Please note:
2021 Year End results are subject to change.
Technical support
is pending.

Year-End Champions

All-Around Champions (l to r): Senior All-Around Josi Schwab, Senior Reserve All-Around Kazanne Gjermundson, Junior Reserve Chesney Gjermundson, Junior All-Around Hayes Burress, Peewee All-Around Pete Maher, Beginner Reserve Al-Around Briar Ross, and Beginner All-Around Ava Weldon.

Buddy Kahl Memorial Beginner Perseverance Award:

2019 winner Lane Erickson receives a keepsake trophy and 2020 winner Briar Ross receives the traveling trophy from Larry Kahl, son of Buddy Kahl.

Becky Fisher Memorial Award:

2019 winner Pete Maher receives a keepsake trophy and 2020 winner Ava Weldon receives the traveling trophy.

Dedication Award Recipient:

John Schaffner

High School Rodeo Jacket Recipients:

(l to r) Paige Vandenburg, Kazanne Gjermundson, Autumn Sackman and Chesney Gjermundson. Not pictured:
Hadly Erickson, Faith Heim, Brody Reis, and Lauren Riehl. ​
Donated by the N.D. Army National Guard.

2020 Year-End Honorees

Beginner Reserve All-Around Winner Briar Ross with All-Around Champion Ava Weldon who won the Dummy Roping, Keyhole Race and Pole Bending. Not pictured: Barrel Racing, Colton Hausauer.

Pee Wee Division Event Champions (l to r): Barrel Racing and Goat Tail Tying, Pete Maher; Dummy Roping, Cooper Glines; and Calf Riding Retro Benson. Not pictured: Keyhole Race, Cruz Kurle and Pole Bending, Kenzley Hausauer.

Junior Division Event Champions (l to r): Pole Bending, Autumn Sackman; Girls Goat Tying, Chesney Gjermundson, Steer Riding, Donny Benson-Forster, and Breakaway Roping, Tie-Down Roping and Boys Goat Tying, Hayes Burress. Not pictured: Barrel Racing, Myah Mosset.

Senior Division Event Champions (l to r): Goat Tying and Pole Bending, Josi Schwab; Barrel Racing, Kazanne Gjermundson; Tie-Down Roping, Scott Hoovestol; and Breakaway Roping, Morgan McDowall. Not pictured: Team Roping, Brent Earsley and Kasey Erickson, and Pole Bending (tie), Brenna Schock.

Open Event Champions (l to r): Chute Dogging, Kenneth Hagen; and Pro-Am Team Roping, Hayes Burress. Not pictured: Pro-Am Team Roping (ties) Hadly Erickson and Teigen Earsley.