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Zeke Thurston wins Round 9, eyes second world title

LAS VEGAS – Getting a second career gold buckle is well within reach for saddle bronc rider Zeke Thurston.

The Big Valley, Alberta, cowboy captured his third round win of the 2019 Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, winning Round 9 with a 91-point ride on Vold Rodeo Company’s Sun Glow on Friday night before 16,880 fans at the Thomas & Mack Center.

Thurston, the 2016 world champion saddle bronc rider, matched up with Northcott Macza’s Get Smart, the 2019 Pendleton Whisky “Let ’er Buck” Stock of the Year in saddle bronc riding in Round 7 and the results were historic.

Thurston set the Wrangler NFR Round 7 record with a 92.5-point ride. He also won Round 1 with an 88-point ride on Mo Betta Rodeo’s Sue City Sue.

Thurston is first in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $304,184. He also is fourth in the Wrangler NFR average with 611 points on seven head. Thurston has earned $127,192 at this year’s Wrangler NFR.

With his $26,231 check in Round 9, Thurston broke the PRCA saddle bronc riding record for most money won in a single year, including the Wrangler NFR, with $304,184. The previous record was $284,938, set by Ryder Wright in 2017.

“Things have been going really good,” Thurston said. “Tonight, that was an emotional ride for me because I helped J.R. (Vezain) on that horse here two years ago. I had that horse (tonight), and he told me I was going to win the round. That’s pretty special coming from a guy who should be here. I knew he was at home watching, and I said, ‘This one goes out for you.’”

Vezain, a veteran bareback rider, suffered a broken back Sept. 22, 2018, while competing at the Pasadena (Texas) Livestock Show & Rodeo when he was riding Frontier Rodeo Company’s Brazos Bash.

The injury required surgery and has left Vezain with mobility issues from the waist down. Vezain is a six-time qualifier for the Wrangler NFR (2012-14 and 2016-18).

“In any sport, this is the position you want to put yourself in, and that’s what makes it so awesome,” Thurston said about leading the world standings. “I love competing, I love the competition, and it’s just a lot of fun.”

Thurston isn’t going to change anything about his process for Saturday.

“Oh, we’re just going to go ride broncs,” Thurston said. “That’s what we’ve been doing all week, and that’s what we do all year. That’s how you get here, and we’ll just stick to that.”

Thurston was no stranger to Sun Glow.

“Yeah, I had that horse in Houston, and it was really good,” Thurston said. “It bucks hard, leaves hard and is just a handful. She’s pretty honest about it, and she had a good day today. I felt like I made a good ride.”

Ty Erickson snares timely Round 9 win

Ty Erickson came into the 2019 Wrangler NFR as the steer wrestling regular-season leader for the third time in four years. But each time he came up short of winning a gold buckle.

The Helena, Mont., cowboy is trying to change that this year, and he took a step in that direction with a huge Round 9 win with a 3.6-second run.

“Anytime you can get a round win at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, it’s exciting,” Erickson said. “I’m so happy I was able to get a go-round win, especially with the week I’ve been having. It’s been a little slow, and I knew when I drew the steer I had tonight I had a chance. I just tried to go back to fundamentals and make the best run I could, and it worked out.”

It was Erickson’s first round win of this year’s Finals. He earned a $26,231 check and moved back into first place in the PRCA | RAM World Standings with $211,645.

Erickson also is fifth in the average with a 58.3-second time on nine head.

The first eight rounds were not easy on him.

“This week’s been a struggle for me, but I feel like I’ve been bulldogging really good and my horse has been working great,” he said. “It just hasn’t been coming together. So, I haven’t been getting frustrated at all and have just been going at them every night. Tonight, I finally got a decent chance, and everything came together. I couldn’t be happier.”

With his first world championship within reach, Erickson is keeping things in perspective.

“Honestly, I’m not even going to think about it,” Erickson said. “I’m just going to keep going at it like I have every round, just try to stay focused on getting a good start, making a good run on the ground and see where the chips fall.”

Marty Yates wins for second time at 2019 Wrangler NFR

Tie-down roper Marty Yates kept his name in the gold buckle mix by winning Round 9 with a 7.0-second run.

Yates also won Round 2 with a 7.3-second run. Yates is third in the world standings with $197,200. He is 10th in the Wrangler NFR average.

“I’m feeling really good. I had a few bobbles throughout the week, but it’s nice to get back on a good foot and hopefully finish strong (Saturday) night,” Yates said.

