tie) Cooper Hurt and Quint Bell, 4.4, $376 each; 8. Charles Johnston, 4.7, $116.

Semifinals: 1. Quint Bell, 3.3 seconds; 2. Cash Robb, 3.6; 3. (tie) Mitch Hutto and Dylan Hancock, 3.9; 5. Clay Clayman, 4.6; 6. Charles Johnston, 4.7; 7. Bryar Byrne, 6.3; 8. Cooper Hurt, NT.

Finals: 1. Cash Robb, 3.1 seconds, $2,500; 2. Quint Bell, 3.9, $1,500; 3. Mitch Hutto, 4.2, $1,000; 4. Dylan Hancock, 13.6, $500.

TEAM ROPING

First Round: 1. Trevor Olson/Clay Clayman, 4.9 seconds, $1,329 each; 2. Cole Thomas/Kaden Profili, 5.0, $1,156; 3. Kooper Branum/Cooper Freeman, 5.5, $982; 4. Will Eddleman/Dylan Hancock, 6.2, $809; 5. Kolby Krieger/Bo Yaussi, 6.3, $636; 6. Cole Frey/Colton Herrera, 6.4, $462; 7. Ross Mitchell/Cade Cowan, 7.2, $289; 8. Tyler Jackson/Josh Hamby, 12.7, $116.

Semifinals: 1. Cole Thomas/Kaden Profili, 4.9 seconds; 2. Trevor Olson/Clay Clayman, 5.2; 3. Ross Mitchell/Cade Cowan, 6.8; 4. Kooper Branum/Cooper Freeman, 10.1; 5. (tie) Cole Frey/Colton Herrera, Kolby Krieger/Bo Yaussi, Will Eddleman/Dylan Hancock and Tyler Jackson/Josh Hamby, NT.

Finals: 1. Cole Thomas/Kaden Profili, 4.9 seconds, $2,500 each; 2. Trevor Olson/Clay Clayman, 10.0, $1,500; 3. Ross Mitchell/Cade Cowan, NT, $1,000; 4. Kooper Branum/Cooper Freeman, NT, $500.

SADDLE BRONC RIDING

First Round: 1. Brandon Lansford, 84 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo Co’s Real Good Night, $1,329; 2. Ean Price, 82, $1,156; 3. Weston Patterson, 81.5, $982; 4. Stu Wright, 80.5, $809; 5. Sawyer Eirikson, 79, $636; 6. (tie) Garrett Long and Trey Elshere, 76, $376 each; 8. Cable Wareham, 75, $116.

Semifinals: 1. (tie) Garrett Long, on New Star Pro Rodeo’s Pin Cup and Cable Wareham, on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s California Kiss; 3. Stu Wright, 77; 4. Brandon Lansford, 64; 5. (tie) Trey Elshere, Ean Price, Sawyer Eirikson and Weston Patterson, NS.

Finals: 1. Garrett Long, 88 points on New Star Pro Rodeo’s South Point Buckle, $2,500; 2. Stu Wright, 85.5, $1,500; 3. Cable Wareham, 76, $1,000; 4. Brandon Lansford, 73, $500.

TIE-DOWN ROPING

First Round: 1. Dylan Hancock, 9.4 seconds, $1,329; 2. Carsyn Sunvison, 9.5, $1,156; 3. Quint Bell, 11.2, $982; 4. Cash Enderli, 11.3, $809; 5. Colton Greene, 11.8, $636; 6. Colten Wallis, 12.8, $462; 7. Word Hudson, 13.3, $289; 8. Brayden Roe, 19.1, $116.

Semifinals: 1. Braydon Roe, 9.0 seconds; 2. Colten Wallis, 10.3; 3. Quint Bell, 11.2; 4. (tie) Dylan Hancock, Word Hudson, Carsyn Sunvison, Colton Greene and Cash Enderli, NT.

Finals: 1. Brayden Roe, 8.7 seconds, $2,500; 2. Colten Wallis, 9.1, $1,500; 3. Dylan Hancock, 9.4, $1,000; 4. Quint Bell, 100.0, $500.

BARREL RACING

First Round: 1. Kaycee Killingsworth, 13.29 seconds, $1,329; 2. Kalli McCall, 13.31, $1,156; 3. Acey Pinkston, 13.45, $982; 4. Victoria Procter, 13.48, $809; 5. Madison McFall, 13.81, $636; 6. Grace Gardiner, 13.86, $462; 7. Rebecca St. Martin, 13.90, $289; 8. Alex Odle, 14.04, $116.

Semifinals: 1. Acey Pinkston, 13.35; 2. Kaycee Killingsworth, 13.44; 3. Kalli McCall, 13.47; 4. Victoria Proctor, 13.52; 5. Alex Odle, 13.54; 6. Rebecca St. Martin, 13.57; 7. Madison McFall, 13.66; 8. Grace Gardiner, 18.63.

Finals: 1. Kalli McCall, 13.50 seconds, $2,500; 2. Victoria Procter, 13.73, $1,500; 3. Kaycee Killingsworth, 18.38, $1,000; 4. Acey Pinkston, 18.39, $500.

BULL RIDING

*First Round: 1. T. Parker, 70 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo Co’s Untamed, $5,778; no other qualified rides.

Semifinals: 1. Tieler Cummings, 83 points on New Star Pro Rodeo’s Armed and Dangerous; 2. T.J. Schmidt, 79; 3. (tie) T. Parker, Kobe Whitford, Zach Miles, Deklan Garland, Colt Rohrig and Luke Mast, NS. **

Finals: 1. Tieler Cummings, NS, $2,667; 2. T.J. Schmidt, NS, $1,667; 3. T. Parker, NS, $1,167. qualified rides. *(all totals include ground money). **(Placing for finals is based on scores from semifinals, then first round score).

BREAKAWAY ROPING

First Round: 1. Erika Frost, 2.5 seconds, $1,329; 2. (tie) Kayley Kennemer and Bethany Stallons, 2.7, $1,069 each; 4. Jade Kenney, 3.2, $809; 5. Sami McGuire, 3.6, $636; 6. Emily Gately, 3.7, $462; 7. Quincy Sullivan, 3.9, $289; 8. Cassidy Weber, 4.2, $116.

Finals: 1. Quincy Sullivan, 3.0 seconds, $2,500; 2. Kayley Kennemer, 100.0, $1,500; 3. Emily Gately, 101.0, $1,000; 4. Sami McGuire, 102.0, $500.

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