Alberta High School Rodeo 2012 Champions

Ponoka, AB: The 2012 Alberta High School Finals Rodeo wrapped up this afternoon at the Ponoka Stampede grounds. It was a bit windy and rainy today but that didn’t phase any of the contestants one bit.

Highlighting the weekend had to be Cawl Braithwaite making two matching 86 point bull rides to win the Finals Bull Riding Title. Check out his rides at the end of the story.

Congratulations to all of those contestants making their way to the National Finals in Rock Springs, WY this July as well as the Silver State International Rodeo in Winnemuca, NV in a couple weeks along with the Canadian High School Finals in Virden, MB in early August.

Provincial Champions

All Around Cowboy: Kolton Schmidt

All Around Cowgirl: Jessa Galloway

Bareback: Kody Lamb

Pole Bending: Rachel Madsen

Tie Down Roping: Kolton Schmidt

Girls Cutting: Tamara Davies

Boys Cutting: Shelton Stretch

Breakaway Roping: Darby Wilkinson

Saddle Bronc: Layton Green

Goat Tying: Dana Spitzke

Steer Wrestling: Levi Lloyd

Barrel Racing: Tara Wilkinson

Team Roping: Kyle Lucas & Clint Weston

Bull Riding: Brant Jones

 

Finals Champions

Bareback: Kody Lamb

Pole Bending: Sydney Daines

Tie Down Roping: Kolton Schmidt

Breakaway Roping: Susan Gulick

Saddle Bronc: Layton Green

Goat Tying: Dana Spitzke

Barrel Racing: Lindsay Woolsey

Team Roping: Devin Wigemyr & Trey Gallais

Steer Wrestling: Levi Lloyd

Bull Riding: Cawl Braithwaite

Cawl Braithwaite 86 on Little Jimmy for the Day 2 win

Braithwaite is 86 again on his own family’s bull by the name of Raymond to win Day 3 and the Average title.

 

All of this year’s champions will be ones to watch in the future! It’s great to see what high school rodeo does for our sport. I know I sure wouldn’t be where I am today without being a part of it when I was growing up.

Best of luck to everyone this summer at all of the different finals as well as all the other events you’ll be going to.

Congratulations to all of this year’s graduates as well. We look forward to seeing your careers as they go from here.

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