Kenzie Kelton Leads Breakaway Ropers into NHSFR Short Round

The National High School Finals Rodeo breakaway roping is heating up in Gillette, Wyoming. Keep up with results and hear from champions here.

Kenzie Kelton Leads Breakaway Ropers Into Nhsfr Short Round

The best high school athletes in the nation have ascended upon Gillette, Wyoming, for the National High School Finals Rodeo. Keep up with NHSFR results and information here. 

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The go-rounds have been salty, with Florida’s Kaydence Tindall roping sharp to be 2.05 for the first round win. Friday morning saw Abby McCreary of Texas complete a blazing 1.98-second run. However, it is Kenzie Kelton who was rock solid with times of 2.1 and 2.66 to grip the aggregate lead with 4.76 seconds on two.

These are the top 20 breakaway ropers advancing to Saturday evening’s short round.

Aggregate Leaders

1. (AZ) Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., 4.76

2. (AR) Marlee Raby, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 5.06

3. (WI) Jenna Hume, Orfordville, Wis., 5.38

4. (FL) Kaydence Tindall, Felda, Fla., 5.76

5. (ID) Jetta Bott, Rupert, Idaho, 5.78

6. (KS) Baylee Barker, Atlanta, Kan., 5.79

7. (NM) Quincy Sullivan, Peralta, N.M., 5.83

8. (IL) Maggie Stewart, Sheridan, Ill., 5.88

9. (WY) Kaeley Hutchison, Rozet, Wyo., 6.01

10. (OR) Bayli Ladner, Klamath Falls, Ore., 6.52

11. (KY) Addey Lawson, Lancaster, Ky., 6.57

12. (TX) Abby McCreary, Canyon, Texas, 6.64

13. (PA) Morgan Poust, Hughesville, Pa., 6.71

14. (VA) Hannah Revere, Dunnsville, Va., 6.72

15. (ND) Jezimay Watson, Cavalier, N.D., 6.97

16. (AR) Rae Thurman, Summers, Ark., 7.07

17. (MS) Summer Joy Williams, Perkinston, Miss., 7.24

18. (GA) Sarah Toole, Rydal, Ga., 7.58

19. (BC) Rylie Bondaroff, Arras, British Columbia, Can., 7.81

20. (CO) Cassidy Evans, Fort Supply, Okla., 7.84

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Second Go-Round Winners

1. (MT) Payton Levine, Wolf Creek, Mont., 1.86

2. (TX) Abby McCreary, Canyon, Texas, 1.98

3. (IL) Maggie Stewart, Sheridan, Ill., 2.4

4. (WA) Brynn Morgan, Royal City, Wash., 2.42

4. (NM) Kadin Jodie, Church Rock, N.M., 2.42

4. (OR) Shealyn Harrison, Scio, Ore., 2.42

7. (LA) Grace Dubois, Church Point, La., 2.43

8. (AR) Marlee Raby, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 2.53

9. (GA) Sarah Toole, Rydal, Ga., 2.61

10. (AZ) Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., 2.66

11. (GA) Kirby Rice, Nashville, Ga., 2.69

11. (HI) Lilia Keakealani, Kamuela, Hawaii, 2.69

13. (GA) Hinsli Dease, Blairsville, Ga., 2.7

14. (AL) Darby Poole, Robertsdale, Ala., 2.71

15. (IA) Emma Ricke, Lawton, Iowa, 2.72

16. (WI) Jenna Hume, Orfordville, Wis., 2.77

17. (CA) Sutton Mang, Lompoc, Calif., 2.79

18. (AZ) Rayna Billingsley, Phoenix, Ariz., 2.86

19. (SK) Olivia Parsonage, Maple Creek, Saskatchewan, Can., 2.87

19. (WI) Clare Burcalow, Waunakee, Wis., 2.87

First Go-Round Winners

1. (FL) Kaydence Tindall, Felda, Fla., 2.05

2. (OK) Sage Griswold, Geary, Okla., 2.07

3. (AZ) Kenzie Kelton, Mayer, Ariz., 2.1

4. (FL) Chancey Wright, Punta Gorda, Fla., 2.3

5. (AR) Marlee Raby, Mt. Vernon, Ark., 2.53

6. (NE) Makayla Wray, Ord, Neb., 2.6

7. (KS) Maddie Scott, Quenemo, Kan., 2.61

7. (WI) Jenna Hume, Orfordville, Wis., 2.61

9. (NM) Quincy Sullivan, Peralta, N.M., 2.62

10. (ID) Jetta Bott, Rupert, Idaho, 2.72

11. (WV) Makayla Osborne, Fayetteville, W.V., 2.73

12. (WY) Kaeley Hutchison, Rozet, Wyo., 2.76

13. (AL) Sydney Poole, Robertsdale, Ala., 2.86

14. (KS) Baylee Barker, Atlanta, Kan., 2.88

15. (AR) Addi Williams, Harrisburg, Ark., 2.94

16. (TX) Kaleigh Elliott, Ballinger, Texas, 2.95

16. (OH) Emma Wyant, Lisbon, Ohio, 2.95

18. (NC) Grace Toberer, Mount Ulla, N.C., 3.04

19. (MT) Mylee Welch, Joliet, Mont., 3.06

20. (OR) Bayli Ladner, Klamath Falls, Ore., 3.09

Full results and information can be found here.

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