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Desertview Pro Rodeo

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Jacob Spencer from Cedar City rides his bull.

Desertview Pro Rodeo results

Bareback bronc riding: first-James Sursa, Bluebell, Utah-82; second-Casey Colletti, Pueblo, Colo.-81; and third-Bud Munns, Hansel Valley, Utah-77.

Tie down roping: first-Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho-8.7; second-JC Malone, Hooper, Utah-9.2; and third, Chet Keetch, Montpelier, Idaho-9.5.

Team roping: first place tie-Justin Hodson, West Haven, Utah and Jade Anderson, Spring Lake, Utah-5.5, and Brian Winn, Annabella, Utah and Coby Drake, Enterprise, Utah-5.5, and third place-Cody Hutchinson, Dillon, Mont., and Beau Hutchison, Blackfoot, Idaho-5.7.

Steer wrestling: first-Shayne Bennett, Riverton, Utah-6.7; second-Coby Brown, Bluffdale, Utah-7.0; and third-Brook Colledge, Lehi, Utah-7.2.

Saddle bronc riding: first-Ty Anderson, Pleasantview, Utah-83; second-Jake Hayworth, St. Anthony, Idaho-82; and third place tie-Rusty Allen, Lehi, Utah and Levi Berry, Morgan, Utah-81.

Bull riding: first Brad Pierce, Snyder, Texas-90; second-Heath Bronson, Midway, Utah-88; and third-Zack Elliott, Thatcher, Utah-84.

In the bull riding event, the record score was 87 set by Derald Riche of Helper, Utah in 2003. At this year's Desertview Pro Rodeo, Heath Bronson broke that record with a score of 88. The new record lasted until the next ride, which was Brad Pierce of Snyder, Texas, who scored a 90.

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