Riggen Hughes was one of only three bull riders to cover on the first go-round at the Texas High School Rodeo Association state finals in Abilene this week. He did not record a time in the second go, and the short-go is scheduled for Saturday.
The Goldthwaite FFA Junior Rodeo is June 12-13 at 7:30 p.m at the T.A. Head Arena. Event winners and the all-around cowboy and cowgirl will earn buckles.
Kenlee Turner stayed in first in the WTJCT Girls 13-14 standings with her second victory in two tournaments on the tour this year. On Tuesday, she shot 90 at Brownwood Country Club for a 15-stroke victory.
Victoria Procter, who graduated from Lampasas High School last month, placed third in 1D barrel racing with a time of 18.1 in Liberty Hill on Saturday. It was her last competition before heading to this week’s Texas High School Rodeo Association State Finals in Abilene. The state finals will continue through Saturday at the Taylor County Expo Center. Her sister, Katie Procter, will compete in pole bending at state on June 9.
Mike Wiley is organizing an upcoming tournament at Hancock Park Golf Course, the Show Me the Money tournament. The event also will include a shootout on June 26, a shamble on June 27 and low-ball format on the 28th. Wiley said there is a full field, with a waiting list.