Keiki and High School Rodeo opener

POIPU – The Keiki and High School Rodeo 2002 season opener took place Sunday at CJM Country Stables in Poipu.

Here are the results for the rodeo action:

Barrel Racing – In High School Barrel Racing, Skye Andrade took first place in the time of 37.32. Alana Brun was second with a 29.61 and Kristen Sugai took third with a 45.16. Jessica Morris rounded the top four with a 46.77.

In the 5-8 keiki division, Marcus Shimogawa took first place in the time of 19.30. Kira Blacksted Pimental was second (20.20) and Britni Braun was third (23.84). Alexis Vasconcellas and Mahealani Hurd followed.

Haley Miranda won the 9-11 division with the time of 18.77. Gavin Shimogawa was second with a 19.74. Kelli Caveiro was third, Acey Soares fourth and Taylor Ludington followed in fifth.

For the 12-14 division, Damien DeCosta came out on top with an 18.44. Kristyn Vasconcellas was second with a 19.02 and Sumiko Falque was third with a 19.27. Jenna Soares was fourth and Kody Yamamoto fifth.

Pole Bending – Alana Brun won the high school pole bending division in the time of 45.91. Kristine Sugai took second with a 49.04, and Skye Andrade (57.18) and Jessica Morris (62.21) were third and fourth.

Kira Blackstad Pimental won the Keiki 5-8 division with a 24.58. Marcus Shimogawa was second with a 27.71, and Alexis Vasconcellas, Hallie Cristobal and Mahealani Hurd followed (in that order).

In the 9-11 division, Jessica Falque came out on top with a 25.56. Kelli Carveiro was second with a 26.35 and Kanan Yamamoto, Kalani Grace and Acey Soares rounded the top finishers.

Sumiko Falque won the 12-14 division. Her time of 23.41 edged that of Kristyn Vasconcellas, who was second with a 24.84. Kody Yamamoto, Brittney Brun and Jaime Sugai followed.

Steer Wrestling – Austin Mendez won the High School Steer Wrestling competition in the time of 9.45.

Goat Undecorating, Goat Tying -In Keiki Goat Undecorating 5-8 division, Marcus Shimogawa took first with a 7.04 time. Alexis Vasconcellas was second in the time of 8.89 and Halli Cristobal, Mahealani Hurd and Kira Blackstad Pimental were third, fourth and fifth.

In the 9-11 division, Kalani Grace was first with a 8.13. Kelli Carveiro took second with an 8.55, and Taylor Ludington, Acey Soares and Alannah Morris were third, fourth and fifth.

In the keiki 12-14 division Goat Tying bracket, Jaime Sugai took first place in the time of 19.46. Sumiko Falque was second with a 23.48 and Kristyn Vasconcellas was third with a 31.44.

DUMMY ROPING – In the 5-8 division, Hallie Cristobal took first place with a time of 13.61. Ross Brun was second with a 14.37 and Kira Blackstad Pimental, Alexis Vasconcellas and Britni Braun were third, fourth and fifth.

In the 9-11 division, Acey Soares took first in the time of 10.02. Jessica Falque was second with a 10.66, and Kanan Yamamoto, Kalani Grace and Gavin Shimogawa followed.

BREAKAWAY ROPING – Kody Yamamoto won the keiki division in the time of 4.81. Tyler Duarte was second with a 5.96, Brittney Brun was third with a 6.01 and Krysten Vasconcellas was fourth with a 7.01.

In the high school division, Kristene Sugai took first with a 16.05 time. Alana Brun was second in 22.63 and Kassie Wong and Jessica Morris were third and fourth.

CALF ROPING – Riley Pedro took top honors in the High School Calf Roping competition, finishing in the time of 50.96. Dustin Mendes was second with a 58.75, and Randy Brun and Marcus Laymon came in third and fourth.

DOUBLE MUGGING – The team of Kurtis Low and Marcus Laymon won the High School Double Mugging competition with the time of 44.35.

PO’O WAI U – Randy Brun won the High School Po’o Wai U division in the time of 30.56. Austin Mendes came second with a 50.80 and Marcus Laymon came in third with a 54.43.

DALLY TEAM ROPING – The team of Randy Brun and Riley Pedro netted a time of 8.90 in High School Dally Team Roping to notch first place. Kurtis Lowe and Marcus Laymon were second with a 14.23, Austin and Dustim Mendes were third with a 16.52 and Kristene Sugai and Juddson Napier were fourth with a 21.62.

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