SLIDESHOW: BCPB finals keep crowds cheering

Here are a few sights from the BCPB Finals in Williams Lake Saturday and Sunday afternoon.



Here are a few sights from the B.C. Professional Bull Riders Finals in Williams Lake Saturday and Sunday afternoon, which provided lots of action for Williams Lake Harvest Fair goers. For story see Thursday’s Tribune.

The photos, in no particular order are:

First: Williams Lake’s Robert Graham.

Second: Williams Lake’s Reid Fuller takes on Smooth Criminal.

Third: Williams Lake’s Wacey Mulvahill gets sent for a ride on Dark Knight.

Fourth: Riske Creek’s Justin Davis.

Fifth: Quesnel’s Steve Hohmann rides bull Pete Dunn to a 79 point score.

Sixth: Quesnel’s Lane Cork takes Sharpy for an 81-point spin.

Seventh: Williams Lake’s Brady Fuller Sunday bounced back after a nasty spill Saturday.

Eighth: Williams Lake’s Justin Davis scored a 68 during round three Sunday.

Ninth: Local Brady Fuller tries to hang on Sunday, prior to winning first on his fourth go.

Tenth: Merritt’s Mike Gill had no luck on Sunday, getting bucked off in his third ride. He did go on to take second in the fourth go with an 84-point ride.

Eleventh: Local Ryan Jasper takes Soda Pop for an 80-point ride Sunday en route to a second-place overall finish and $1,406.96.

Twelfth: Williams Lake’s Colton Manuel scored a 76 Sunday on Blue Steel. He went on to take the overall title on the weekend, winning $1,774.

 

 

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