Louisiana High School Rodeo hosts rodeo finals - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Louisiana High School Rodeo hosts rodeo finals

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The Louisiana High School Rodeo Association (LHSRA) began hosting the Louisiana High School and Junior High School Rodeo Finals at the Burton Coliseum Complex this past Friday, May 31, 2013 and the event will continue until June 8.  

With upgrades on the facility and branding enhancements, the Burton Coliseum Complex is ready to welcome more than 300 contestants from across the state striving to be named champion and qualify for the national finals. 

Admission to the event is $7 and children six and under may enter for free for all performances and slack. Armbands will be sold for $30 for admission to all five performances. 

Below are the theme nights and schedule of events:  

HIGH SCHOOL RODEO:

Monday, June 3

9 a.m. – Girls and Boys Cutting Event

2 p.m. – Girls and Boys Cutting Event 

Tuesday, June 4

9 a.m. – Girls and Boys Cutting Event

6:30 p.m. – "Twin Night Grand Entry Theme"  

Wednesday, June 5

6:30 p.m. – "Duck Dynasty Grand Entry Theme"   

Thursday, June 6

1 p.m. – Fashion Show and Queen's Contest

6:30 p.m. – "Cancer Awareness Grand Entry Theme" 

Friday, June 7 

6:30 p.m. – "Flashback Friday Grand Entry Theme"

Saturday, June 8

7 a.m. - Noon – 2nd Annual King of the Pit BBQ Cook-off

1 p.m. – Alumni Rodeo

6 p.m. – Queen Presentation

6:30 p.m. – "Class Colors Grand Entry Theme"

Military Appreciation Night – all members of the military will be able to enter at no charge by showing their military ID

Elected Officials will be recognized

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