22 Apr 19
(Pictures: HBO/BBC/ One has bloodshed, betrayal, death, sexual debauchery and violence and the other is Game Of Thrones. But EastEnders isn’t so different from George R R Martin’s novels and the HBO series – to the point where we think that Westeros is basically Walford with a bit more of a budget. If you are a Thrones fan and sit there in the comfort that your favourite series is completely genius and original then prepare to have your heart ripped out and thrown to Ramsay Snow’s hounds. Or Wellard. Disclaimer to avoid my Twitter account going into meltdown: I KNOW how long ago the books came out and I am not ACTUALLY suggesting that George R R Martin sits and gets his ideas from EastEnders. It’s just a bit of fun, lads. And for those quite far behind in Game of Thrones, there are spoilers. Same for EastEnders, actually. 1. Tyrion’s relationship Tywin is Ben’s relationship with Phil Always looked upon as the runt of the family, these two would have done anything to win their father’s approval but always get knocked back in the end. Tyrion eventually had enough and crossbowed his dad while he was on the toilet. Phil better look out for Ben coming to ‘slap him down’ – it’s already begun… 2. Cersei and Jaime’s illicit affair is #Shannis Who cares if siblings are getting it on if they are in love? Okay, society maybe and the law. But Cersei and Jaime weren’t the first family members in the world to fall into this trap (not that they see it that way) – Sharon and Dennis were basically brother and sister given they shared a dad as well as a bed. And the whole nation seemed to ship them. 3. Jon Snow coming back from the dead is Den Watts (Picture: BBC/HBO/ Oh wow, a back from the dead twist? ‘Been there, done that,’ thought Den Watts as Jon Snow was brought back by Melisandre. While we have no idea if it was a woman in red who pulled Den from the canal when he supposedly died, he came back in one piece eventually. Mind you he ended up dying again which doesn’t bode well for Jon Snow. 4. Jaime as a redeemed killer is Max Branning Remember in episode one of Game Of Thrones when King Slayer Jaime tried to murder child Bran Stark when he caught him in bed with his sister? And remember when Max Branning was killing Steven Beale, torching a restaurant with Jane inside and then blackmailing her out of town? Nah, nor does anyone else, they’re just getting on with their lives and we’re pretty much rooting for them. 5. Sansa Stark is basically Stacey Fowler Sansa Stark has been married to a depraved monster of a king, lost her father and brother and been torn apart from the rest of her family, been forced into more marriages and been brutally raped on her wedding night. But she remains a badass, turning her never ending agony into strength where she now owns anyone who dares cross her. She is Game Of Thrones’ very own Stacey Fowler. 6. Babies being sacrificed to White Walkers is practically the controversial baby swap storyline Okay maybe not quite the same thing but remember that controversial plot which saw Ronnie swap her dead baby with Kat and Alfie’s son Tommy? It left a very bad taste in the mouths of viewers and left us shouting and screaming at our screens, a very similar reaction to what GoT was going for when we had to witness a baby be sacrificed to the Night King and be turned into a White Walker. 7. Multiple deaths at weddings? Sounds familiar. Plenty of people have died on their wedding day in EastEnders – from Stella Crawford through to Bradley Branning. But Game of Thrones just had to top that with an all out massacre at the Red Wedding. Not one to be outdone, EastEnders went for a Blue Wedding. In that Ronnie and Roxy died in the deep blue depths. 