Cut Bank’s Conway named All-Around Cowboy at Bigfork rodeo

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BIGFORK — The best was saved for last, at least in three events of the second annual Bigfork Summer Pro Rodeo.

The winning efforts were posted in Sunday’s rodeo finale in steer wrestling, tie-down roping and saddle bronc riding.

Ross Mosher of Augusta posted a time of 4.3 seconds to claim steer wrestling, Joe Harper, Paradise Valley, Nev., turned in an 85-point effort in saddle bronc and Logan Hofer, Magrath, Alberta, roped his calf in 9.1 seconds to claim the top spot in tie-down roping.

Cut Bank’s Nolan Conway won the All-Around Cowboy. Conway came away with $1,330 for his efforts in tie-down roping, steer wrestling and team roping. He posted a time of 5.4 to place fourth in steer wrestling, and he and partner Shawn Bird had a time of 6.4 to place sixth in team roping.

All-around cowboy: Nolan Conway, $1,330, tie-down roping, steer wrestling and team roping.

Bareback riding: 1. Tristan Hansen, 81 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Quattro, $1,383; 2. Trenten Montero, 80, $1,048; 3. Trevar McAllister, 79, $755; 4. Hunter Carlson, 78.5, $503; 5. Kirk St. Clair, 77, $293; 6. Buck Lunak, 76, $210.

Steer wrestling: 1. Ross Mosher, 4.3 seconds, $1,486; 2. Bart Slaney, 5.0, $1,230; 3. Scott Guenthner, 5.1, $973; 4. Nolan Conway, 5.4, $717; 5. Jordan Holland, 6.0, $461; 6. Cody Wiberg, 6.1, $256.

Team roping: 1. (tie) Travis Tryan/Justin Viles and Lane Ivy/Cesar de la Cruz, 4.4 seconds, $1,647 each; 3. Kal Fuller/Kasper Roy, 4.8, $1,302; 4. Brayden Parker/Justice Thompson, 5.1, $1,073; 5. Delon Parker/Ryan Zurcher, 5.7, $843; 6. Nolan Conway/Shawn Bird, 6.4, $613; 7. Colton Johns/Shawn Little, 6.5, $383; 8. Colby Oliver/Jacob Goddard, 6.6, $153.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Joe Harper, 85 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Pikuni Cougar, $1,681; 2. Allen Boore, 83, $1,274; 3. Sam Harper, 82, $917; 4. Taos Muncy, 79, $611; 5. Travis Nelson, 76, $357; 6. (tie) Tanner Butner and Ross Griffin, 75, $127 each.

Tie-down roping: 1. Logan Hofer, 9.1 seconds, $1,567; 2. (tie) Ryan Jarrett and Bryce Bott, 9.4, $1,162 each; 4. (tie) Sam Levine and Jesse Medearis, 10.2, $622 each; 6. Jack Graham, 10.4, $270.

Barrel racing: 1. Ivy Hurst, 15.21 seconds, $1,575; 2. Callahan Crossley, 15.24, $1,350; 3. Jennifer Sharp, 15.29, $1,125; 4. Kenna Kaminski, 15.34, $975; 5. Lindsay Kruse, 15.35, $750; 6. Casey Wagner, 15.36, $600; 7. Mary Walker, 15.40, $450; 8. (tie) Lacinda Rose and Keira Simonson, 15.41, $263 each; 10. Jana Perry, 15.43, $150.

Bull riding: * 1. Jayde Murphy, 83 points on New West Rodeo Productions’ Rooster’s Egg, $5,254; no other qualified rides. *(all totals include ground money).

Total payoff: $50,623. Stock contractor: New West Rodeo Productions. Rodeo secretary: Edie Longfellow. Officials: Royd Doyal and Del Nose. Timers: Nikki Whitford and Suzanne Wyrick-Weekes. Announcer: Ray Champ. Specialty act: Whistle-Nut Dent. Bullfighters: Jason McCall and Tyson Hutchison. Clown/barrelman: Whistle-Nut Dent. Flankmen: Craig Wentz, Cash Whitford and Fallon Wentz. Chute boss: Roy Whitford. Pickup men: David Lewis and Cody Williams. Photographer: Clay Guardipee. Music director: Bradley Narducci.

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