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Bull rider Cody Teel grabbed the average lead at the Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo on Tuesday with an 89-point ride on Rocky Mountain Rodeo's Bomb Pop.

Teel, the 2012 world champion, had an 84 on Monday to give him 173 points on two head. The Kountze, Texas, cowboy is the only competitor to cover two bulls through the first four performances.

Also taking the lead in the average Tuesday were bareback bronc rider David Peebles, saddle bronc rider Joe Lufkin and barrel racer Jana Bean.

Cheyenne's Beau Clark continues to lead the steer wrestling with a two-run time of 20.8 seconds, while Lane Livingston leads tie-down roping and Paul David Tierney and Levi Tyan hold the top spot in team roping.

In saddle bronc riding, Riverton's Andy Clarys, Lufkin and Cort Scheer are tied for the second-round lead with 83-point rides and Lance Creek's Colton Miller is second in the average with 164 points.

Laramie's Carla Beckett leads the second round of barrel racing with a 17.44.

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Jack Nowlin is sports editor of the Star-Tribune.

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