8. Who killed Joffrey is every Walford whodunnit ever (Picture: HBO/ When a villain spends their time pissing everyone off and ranking up the enemies and an episode follows with everyone getting a turn of their malice and then glaring with rage at them, you just know what comes next. Who killed Joffrey was a take on a very familiar EastEnders trope from who shot Phil and who murdered Archie right through to the major success of who killed Lucy. GoT wanted a bit of the whodunnit pie – while Joffrey enjoyed his last bite of pie on his wedding day. 9. Joffrey forcing Tyrion to eat the book is Trevor forcing Little Mo to eat her dinner Speaking of that wedding day and the tyrant that is Joffrey, the man was basically violent control freak Trevor Morgan. He tortured wife Sansa and played hellish mind games and one memorable scene saw him destroy a book Tyrion had bought him as a gift and then force him to try and eat it. Much like that horrific Christmas Day scene which saw Trevor pour huge amounts of gravy on Little Mo’s dinner before physically forcing her face into it. Thankfully, both evil men got what they deserved in the end. 10. Tywin sleeping with Shae is Den sleeping with Zoe Tyrion’s heartbreak to find the one woman he ever loved, Shae, in bed with his father Tywin after betraying him in court led him to take the ultimate revenge. And Tywin’s actions were very similar to sleazy Den creeping son Dennis’ girlfriend Zoe into his own bed. Shudder. 11. Dragons protecting their mother is the Mitchell brothers standing up for Peggy (Picture: HBO/BBC/ The Mother Of Dragons will never be touched if her dragons are around – as armies and enemies have learned to their fiery peril. And anyone who messes with a Mitchell – particularly the late, great matriarch Peggy, got the same treatment from her own dragons Grant and Phil. 12. Cersei blowing up the Scepter is Phil torching the Vic Do you ever get so out of control that you take explosive action with huge consequences? Phil and Cersei can relate. On a drug fuelled binge, Phil couldn’t be stopped as he set fire to the pub with everyone still inside it. Cersei had only had a few glasses of her favourite red wine and was a little more calculating when she destroyed the Scepter but it was basically the same end result. Except Cersei’s death toll was higher and regret level much, much lower. 13. Varys knowing all the gossip is Dot Branning Varys relies on his little birds to keep him abreast of the situation in Westeros and keep himself one step ahead – but if he aspires to be as in the know as gossiping busybody Dot Branning then he has a long way to go. I’m just waiting for him to mutter to Jon: ‘Now I ain’t one for gossip, you know that, but my birds tell me…’ 14. Littlefinger’s intricate schemes are as wild as Stuart Highway’s When Stuart Highway plans out a long running scheme, he really goes for it. Who’d have thought he’d go to the lengths of having himself shot and getting Mick framed before then stealing his life just for a simple bit of revenge? Littlefinger has an ounce more subtlety but, like Stuart, he enjoys the long game and no-one should ever, ever trust him. Especially when he is being nice. 15. The Moon Door at the Eyrie is the Queen Vic roof Many people have fallen down the Moon Door at the Vale – much to the entertainment of slightly unhinged Robin. Used as a punishment at the Eyrie, the Moon Door is Westeros’ Queen Vic roof, which has seen Bradley, Abi and Lauren Branning all plunge to the ground below. 16. The man with many faces is Ben Mitchell Also known as the Man with No Face, he can change appearance at will and trained Arya in how to do the same. He serves the Many Faced God, which we can only assume is Ben Mitchell, who has so far had six faces. Lola to Ben: ‘What is a boy’s name?’ Ben: ‘A boy has no name.’ Doof doof… [metro-zone-post-strip]
22 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Granville Middle School has announced its honor and earnings list for the third quarter. honor roll SEVENTH GRADE: Lilly Barton, Spencer Beckett, Brooke Beichler, Kara Bergeron, Abigail Bergstrom, Hannah Bishop, Addison Brannon, Isabella Busack, Quinn Buttermore, Skylar Carman, Bailey Chodak, Teresa Collins, Olivia Cunningham, Rachel Curtis, Kayce Dixon, Leelan Durham Alison Ernsberger, Emma Federer, Kara […]