“It keeps changing in the average. It’ll be like that in the calf roping tomorrow night. The last round is a lot of moving and shaking, so I’m anxious to see what plays out. Hopefully for me I get another round win and go home with plenty of money in my pocket.”

Yates bounced back after failing to record times in Rounds 7 and 8.

“The first one was kind of unfortunate, I had a calf get up and that shouldn’t have happened,” he said. “Everything was going as planned and then I got a jerk down, and that set me back. But to be able to get the ball rolling again for the ninth round, being the go-round winner is feeling really good.

“If $26,000 doesn’t get you motivated, then I don’t know what will. It’s awesome to be able to compete in front of the best fans in the world. We want everyone to win, but we also want to win first ourselves.”

Shane Hanchey is first in the world standings with $209,928.

Team ropers Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira win again

After a tough opening seven rounds of the Wrangler NFR, Kaleb Driggers and Junior Nogueira have heated up.

After splitting the Round 8 win with a 4.3-second run, the Driggers/Nogueira team won Round 9 outright with a 3.6-second run.

Their Round 9 time tied Cody Snow and Wesley Thorp’s for fastest run of this year’s Finals. Snow and Thorp made a 3.6-second run in Round 7.

“I think it’s a blessing,” Driggers said about how Rounds 8 and 9 unfolded. “From the week we have had, we were doing the best we could and had luck on our side tonight. Every night is important, and we try to do the best we can, and they say it was our turn tonight.”

Driggers is second in the header world standings with $241,320, while Nogueira is first in the heeler standings with $200,589. They have each earned $84,814 at this year’s Wrangler NFR.

“That’s all we do is train and never give up,” Nogueira said. “God is so good, and one round win can change your whole NFR, and now we have two and one more would be better. It’s all about him (Driggers), I just have to finish. I just stop the clock, but 75% of the run is on him.”

Team roping header Clay Smith is leading the world standings with $241,320.

Bull rider Boudreaux Campbell stays hot

Bull rider Boudreaux Campbell has had a stout Wrangler NFR, and that didn’t change Friday.

The Crockett, Texas, cowboy has placed in seven rounds and won for the second time in Round 9 with a 91 point-ride on Bar T Rodeo’s Goofy.

“You know, I had to keep a clear mind,” Campbell said. “I knew I had a good bull and a chance at the average and the Top Gun and the world title, and I just have to take it a bull at a time.

“This is my second round win (this year). I won Round 9 before (in 2017), and it’s another buckle to hang on the shelf and another story to talk about.”

Campbell won Round 6 with a 92.5-point ride on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Priefert’s Tequila Worm.

“I feel like it’s about the same, and I’m glad I got it,” Campbell said. “Tom Brady always says his favorite Super Bowl win is the next one, and that’s how I like to look at it.”

Five-time reigning world champion bull rider Sage Kimzey is leading the world standings with $390,047.

Jake Brown takes Round 9 bareback riding win

Bareback rider Jake Brown has ridden decent during the 2019 Wrangler NFR but had just one sixth-place finish in Round 7 to show for it.

Now, the Cleveland, Texas, cowboy has a round win on his resume.

Brown had an 89.5-point ride on J Bar J’s Blessed Assurance to win Round 9.

“It hasn’t been the best week, but I have been doing pretty good, and I just stubbed my toes a couple of times when it counted,” said Brown, a five-time qualifier for the Wrangler NFR (2015-19). “It was good to get the ball rolling tonight. That was my first time on that horse, but I have seen it a bunch. I knew she was a good one to have. She was kind of bad in the chute, so I had to be patient and the ride was awesome. That horse spent so much time in the air, it felt like a cloud.”

Brown and his wife, Nicole, are expecting a baby boy Dec. 17. It will be the couple’s first child.

“We came out fingers crossed, and now we are saying, if it happened it would be OK,” Brown said. “And now, we are so close we just want to make it home. I just want to go out and have fun (in Round 10) and make it home on our flight Sunday morning.”

Clayton Biglow is leading the world standings with $332,343.

Stevi Hillman wins first career round win

Stevi Hillman didn’t have much to smile about during this year’s Wrangler NFR through eight rounds.

The barrel racer from Weatherford, Texas, placed in just one round – third in Round 1.

On Friday night, she won her first career Wrangler NFR round with a 13.53-second run in Round 9, the fastest of the rodeo.

