Few changes on final night of Bigfork PRCA rodeo

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BIGFORK — Five of the seven times/marks posted on Friday held up as the Bigfork Summer Pro Rodeo came to a close Saturday evening with its second performance.

The two events that changed hands on the final night were bareback riding, where Buck Lunak posted a 78-point go on Domino Warrior, to take first place, and in team roping with Brenten Hall and Chase Tryan, they ripped off a 5.4-second time to win that event.

Pascal Isabelle of Okotokos, Alberta, had a 77.5 point ride Friday to lead the bareback. He settled for second.

Will Powell and Caleb Gurdipee, who had the best team roping time for the first performance, drifted all the way back to fourth with their 6.5-second effort.

Chad Johnson won the all-around title for his placing in tie-down roping and team roping.

Two riders added scores in bull riding with Parker Breding leaving the arena with an 82 and Gerald Eash of Trego next with a 78.

Cole Wagner of Valier was the lone cowboy during the first performance to conquer the bulls with an 86 on Blackberry Smoke.

Both performances of the first PRCA event in Bigfork were sold out.

Bigfork Summer Pro Rodeo

Friday/Saturday

Final Results

All-around cowboy: Chad Johnson, $2,136, tie-down roping and team roping.

Bareback riding: 1. Buck Lunak, 78 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Domino Warrior, $1,303; 2. Pascal Isabelle, 77.5, $987; 3. (tie) Tristan Hansen and Shawn Perkins, 74, $592 each; 5. Cacheman Hill, 72, $276; 6. Wyatt Johnson, 71, $197.

Steer wrestling: 1. Scott Guenthner, 3.7 seconds, $1,636; 2. Bridger Chambers, 4.2, $1,354; 3. Tanner Milan, 5.0, $1,072; 4. (tie) Joseph Guze and Josh Boka, 5.1, $649 each; 6. Blake Knowles, 5.3, $282.

Team roping: 1. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 5.4 seconds, $1,622 each; 2. Clayton Hass/John Robertson, 5.9, $1,410; 3. Nolan Conway/Chad Johnson, 6.1, $1,199; 4. Will Powell/Caleb Guardipee, 6.5, $987; 5. Clayton Miller/Ross Wagner, 6.6, $776; 6. Shawn Bessette/Sid Sporer, 7.4, $564; 7. Chris Staley/Ty Schofield, 8.3, $353; 8. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 10.5, $141.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Travis Nelson, 82 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Pikuni Cougar, $1,470; 2. Rhett Fox, 81.5, $1,114; 3. Josh Davison, 79.5, $802; 4. (tie) Kolby Wanchuk and Tyler Friend, 78.5, $423 each; 6. Gerald Eash, 76, $223.

Tie-down roping: 1. Bradley Hays, 10.0 seconds, $1,431; 2. Haven Meged, 10.3, $1,184; 3. Chad Johnson, 11.5, $938; 4. Sam Levine, 11.6, $691; 5. Zane Holdbrook, 12.7, $444; 6. (tie) Jack Graham and Jade Gardner, 14.0, $123 each.

Barrel racing: 1. Brittney Barnett, 17.45 seconds, $1,449; 2. Callahan Crossley, 17.48, $1,242; 3. Tia Murphy, 17.69, $1,035; 4. Taylour Russell, 17.86, $897; 5. Whitney Levine, 17.88, $690; 6. Mikell Hougen, 17.97, $552; 7. Brooke Wilson, 17.98, $414; 8. (tie) Keira Simonson and Allie Novotny, 17.99, $241 each; 10. Ilyssa Glass, 18.03, $138.

Bull riding: * 1. Cole Wagner, 86 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Blackberry Smoke, $1,596; 2. Parker Breding, 82, $1,284; 3. Gerald Eash, 78, $1,012; no other qualified rides. *(all totals include ground money).

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Total payoff: $46,510. Stock contractor: New West Rodeo Productions. Rodeo secretary: Edie Longfellow. Officials: Del Nose and Ron Howard. Timers: Suzanne Wyrick-Weekes and Nikki Whitford. Announcer: Ray Champ. Bullfighters: Tyson Hutchison and Jamie Cox. Clown/barrelman: David Whitmoyer. Flankmen: Cash Whitford and Craig Wentz. Chute boss: Roy Whitford. Pickup men: Ryle Whitford, Cameron Brooks and David Lewis.

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