22 Apr 19

I watch the withering flowers…

22 Apr 19
Consequence of Sound
A couple of veteran California-based punk-rock acts will hit the road together for a late summer North American trek, as Social Distortion and Flogging Molly will embark on a co-headlining tour. Along for the ride will be The Devil Makes Three and Le Butcherettes. The trek kicks off August 13th in Irving, Texas, and runs through a September 29th show in Mesa, Arizona. Tickets for the tour go on sale to the general public Friday (April 26th) at this location, with special pre-sales starting as early as tomorrow. Once shows sell out, tickets will also be available at StubHub. Social Distortion are celebrating 40 years as a band, having formed in 1979, with frontman Mike Ness as the one constant member throughout the run. When we asked Ness last year about 2019 marking the band’s 40th anniversary, he told us, “Well, I didn’t think I was gonna live this long, for one, but I was one of those guys who wanted to be a rock star since I was 5 years old, so I wanted the band to become successful, even when it wasn’t considered cool to be successful, in punk rock.” It’s been eight years since Social D released a new album, 2011’s Hard Times and Nursery Rhymes, and Ness told us that he was set to be in pre-production on a new LP the first few months of this year. However, he added that a 2019 release “would be nice, for sure, but I don’t want to just rush a record to meet a deadline. This record is really important for our career. I want to make a f*ckin’ statement. I want to write the record of my career.” [See Also: Mike Ness on 40 Years of Social Distortion, New Album Plans, and More] Meanwhile, Flogging Molly most recently delivered their brand of Celtic punk on 2017’s Life Is Good, and have been touring behind their sixth album ever since. The band previously announced the 2019 edition of their Salty Dog Cruise, which also features Frank Turner, Pennywise, Stiff Little Fingers, and others. The punk-fueled boat trip will set sail from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on November 8th. Social Distortion, Flogging Molly, The Devil Makes Three and Le Butcherettes Tour Dates: 08/13 – 
Irving, TX @ The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory 08/14 – Houston, TX @ 
Revention Music Center 08/16 – Orlando, Fl @ Orlando Amphitheatre 08/17 – 
Atlanta, GA @ 
Coca Cola Roxy 08/18 – Raleigh, NC @ 
Red Hat Amphitheater 08/20 – Pittsburgh, PA @ 
Stage AE 08/21 – 
Baltimore, MD @ Mecu Pavilion 08/23 – 
Virginia Beach, VA @ 
Veterans United Home Loans 08/24 – 
Philadelphia, PA @ 
The Met Philadelphia 08/25 – 
New York, NY @ 
Rooftop at Pier 17 08/27 – Buffalo, NY @ 
Canalside 08/28 – 
Boston, MA @ 
Rockland Trust Bank Pavilion 08/30 – Westbrook, ME @ 
Maine Savings Pavilion – Rock Row 08/31 – 
Asbury Park, NJ @ 
Stone Pony 09/03 – 
Toronto, ON @ 
Echo Beach 09/04 – Cleveland, OH @ Jacobs Pavilion 09/06 – Sterling Heights, MI @ 
Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill 09/07 – Chicago, IL @ Huntington Bank Pavilion at Northerly Island 09/08 – Minneapolis, MN @ 
The Armory 09/10 – 
Des Moines, IA @ 
Water Works Park 09/11 – 
Council Bluffs, IA @ 
Harrah’s Council Bluffs 09/13 – Denver, CO @ Mission Ballroom * 09/17 – Bonner, MT @ Kettlehouse Amphitheater 09/18 – Nampa, ID @ Ford Idaho Center 09/20 – Portland, OR @ 
Veterans Memorial Coliseum 09/21 – Seattle, WA @ 
Wamu Theater 09/22 – 
Eugene, OR @ Cuthbert Amphitheatre 09/24 – Sacramento, CA @ Papa Murphy’s Park 09/26 – Berkeley, CA @ The Greek Theatre – Berkeley 09/27 – Paso Robles, CA @ 
Vina Robles Amphitheatre 09/28 – 
Las Vegas, NV @ 
Downtown Las Vegas Events Center 09/29 – Mesa, AZ @ Mesa Amphitheater * = no The Devil Makes Three [cos-videojs-footer id=”punksonfilmhowhollywoodfailstocapturepunkrock-1555532622322,nirvanaheartshapedboxannotated-1506027036366,tourstoplimpbizkit2cthreedaysgrace2ceminem-1554498819346,gunsne28099roses26davegrohlparadisecity28tulsa2cok201729-1510757900870,aliceinchainstop5videos-1533702099890″]
22 Apr 19

All of the can’t-miss live shows coming up in Los Angeles this week.