“It feels amazing, and I can’t even explain it,” Hillman said. “I’m a little emotional. Obviously, my first go-round win is incredible, and I’ve been waiting for this for a long time. Sharpie is a special horse and means so much to me. My mother-in-law flew in today, and I’m just thankful for my whole team and the horse owners (Matt & Bendi Dunn). It’s just such a blessing. For it to happen today is just really special.

“Sharpie’s owner, Bendi Dunn, told me today that Sharpie’s mom won Rounds 9 and 10 with Angie Meadors. So, I thought that was pretty special. I came unseated a couple times, but I was keeping the barrels up tonight.”

This Wrangler NFR has been trying for Hillman in and out of the arena.

“It’s been the worst and best week we’ve had in a really long time,” Hillman said. “I can’t thank my horse owners, sponsors, my family, friends and crew here enough. We’ve had a lot going on, so it’s been a really emotional struggle. So, we’re very grateful for this win tonight.

“I keep forgetting with everything else going on, but it’s my husband, Ty’s, birthday today. Mulberry, Sharpie’s mom, passed away not too long ago, so there’s so much emotion tied up in this win tonight. I’ve wanted to win a go-round for him on his birthday for four years now, so we finally got it done.”

Stetson Wright still leads tight all-around race

Rookie Stetson Wright still leads the all-around race in the 2019 PRCA | RAM World Standings with $275,076. He still has a slight lead over reigning world champion team roping header Clay Smith ($252,172). Tuf Cooper, the 2017 all-around champ, is third in the standings with $222,640.

Wright finished fifth in Round 9 with an 85.5-point ride on New Frontier Rodeo’s Face Time and earned $6,769. He is third in the bull riding world standings with $244,499.

Wright is trying to become the first roughstock rider to win the all-around crown since ProRodeo Hall of Famer Ty Murray did it in 1998.

Biglow still leading RAM Top Gun Award standings

Bareback rider Clayton Biglow is holding on to the lead in the RAM Top Gun Award standings with $150,391 earned at the Wrangler NFR.

That total is the most money earned of any contestant – not counting ground money – to put him atop the RAM Top Gun standings.

Bull rider Boudreaux Campbell ($148,558) and barrel racer Hailey Kinsel ($134,808) are second and third, respectively, in the RAM Top Gun Award standings.

Another element of excitement at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo is the RAM Top Gun Award which goes to the contestant who wins the most money in any single event at the Wrangler NFR.

Link to Wrangler NFR photos

Ninth Performance Results, Friday, Dec. 13, 2019
Thomas & Mack Center, Las Vegas

Bareback riding: 1. Jake Brown, 89.5 points on J Bar J’s Blessed Assurance, $26,231; 2. Caleb Bennett, 89, $20,731; 3. (tie) Clayton Biglow and Tanner Aus, 88.5, $13,327 each; 5. Kaycee Feild, 86.5, $6,769; 6. Tim O’Connell, 86, $4,231; 7. (tie) Orin Larsen, and Ty Breuer, 85.5; 9. Tilden Hooper, 84; 10. (tie) Richmond Champion and Trenten Montero, 83.5; 12. Clint Laye, 83; 13. Taylor Broussard, 79; 14. Steven Dent, NS; 15. Austin Foss, INJ. Average standings: 1. Clayton Biglow, 793.5 points on nine head; 2. Tim O’Connell, 780; 3. Richmond Champion, 772.5; 4. Kaycee Feild, 770.5; 5. Orin Larsen, 768.5; 6. Tilden Hooper, 763; 7. Clint Laye, 755.5; 8. Trenten Montero, 749.5; 9. Caleb Bennett, 696 on eight; 10. Tanner Aus, 694.5; 11. Steven Dent, 596 on seven; 12. Austin Foss, 563.5; 13. Ty Breuer, 510.5 on six; 14. Taylor Broussard, 494.5; 15. Jake Brown, 434 on five. World standings: 1. Clayton Biglow, $332,343; 2. Orin Larsen, $253,673; 3. Kaycee Feild, $232,320; 4. Tilden Hooper, $211,162; 5. Caleb Bennett, $208,902; 6. Richmond Champion, $195,829; 7. Tim O’Connell, $185,784; 8. Tanner Aus, $160,345; 9. Clint Laye, $153,916; 10. Trenten Montero, $143,219; 11. Jake Brown, $133,415; 12. Austin Foss, $126,587; 13. Ty Breuer, $120,911; 14. Steven Dent, $103,799; 15. Taylor Broussard, $93,502.

