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Courtesy PRCA
Feb. 6, 2018

Vezain claims first Fort Worth average title

FORT WORTH, TEXAS – J.R. Vezain might be at the start of something good.
The five-time Wrangler National Finals Rodeo qualifier just won his second consecutive bareback riding competition, and this one for double-digit earnings.
Vezain won more than $10,000 after claiming the average at the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show in Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 3.
“Any big win is a big confidence boost,” said Vezain, who finished with 338.5 points on four head.
Vezain’s first ride in the finals on Saturday was enough to put him narrowly in the lead, but he was offered a re-ride and took it. The re-ride was even better. Vezain scored 87.5 points on Pickett Pro Rodeo’s Top Notch to win the final round and lock down the average.
“I didn’t even know if I was winning or not,” the Wyoming cowboy said. “They asked if I wanted a re-ride. When you’re in that situation you’ve got to lay it out on the line and go for first. You’ve got to keep swinging for the fences. That horse bucked. It was a great horse.”
Vezain kicked off his Fort Worth competition with 88.5 points on J Bar J’s Painted Brush, winning that round, too. He entered the final round third in the average.
It was the first time since his rookie year that he’d made the short round in Fort Worth.
“I was telling my wife on my way down here that it’s one of the buckles I’ve most wanted in my career just because it’s a little, old-school, itty, bitty buckle,” Vezain said. “It’s the kind a guy could wear on his work belt at home where every day when you bend over it won’t gut you.”
Vezain entered the weekend 19th in the PRCA World Standings. That ranking moved up to fourth with $18,616 as Vezain took home $10,818 in Fort Worth.
Vezain won $107,519 at the WNFR in December to place third there and finish fourth in the 2017 world standings.
It’s extremely early in the season, but after Vezain’s win in Fort Worth he could be headed to his sixth WNFR qualification and third in a row. At the very least, the big win puts him in prime position to keep battling it out for a spot in the Top 15 in the world standings.
“We tend to enter smart and get on the good ones and don’t go to every rodeo there is,” said Vezain, who turns 26 later this month. “Enter the big ones and go have a good chance to win every time you nod your head. It feels good to get on a heater this early in the season. If you have a decent winter, it sets up your whole season.”
Right now, Vezain’s winning percentage in the 2018 season is 66.7 percent. He’s won two of his three 2018 rodeos, including the RAM Montana Circuit Finals Rodeo in Great Falls, Mont., in mid-January.
“I hope it’s the start of a heater,” Vezain said. “I hope I can keep that percentage up for the rest of the year.”
Other winners at the $666,973 rodeo were steer wrestler Tyler Pearson (12.4 seconds on three head), team ropers Matt Sherwood/Walt Woodard (15.6 seconds on three head), saddle bronc rider Jacobs Crawley (247.5 points on three head), tie-down roper Shane Hanchey (27.3 seconds on three head), barrel racer Amberleigh Moore (49.32 seconds on three runs), and bull rider Trevor Kastner (251.5 points on three head).

2. Elshere claims bull riding crown in Rapid City

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Over the entirety of his career, Cole Elshere has found himself in the spotlight more often than not. Having qualified for three Wrangler National Finals Rodeos since 2010, the 28-year-old is well-versed in what it takes to win.
He cooked up the same recipe at Rodeo Rapid City (S.D.), and he did so in an event that hasn’t been his strongest.
Having added bull riding to his all-around game, Elshere rode out of the Rapid City chutes in his one and only go-round for a score of 88 points. The Faith, S.D., native has earned plenty of accolades as a saddle bronc rider, but he believes this win and a first-place check of $4,456 prove his skills on the back of a bull haven’t deteriorated.
“To win one of our bigger circuit rodeos in the bull riding is a huge deal for me,” Elshere said. “It’s going to set me up good for this season.”
After his days at Gillette (Wyo.) College, Elshere set bull riding aside. However, the bull riding bug bit him once again.
“I stopped riding bulls for five years after college,” Elshere said. “Just the last couple of years I picked it back up. I’ve kind of been dealing with some injuries so I haven’t had a strong season yet, but I’m hoping this will be the year.”
After analyzing his ride against New Frontier Rodeo’s Watermelon Crush, the South Dakota cowboy said that the bull’s assortment of moves fit well in his comfort zone.
“He was a pretty hot bull,” Elshere said. “You could tell that he was really going to buck that day. He was really amped up. He felt kind of like a bull that I’d been on before, so when I got out there I knew what to do and I was able to stay on him.
“I feel pretty confident. I’m excited to see where the season is going to go in that event.”
Elshere learned of his win on Saturday night, and on Sunday morning, he was readying himself for weekly church service.
Other winners at the $156,538 rodeo were all-around cowboy Eli Lord ($1,563 in steer wrestling and team roping), bareback rider Tyler Nelson (85.5 points on Burch Rodeo’s Bubble Bath), steer wrestler Chason Floyd (3.7 seconds), team ropers Steven Duby/Evan Arnold (5.0 seconds), saddle bronc rider Ty Manke (86 points on Sutton Rodeos’ South Point), tie-down roper Tyler Milligan (8.5 seconds) and barrel racer Bobbi Grann (12.78 seconds).

