LEVELLAND — The South Plains College men's and women's rodeo teams will travel to Big Spring April 8-10 for the Howard College Rodeo as they look to move their way up the Southwest Region standings.
The Lady Texans enter the weekend third in the region standings with 1,045 points to date, trailing only Texas Tech, who is second with 1,075 points, and Weatherford College, who is first with 1,205 points. The Texans sit in eighth in the men's team standings with 658 points, while Clarendon College and Western Texas sitting first and second in the region.
South Plains sits near the top of the region in seven events, including Emery Mask who is second in barrel racing with 455 points. Titan Quigg is ninth in the region standings in tie down roping with 195 points, while Colt Honey is seventh in steer wrestling with 175 points.
Kaden Prince heads to Big Spring sitting seventh in the region in team roping heeler with 185 points, with teammate Daryan Dominguez 10th in team roping heeler with 160 points. Tee McCloud also ranks in the top 15 in the region, currently 14th overall in team roping heeler with 140 points. Stefan Ramone is currently tied for 13th in team roping header with 140 points on the year.
Madison Rice has amassed 195 points in breakaway roping, currently second in the region standings, and also ranks ninth in goat tying with 180 points. South Plains' Samantha Taylor is 11th in goat tying with 160 points, while Meghan McGinley is 13th in goat tying with 115 points.
Following the weekend, South Plains will travel to Snyder for the Western Texas College Rodeo April 15-17, before wrapping up the season in Stephenville at the Tarleton State University Rodeo April 22-24.