22 Apr 19
Miss W Book Reviews

Y’all! I am so excited About “A Killer Latte” Book Six in the Super Popular Killer Coffee Series by Tonya Kappes. Did you see how I said Y’all? I am from New England and we don’t say that here, but I can’t help myself after reading this Cozy Southern Mystery Series. The first book I […]

22 Apr 19
The Oily Guru

  It’s possible to help reduce mosquito populations around your house without using nasty chemicals. Did you know that dragonflies are the biggest predators of mosquitos and can eat hundreds of them a day? This makes them a great addition to your garden and the safest natural pest control. They keep mosquito population in check. […]

22 Apr 19
The Oily Guru

The most amazing thing about baking soda is that it’s very cheap. You can do all these things for a very small cost.

22 Apr 19
Hot Pipes Podcasts & Broadcasts

The Music of Victor Herbert Revisted Name Artist Album Year Comments Spanish Serenade Lyn Larsen Paradise Revisited [Musical Contrasts CD] 1995 5-80 Wurlitzer, Sanfilippo Residence, Barrington IL Kiss Me Again Ernest Broadbent The Organist Entertains [BBC Records REC 72M] 3-13 Wurlitzer, Empress Ballroom, Blackpool A Naughty Marietta Medley Bill Vlasak An Hour With Bill [WJV […]

22 Apr 19
Hot Pipes Podcasts & Broadcasts

The Music of Victor Herbert Revisted Name Artist Album Year Comments Spanish Serenade Lyn Larsen Paradise Revisited [Musical Contrasts CD] 1995 5-80 Wurlitzer, Sanfilippo Residence, Barrington IL Kiss Me Again Ernest Broadbent The Organist Entertains [BBC Records REC 72M] 3-13 Wurlitzer, Empress Ballroom, Blackpool A Naughty Marietta Medley Bill Vlasak An Hour With Bill [WJV […]

22 Apr 19
Thiel College Rhetoric

The Dilemma It shouldn’t surprise anyone that critics can be a little harsh. In any field of work (or any comment section on a Youtube video), you’ll see someone absolutely go off. While it can be helpful to read reviews before making any financial investments, it can also be stifling to subconsciously conform to the […]

