#snapshots: 4 local middle schoolers headed to National Jr. High Rodeo
#snapshots, brought to you by Rendezvous Dental, is a series highlighting amazing athletic and competitive achievements from across County 10.
Four Fremont County Middle School students have qualified to attend the National Jr High School Rodeo.
Lanna Jordan, an eighth grader from Shoshoni has qualified in 2 events. She is the girls breakaway and girls goat tying state champion in both events.
Brodie Bates is your Wyoming state champion bull rider. He is an 8th grader at Riverton.
Derek Grant is second in the state for bull riding and is a 7th grader at Wind River.
And Cannon Campbell is a 6th grader from Shoshoni qualifying in boy’s goat tying and is 3rd in the state.
Most of the kids compete in other events in the rodeo circuit but this has proven where they excel. The National Jr High Rodeo is the second largest rodeo in the nation and will be held in Lebanon, Tennessee, again this year in June.
h/t Jessica Bates