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McNeese men's team wins rodeo

The following is a news release from McNeese State University:

The McNeese State University men's rodeo team took first place in the Southwest Texas Junior College Rodeo Oct. 3-5 in Ulvalde. The women's rodeo team finished in second place.

Michael Houston, Belton, Texas, won the championship in saddle bronc riding, while Bobby Abernathy, Athens, Ala., won the championship in steer wrestling and Orrin Fontenot, Baton Rouge, finished as reserve champion.

In team roping, Billy and Matt Morian, both of Jasper, Texas, finished as reserve champions, while Ben Cox, Hot Springs, Ark., and Ike Fontenot, Ville Platte, finished sixth. Ike Fontenot also finished seventh in tie down roping event.

Chad Rutherford, Ithaca, Texas, finished third in bareback riding, while Jack Kitaif, Tylertown, Miss., took fourth place.

In the breakaway roping competition, Paige Plush, Merryville, won the event and Jessica Delfunt, Athens, Ala., tied for second place.

Jacquelyn Gregory, Lamar, Mo., won the championship in goat tying, while Kyla Foster, Bell City, finished fourth, McKenzie Cooper, DeQuincy, finished fifth and Lauren Hansen, Sulphur, finished seventh.

In barrel racing, Stacey Devall, Denham Springs, finished third, while Stephanie Mosley, Bolton, Miss., finished seventh.

The next rodeo is scheduled Oct. 10-12 at Northeast Texas Community College in Mount Pleasant.

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