ALPINE, Texas — Eastern New Mexico University's men finished fifth over the weekend in rodeo competition hosted by Sul Ross State.
The Greyhounds compiled 110 points, trailing Tarleton State at 705, Odessa College and Vernon College at 510, South Plains College at 160, Ranger College at 135 and New Mexico Junior College at 135.
Billy Good and Pecos Thomas split second and third in the first good and took first in the short go and in average for the Greyhounds, while Josh Fish and Michael Trujillo split fourth and fifth in the first go and were third in both the short go and average. Logan Medlin and Billy Bob Brown split fourth and fifth in the first go and were fourth in the short go and average.
Also, Jesse Clark was fourth in the short go and fifth in the long go and average in calf roping, and Christian Pettigrew was second in the first go in steer wrestling.
ENMU's women did not score in the meet. Tarleton also claimed that title with 365 points to 200 for Sul Ross.
Top performances for the Zias came in breakaway roping, where Odessa Yazzie split ninth and 10th in the first go and was fifth in the short go and average; Mackie Saavedra was fourth in the first go and Darcy Clark split fifth and sixth in the first go, and in goat tying, were Jessie Kirkes split ninth and 10th in the first go.