Results are in for the Koloa Plantation Days Rodeo at CJM

POIPU – The Koloa Plantation Days Rodeo took place Sunday at the CJM Stables in Poipu.

In the Bullriding event, Braddah Kelekoma came in first with 68 points; Levi Meada took second with 58 points.

In Barrels, Wendy Tannery took first place in the time of 17.60. Coralyn Muragama came in second, just behind Tannery with a 17.61. Rosanne Shimogawa took third with a 17.70 and Tami Yama took fourth place with a 17.91.

Tom Aiu’s time of 17.79 was good enough for first place in the Poo Wai U competition. Pat Brun, Jr. took second in 18.88; Randall Soares placed third with the time of 21.56; Jim Miranda took fourth in 25.11.

In the Keiki Breakaway event, Brittney Brun took first place in the time of 6.14; Chaz Rita came in second with the time of 6.27; Kristene Sugai took third with a 14.90 and Kelli Carveiro came in fourth with a 33.80.

The combo of Pat Brun, Jr. and Kevin Fernandez won the Open Roping event. They posted an average of 15.19, which was just tenths of a second better than the Bob Brun, Tom Aiu combo, which posted a 15.88. Randy Brun and Frank Nadarisy placed third in 19.30, and Adam Brun and Tom Aiu placed fourth with an average of 21.86.

In the #6 Team Roping event, Bert Miranda and Kahea White took first with an average 20.5. Russell Miranda and Pat Brun, Sr. came second with a 23.26. Randy Brun and Frank Nadarisy combined for a 24.25, good enough for third place and Lelan Nishek and Robert Rita combined for a 25.32 (fifth place).

The John Ludington and Ken Yamamoto team won the Double Mugging event in the time of 24.23. Braddah Kelekoma and Ken Yamamoto then teamed up for a second place finish. They’re time was 25.57. Kevin Fernandez and Ryan Waalani came in third with the time of 28.11, and Kahea White and Derwin Lemn finished in 31.04 for fourth place.


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