3. Justin Boots award program expands

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – An army of volunteers are what make ProRodeo possible by offering their time, knowledge and skills. Now, more volunteers will be recognized for their hard work thanks to the John Justin Standard of the West Award program expanding from 100 recipients to 125.
“It’s the equivalent of qualifying for the Finals or winning the world in the eyes of the volunteers,” said Tom Feller, director, event marketing Justin Brands Inc.
Justin Boots created the John Justin Standard of the West Award program in the late 1980s to recognize the thousands of hours of work that rodeo committee members donate to putting on their local rodeos.
“Sponsors like Justin have been with the PRCA from nearly Day 1, and we get a lot of support from them,” said Jack Morris, rodeo chairman for the Buffalo Bill Rodeo in North Platte, Neb.
“Typically, these are guys who spend more time volunteering for the rodeo than they might spend at their regular job,” Feller said. “It’s recognition for something that people take for granted; these rodeos don’t just happen. Some have fully paid staff when it comes to big stock shows, but for the most part it’s purely volunteer driven.”
Each year, 100 PRCA rodeos are selected to participate in the John Justin Standard of the West Award program, with each one selecting an outstanding volunteer. Now, that number has grown to 125 rodeos. Each recipient is awarded a custom, embroidered pair of Justin Boots in recognition of their excellence.
Then, each October, a ballot listing the recipients is sent to every PRCA rodeo committee to vote for the Justin PRCA Committeeman or woman of the year.
“Rodeo wouldn’t exist without the volunteers, it’s impossible,” Feller said. “If you had to pay for all the services provided by volunteers, rodeo wouldn’t exist because you couldn’t add enough money to attract the cowboys and pay for the stock.”
Morris expanded on that.
“Most of the time, the committee folks are the ones that spend a year preparing for events, and a lot of work goes in behind the scenes with promoting professional rodeo and making our event the best it can be,” Morris said. “The fact that Justin Boots identifies that and recognizes folks is a testament to them in their promotion of ProRodeo.”
Steven Money served as the rodeo director for the Spanish Fork (Utah) Fiesta Days Rodeo for 34 years and spent about 20 years picking the John Justin Committeeperson of the Year before retiring. Shortly after his retirement, the Utah cowboy was awarded the 2017 John Justin Committeeperson of the Year.
“It’s a great honor to have, and I want to thank all my committees at Spanish Fork over all the years for the support they gave me,” Money said. “It’s not very hard to guide a ship when you have a crew like I have had in the past.”
Money emphasized the importance of having major sponsors in rodeo, not just for the financial contributions but also for the “electricity in the air” that comes with having big sponsors supporting the sport.
“When I received the award, it was one of the highlight awards of my life,” Money said. “The recognition I received down in Las Vegas was just unbelievable, and the ripple effect of it is coming to this day.”

