New leaders after 2nd night of Bigfork Summer Pro Rodeo

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BIGFORK ó The show must go on, even when itís raining.

That was the case on the second night of the 2nd annual Bigfork Summer Pro Rodeo on Saturday.

New leaders were crowned in nearly every event but barrel racing and team roping.

Tristan Hansen of Dillon had an 81-point ride in bareback. Fridayís leader Shawn Perkins was bumped into fifth place. In steer wrestling, bulldogger Bart Slaney of Whitefish took over the lead with a time of 5.0 seconds.

Bryce Bott of Victor roped his calf in 9.4 seconds for the No. 1 spot in tie-down roping. Travis Nelson of Broadus beat Friday nightís leader Alan Gobertís score of 72 by four points in saddle bronc riding.

There was only one qualifying ride in bull riding. Jayde Murphy of Cut Bank earned a score of 83 points.

The rodeo concludes today. Gates open at 3:30 p.m. and rodeo action begins at 5 p.m.

Results After Saturday

Bareback riding leaders: 1. Tristan Hansen, Dillon, 81 points on New West Rodeo Productionsí Quattro; 2. Trevar McAllister, Polson, 79; 3. Kirk St. Clair, Blodgett, 77; 4. Shawn Perkins, Bozeman, 75; no other qualified rides.

Steer wrestling leaders: 1. Bart Slaney, Whitefish, 5.0 seconds; 2. Scott Guenthner, Provost, Alberta, 5.1; 3. Nolan Conway, Cut Bank, 5.4; 4. Jordan Holland, Dillon, 6.0; 5. Cody Wiberg, Victor, 6.1; 6. Tyler Houle, Polson, 6.5.

Team roping leaders: 1. Kal Fuller, Bozeman/Kasper Roy, Mossleigh, Alberta, 4.8 seconds; 2. Brayden Parker, Lipan, Texas/Justice Thompson, Lipan, Texas, 5.1; 3. Delon Parker, Worden/Ryan Zurcher, Powell, Wyoming, 5.7; 4. Nolan Conway, Cut Bank/Shawn Bird, Cut Bank, 6.4; 5. Colton Johns, Deer Lodge/Shawn Little, Essex, 6.5; 6. Colby Oliver, Belgrade/Jacob Goddard, Billings, 6.6.

Saddle bronc riding leaders: 1. Travis Nelson, Broadus, 76 points on New West Rodeo Productionsí Zodiac; 2. Alan Gobert, Browning, 72; 3. Tanner Hollenback, Dillon 69; 4. Josh Davison, Miles City 68; 5. Cody Miller, 64; 6. Jake Running Crow, Billings, 63.

Tie-down roping leaders: 1. Bryce Bott, Victor, 9.4 seconds; 2. (tie) Jesse Medearis, Belgrade and Sam Levine, Wolf Creek, 10.2 each; 4. Jack Graham, Lakeview, Ore., 10.4; 5. Ryan Siemsen, Huntley, 11.0; 6. Landon Williams, Midland, Texas, 11.2.

Barrel racing leaders: 1. Ivy Hurst, Springer, Okla, 15.21 seconds; 2. Jennifer Sharp, Montgomery, Texas, 15.29; 3. Kenna Kaminski, Bellville, Texas, 15.34; 4. Casey Wagner, Park City, 15.36; 5. Mary Walker, Ennis, Texas, 15.40; 6. Keira Simonson, Loring, 15.41.

Bull riding leaders: 1. Jayde Murphy, Cut Bank, 83 points on New West Rodeo Productionsí Roosterís Egg; no other qualified rides.

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