Local riders qualify for national high school finals rodeo

Cedar's McKenna Coronado competes in cutting at the 2017 state finals in Heber City. Amanda Dilworth/Western Edge Photography

Three Cook trainees who compete for the Eastern Oregon Rodeo Group have applied for the National Finals High School Rodeo July 17-23 in Gillette, Wyoming.

Dysan Robb, Clark Norton as well as Brycen Martin got the national event through putting in the top four at the Oregon High School Rodeo Affiliation condition finals rodeo previously this month in Prineville.

Robb and also Norton both trained in kids cutting.

Robb finished second with 126 points, while Norton was actually third along with 103 points.

Cutting factors are actually largely based upon the rider’s top quality and also effectiveness in managing– for example, if the rider must shout to handle a cow, a factor is subtracted, while points are actually added if they perform the break in the core of the area.

In saddle bronc riding, Martin completed 4th with 103 points.

Cook competitors Colton Clark and Macey Moore completed in team roping yet failed to area in the leading 10.

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