150 Mile House’s Brock Everett competes in tie-down roping last year at the Williams Lake High School Rodeo.

Williams Lake High School Rodeo ready to rope and ride Friday through Sunday

Sunday’s festivities will see the conclusion of the senior high school rodeo, starting at 9 a.m.

Hot on the heels of the Williams Lake Indoor Rodeo, cowboy action will continue this weekend in the lakecity with the Williams Lake High School Rodeo at the Stampede Grounds.

Several local athletes will be competing in multiple events at the rodeo, which is split into two sections: a junior high school and a senior high school division.

Friday, cutting and the reined cowhorse events kick off the action at 9 a.m., followed by the junior high school rodeo immediately to follow.

Saturday will continue with the junior high school rodeo beginning at 9 a.m., and followed by the senior high school rodeo in the afternoon.

READ MORE: Lakecity plays host to high school rodeo

Sunday’s festivities will see the conclusion of the senior high school rodeo, starting at 9 a.m.

From the Cariboo, junior high school competitors include Brianna Billy (girls cutting), Will Roberts (junior saddlebronc riding, boys goat tying, ribbon roping, boys breakaway roping, team roping and chute dogging), Paityn Rogers (barrel racing, pole bending), Kagen Russell (boys goat tying, boys breakaway roping, chute dogging), Brandon Loring (chute dogging) and Brady Wood (chute dogging).

In the senior high school rodeo representing the Cariboo are: Ryan Roberts (saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, team roping), Nic Flinton (saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping), Cordell Pinchbeck (bull riding), Michael Gulbranson (bull riding), Brianna Billy (barrel racing, breakaway roping, pole bending, team roping), Hailey Waterhouse (barrel racing), Conway Pinchbeck (tie-down roping, steer wrestling), Brock Everett (tie-down roping, steer wrestling), Anna Best (goat tying, pole bending) and Reese Rivet (barrel racing).



sports@wltribune.com

Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter

 

Williams Lake’s Brianna Billy rides after her calf in breakaway roping Sunday during the Williams Lake High School Rodeo last year. (Greg Sabatino photos)

Hefley Creek’s Justin Mitchell competes in the bull riding

Just Posted

Tolko announces two-week shutdown at Soda Creek sawmill, beginning May 27

The company says employees were informed of the decision earlier Thursday

Fourth Avenue sidewalk request referred for 2020 public works consideration

City council heard a resident’s concerns about the lack of sidewalks on Fourth Avenue North near the hospital

Thunderstorms in forecast for much of Cariboo Chilcotin

Special weather statements, concerns of flash flooding, for southern B.C. regions

Council wants memorial bench program to continue

Public Works asked council to consider discontinuing the program due to lack of appropriate locations

600 new campsites coming to provincial parks and recreation sites across B.C.

Tourism Minister announced half of the new spots to 13 most popular provincial parks

Quesnel RCMP still looking for witness to wheelchair turnover in West Quesnel

The man whose wheelchair rolled over on him has died

Municipalities protest after B.C. declares marijuana crops ‘farm use’

UBCM president seeks answers in letter to John Horgan government

CMHC defends mortgage stress test changes amid calls for loosening rules

Uninsured borrowers must now show they could service their mortgage if rates rose two per cent

Nisga’a Nation tourism industry hits the road

First pilot tour to the Nass Valley is set for this summer with Indigenous Tourism BC

B.C. woman left ‘black and blue’ after being pushed off 40-foot cliff at lake

West Shore RCMP looking for witnesses as investigation continues

GoFundMe started for family of Quesnel assault victim

Curtis Spencer was found severely injured on Callanan Street in North Quesnel in April

Thunderstorms to bring heavy rain, risk of flash floods in the southern Interior

Ten to 30 millimetres of rain to fall over the early weekend

Unbe-leaf-able: Agassiz man finds more than 200 four-leaf clovers in a month

Walt Hardinge has found more than 219 four-or-more leaf clovers this spring alone

Most Read