22 Apr 19
Red Bluff Daily News
RED BLUFF — A hometown girl won a gold buckle at the Red Bluff Round-Up. Nellie Miller, the 2017 barrel racing world champ and a native of Cottonwood, Calif. won the title with a time of 34.38 seconds on two runs. She’s attended the Round-Up since she was a little girl, and to win it was special. “It’s a real honor,” she said. “We have a lot of family and friends here, so it’s neat to win it in front of everybody.” Miller rode her eleven-year-old mare, Rafter W Minnie Reba (Sister), for the rodeo. The horse, raised by Miller and her parents, Sam and Roxy Williams, carried Miller to her 2017 world title and is part of the family. “We raised her from the time she was a baby. She’s been an outstanding part of our program.” Sister loves to hear the crowd cheer, and when Miller’s name is announced, the Red Bluff fans get loud. “She was pretty fired up today. The crowd gets her going. (Red Bluff) is one of the few times I can actually hear the crowd. I don’t usually pay attention to it, but they’re so loud here when we run, it’s so much fun.” Miller is ranked first in the Women’s Pro Rodeo Association barrel racing standings, after having won Rodeo Houston, and the Round-Up adds to her winnings. “Houston definitely set us up nice,” she said. Having a good lead will allow her to be able to not have to rodeo so hard this summer. “This will help things keep going in our direction. Hopefully we can ease up this summer when it gets real busy.” Her horse Sister, a blue roan, is the 2017 AQHA Barrel Horse of the Year honors. Hunter Cure split the steer wrestling title at the 2019 Red Bluff Round-Up with Stetson Jorgensen. (Photo by Hubbell Photography) Two steer wrestlers have won themselves a Red Bluff Round-Up buckle. Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas, and Stetson Jorgensen, Blackfoot, Idaho, tied for the steer wrestling title to each win the average with a time of 21.8 seconds on four head. Cure, a two-time world champion, came into the final round on Sunday, April 21 in second place behind Jorgensen. During the final round, Cure turned in a time of 4.9 seconds, while Jorgensen needed to be 5.6 seconds or faster to beat him. Jorgensen had a time of 5.7 seconds to tie with Cure. For Cure, it’s been eight years since he’s competed in Red Bluff, and he’s having the best spring of his career. Family and ranch obligations have kept him away from the California rodeos, but this year, he came west. “This year, I felt like the timing fit. We didn’t have an exorbitant amount of work at home so I made it work.” His next job at home, on the ranch he and his mom operate, will be to ship yearlings of off wheat the beginning of May. Cure won second place at the American Rodeo in Arlington, Texas in March, then won the Oakdale, California rodeo last weekend. Jorgensen is Cure’s junior by ten years, and when Cure was winning his first world title in 2013 (he won his second title in 2015), Jorgensen was in college at Riverton, Wyo., watching Cure steer wrestle at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. “I started bulldogging seriously in college,” he said, “started doing my homework, watching them, learning here and there, and now I’m hanging out with these guys. It’s pretty cool.” It was special for Jorgensen to win the Round-Up. “It’s an honor, especially (to win it) with Hunter. “He’s won the world twice. “I looked up to guys like Hunter and Jason Miller (a retired steer wrestler from Wyoming.) They’re my idols.” Cure’s wife, daughter and son watched their husband and dad win his title on the Wrangler Network, which livestreamed today’s rodeo, as did Jorgensen’s parents and sister. “It’s cool to have them know at home” right away, Jorgensen said. It’s a repeat in the saddle bronc riding. Zeke Thurston was last year’s saddle bronc riding champ, and he’s this year’s as well. The 2016 world champion scored 89.5 points on the Rosser Rodeo Co. horse Flood Tide to win the title. He gave high compliments to the  horse. “They’ve won a round at the (Wrangler National) Finals on him, a round at Houston, they won Reno (Nev.) on him last year. They’ve won a lot on that horse.” Thurston was ready for the ride. “Usually he has a big rear-out, takes a lot of rein, leaps, and kicks hard. He didn’t have as big a rear-out