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SATURDAY NIGHT WINS IT

FLYING EXIT: Ty Reeder of Corinne, Utah, didn't last eight seconds on his bull Sunday at the Chief Joseph Days Rodeo. (The Observer/PAT PERKINS).
FLYING EXIT: Ty Reeder of Corinne, Utah, didn't last eight seconds on his bull Sunday at the Chief Joseph Days Rodeo. (The Observer/PAT PERKINS).

By The Observer

JOSEPH Ross Coleman left Joseph Saturday night, but the Molalla cowboy knew he was going to get a big check from the Chief Joseph Days Rodeo.

Coleman started the night with an 80-point bareback ride on the Growney Brothers horse Cedar Pass, then finished the performance with a 90-point bull ride on Fireball.

He ended up winning the bull riding competition and $2,458.95, but finished a place behind Redmonds Jason Havens in bareback, getting $1,635.32 for that effort.

His $4,094.27 total easily made him the rodeos all-around winner.

Havens had an 81-point ride Friday night on Crooked River that held up for a $2,133.03 check.

Craig Lathams 84-point saddle bronc ride on Ft. McLoud Thursday held the longest, earning the Goodwell, Okla., cowboy $2,295.99.

The weekends biggest winner was Brad Gleason of Touchet, Wash., who won both rounds of steer wrestling, easily took the average and walked away the winner of the Harley Tucker Memorial Award, too.

Gleason won $4,036.65 in steer wrestling and pocketed a $1,450 bonus for winning the Tucker award, which goes to the high-point winner from the Eastern Oregon Livestock Show in Union, the St. Paul Rodeo, the Elgin Stampede and Chief Joseph Days.

Gleason finished the series with 12 points, six from his average victory in Joseph and six from his win in Elgin.

Barrel racers Debbie Stahl of Pendleton and Kelli Currin of Dayton, Wash., had a chance to capture the Tucker award but finished out of the points in their event. Stahl entered with 11 points and Currin had 10, but Currin ran Sunday in 17.54 seconds, a fifth-place showing, and Stahl ran at 17.55, good for sixth place.

Maureen Crossley of Hermiston ran the barrels Friday in 17.24 seconds and won $1,739.80.

Other winners this weekend were Matt Shiozawa of Pocatello, Idaho, $3,107.87 total in calf roping; David Motes of Fresno, Calif., and Ryan Motes of Weatherford, Texas, $2,058.81 total in team roping; and Jim Ward of Heppner, $1,448.52 total in steer roping.

Chief Joseph Days Rodeo

Bull riding 1, Ross Coleman, Molalla, 90 points on Fireball, $2,458.95; 2, Josh OByrne, 86, $1,885.19; 3 (split), Shawn Waite and Vic Dubray, 81, $1,147.50; 5, Cory McFadden, 79, $573.75; 6 (split), Vince Stanton and Jared Jaques, 78, $368.84; 8, Marcus Michaelis, 77, $245.89.

Saddle bronc riding 1, Craig Latham, Goodwell, Okla., 84 points on Ft. McLoud, $2,295.99; 2, Billy Etbauer, 82, $1,760.25; 3, Jerad McFarlane, 79, $1,301.06; 4, Jess Martin, 78, $841.86; 5, Gary Alger, 77, $535.73; 6, Danny Alires, 76, $382.66; 7 (split), Dan Mortensen and Vance Siler, 75, $267.86.

Bareback riding 1, Jason Havens, Redmond, 81 points on Crooked River, $2,133.03; 2, Ross Coleman, 80, $1,635.32; 3 (split), Brandon Martin, Lee Lantz and Rocky Steagall, 76, $829.50; 6 (split), Andy Bolich and Matt Weishoff, 75 points, $319.95; 8, Jason Sherman, 73, $213.30.

Barrel racing 1, Maureen Crossley, Hermiston, 17.24 seconds, $1,739.80; 2, Joann Middleton, 17.43, $1,491.26; 3, Talina Bird, 17.47, $1,242.72; 4, Katie Garthwaite, 17.52, $1,077.02; 5, Kelli Currin, 17.54, $828.48; 6, Debbie Stahl, 17.55, $662.78; 7, Mandy Rosenberg, 17.56, $497.08; 8, Pam Thompson, 17.57, $331.39; 9, Renee Gossett, 17.58, $248.54; 10, Jessica Clark, 17.64, $165.69.

