The Harris Brothers Own The San Angelo Rodeo

SAN ANGELO, TX — Nothing says Rodeo better than family. At the 9th Performance during the 91st Annual San Angelo Rodeo, the Cowboys displayed some sibling rivalry and brotherly love.

Events kicked off in the Steer Wrestling. Two brothers, Rowdy and Remey Parrott had the crowd on their feet. Remy ran down his steer in a lightning-fast 3.8 seconds. Later in the round, his older brother Rowdy ran just a tick slower at 3.9 seconds. Remey out-dueled his brother to place in the money standings. Remey Parrott finished tied for 5th overall in the first round, winning him $1,845.

Then came the Tie-Down Roping. Earlier in the San Angelo Rodeo, the audience saw San Angelo's own Joel Braden Harris try his luck. Although he did not make the finals, his brother and winner of the American Rodeo in Fort Worth, Ty Harris, carried on the family tradition. Moving into Wednesday's performance, everyone expected the Tie-Down to be electric. Ty heard the crowd but felt none of the pressure as he would wrangle his calf in 7.9 seconds. He tied for 5th in the first round, winning $2,442.

San Angelo LIVE!'s Matt Trammell snagged Ty after his money-winning throw and talked about his and his brother's run in the San Angelo Rodeo. Plus, could we possibly see some Team Roping from the two in the future? Find out here. It's the Tie-Down Roping, presented by the Clarion Hotel.

San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo
March 31-April 14

Bareback riding leaders: 

1. Jess Pope, on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Painted River, Clayton Biglow, on Macza Pro Rodeo’s Stevie Knicks, Cole Reiner, on Championship Pro Rodeo’s Cat Nap, and Leighton Berry, on Championship Pro Rodeo’s Rip, 87 points; 5. Orin Larsen, 86.5; 6. Bronc Marriott, 85.5; 7. (tie) Richmond Champion and Jacek Frost, 84.5; 9. (tie) R.C. Landingham, Caleb Bennett and Kody Lamb, 84; 12. (tie) Ty Pope, Dean Thompson and Tim O’Connell, 83.5.

Steer wrestling: 

First round leaders: 1. Dakota Eldridge, 3.4 seconds, $6,530; 2. (tie) Will Lummus and Josh Garner, 3.5, $5,252 each; 4. Jay Williamson, 3.7, $3,975; 5. (tie) Eli Lord, Logan Kenline, Denard Butler and Remey Parrott, 3.8, $1,845 each. Second round leaders: 1. (tie) Justin Shaffer and Cody Devers, 3.5 seconds; 3. (tie) Tanner Milan and Brandon Harrison, 3.8; 5. Stan Branco, 3.9; 6. (tie) Tucker Allen, Joe Nelson and Talon Roseland, 4.1. Average leaders: 1. Ty Erickson, 8.1 seconds on two runs; 2. (tie) Cody Devers, Will Lummus and Eli Lord, 8.2; 5. Jesse Brown, 8.3; 6. Jay Williamson, 8.4; 7. Talon Roseland, 8.5; 8. (tie) Paul Melvin and Mason Couch, 8.8; 10. Curtis Cassidy, 9.0; 11. (tie) Sam Powers and Stephen Culling, 9.1.

Team roping:

First round leaders: 1. (tie) Jaxson Tucker/Wyatt Cox and J.C. Yeahquo/L.J. Yeahquo, 3.9 seconds, $5,188 each; 3. Dustin Equsquiza/Levi Lord, Kaleb Driggers/Junior Nogueira and Cyle Denison/Cody Hogan, 4.0, $3,378 each; 6. Chad Masters/Trey Yates, 4.1, $1,930; 7. (tie) Shay Carrol/Evan Arnold, Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins and Tanner Tomlinson/Patrick Smith, 4.2, $563 each. Second round leaders: 1. Erich Rogers/Paul Eaves, 3.4 seconds; 2. Brenten Hall/Paden Bray, 3.6 seconds; 3. (tie) Coy Brittain/Colton Brittain and Billy Bob Brown/Kirby Blankenship, 4.0 seconds; 5. Garett Chick/B.J. Dugger, 4.1; 6. (tie) Tanner Green/Caleb Green and Reno Stoebner/Whit Kitchens, 4.2; 8. Tyler Mangus/Max Kuttler, 4.3. Average leaders: 1. J.C. Yeahquo/L.J. Yeahquo, 8.4 seconds on two runs; 2. Tanner Green/Caleb Green, 8.7; 3. Ty Arnold/Kaden Michael Profili, 8.8; 4. Andrew Ward/Buddy Hawkins, 9.1; 5. Tyler Mangus/Max Kuttler, 9.3; 6. (tie) Jake Clay/Kollin VonAhn, Jaxson Tucker/Wyatt Cox and Garrett Tonozzi/Corey Hendrick, 9.5; 9. Tanner James/Jason Johe, 9.6; 10. (tie) McCray Profili/McCoy Profili and Chris Francis/Cade Passig, 9.7; 12. Jase Staudt/Jhett Trenary; 9.8.

