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Beall competes at National Junior High Rodeo Finals
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Ti Beall competes in the National Junior High Rodeo Finals. He was awarded a Gist buckle for his efforts.
Contributed photo Ti Beall competes in the National Junior High Rodeo Finals. He was awarded a Gist buckle for his efforts.
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DES MOINES – Ti Beall, son of Richard and Kellie Beall of Woodsboro, competed at the National Junior High Rodeo Finals in Des Moines, Iowa, June 22-28.

After winning the state championship in chute dogging, he and fellow team mates traveled to Des Moines for the National Junior High Rodeo Finals, the world’s largest junior high rodeo.

The rodeo featured roughly 1,000 contestants from 42 states, five Canadian provinces and Australia.

Beall threw his first two steers for a total of 9.61 seconds.

He entered the championship round in 12th position, and after a run of 4.00 seconds he finished 9th place in the nation.

He was awarded a Gist buckle for his efforts. The championship performance will be televised nationally as part of the Cinch High School rodeo tour telecast series on RFD-TV Aug. 22-Sept. 12.
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