CSC Rodeo Entries Show Consistency Posted by Jeremy Anderson Date: September 30, 2020 110 Views Several Chadron State College contestants demonstrated their consistency by placing at the Central Wyoming College rodeo in Riverton over the weekend. As usual, senior Quincy Segelke of Rozet, Wyo., was among the leaders, finishing second in goat tying in 7.7 and 8.0 seconds. She won the breakaway roping and placed among the top six in both goat tying and barrel racing at the CSC rodeo that opened the season in the Central Rocky Mountain Region on Sept. 13-15. She also placed in goat tying at the Laramie County Community College rodeo Sept. 20-22. Another CSC cowgirl, sophomore Sierra Lee of Buffalo, S.D., won the first go-round of breakaway roping at Riverton in 2.4 seconds, but she didn’t catch her calf in the finals and was sixth overall. Senior Brianna Williams, also of Buffalo, was a barrel race finalist in 18.0 and 18.7 seconds CSC sophomore Colton Storer of Arthur, Neb., was third in tie down roping with runs of 11.2 and 15.0 seconds at Riverton. Teammate Drew Neuerburg of Gill, Colo., was fifth in the opening go-round in 10.5 seconds, but he didn’t get a time in the finals. However, Neuerberg and Carson Good of Long Valley, S.D., finished fourth among the 136 entries in team roping with times of 9.6 and 10.3 seconds. Another CSC contestant, Tanner McInerney of Hulett, Wyo., and his partner, Caden Camp of Gillette College, won the first go-round of the team roping in five seconds flat, but took a no time in the finals on Sunday. They placed fourth in that event at the LCCC rodeo the previous weekend. A couple of CSC veterans came in fifth at Riverton. Bareback rider Rowdy Moon of Sargent scored 69 and 67 points and Tate Petrak of Martin, S.D., flipped his steers in 5.5 and 5.2 seconds. Both have placed in those events at all three of the rodeos this fall. The region’s final rodeo this fall will be at Lamar College in southern Colorado this weekend.