Steer wrestling: 1. Ty Erickson, 3.6 seconds, $26,231; 2. Tyler Pearson, 4.2, $20,731; 3. Cameron Morman, 4.3, $15,654; 4. Kyle Irwin, 4.5, $11,000; 5. Stetson Jorgensen, 4.6, $6,769; 6. Bridger Chambers, 4.7, $4,231; 7. Riley Duvall, 5.1; 8. Hunter Cure, 5.5; 9. (tie) Scott Guenthner and Matt Reeves, 5.7; 11. Dakota Eldridge, 5.9; 12. Tanner Brunner, 6.2; 13. J.D. Struxness, 13.3; 14. Tyler Waguespack and Will Lummus, NT. Average standings: 1. Matt Reeves, 44.4 seconds on nine head; 2. Riley Duvall, 44.7; 3. Tyler Pearson, 50.3; 4. Bridger Chambers, 51.4; 5. Ty Erickson, 58.3; 6. Stetson Jorgensen, 62.1; 7. Dakota Eldridge, 65.0; 8. Scott Guenthner, 67.0; 9. Hunter Cure, 71.8; 10. Kyle Irwin, 80.8; 11. Tyler Waguespack, 34.6 on eight; 12. Cameron Morman, 38.5; 13. J.D. Struxness, 41.8; 14. Will Lummus, 30.7 on seven; 15. Tanner Brunner, 42.3. World standings: 1. Ty Erickson, $211,645; 2. J.D. Struxness, $190,137; 3. Stetson Jorgensen, $180,746; 4. Tyler Waguespack, $177,925; 5. Tyler Pearson, $165,174; 6. Hunter Cure, $158,568; 7. Bridger Chambers, $156,015; 8. Will Lummus, $154,498; 9. Scott Guenthner, $148,853; 10. Dakota Eldridge, $140,180; 11. Kyle Irwin, $134,934; 12. Cameron Morman, $131,691; 13. Matt Reeves, $111,631; 14. Riley Duvall, $111,617; 15. Tanner Brunner, $91,720.

Team roping: 1. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 3.6 seconds, $26,231 each; 2. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 4.0, $20,731; 3. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 4.4, $15,654; 4. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 4.5, $11,000; 5. Tate Kirchenschlager/Tyler Worley, 4.6, $6,769; 6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 4.8, $4,231; 7. Luke Brown/Paul Eaves, 5.8; 8. Tyler Wade/Cole Davison, 10.3; 9. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, Coleman Proctor/Ryan Motes, Clay Tryan/Jake Long, Ty Blasingame/Travis Graves, Matt Sherwood/Hunter Koch, Erich Rogers/Kyle Lockett and Jake Cooper/Caleb Anderson, NT. Average standings: 1. Cody Snow/Wesley Thorp, 39.4 seconds on eight head; 2. Brenten Hall/Chase Tryan, 47.3; 3. Luke Brown/Paul Eaves, 47.7; 4. Chad Masters/Joseph Harrison, 54.9; 5. Tate Kirchenschlager/Tyler Worley, 78.7; 6. Riley Minor/Brady Minor, 37.6 on seven; 7. Matt Sherwood/Hunter Koch, 42.1; 8. Clay Smith/Jade Corkill, 42.6; 9. Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira, 46.0; 10. Tyler Wade/Cole Davison, 55.4; 11. Jake Cooper/Caleb Anderson, 54.2 on six; 12. Erich Rogers/Kyle Lockett, 56.3; 13. Clay Tryan/Jake Long, 36.9 on five; 14. Ty Blasingame/Travis Graves, 20.3 on four; 15. Coleman Proctor/Ryan Motes, 27.2 on three. World standings (headers): 1. Clay Smith, $241,320; 2. Kaleb Driggers, $203,269; 3. Chad Masters, $189,721; 4. Brenten Hall, $178,254; 5. Riley Minor, $178,091; 6. Cody Snow, $168,938; 7. Coleman Proctor, $153,241; 8. Clay Tryan, $147,222; 9. Luke Brown, $138,939; 10. Tyler Wade, $135,856; 11. Ty Blasingame, $132,220; 12. Matt Sherwood, $124,704; 13. Tate Kirchenschlager, $115,494; 14. Erich Rogers, $112,980; 15. Jake Cooper, $103,851. World standings (heelers): 1. Junior Nogueira, $200,589; 2. Jade Corkill, $199,446; 3. Joseph Harrison, $192,470; 4. Brady Minor, $178,091; 5. Chase Tryan, $175,672; 6. Wesley Thorp, $161,181; 7. Ryan Motes, $158,089; 8. Jake Long, $150,954; 9. Paul Eaves, $143,447; 10. Kyle Lockett, $137,711; 11. Cole Davison, $134,371; 12. Travis Graves, $133,896; 13. Hunter Koch, $132,807; 14. Tyler Worley, $110,947; 15 Caleb Anderson, $103,050.

