Aggie cowboys place twice
Sept. 18, 2019
By NCTA News
CURTIS, Neb. – The Aggies of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture are traveling again for an out-of-state rodeo at the end of September.
NCTA Aggie Rodeo goes to Fort Dodge, Iowa on Sept. 27-28 when Iowa Central Community College hosts athletes from the Great Plains Region.
They are idle this weekend after a double header in North Platte on Sept. 12-14. Also, one cowboy took in the season opener at River Falls, Wisconsin.
NCTA Aggie Rodeo has started with placing cowboys at each contest, said J.R. Dack of Curtis, who assumed duties as NCTA is rodeo coach this semester.
Quentin Anderson of Pierce, Nebraska placed fifth in the team roping at River Falls, Wisconsin.
Then, at his first collegiate rodeo, Nathan Burnett of Shelton, Nebraska got second place in saddle bronc riding in the Buffalo Bill Arena at North Platte.
Burnett is currently fourth in the Great Plains Region of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association.Download a PDF of this press release