4. News & Notes from the rodeo trail

WranglerNetwork.com will livestream the Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo in Jackson, Miss., beginning at 7:30 p.m. (CT) Feb. 9, and 2 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., Feb. 10. The rodeo concludes at 7:30 p.m., Feb. 14 … The National High School Rodeo Association has expanded its membership into Mexico. After several months of communication with the Mexican Rodeo Federation, NHSRA Executive Director James Higginbotham and President of the Mexican Rodeo Federation, Guillermo “Memo” Herrera, signed an agreement to organize the Mexican High School Rodeo Association governed by the NHSRA. Mexico officially became a member on Jan. 2, 2018. Herrera visited the 2018 NHSRA Mid-Winter Meeting to discuss rules, by-laws and events. Herrera will serve as the Mexico National Director. He explains there are already youth levels of rodeo competition within the Mexican Rodeo Federation “so we are going to implement and improve the system we have now.” In the first year, the Mexican High School Rodeo Association plans to offer five to seven events for the High School Division members and four to six events for the members in the Junior High Division and grow from there. “This is the best news for the MRF (Mexican Rodeo Federation) since signing on with the PRCA,” Herrera said. “I’m very glad to be part of this large youth association, it’s a great opportunity for the Mexican cowboys and cowgirls, as well as for the Federation to increase the number of memberships and increase the level of competition.” The vision of the Mexican High School Rodeo Association is to provide a good foundation for both the youth and sport of rodeo. Herrera said, “I am sure the Mexican High School Rodeo Association is going to provide us with better contestants for the future of rodeo, contestants with more fair-play competition, and with more respect and values to the sport.”
According to a report on www.nbcdfw.com on Feb. 2, the historic PRCA Mesquite (Texas) Rodeo has a new owner with big plans for improvements to the venue and new development on the property around it. The PRCA Mesquite Rodeo celebrated its 60th anniversary last year, according to Mesquite Mayor Stan Pickett. Pickett is more excited about the future with the plans from developer Mehrdad Moyadi. In October, Moyadi completed a $350 million renovation of The Statler Hotel in Downtown Dallas. At the rodeo site west of Interstate 635 LBJ Freeway at Scyene Road, Pickett said Moyadi has a contract to purchase 50 acres of vacant land where apartments and new entertainment attractions are planned. At the rodeo arena, the developer plans to install a concrete floor that would make the venue more than just a rodeo arena. Dirt could be trucked in for the rodeo season. Work is already underway at the arena.
QUOTE OF THE WEEK
 “I’ve gotten on a roll like this before, but never this early in the season. I’m more excited than ever to compete at San Antonio. Winning at Fort Worth for a second time was really special.”
– Tie-down roper Shane Hanchey, 2013 PRCA world champion, said in a press release about winning $18,668 at the Southwestern Exposition and Livestock Show in Fort Worth, Texas, Feb. 3.

5. Next Up

Feb. 8              Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo, Jackson, Miss., begins
Feb. 8              San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo, begins
Feb. 9              Bell County PRCA Rodeo, Belton, Texas, begins
Feb. 9              Rotary Rodeo, Starkville, Miss., begins
Feb. 9              73rd annual Yuma Jaycees Silver Spur Rodeo, begins

6. 2018 PRCA World Standings Leaders

Unofficial through Feb. 5, 2018

AA:
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
$23,401
BB:
Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas
$21,461
SW:
Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss.
$27,716
TR-1:
Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.
$30,326
TR-2:
Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo.
$30,326
SB:
Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas
$36,147
TD:
Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas
$35,118
BR:
Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.
$34,701
SR:
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
$15,268

