Five Southwest event winners during day two of CCA Finals
Kassidy Williamson - Southwest Booster file photo
Southwest cowboys and cowgirls rose to the top on day two of the Canadian Cowboys’ Association Finals in Regina Wednesday.
Five Southwest competitors won their events during the second round of the CCA Finals.
Leading the way was Mankota’s Kassidy Williamson as she won Junior Girls Barrel Racing for a second straight day. She won round one in 14.49 seconds for $250 on Tuesday. Watch video here. Williamson was even faster on Wednesday, finishing in 14.32 seconds to collect another $250. Watch video here.
Maple Creek’s Ross Kreutzer won Saddle Bronc with an 80.25 score on Fender Bender for $1,500. Watch video here
Hazenmore’s Chanse Switzer won Junior Steer Riding with a 75-point ride for $250. Watch video here. Maple Creek’s Brady Resch was third with 70 points for $125.
Maple Creek’s Kerry Maynes won Ladies Barrel Racing in 14.11 seconds for $1,500. Watch video here
Rounding out the Southwest event winners on day two was Maple Creek’s Jared Parsonage in Bull Riding when he scored 84.25 points on Vitalix Jump Start for $1,500. Watch video here
Hazenmore’s Ben Switzer worked with Jim Gomersall (Moose Jaw) to place second in Team Roping in 6.1 seconds for $750.
Lucky Lake’s Tyler Getz also finished second in Tie Down Roping in 9.4 seconds for $750.
Tompkins’ Jason Hofer rounded out the money winners on day two in third spot in Bareback with a 76.75 score for $500.
The CCA Finals opened on Tuesday with eight Southwest competitors in the money.
Kassidy Williamson was the only Southwest event winner on day one in Junior Girls Barrel Racing. Maple Creek’s Mardi Yarshenko was fourth in 14.69 seconds for $62.50.
Shawn Williamson continued the family success with a second-place finish in Tie Down Roping in 10.5 seconds for $750 in round one.
Consul’s Monty Koopman placed second in Bareback with a 78.75 score for $750. Piapot’s Brady Bertram was fourth in Bareback with a 76.75 for $250.
Shaunavon’s Tanner Allemand was third in Bull Riding on day one with an 82.5-point ride for $500. Parsonage was fourth with 82.25 points for $250.
Kreutzer, the regular season Saddle Bronc leader, was in the money on day one in a tie for fourth with a 76.5-point ride for $125.
Round three of the CCA Finals begins Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Brandt Centre in Regina.