today, just kind of hopped out there, and away we went. He’s just everything you could want as far as a bronc rider goes.” Winning the Red Bluff Round-Up twice consecutively is something he is proud of. “It’s unbelievable,” Thurston said. “This rodeo is a once-in-a-lifetime rodeo, and to win it twice in a row, it’s pretty cool.” He enjoys competing here. “It’s a great rodeo. They have a great tradition and their own atmosphere. It’s a lot of fun, and on Sunday, everybody kicks loose and has a good time, and the weather is beautiful.” Thurston’s dad Skeeter was a saddle bronc rider who qualified for the WNFR six times. Thurston is currently ranked second in the world, behind Ryder Wright, who won second place in Red Bluff. Another cowboy made it a repeat for a Red Bluff buckle. Bull rider Trey Benton III, of Rock Island, Texas, won his third Round-Up buckle. He won the title in 2012 and 2017, and then three-peated again this year. Benton rode the Bridwell Rodeo Co. bull Vegas Outlaw for 88 points to win the buckle. Benton, who is 27 years old, has made five trips to the WNFR, and is currently ranked fifth in the PRCA world standings. Injuries have plagued him throughout his career. He’s had ACL and MCL surgery on both knees, a rod placed in his femur, a broken eye socket, and last year at the Redding, Calif. rodeo, he tore his groin muscle, which kept him out of competition most of the year. Even with going to only 42 rodeos last year, he still qualified for the WNFR. Not only has he won Red Bluff three times, but he’s won the Salinas, Calif. rodeo twice (2013 and 2017). “I love California,” he said. Other Red Bluff champions include bareback rider Logan Patterson, Kim, Colo. (87 points); tie-down roper Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D. (37.5 seconds on four head); and team ropers Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif. and Cody Doescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. (30.4 seconds on four runs). During the rodeo, which was the annual Tough Enough to Wear Pink event, a Calgary Stampede Package was auctioned off. Bruce Geveden from Green Barn Whiskey Kitchen purchased it for $16,000. The package includes four tickets to the rodeo and the evening show, round trip airfare for four, and lodging for three nights. Extras include a VIP Behind the Scenes tour, the chance to meet the chuck wagon drivers and their horses, and more. Money raised during the Round-Up’s “pink” campaign go to breast cancer treatment at the St. Elizabeth Imaging Center. Next year’s Red Bluff Round-Up will be held April 17-19, 2020. Results All-around winner: Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah Bareback Riding – Logan Patterson 1. Logan Patterson, Kim, Colo. 87 points on C5 Rodeo’s Black Feathers;  2. Connor Hamilton, Calgary, Alb. 85.5; 3. (tie) Garrett Shadbolt, Merriman, Neb. and Mike Solberg, Sunnynook, Alb 85 each; 5. Jessy Davis, Power, Mont. 84.5; 6. (tie) Mason Clements, Draper, Utah and Wyatt Bloom, Bozeman, Mont. 83 each; 8. Tilden Hooper, Carthage, Texas 82. Steer Wrestling – Hunter Cure and Stetson Jorgensen First round: 1. Don Payne, Stephenville, Texas 4.3 seconds; 2. Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas 4.4; 3. Tom Lewis, Lehi, Utah 4.8; 4. (tie) Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas, Tucker Allen, Oak View, Calif., and Heath Thomas, Hemphill, Texas 5.0 each; 7. (tie) Jace Melvin, Ft. Pierre, S.D. and Cody Devers, Balko, Okla. 5.1 each. Second round: 1.Levi Ruud, Chelsea, Okla. 4.5 seconds; 2. (tie) Josh Clark, Belgrade, Mont., Tanner Milan, Cochrane, Alb., Layne Delemont, Chauvin, Alberta, and Luke Branquinho, Los Alamos, Calif. 4.7 each; 6. (tie)  Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta and Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev. 4.8 each; 8. Nick Guy, Sparta, Wisc. 4.9. Third round: 1. (tie) Hank Filippini, Battle Mountain, Nev. and Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev. 5.4 seconds each; 3. Justin Kimsey, Kennewick, Wash. 5.5; 4. Blaine Jones, Templeton, Calif. 5.6; 5. Stetson Jorgensen, Blackfoot, Idaho 5.8; 6. Tom Lewis, Lehi, Utah 5.9; 7. Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont. 6.5; 8. Juan Alcazar, Jr., Okeechobee, Fla. 6.7. Finals: 1. Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alb. 4.4 seconds; 2. Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev. 4.5; 3. Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas 4.9; 4. Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont. 5.5; 5. Stetson Jorgensen, Blackfoot, Idaho 5.7; 6. Jace Melvin, Ft. Pierre, S.D. 5.9. Average: 1. (tie) Hunter Cure, Holliday, Texas and Stetson Jorgensen, 21.8 seconds on 4 head each; 3. Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alb. 22.9; 4. Jace Melvin, Ft. Pierre, S.D. 23.9; 5. Juan Alcazar, Jr. 25.3; 6. Ty Erickson, Helena, Mont. 26.3; 7. Dakota Eldridge, Elko, Nev. 26.4; 8. Tucker Allen, Oak View, Calif. 33.8. Saddle bronc – Zeke Thurston 1. Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alb. 89.5 points on Rosser Rodeo’s Flood Tide; 2. Ryder Wright, Milford, Utah 86.5; 3. (tie) Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas and Johnny Espeland, Tygh Valley, Ore. 86 each; 5. Jesse Kruse, Great Falls, Mont. 85; 6. (tie) Layton Green, Meeting Creek, Alb. and Preston Burr, Stratford, Texas (83.5 each); 8. Clay Elliott, Nanton, Alb. 83. Tie Down Roping – Dane Kissack First round: 1. Stetson Vest, Childress, Texas 9.1 seconds; 2. Joey Dickens, Loveland, Colo. 9.3; 3. Cody Craig, Wendell, Idaho 9.4; 4. Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas 9.7; 5. (tie) J.D. McCuistion, Collinsville, Texas and Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 9.9 each. Second round: 1. Joey Dickens, Loveland, Colo. 9.3 seconds; 2. Kalai Nobriga, Kealakekua, Hawaii 9.4; 3. (tie) Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho, and Colton Farquer, Oakdale, Calif. 9.5 each; 6. (tie) Taylor Santos, Creston, Calif. and Tyler Milligan, Pawhuska, Okla. 10.0 each. Third round: 1. Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D. 8.3 seconds; 2. Taylor Santos, Creston, Calif. 8.9; 3. Haven Meged, Miles City, Mont. 9.0; 4. Westyn Hughes, Caldwell, Texas 9.7; 5. Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 10.2; 6. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah 10.5. Finals: 1. Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D. 8.8 seconds; 2. Cody Craig, Wendell, Idaho 9.3; 3. Taylor Santos, Creston, Calif. 9.6; 4. Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 10.3; 5. Stetson Vest, Childress, Texas 10.5; 6. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah 11.9. Average: 1. Dane Kissack, Spearfish, S.D. 37.5 seconds on 4 head; 2.Taylor Santos, Creston, Calif. 41.3; 3. Cody Craig, Wendell, Idaho 43.1; 4. Cade Swor, Winnie, Texas 43.2; 5. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah 44.3; 6. Haven Meged, Miles City, Mont. 44.5. Team Roping – Spencer Mitchell and Cody Doescher First round: 1. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah/Bucky Campbell, Morristown, Ariz. 7.1 seconds; 2. Jr. Dees, Aurora, S.D./Lane Siggins, Coolidge, Ariz. 7.2; 3. Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./CodyDoescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 7.6; 4. (tie) Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla./Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas and Cody Mora, San Miguel, Calif./Jason Johe, San Luis Obispo, Calif. 8.2 each; 6. J.B. James, Jr., Bennett, Colo./Brock Hanson, Bennett, Colo. 8.3; 7. (tie) Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. and Cody Snow, Los Olivos, Calif./Hunter Koch, Vernon, Texas 8.6 each. Second round: 1. Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah/Bucky Campbell, Morristown, Ariz. 7.1 seconds; 2. Jr. Dees, Aurora, S.D./Lane Siggins, Coolidge, Ariz. 7.2; 3. Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./Cody Doescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 7.6; 4. (tie) Coleman Proctor, Pryor, Okla./Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas and Cody Mora, San Miguel, Calif./Jason Johe, San Luis Obispo, Calif. 8.2 each; 6. J.B. James, Jr., Bennett, Colo./Brock Hanson, Bennett, Colo. 8.3; 7. (tie) Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. and Cody Snow, Los Olivos, Calif./Hunter Koch, Vernon, Texas 8.6 each. Third round: 1. Hayes Smith, Central Point, Ore./Evan Arnold, Stephenville, Texas 6.4 seconds; 2. (tie) Preston Burgess, Hilmar, Calif./Joseph Shawnego, Oakdale, Calif. and Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, Ga./Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil 7.1 each; 4. Dillon Holyfield, Lewiston, Idaho/Robert Murphy, Congress, Ariz. 7.4; 5. (tie) Brooks Dahozy, Window Rock, Ariz./Nano Garza, Las Cruces, N.M., Blake Hirdes, Turlock, Calif./Daniel Holland, Bonanza, Ore. and Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. 