7. 2018 PRCA World Standings

Unofficial through Feb. 5, 2018

All-around
1
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
$23,401
2
Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif.
21,044
3
Paul David Tierney, Oklahoma City, Okla.
15,668
4
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
14,634
5
Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss.
13,769
6
Eli Lord, Sturgis, S.D.
10,049
7
Rhen Richard, Roosevelt, Utah
10,043
8
Chant DeForest, Wheatland, Calif.
9,340
9
Wesley Brunson, Terry, Miss.
7,847
Bareback Riding
1
Jake Brown, Cleveland, Texas
$21,461
2
Bill Tutor, Huntsville, Texas
19,911
3
Shane O’Connell, Rapid City, S.D.
19,096
4
J.R. Vezain, Cowley, Wyo.
18,616
5
Clayton Biglow, Clements, Calif.
18,181
6
Caleb Bennett, Tremonton, Utah
17,107
7
Tim O’Connell, Zwingle, Iowa
16,749
8
Blade Elliott, Centreville, Ala.
15,152
9
Ty Breuer, Mandan, N.D.
14,282
10
Luke Creasy, Hobbs, N.M.
12,947
11
Mason Clements, Springville, Utah
11,654
12
Kaycee Feild, Spanish Fork, Utah
10,888
13
Winn Ratliff, Leesville, La.
10,825
14
Jessy Davis, Power, Mont.
10,472
15
Evan Jayne, Marseille, France
9,815
16
Clint Laye, Pocatello, Idaho
9,766
17
David Peebles, Redmond, Ore.
8,901
18
Tanner Phipps, Dalton, Ga.
8,702
19
Grant Denny, Minden, Nev.
8,692
20
Tanner Aus, Granite Falls, Minn.
8,569
Steer Wrestling
1
Tyler Pearson, Louisville, Miss.
$27,440
2
Riley Duvall, Checotah, Okla.
22,168
3
Jacob Talley, Keatchie, La.
21,716
4
Curtis Cassidy, Donalda, Alberta
19,081
5
Tanner Brunner, Ramona, Kan.
15,321
6
Cameron Morman, Glen Ullin, N.D.
13,594
7
Rowdy Parrott, Mamou, La.
12,607
8
Chason Floyd, Buffalo, S.D.
12,317
9
Matt Reeves, Cross Plains, Texas
11,990
10
Taz Olson, Prairie City, S.D.
11,967
11
Olin Hannum, Malad, Idaho
11,938
12
Jason Thomas, Benton, Ark.
11,213
13
Billy Bugenig, Ferndale, Calif.
11,148
14
Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif.
11,052
15
Justin Shaffer, Hallsville, Texas
10,709
16
Tom Lewis, Lehi, Utah
10,096
17
Kyle Irwin, Robertsdale, Ala.
9,744
18
Clayton Hass, Weatherford, Texas
9,396
19
Jace Melvin, Fort Pierce, S.D.
8,792
20
Cody Cabral, Hilo, Hawaii
8,633
Team Roping (header)
1
Clay Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.
$30,326
2
Luke Brown, Rock Hill, S.C.
21,339
3
Cody Snow, Los Olivos. Calif.
18,115
4
Jake Cooper, Monument, N.M.
15,292
5
Lane Ivy, Adrian, Texas
14,236
6
Matt Sherwood, Pima, Ariz.
12,828
7
Spencer Mitchell, Orange Cove, Calif.
11,210
8
Jake Orman, Prairie, Miss.
10,949
9
Andrew Ward, Edmond, Okla.
10,430
10
Dustin Egusquiza, Mariana, Fla.
9,224
11
Keven Daniel, Franklin, Tenn.
9,009
12
Paul David Tierney, Oklahoma City, Okla.
8,959
13
Aaron Tsinigine, Tuba City, Ariz.
8,939
14
Steven Duby, Melba, Idaho
8,770
15
Joshua Torres, Ocala, Fla.
8,753
16
Bart Brunson, Terry, Miss.
8,584
17
Logan Olson, Flandreau, S.D.
8,177
18
Dustin Bird, Cut Bank, Mont.
8,057
19
Shay Carroll, Hico, Texas
7,742
20
Eric Fabian, Gansevoort, N.Y.
7,610
Team Roping (heeler)
1
Paul Eaves, Lonedell, Mo.
