- State Finals Checkoff List - High School - View Here
State Finals Checkoff List - Jr. High School - View Here
As you know we have our fundraiser team roping on Saturday May 25th at the Kingman outdoor arena. We are responsible for the concession stand and that money will go towards the money we earn for awards and putting on our state finals for our high school and jr. high school contestants. Brenda Lagasse and Chad Wiswell are organizing this concession stand. Bill and Lita Robertson have donated ALL the meat for it. What we need now are members to donate either money to purchase the other items or pledge to bring something. We need the following items:
Hamburger Buns - 250 patties
Hot Dog Buns - 250 buns
Ketchup, Mustard, Relish
Cases of bottled water
Cases of Misc. Pop (Dr. Pepper, Pepsi, Dt. Pepsi, Mt Dew)
Asst. of Candy Bars
Asst of baked goods already bagged.
8 to 10 aluminum pans
Bags of potato chips
If you would rather send money to help, please send it to KHSRA, Suzan Adams 7762 Old Stage Road, Junction City, KS 66441.
All members (both high school and jr. high school) are encourage to attend this roping to help - the money goes back to you). We know that some of you already have plans since it is the holiday week-end, but if not please try to be there.
- Banner Rotation List - Sophomore Parents Responsibility - View Here
- Map to the Shooting Location at State finals - view here
- Entries are open for the IFYR at Shawnee. We did not have a coordinator this year for Kansas, however, you can still enter online and put that you are with the Kansas team and they will try to accommodate parking all of you together. Web address for entries is: www.shawneexpo.org/ifyr.
- From Paula Yaussi: This is planning ahead for nationals, but please read this message:
A very fun thing that happens at Nationals (both Jr. High and Sr. High) is the Silent Auction of items from each state to benefit the Cowboy Crisis Fund. Last year the Auction Display for Kansas had a retail value of $600 each. Many handcrafted items were donated from Kansas crafters and businesses and your Association contributed funds to purchase items as well. This year we are asking the membership to please donate an item to the cause. Please plan to bring your donated item to any of the remaining rodeos and State Finals at the latest. Your items can be dropped off with Paula Yaussi. Suggestions for items to donate are: All things western / cowboy, jewelry, belts, hats, picture frames, Kansas made items, wall decor, candles, Scentsy stuff, spurs, halters, perfume, hat bands, horse supplements, BBQ stuff, neat things you use living out of a trailer, stadium seats, anything rustic, yard art, etc. Please make sure these are new or very gently used items. Thanks so much for your help!!
- KHSRA/KJHSRA Annual Team Roping Fundraiser -- Even if you are NOT a team roper, this is a fundraiser for our associations and you are strongly encouraged to be there to help with this. (start time was changed to 11:00 instead of 12:00 though.
IPAD and both high school and jr high school sponsorship money will be mailed to:
7762 Old Stage Rd
Junction City, KS 66441
- A new website is available for High School rodeo and Jr. College athletes!
RodeoRecruiting.com is specifically tailored to high school and junior college rodeo athletes searching for their next school. The purpose of the site is to provide a central location where rodeo athletes can post their profile information and be recruited by college rodeo coaches. Students can post their accomplishments along with pictures and videos. There are several sites that offer recruiting for other sports such as football, basketball, etc. RodeoRecruiting.com provides this same opportunity to rodeo athletes.
Athletes can sign up free until December 25, 2012, by using the coupon code 52xs8EdR. Go to www.rodeorecruiting.com and click on the link that says sign up for an account. When prompted for payment information, use the coupon code above and then go to account information and start adding your profile, pictures and videos. Also, check out the free classified ad section available to members.
RodeoRecruiting.com is focused on spreading the word to rodeo athletes and contacting each college rodeo program in the nation so each school can easily promote their program and connect with the talented rodeo athletes.
Any questions about www.rodeorecruiting.com should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Jr. High, you have to turn in $225.00. This can be done in sponsor donations OR you can sell tickets to win an IPAD. Tickets will be handed out in Emporia and will cost $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00. The money will be due on Jnauary 18th, 2013.
- 2012 State Finals Program - click on picture to view the flipbook
There has been some confusion on co-sanctioned rodeos on when you can change out of your western attire. Here is the rule -
Contestants are required to be in full western dress one hour before the rodeo begins (does not include when cutting starts, but the actual rodeo). However, if you are in the arena, during the cutting contest, you are required to be in full western dress. Contestant and helper (adult and/or parent) if in arena must be in full western dress code. Contestant must be in western attire to check in with the rodeo secretary if it is one hour or less before/after the start/end of the rodeo. Contestants are required to be in western dress until the rodeo is complete. If the rodeo is a co-sanction rodeo, you must remain in western attire until your rodeo is complete. For example, if you are a high school member and the high school rodeo ends first, you can change after the last person goes in the last event even if the Jr. High rodeo is still going on and the other way around. So, at Greensburg there was much confusion about whether or not the Jr. High contestants had to be in western attire for the night performance. The answer was no. I was unclear on this myself, so I apologize if I created more confusion.
If the rodeo is not over and you are in the office to pickup your checks - you must be in western attire to do so! We had several stop in on their way out to get checks in Emporia in shorts and t-shirts. The rodeo was not over. Please don't put Sherri and I in that kind of position to have to enforce that rule and get someone disqualified over something so simple.
|Videos from State Finals are now online and can be viewed here. A huge thanks to Lita Robertson of Latigo and Lace Productions for putting these videos together for us to view. If you want to order a copy of your runs from state finals, you can still do so by contacting her. Contact information can be viewed here.
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- Team Cinch Process - Read Here
- NHSRA Forms for AQHA Horse of the Year and Applications for Professional Choice Athlete of the Month, etc are available on the Official Documents Page.
- Calendar Draw
|2012-2013 High School Team Cinch
Cinch Team Selection Procedure
Bareback – Colton Delgado
Boys Cutting – Mitchell Gorman
Saddlebronc – Lane Hamm
Steer Wrestling – Laramie Moore
Bulls – Cody Hunsperger
Calfroping – Trey Johnson & Cooper Martin (tied)
Team Roping – Austin Crist – Trevor Kirchenshlager
Queen – McKayla Bacon
Girls Cutting – Paige Wiseman
Goats – Stacey Bailey
Breakaway – Brandi Hollenbeck
Poles – Peyton Mentzer
Barrels – Hannah Holland
Trap Shotgun – Daityn Rucker
Small Bore – Rachel Shultz
Note: There is no Academic or Elite Cinch Teams this year. That decision was made by NHSRA
Bulls – Jesse Pope
Calfroping – Ricky Yaussi
Chute Dogging – Connor Gentry
Boys Goats – Trevor Meier
Boys Breakaway – Casey Hayes
Ribbon Roping – Shay Whiting – Tanner Jackman
Team Roping – Coy Arnold & Jess Koehn
Girls Breakaway – Beau Peterson
Girls Goats – Kenzie Jones
Poles – Karsyn Smith
Barrels – Taylor Algrim
Shooting – Joel Miller
All of the photos on this website are courtesy of Kent Kerschner, FotoCowboy. He does not charge us for these pictures. He is also not paid to be at the rodeos to take pictures. The only compensation that he gets is when you order pictures. I know in this economy it is tough, but I also know that you enjoy getting on his website and looking at your pictures after the rodeo. If he doesn't make any money, he can't continue to travel to our rodeos and take these pictures. Please make every effort to support Kent.