8.0 seconds each; 8. (tie) Cory Kidd V, Statesville, N.C./Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M. and Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./Cody Doescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 8.1 each. Finals: 1. Blake Hirdes, Turlock, Calif./Daniel Holland, Bonanza, Ore. 6.7 seconds; 2. Cory Kidd V, Statesville, N.C./Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M. 7.3; 3. Brooks Dahozy, Window Rock, Ariz./Nano Garza, Las Cruces, N.M. 7.8; 4. Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./Cody Doescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 8.0.; 5.  Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. 8.1; 6. Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, Ga./Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil 12.4. Average: 1. Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif./Cody Doescher, Webbers Falls, Okla. 30.4 seconds on 4 head; 2. Cory Kidd V, Statesville, N.C./Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M. 32.1; 3. (tie) Blake Hirdes, Turlock, Calif./Daniel Holland, Bonanza, Ore. and Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.D./Jade Corkill, Fallon, Nev. 32.3 each; 5. Kaleb Driggers, Hoboken, Ga./Junior Nogueira, Presidente Prudente, Brazil 34.5; 6. Brooks Dahozy, Window Rock, Ariz./Nano Garza, Las Cruces, N.M 41.1; 7. Lane Ivy, Dublin, Texas/Buddy Hawkins II, Columbus, Kan. 41.3; 8. Jr. Dees, Aurora, S.D./Lane Siggins, Coolidge, Ariz. 25.1 Breakaway Roping – Jane Wood First round: 1. Noel Lambert, 2.5 seconds; 2. Jordan Gutsch, 2.7; 3. Morgan Busby, 3.0; 4. Kelsey Nonella, 4.1; 5. Jane Wood, 4.6; 6. (tie) Stevie Rae Willis and Zandi Eguires, 5.0 each. Short round: 1. Katie Rice, 3.8 seconds; 2. Nellie Miller, 4.5; 3. Jolee Lauteret-Jordan, 4.9; 4. Cierra Erickson, 5.2. Average: 1. Jane Wood, 10.1 seconds; 2. Noel Lambert, 10.5; 3. Nellie Miller, 11.7; 4. Katie Rice, 12.0; 5. Stevie Rae Willis, 12.3; 6. Cierra Erickson 12.8. Barrel racing – Nellie Miller First round: 1. (tie) Jennifer Barrett, Buhl, Idaho and Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Victoria, Texas 17.04 seconds each; 3. (tie) Nellie Miller, Cottonwood, Calif. and Jackie Ganter, Abilene, Texas 17.09 each; 5. (tie) Jessie Telford, Caldwell, Idaho and Kellie Collier, Hereford, Texas 17.28 each; 7. Cheyenne Wimberely, Stephenville, Texas 17.34; 8. Danyelle Williams, Vale, Ore. 17.36; 9. Angelina Carrion, Esparta, Calif. 17.38; 10. Stevi Hillman, Weatherford, Texas 17.41. Second round: 1. Ivy Hurst, Springer, Okla. 17.09; 2. Tanya Jones, Prineville, Ore. 17.21; 3. Jessie Telford, Caldwell, Idaho 17.27; 4. Nellie Miller, Cottonwood, Calif. 17.29; 5. Jolee Lautaret-Jordan, Kingman, Ariz. 17.30; 6. Cheyenne Wimberley, Stephenville, Texas 17.31; 7. Danyelle Williams, Vale, Ore. 17.32; 8. (tie) Tyra Kane, Weatherford, Texas and Jackie Ganter, Abilene, Texas 17.33 each; 10. Stevi Hillman, Weatherford, Texas 17.41. Average: 1. Nellie Miller, Cottonwood, Calif. 34.38 seconds on 2 runs; 2. Jackie Ganter, Abilene, Texas 34.42; 3. Jessie Telford, Caldwell, Idaho 34.55; 4. Cheyenne Wimberley, Stephenville, Texas 34.65; 5. Danyelle Williams, Vale, Ore. 34.68; 6. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, Victoria, Texas 34.70; 7. Tanya Jones, Prineville, Ore. 34.71; 8. Jolee Lautaret-Jordan, Kingman, Ariz. 34.78; 9. Jennifer Barrett, Buhl, Idaho 34.81; 10. Stevi Hillman, Weatherford, Texas 34.82. Bull Riding Champion – Trey Benton III 1. Trey Benton, III, Rock Island, Texas 88 points on Bridwell Pro Rodeo’s Vegas Outlaw; 2. (tie) Boudreaux Campbell, Crockett, Texas and Maverick Potter, Waxahachie, Texas, 87.5 each; 4. Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah 87; 5. (tie) Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont. and Stetson Wright, Beaver, Utah 86 each; 7. John Pitts, Panama City, Fla. 85.5; 8. Foster McCraw, Navasota, Texas 85. All results are unofficial. For more information, visit For complete rodeo results, visit