Saddle bronc riding leaders: 

1. Dawson Hay, 90.5 points on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s South Point Gambler; 2. Brody Cress, 87.5; 3. Wyatt Casper, 86; 4. Ian McGivney, 85; 5. Sage Newman, 84.5; 6. (tie) Cash Wilson and Tanner Butner, 84; 8. (tie) Ryder Wright, Statler Wright, Jacobs Crawley and Chet Johnson, 83.5; 12. (tie) Wade Sundell, Ross Griffin, Brandon Lansford, Zac Dallas and Kolby Wanchuk, 83.

Tie-down roping: 

First round leaders: 1. (tie) Brush Minton, Hayden Ford and Chase Webster, 7.6 seconds, $6,105 each; 4. King Pickett, 7.8, $4,273; 5. (tie) Quade Hiatt, Michael Otero and Ty Harris, 7.9, $2,442 each; 8. Kyle Lucas, 8.0, $610. Second round leaders: 1. Justin Smith, 6.9 seconds, 2. J.T. Adamson, 7.2; 3. (tie) Cory Solomon and Preston Pederson, 7.4; 5. (tie) John Douch and Trenton Smith, 7.6; 7. (tie) Caleb Smidt, Cimarron Boardman and Beau Cooper, 7.7. Average leaders: 1. Justin Smith, 15.3 seconds on two runs; 2. J.T. Adamson, 15.8; 3. Trevor Hale, 16.5; 4. Brush Minton, 16.6; 5. Hayden Ford, 16.7; 6. Cody Waldrop, 16.8; 7. (tie) Westyn Hughes, Joel Harris, Kyle Lucas and Chase Webster, 17.0; 11. Beau Cooper, 17.1; 12. (tie) King Pickett and Quade Hiatt, 17.3. 

Barrel racing: 

Second round leaders: 1. Shelley Morgan, 14.12 seconds; 2. Dona Kay Rule, 14.13; 3. Ilyssa Riley, 14.17; 4. Jennifer Driver, 14.22; 5. (tie) Wenda Johnson and Kelly Allen, 14.23; 7. Kaycee Killingsworth, 14.25; 8. Nicole Love, 14.27; 9. (tie) Rachelle Riggers and Kalli McCall, 14.28. Average leaders: 1. Kelly Allen, 30.19 seconds on two runs; 2. Taycie Matthews, 30.20; 3. Dona Kay Rule, 30.27; 4. Shelley Morgan, 30.27; 5. Lindsay Sears, 30.31; 6. Emily Beisel, 30.33; 7. Ilyssa Riley, 30.34; 8. (tie) Jordon Briggs and Kalli McCall, 30.47; 10. Mallee Jones, 30.48; 11. Stephanie Fryar, 30.50; 12. (tie) Wenda Johnson and Tasha Welsh, 30.51.

Bull riding leaders: 

1. Deklan Garland, on Pete Carr Pro Rodeo’s Smokin Again, and Trey Benton III, on Stockyards Rodeo’s Just Another Gangster, 88.5 points; 3. Koby Radley, 86; 4. (tie) Jax Woodward and J.C. Mortensen, 85.5; 6. Ernie Courson Jr., 85; 7. (tie) Colby Demo and Coy Pollmeier, 83.5; 9. (tie) Colton Kelly and Sage Kimzey, 82.5; 11. Cody Teel, 82; 12. (tie) Trey Kimzey and Maverick Smith, 81.5.

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