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Led by Gillette's Jordan Morman and Saratoga's Tuker Carricato, Wyoming finished fifth in the team standings at the National Junior High School Finals Rodeo on Saturday in Huron, South Dakota.

Morman won the final go-round in barrel racing with a 15.662-second run and finished second in the average with a three-run time of 47.602 seconds. Carricato was second in the average in bareback steer riding with a total score of 187 points on three head.

Also finishing in the Top 20 in the average were: Big Piney's Jaspur Brower (8th in bareback steer riding), Ten Sleep's Mason Trollinger (15th in boys breakaway), Yoder's Kyler Clark (19th in boys breakaway), Jackson's Brody Hasenack (9th in bull riding), Pavillion's Derek Grant (19th in bull riding), Sheridan's Tavy Leno (tied for 4th in girls goat tying), Laramie's Sidney DeLancer (11th in pole bending), Wheatland's Rayne Grant (13th in pole bending), and Yoder's Haiden Thompson (20th in pole bending).

Texas won the team standings with 6,865 points, followed by Oklahoma (4,945), Utah (4.405), Louisiana (4.135) and Wyoming (3.485).

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Sports Editor

Jack Nowlin returned to the Star-Tribune in 2007 after eight years covering Michigan State University athletics. A Wyoming native, and a graduate of Jeffrey City High School and the University of Wyoming, Jack serves as the Star-Tribune’s sports editor.

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