$30,326
2
Logan Medlin, Tatum, N.M.
22,577
3
Jake Long, Coffeyville, Kan.
21,339
4
Buddy Hawkins II, Columbus, Kan.
16,263
5
Jason Duby, Klamath Falls, Ore.
14,993
6
Wesley Thorp, Throckmorton, Texas
14,425
7
Walt Woodard, Stephenville, Texas
12,099
8
Kyle Lockett, Visalia, Calif.
10,814
9
Reagan Ward, Edmond, Okla.
10,430
10
Chase Tryan, Helena, Mont.
10,213
11
Kory Koontz, Stephenville, Texas
9,224
12
Will Woodfin, Marshall, Texas
9,156
13
Matt Kasner, Cody, Neb.
9,107
14
Brad Culpepper, Sylvester, Ga.
9,009
15
Jonathan Torres, Ocala, Fla.
8,753
16
Cody Pearson, Tucson, Ariz.
7,742
17
Jake Smith, Broken Bow, Okla.
7,660
18
Brady Norman, Springer, Okla.
7,645
19
Jake Edwards, Fort Ann, N.Y.
7,610
20
Trace Porter, Leesville, La.
7,317
Saddle Bronc Riding
1
Jacobs Crawley, Boerne, Texas
$36,147
2
Brody Cress, Hillsdale, Wyo.
33,490
3
Sterling Crawley, Stephenville, Texas
18,718
4
Isaac Diaz, Desdemona, Texas
18,100
5
Wade Sundell, Boxholm, Iowa
14,594
6
Colt Gordon, Comanche, Okla.
14,079
7
Joey Sonnier, New Iberia, La.
13,484
8
Leon Fountain, Socorro, N.M.
12,939
9
Taos Muncy, Corona, N.M.
12,516
10
Jesse Wright, Milford, Utah
12,498
11
Hardy Braden, Welch, Okla.
12,321
12
Zeke Thurston, Big Valley, Alberta
10,934
13
J.J. Elshere, Hereford, S.D.
10,892
14
Bradley Harter, Loranger, La.
10,431
15
Heith DeMoss, Heflin, La.
10,350
16
Chet Johnson, Douglas, Wyo.
10,225
17
Ty Manke, Hermosa, S.D.
10,017
18
Shade Etbauer, Goodwell, Okla.
9,898
19
CoBurn Bradshaw, Beaver, Utah
9,159
20
Jesse Kruse, Great Falls, Mont.
8,846
Tie-down Roping
1
Marcos Costa, Childress, Texas
$35,118
2
Shane Hanchey, Sulphur, La.
33,498
3
Blane Cox, Cameron, Texas
23,156
4
Riley Pruitt, Gering, Neb.
15,052
5
Jake Pratt, Ellensburg, Wash.
14,881
6
Ryan Jarrett, Comanche, Okla.
14,728
7
Jesse Clark, Portales, N.M.
13,859
8
Cory Solomon, Prairie View, Texas
13,808
9
Marty Yates, Stephenville, Texas
13,353
10
Clif Cooper, Decatur, Texas
12,222
11
Cody Quaney, Cheney, Kan.
10,932
12
Scott Kormos, Teague, Texas
10,833
13
Tyson Durfey, Weatherford, Texas
10,647
14
Tyler Milligan, Pawhuska, Okla.
10,630
15
Ryle Smith, Oakdale, Calif.
9,992
16
Ty Harris, San Angelo, Texas
9,829
17
Matt Shiozawa, Chubbuck, Idaho
9,620
18
J.C. Malone, Plain City, Utah
9,220
19
Braxton Laughlin, Sulphur, La.
9,051
20
Cody Huber, Albia, Iowa
8,533
Steer Roping
1
Trevor Brazile, Decatur, Texas
$15,268
2
Cody Lee, Gatesville, Texas
8,367
3
Tuf Cooper, Decatur, Texas
8,026
4
Jarrett Blessing, Paradise, Texas
7,043
5
Vin Fisher Jr., Andrews, Texas
6,662
6
Brian Garr, Belle Fourche, S.D.
6,546
7
Shay Good, Midland, Texas
5,952
8
Chris Glover, Keenesburg, Colo.
5,878
9
Scott Snedecor, Fredericksburg, Texas
5,630
10
Mike Chase, McAlester, Okla.
5,610
11
Corey Ross, Liberty Hill, Texas
5,522
12
JoJo LeMond, Andrews, Texas
5,484
13
Tony Reina, Wharton, Texas
5,468
14
Garrett Hale, Snyder, Texas
5,454
15
Dee Kyler Jr., Pawhuska, Okla.
5,076
16
Rocky Patterson, Pratt, Kan.
4,230
17
Trey Sheets, Cheyenne, Wyo.
4,025
18
Leo Campbell, Amarillo, Texas
