The South Plains College women’s rodeo team extended their lead in the regional standings by winning the women’s team title at the Odessa College rodeo.
Both the Texans and the Lady Texans competed at the Odessa rodeo, which was held Feb. 22 – Feb. 24 at the Ector County Coliseum.
The Lady Texans are ranked number one in the region with 1,381 points.
With a pair of top-five finishes, the Lady Texans tallied 410 points at the Odessa rodeo. Tarleton State, which is ranked second in the region, finished in sixth place with a total of 108.33 points.
SPC’s Lariat Larner won the women’s all-around title for with 160 points.
Jenna Dallyn earned 155 points in goat tying. She posted a time of 7.1 seconds in the long round, which was followed by a time of 6.9 seconds in the finals and first place in the event. Larner earned 60 points in goat tying, placing fifth in the event. She had a time of 6.5 seconds in the long round and 9.9 seconds in the short round.
Kashley Seitz earned 95 points in the breakaway roping event. Seitz had a time of 2.8 seconds in the long round, followed by 3.2 seconds in the finals, earning a fourth-place finish overall.
Larner also earned a top-five finish in breakaway roping. She posted a time of 2.5 seconds in the long round and 3.8 seconds in the finals. Larner placed third in breakaway roping overall, collecting 100 points.
The Texans finished in sixth-place, adding 180 points to their season.
Chet Boren and Hadley Cloward placed second in team roping. They recorded a time of 5.9 seconds in the long round and 20.7 seconds in the short round, finishing with 130 points.
Zack Kirkpatrick teamed up with Texas Tech’s Kade Cotton in team roping. They posted a time of 7.2 seconds in the long round, but the duo missed the short round. Kirkpatrick earned the Texans 50 points.