Steer roping, first go 1, Ty Zuber, Mead, Wash., 14.7 seconds, $827.73; 2, Seth Hopper, 15.3, $620.79; 3, Jim Ward, 15.4, $413.86; 4, Scott Wilson, 16.3, $206.93.

Steer roping, second go 1, Jason Stewart, Royal City, Wash., 11.7, $827.73; 2, Blair Burk, 11.8, $620.79; 3, Jeff Coelho, 13.8, $413.86; 4, Ward, 13.9, $206.93.

Steer roping, average 1, Ward, Heppner, 29.3, $827.73; 2, Burk, 30.0, $620.79; 3, Zuber, 30.1, $413.86; 4, Wilson, 34.6, $206.93.

Team roping, first go 1, Mel Coleman, Phoenix, Ariz., and Clint Harry, Nixon, Nev., 5.5 seconds, $915.03 each; 2, Daniel Green and Allen Bach, 6.0, $686.27; 3, David Motes and Ryan Motes, 6.1, $457.51; 4, Jason Eiguren and Dusty Morse, 6.6, $228.75.

Team roping, second go 1, Jason Stewart, Royal City, Wash., and Bucky Campbell, Benton City, Wash., 5.9, $915.03; 2, Motes and Motes, 6.0, $686.27; 3, Eiguren and Morse, 6.2, $457.51; 4, Bobby Hurley and Mike Beers, 6.5, $228.75.

Team roping, average 1, David Motes, Fresno, Calif., and Ryan Motes, Weatherford, Texas, 12.1, $915.03; 2, Coleman and Harry, 12.4, $686.27; 3, Eiguren and Morse, 12.8, $457.51; 4, Green and Bach, 13.2, $228.75.

Steer wrestling, first go 1, Brad Gleason, Touchet, Wash., 3.9 seconds, $1,345.55; 2, Mark Boultinghouse, 4.0, $1,113.55; 3 (split), Luke Branquinho, Rope Myers and Shawn Greenfield, 4.2, $649.57; 6 (split), Chad Biesemeyer and Cash Myers, 4.5, $115.99.

Steer wrestling, second go 1, Gleason, 3.8, $1,345.55; 2, Greenfield, 3.9, $1,113.55; 3, Ron Whitmire, 4.0, $881.56; 4 (split), R.Myers, Joey Bell Jr. and Branquinho, 4.5, $433.04.

Steer wrestling, average 1, Gleason, 7.7, $1,345.55; 2, Greenfield, 8.1, $1,113.55; 3 (split), R.Myers and Branquinho, 8.7, $765.56; 5, Whitmire, 8.9, $417.58; 6, C.Myers, 9.1, $231.99.

Calf roping, first go 1, Clay Cerny, Brazoria, Texas, 8.6 seconds, $1,251.78; 2, Shawn Franklin, 9.0, $1,035.96; 3, Blair Burk, 9.3, $820.13; 4, Matt Shiowaza, 9.8, $604.31; 5, Nate Baldwin, 10.1, $388.48; 6, Spike McCay, 10.9, $215.82.

Calf roping, second go 1, Shiozawa, Pocatello, Idaho, 8.8, $1,251.78; 2, Seth Hopper, $1,035.96; 3, Baldwin, 10.0, $820.13; 4, Franklin, 10.8, $604.31; 5, Jade Lyon, 10.9, $388.48; 6, Dick Hoffman, 11.3, $215.82.

Calf roping, average 1, Shiozawa, 18.6, $1,251.78; 2, Franklin, 19.8, $1,035.96; 3, Baldwin, 20.1, $820.13; 4, Burk, 21.9; 604.31; 5, Brian Garr, 22.4, $388.48; 6, Jason Vohs, 23.4, $215.82.

All-around Ross Coleman, $4,094.27.

Harley Tucker Memorial Award Brad Gleason, 12 points, $1,450. Others: Debbie Stahl, 11; Shawn Greenfield and Shawn Franklin, 11; Kelli Currin, 10; Jason Eiguren and Dusty Morse, 10; Brandon Martin, 10.3; Marcus Michaelis, 9; Jaclyn Hales and Jace Davis, 8; Mark Barkley, 7.5.

 
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