Quint Bell led the way for the Humboldt County Rodeo Club at the Moapa High School rodeo on March 24-25.
Bell won the average in tie-down roping with a combined time of 25.360 seconds. He won the first go-around with a time of 11.340 and was the runner-up in the second go-around at 14.020.
Bell finished third in the steer wrestling average, which included a third-place outing in the first go-around with a time of 20.410. He did not have a time in the second go-around.
His younger brother, Cade Bell, was fourth in the tie-down roping. Bell placed fifth in the first go-around in a time of 17.270 and sixth in the second go-around at 19.350.
The brother duo finished ninth in the second go-around of team roping with a time of 18.640.
Marie Curtis was 15th in the barrel racing average, with times of 19.562 and 18.932. She was 18th in the breakaway roping, which included a10th-place in the first go-around with a time of 4.620. She had a time of 11.790 in the second go-around. Curtis and team-roping partner Macady Bundy of Alamo were 10th in the second go-around with a time of 25.200.
shines at Fernley
The Humboldt County Rodeo Club was in Fernley on March 10-11.
Julianne Montero was second in the barrel racing average at 26.635. Wells’ Alyssa Boyd won the average at 36.583. Montero captured the top spot in the first go-around with a time of 18.323. She was the runner-up in the second go-around at 18.312.
In addition, Montero was second in the goat tying average. The Lowry High School junior was fourth in the first performance at 9.650 and second in the second performance with a time of 8.490 for an average of 18.140. Corley Raper of Douglas and Carson won the average at 17.690.
Montero finished 14th in the breakaway roping average, after missing her calf in the first go-around. She was eighth in the second go-around with a time of 4.81.
Danyelle Draper placed fifth in the reined cow horse average with 282 points. She had scores of 140 and 142 in her performances. She was 11th in breakaway roping as well. She did not rope her calf in the first go-around but was seventh in the second go-around with a time of 4.710.
Megan Miller posted a fifth-place finish in the pole bending average. She had times of 11.551 and 21.717. Miller was 15th in the average in breakaway roping, including a ninth-place finish in the first go-around at 4.99. She was 33rd in barrel racing.
Annabelle Grasmick placed 13th in the pole bending average, after finishing ninth in the first go-around with a time of 23.122. She was 39th in the barrel racing average.
Quint Bell was the only competitor to have two clean runs in steer wrestling. He won the average with a time of 32.210 and was tops in both performances at 17.339 and 14.880. Bell was fourth in tie-down roping. He had no time in the first go-around and he was first in the second go-around at 10.410.
Cade Bell finished eight in the tie-down roping. He placed sixth in the first go-around with a time of 27.640 but did not have a time in the second go-around.
Humboldt County rides
Humboldt County was in Pahrump on Feb. 24-25 and turned in a number of good finishes.
Montero and Miller were second and ninth in the average in barrel racing. Montero placed third in the breakaway roping average and Curtis was sixth. Montero was busy on the weekend, placing fifth in the goat tying average.
In addition, Miller was inside the top-15 in the breakaway average in 13th. Miller was 12th in the pole bending average and Grasmick was 16th.
Quint Bell was tops in steer wrestling again and Cade Bell was third. Cade and Quint Bell were second and third, respectively, in tie-down roping.