The Eastern Wyoming College men’s rodeo team is on a roll. After another solid performance from the team this past weekend in Fort Collins at the CSU rodeo, they now lead the Central Rocky Mountain Regional standings with 3053 points. The University of Wyoming is in second place with 2770 points followed by Gillette College with 2720.
Individually, Lancer team ropers Derek Weinreis, sophomore, Beach, ND and partner Levi O’Keeffe, sophomore, Mohall, ND won their event with a total time of 16.1 seconds on two runs.
In the tie-down roping, Troy Wilcox, sophomore, Red Owl, SD, finished the weekend in second place in the average.
Sophomore Tyler Wortman, Highmore, SD, had a great weekend in the steer wrestling and finished in third place.
Mardee Sierks, sophomore, Brewster, NE, was fifth in the long go of the goat tying. In the short round, she tied her goat in 7.0 seconds which placed her fourth in the average.
“We had a great rodeo at CSU which put our men’s team back into first place in the regional standings. This region is very competitive. It will come down to the last rodeo to see who qualifies for the finals,” shared Coach Jake Clark. “Several of our students have moved up in the standings. The top three in each event will qualify for the CNFR.”
The EWC rodeo team will host the annual Lancer Rodeo on April 5th, 6th and 7th at the Goshen County Pavilion.
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