South Plains College Rodeo qualifies two for CNFR - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

South Plains College Rodeo qualifies two for CNFR

Source: SPC Source: SPC
LEVELLAND, TX (KCBD) -

The South Plains College Men's and Women's rodeo teams will be represented at the College National Finals Rodeo in Casper Wyoming June 9th through the 17th.

Chet Boren and Rainy Robinson will compete for the Levelland school.

Boren is a Freshman from Utah. He won the Southwest Regional Championship Title in Men's steer wrestling earning 585 points.

Robinson is a Sophomore who won the Southwest Region in Barrel Racing with 530 points.

Overall, the Lady Texans finshed 5th in the Southwest Regional standings and the Texans ended up 9th.

According to a South Plains press release, the rodeo teams finished the season with numerous athletes ranked inside the top 25 in the Southwest region, which include:

Zack Kirkpatrick - #19 in Tiedown Roping with 125 points

Coy Surrett - #20 in Tiedown Roping with 120 points

Chet Boren - #1 in Steer Wrestling with 585 points

Cameron McCarley - #4 in Steer Wrestling with 315 points

Coy Surrett - #6 in Steer Wrestling with 130 points

Chase Wilson - #14 in Steer Wrestling with 130 points

Kade Sherwood - #5 in Team Roping Header 290 points

Jhett Trenary - #17 in Team Roping Header with 115 points

Riley Hayes - #21 in Team Roping Header with 105 points

Stefan Ramone - #5 in Team Roping Heeler with 290 points

Jose Domenigo - #11 in Team Roping Heeler with 230 points

Cory Cloward - #19 in Team Roping Heeler with 105 points

Kade Cotton - #21 in Team Roping Heeler with 105 points

Taylor Boren - #25 in Team Roping Heeler with 85 points

Rainy Robinson - #1 in Barrel Racing with 530 points

Alex Odle - #11 in Barrel Racing with 235 points

Kashley Seitz - #23 in Barrel Racing with 95 points

Avery Gonzales - #15 in Breakaway Roping with 132.50 points

Jenna Dallyn - #8 in Goat Tying with 275 points

Megan Burbidge - #12 in Goat tying with 150 points

Baylee Henderson - #20 in Goat Tying with 60 points

Avery Gonzales - #25 in Goat Tying with 60 points

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