Clayton Sellars has been flying up the world standings and made another big jump at the Reno Xtreme Bulls, winning both the Long Round and the Short Round to earn more than $20,000 and his second X Bulls win of the season. 

The 23-year-old said afterward having Reno canceled in 2020 made the return even sweeter and that he was excited to get on some of the bulls from the rodeo companies in the Western part of the country. 

Sellars, a Florida native, rode Gangster for 88.5 points in the Long Round and Renegade for 90.5 points in the Short Round. He finished seven points clear in the average of World No. 1 Sage Kimzey, who was the only other cowboy to ride both of his bulls in Reno. 

RENO XTREME BULLS RECAP 

First round: 1. Clayton Sellars, 88.5 points on Western Rodeos' Gangster, $5,436; 2. Jordan Spears, 87.5, $4,167; 3. Boudreaux Campbell, 87, $3,080; 4. Stetson Dell Wright, 86.5, $1,993; 5. Koby Radley, 86, $1,268; 6. Brady Portenier, 85, $906; 7. Sage Kimzey, 84.5, $725; 8. Trevor Kastner, 84, $544.

SELLARS' 88.5-POINT RIDE 

SPEARS' 87.5-POINT RIDE 

CAMPBELL'S 87-POINT RIDE 

Finals: 1. Clayton Sellars, 90.5 points on Big Stone Rodeo Inc's Renegade, $6,523; 2. Sage Kimzey, 87.5, $5,556; no other qualified rides.

SELLARS' 90.5-POINT RIDE 

Average: 1. Clayton Sellars, 179 points on two head, $9,059; 2. Sage Kimzey, 172, $6,945; 3. Jordan Spears, 87.5 on one head, $5,134; 4. Boudreaux Campbell, 87, $3,322; 5. Stetson Dell Wright, 86.5, $2,114; 6. Koby Radley, 86, $1,510; 7. Brady Portenier, 85, $1,208; 8. Trevor Kastner, 84, $906. *(all totals include ground money).