Saddle bronc riding: 1. Zeke Thurston, 91 points on Vold Rodeo Co.’s Sun Glow, $26,231; 2. Dawson Hay, 88, $20,731; 3. Mitch Pollock, 87.5, $15,654; 4. Jesse Wright, 86, $11,000; 5. Jake Watson, 83.5, $6,769; 6. Spencer Wright, 82.5, $4,231; 7. Sterling Crawley, 81; 8. Jacobs Crawley, 73; 9. Brody Cress, 70.5; 10. Ryder Wright, Chase Brooks, Rusty Wright, Colt Gordon and J.J. Elshere, NS; 15. Bradley Harter, INJ. Average standings: 1. Brody Cress, 749.5 points on nine head; 2. Spencer Wright, 677.5 on eight; 3. Rusty Wright, 668.5; 4. Zeke Thurston, 611 on seven; 5. Jacobs Crawley, 560; 6. Jake Watson, 521 on six; 7. Jesse Wright, 503.5; 8. (tie) Chase Brooks and Dawson Hay, 434.5; 10. Sterling Crawley, 407; 11. Colt Gordon, 329 on four; 12. Ryder Wright, 260 on three; 13. J.J. Elshere, 252; 14. Mitch Pollock, 171.5 on two; 15. Bradley Harter, 86.5 on one. World standings: 1. Zeke Thurston, $304,184; 2. Ryder Wright, $261,988; 3. Spencer Wright, $203,438; 4. Jake Watson, $199,175; 5. Rusty Wright, $195,884; 6. Chase Brooks, $194,681; 7. Brody Cress, $192,872; 8. Dawson Hay, $180,260; 9. Jacobs Crawley, $169,089; 10. Sterling Crawley, $156,722; 11. Jesse Wright, $143,736; 12. Bradley Harter, $127,543; 13. Mitch Pollock, $125,196; 14. J.J. Elshere, $119,004; 15. Colt Gordon, $110,519.

Tie-down roping: 1. Marty Yates, 7.0 seconds, $26,231; 2. Caleb Smidt, 7.2, $20,731; 3. (tie) Rhen Richard and Ty Harris, 7.5, $13,327 each; 5. Tyson Durfey, 7.6, $6,769; 6. Cooper Martin, 7.8, $4,231; 7. Riley Pruitt, 8.0; 8. Tuf Cooper, 8.3; 9. Haven Meged, 8.4; 10. Shane Hanchey, 9.0; 11. Taylor Santos, 10.6; 12. Tyler Milligan, Michael Otero, Shad Mayfield and Adam Gray, NT. Average standings: 1. Haven Meged, 77.7 seconds on nine; 2. Tyson Durfey, 78.0; 3. Tuf Cooper, 78.3; 4. Taylor Santos, 86.1; 5. Riley Pruitt, 87.2; 6. Caleb Smidt, 96.6; 7. Shane Hanchey, 73.2 on eight; 8. Tyler Milligan, 75.9; 9. Cooper Martin, 80.2; 10. Marty Yates, 59.1 on seven; 11. Rhen Richard, 67.1; 12. Michael Otero, 74.4; 13. Ty Harris, 49.8 on six; 14. Shad Mayfield, 63.9; 15. Adam Gray, 53.2 on five. World standings: 1. Shane Hanchey, $209,928; 2. Riley Pruitt, $203,599; 3. Marty Yates, $197,200; 4. Ty Harris, $186,765; 5. Tyler Milligan, $186,307; 6. Caleb Smidt, $180,400; 7. Haven Meged, $171,975; 8. Tyson Durfey, $171,955; 9. Tuf Cooper, $168,477; 10. Taylor Santos, $150,753; 11. Adam Gray, $128,404; 12. Shad Mayfield, $127,075; 13. Cooper Martin, $125,593; 14. Michael Otero, $116,155; 15. Rhen Richard, $111,988.

