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 By Ted Harbin    Sports    April 9, 2017

Ranger women win in Kansas

ALVA, Okla.—The little indoor arena in Garden City, Kansas, was the perfect fit for some members of the Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo team. The Rangers won the women’s team title with 420 points, 120 better than the runner-up,...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    March 10, 2017

Bowen stays strong in Fort Scott

The only way for Mason Bowen to stay the course he’s on is to continue winning points. He made that happen this past weekend with a second-place finish in tie-down roping at the Fort Scott (Kansas) Community College rodeo. The Northwestern...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    December 16, 2016

Struxness exits NFR with big money

LAS VEGAS – J.D. Struxness arrived in Las Vegas a couple weeks ago with a world championship on his mind. He’ll have to settle for making big money in Sin City and a No. 4 finish in the world standings. That’s not too shabby for a first-time...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    December 11, 2016

Struxness wrestles back to money

LAS VEGAS – For three straight nights, J.D. Struxness was the hottest cowboy at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo. He won at least a share of the title in Rounds 3-5 and pocketed just shy of $76,000 for doing so. But his hot streak turned cold in...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    December 11, 2016

Struxness earns another round win

LAS VEGAS – The hottest cowboy entering the fifth round of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo was Utah saddle bronc rider Ryder Wright, who had earned wins through the first four go-rounds. Steer wrestler J.D. Struxness is trying to make that sizzl...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    December 4, 2016

Struxness adds cash in NFR's first round

LAS VEGAS – In only his second year in ProRodeo, steer wrestler J.D. Struxness has had some amazing experiences already. Nothing was bigger than what the young cowboy experienced Thursday night during the first round of the Wrangler National...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    November 18, 2016

Struxness excited for his first NPR

APPLETON, Minn. – The 2016 rodeo season has already been spectacular for J.D. Struxness. It might just be getting better. Now a senior at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Struxness capped off his junior campaign by winning the National Inter...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    November 4, 2016

Miller leads Rangers to team title

Katy Miller breathed a hefty sigh Saturday night. The Northwestern Oklahoma State University cowgirl had overcome some early season issues and put together two solid runs to win both the breakaway roping and women’s all-around crowd and help guide...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    October 28, 2016

Devers dominates OSU rodeo

Everything fell into place at just the right time for Cody Devers, a Northwestern Oklahoma State University junior from Perryton, Texas. “It was pretty important for me to do well in Stillwater,” said Devers, a steer wrestler who won both...

 By Ted Harbin    Sports    October 14, 2016

Schulenberg earns title in Durant

Dylan Schulenberg is more than a college student. A junior at Northwestern Oklahoma State University, he also is a student of the game. A team roping header from Coal Valley, Illinois, he put his studies to the test this past weekend and passed; he...


Experience paying off for Allen

A busy summer in a labor of love seems to be paying dividends to Joby Allen and the Northwestern Oklahoma State University rodeo team. Allen wrestled two steers to the ground in a cumulative time of 9.5 seconds to win the bulldogging championship at...


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