EWC rodeo team competes at Colorado State

Keeley Puls
Posted 4/9/24

Six members of the EWC rodeo team advanced to the short-go at CSU.

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EWC rodeo team competes at Colorado State


LOVELAND, COLORADO – The Eastern Wyoming College Lancers traveled to Loveland, Colorado for the Skyline Stampede hosted by Colorado State University on April 5-7.

Six Lancer athletes made it back to the short go on Sunday.

It was a successful weekend for freshman Kyler Clark of Yoder. He and his partner from the University of Wyoming racked up an 8.2-second run in the long-go for team roping and clinched the average win with a 7.9-second run in the short-go.

“Going into the short round at seventh, we just wanted to make a clean run and see where that placed us,” Clark said. “I’m happy with how it turned out and hoping to finish strong at the next two rodeos.”

Team roping partners Bridger Amiotte, of Wall, South Dakota, and Dalton Moore, of Lower Brule, South Dakota, came back third in the short-go with a 7.7-second long-go run. The team finished out their weekend seventh in the average.

In calf roping, Cooper Phillipps, of Burwell, Nebraska, finished third in the average with 9.9- and 9.8-second runs, respectively.

Seth Glass, from Central City, Nebraska, finished out his weekend sixth in the aggregate with a matching 9.9-second run in the long-go and an 11.5-second run in the short-go.

Sitting second in the region for goat tying, RaeLee Caldwell of Gillette finished third in the average with a 7.2-second run in the long-go and an impressive short-go with a 6.6-second run.