3,941
19
Kelton McMillen, Paden, Okla.
3,894
20
John E. Bland, Turkey, Texas
3,810
Bull Riding
1
Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.
$34,701
2
Sage Kimzey, Strong City, Okla.
29,470
3
Clayton Sellars, Fruitland Park, Fla.
25,400
4
Chase Dougherty, Canby, Ore.
21,834
5
Tristan Mize, Bryan, Texas
19,953
6
Lane Nobles, Gatesville, Texas
19,535
7
Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho
17,716
8
Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah
16,244
9
Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah
15,341
10
Michael Riggs Jr., Claxton, Ga.
14,506
11
Elliot Jacoby, Fredericksburg, Texas
14,109
12
Parker Breding, Edgar, Mont.
13,978
13
Brody Yeary, Brock, Texas
13,588
14
Eli Vastbinder, Athens, Texas
13,526
15
Jimy Marten, Donahue, Iowa
13,281
16
Bayle Worden, Cooper, Texas
12,709
17
Ty Wallace, Collbran, Colo.
11,794
18
Trey Benton III, Rock Island, Texas
10,737
19
Dustin Boquet, Bourg, La.
10,350
20
Jeff Askey, Athens, Texas
10,082
*2018 Barrel Racing (Feb. 5, 2018)
Barrel racing standings, provided by the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA), are unofficial, subject to audit and may change. Unofficial WPRA Standings are published by the PRCA as a courtesy. The PRCA is not responsible for the verification or updating of WPRA standings.
1
Taci Bettis, Round Top, Texas
$34,186
2
Kylie Weast, Comanche, Okla.
27,131
3
Kellie Collier, Hereford, Texas
24,764
4
Hailey Kinsel, Cotulla, Texas
23,042
5
Amberleigh Moore, Salem, Ore.
19,189
6
Carley Richardson, Pampa, Texas
15,403
7
Tiana Schuster, Krum, Texas
15,084
8
Kelly Bruner, Millsap, Texas
15,069
9
Ericka Nelson, Century, Fla.
12,277
10
Nikki Hansen, Dickinson, N.D.
11,990
11
Cheyenne Kelly, Halltsville, Texas
11,746
12
Christine Laughlin, Pueblo, Colo.
11,721
13
Bobbi Grann, Sheyenne, ND
11,351
14
Wendy Culberson, Okeechobee, Fla.
11,151
15
Lacinda Rose, Willard, Mo.
11,008
16
Ashley Day, Volborg, Mont.
10,156
17
Jennifer Barrett, Buhl, Idaho
9,932
18
Lori Todd, Willcox, Ariz.
9,857
19
Christina Mulford, Franklinville, NJ
9,840
20
Carmel Wright, Roy, Mont.
9,363
8. 2018 Xtreme Bulls standings
Unofficial through Feb. 5, 2018
1
Trevor Kastner, Roff, Okla.
$16,357
2
Lane Nobles, Gatesville, Texas
16,129
3
Joe Frost, Randlett, Utah
12,541
4
Roscoe Jarboe, New Plymouth, Idaho
9,926
5
Clayton Sellars, Fruitland Park, Fla.
9,016
6
Nate Perry, Elk City, Okla.
7,730
7
Fulton Rutland, Stilwell, Okla.
7,415
8
Jordan Hansen, Ponoka, Alberta
7,050
9
Garrett Smith, Rexburg, Idaho
6,869
10
Dustin Bowen, Fredericksburg, Pa.
6,159
11
Preston Preece, Troy, Texas
6,119
12
Rylan Wright, Midway, Utah
5,722
13
Tyler Bingham, Honeyville, Utah
5,657
14
Boudreaux Campbell, Crockett, Texas
5,572
15
Clayton Savage, Yoder, Wyo.
4,696
16
J.T. Pettitt, Odessa, Texas
4,540
17
Tristan Mize, Bryan, Texas
4,385
18
Corey Maier, Timber Lake, S.D.
4,230
19
Riker Carter, Stone, Idaho
4,010
20
Dylan Hice Vick, Escalon, Calif.
3,863
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