The second performance of the 21 and under rodeo was Wednesday night at the North Texas Fair and Rodeo featuring the up-and-coming talent in the rodeo world.
Girls’ breakaway roping was a close contest with Sanger cowgirl Caylee Akins roping her calf in 2.9 seconds for the win. Riley Caballero, of Sunset, and Paycee Edgett, of Alvord, both stopped the clock in 3.1 seconds to split second place.
There were no qualified rides in the bareback bronc and saddle bronc events.
Hometown cowboy Riley Webb, a longtime competitor at the North Texas Fair and Rodeo, won the boys tie-down roping with his time of 8.4 seconds. Placing second at 9.4 seconds was Garrett Parker, of Alvord. Third place went to Daniel Dunham, of Whitesboro, with a 10.7.
David Daugherty, of Pilot Point, and Luke Osborn, of Springtown, put up a 6.7-second time to take the win in the team roping. A 10.2-second run was good for second place for Dillon Ishman and Tyler Ishman, of Poolville, and placing third was the team of Dillon Ishman and Luke Osborn at 14.8 seconds.
Hillsboro cowgirl Saige Brown won girls goat tying with her time of 8.8 seconds. Splitting second place were Ellie Schreck and Anna Marie Shreck, of Murphy, who both had an 11.0-second run.
Alvord’s Harley Hunt was the winner in the barrel racing with a time of 17.95 seconds, beating the Covington cowgirl Bailey Knepper’s 17.96. Third place with an 18.04 was Kylee Scribner, of Decatur.
There were no qualified rides in the bull riding.