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Steer Roping to Wrap Wednesday

GUYMON, Okla. – The Pioneer Days Rodeo committee continues to roll with the punches.

After a winter storm delayed the start of competition until Tuesday, steer ropers concluded three go-rounds. The committee, working with the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association, opted to keep the four-round format. The final round is scheduled to begin at 8 a.m. Wednesday.

The first rounds of the other three men’s timed events – steer wrestling, team roping and tie-down roping – is scheduled to begin directly after.

In Tuesday’s delayed start to the rodeo, Brian Garr of Belle Fourche, S.D., owns the lead with a three-run cumulative time of 41.0 seconds. That’s nearly two seconds faster than the runner-up, Shay Good of Midland, Texas. But it will come down to Wednesday’s final few rounds to decide the first champion of this year’s Pioneer Days Rodeo.

Guymon (Okla.) Pioneer Days Rodeo
May 2-7
Results
Steer roping: First round: 1. Cody Lee, 12.6 seconds, $1,772; 2. Brian Garr, 12.8, $1,466; 3. K.W. Lauer, 13.1, $1,161; 4. John Bland, 13.2, $855; 5. Coy Thompson, 13.6, $550; 6. Luke Bland, 14.0, $306. Second round: 1. Marty Jones, 11.4 seconds, $1,772; 2. Scott Snedecor, 11.7, $1,466; 3. Coy Thompson, 11.9, $1,161; 4. J. Tom Fisher, 12.2, $855; 5. (tie) Shay Good and Rocky Patterson, 12.4, $428 each. Third round: 1. Vin Fisher Jr., 9.7 seconds, $1,772; 2. (tie) Chet Herren and Scott Snedecor, 9.9, $1,314 each; 4. Rocky Patterson, 10.1, $855; 5. Cody Scheck, 10.5, $550; 6. Mark Milner, 10.6, $306. Aggregate leaders: 1. Brian Garr, 41.0 seconds on three runs; 2. Shay Good, 42.8; 3. K.W. Lauer, 44.3; 4. (tie) Darin Suit and Cody Scheck, 49.0; 6. Billy Good, 50.6; 7. Scott Snedecor, 21.6 seconds on two runs; 8. Rocky Patterson, 22.5.

Courtesy of twisTEDrodeo.com