Team Roping Results

The 49th Nechako Valley Team Roping Results are out!

Saturday, Aug 22

#8 Roping

1st – Tom Davidson & Butch Hall

2nd – Dyson Leneve & Luke Meuhlen

3rd – Cody Sayles & Clay Cooper

4th – Pat Meuhlen & Butch Hall

Fast time – Dyson Leneve & Ray Sayles


#11 Roping

1st – Jason Beier & Dustin Shields

2nd – Clint Cripps & Dustin Spears

3rd – Jason Beier & John Hancock

4th – Charlie Soffel & Bud Lawlor

Fast time – Dustin Spears & Dustin Shields


Sunday, Aug 23

#8 Roping

1st – Dyson Leneve & Luke Meuhlen

2nd – Lance Meuhlen & John Hancock

3rd – Cody Sayles & Luke Meuhlen

4th – Denton Spears & Dustin Spears

Fast time – Dyson Leneve & Luke Meuhlen


#11 Roping

1st – Charlie Soffel & Dustin Shields

2nd – Denton Spears & John Hancock

3rd – Pat Meuhlen & Luke Meuhlen

4th – Clint Cripps & Bud Lawlor

Fast time – Dustin Spears & John Hancock

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