Barrel racing: 1. Stevi Hillman, 13.53 seconds, $26,231; 2. Hailey Kinsel, 13.64, $20,731; 3. Dona Kay Rule, 13.78, $15,654; 4. Nellie Miller, 13.79, $11,000; 5. Lacinda Rose, 13.84, $6,769; 6. Emily Miller, 13.87, $4,231; 7. Ivy Conrado-Saebens, 13.97; 8. Lisa Lockhart, 14.17; 9. Jennifer Sharp, 18.89; 10. Amberleigh Moore, 18.99; 11. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 19.00; 12. Jessica Routier, 19.04; 13. Shali Lord, 19.33; 14. Cheyenne Wimberley, 23.68; 15. Ericka Nelson, 24.12. Average standings: 1. Ivy Conrado-Saebens, 124.58 seconds on nine runs; 2. Emily Miller, 124.60; 3. Hailey Kinsel, 128.57; 4. Nellie Miller, 130.57; 5. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, 130.67; 6. Lisa Lockhart, 130.76; 7. Shali Lord, 130.85; 8. Lacinda Rose, 131.25; 9. Jessica Routier, 134.58; 10. Dona Kay Rule, 134.95; 11. Jennifer Sharp, 146.27; 12. Amberleigh Moore, 148.66; 13. Cheyenne Wimberley, 161.43; 14. Ericka Nelson, 161.56; 15. Stevi Hillman, 130.59 on eight. World standings: 1. Hailey Kinsel, $283,674; 2. Amberleigh Moore, $207,982; 3. Nellie Miller, $204,168; 4. Emily Miller, $201,222; 5. Dona Kay Rule, $190,277; 6. Ivy Conrado-Saebens, $181,750; 7. Lisa Lockhart, $181,313; 8. Jessica Routier, $180,197; 9. Stevi Hillman, $157,219; 10. Shali Lord, $143,776; 11. Brittany Pozzi Tonozzi, $135,600; 12. Lacinda Rose, $127,494; 13. Jennifer Sharp, $114,024; 14. Ericka Nelson, $110,202; 15. Cheyenne Wimberley, $107,130.

Bull riding: 1. Boudreaux Campbell, 91 points on Bar T Rodeo’s Goofy, $26,231; 2. Daylon Swearingen, 90, $20,731; 3. Jordan Hansen, 88, $15,654; 4. Trey Benton III, 87.5, $11,000; 5. Stetson Wright, 85.5, $6,769; 6. Jordan Spears, 85, $4,231; 7. Jeff Askey, 83; 8. Sage Kimzey, Trevor Kastner, Josh Frost, Tyler Bingham, Garrett Smith, Trey Kimzey and Clayton Sellars, NS; 15. Koby Radley, INJ. Average standings: 1. Boudreaux Campbell, 624 points on seven head; 2. Sage Kimzey, 621; 3. Jordan Spears, 517 on six; 4. Stetson Wright, 448.5 on five; 5. Koby Radley, 435; 6. Tyler Bingham, 429.5; 7. Trey Benton III, 352 on four; 8. Clayton Sellars, 347.5; 9. Jeff Askey, 340.5; 10. Daylon Swearingen, 270 on three; 11. Jordan Hansen, 267.5; 12. Garrett Smith, 178.5 on two; 13. Trey Kimzey, 168; 14. Trevor Kastner, 86 on one; 15. Josh Frost, NS. World standings: 1. Sage Kimzey, $390,047; 2. Boudreaux Campbell, $289,996; 3. Stetson Wright, $244,499; 4. Tyler Bingham, $196,264; 5. Trey Benton III, $186,995; 6. Daylon Swearingen, $179,799; 7. Jordan Hansen, $179,465; 8. Koby Radley, $178,849; 9. Garrett Smith, $171,769; 10. Jordan Spears, $168,779; 11. Trevor Kastner, $161,216; 12. Clayton Sellars, $158,018; 13. Jeff Askey, $132,156; 14. Josh Frost, $129,561; 15. Trey Kimzey, $124,930.

All-Around Standings: 1. Stetson Wright, $275,076; 2. Clay Smith, $252,172; 3. Tuf Cooper, $222,640; 4. Caleb Smidt, $193,690; 5. Trevor Brazile, $129,754; 6. Daylon Swearingen, $138,881; 7. Rhen Richard, $104,653; 8. Landon McClaugherty, $112,119; 9. Steven Dent, $111,577; 10. Josh Frost, $92,732.

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