Fourth Quarter Update: Calf Roping’s Circuit Stars
With the regular season winding down and the push to circuit finals heating up, here's where things stand.
Shane Hanchey ropes in the 2023 utah days of '47 gold medal round
Shane Hanchey roped in 7.9 seconds to win the Gold Medal Round at the Utah Days of '47 Rodeo. Photo by Andersen CBarC.

It’s ProRodeo crunch time and, newsflash, there’s more than one bubble to watch as the regular season winds to its conclusion. There are actually 14—the one for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo (NFR) and 13 in the individual circuits.

After some slow months in certain regions, the activity intensifies as each circuit witnesses their own chase for a year-end championship and for a spot in the circuit finals rodeos.

Unlike the national level, which goes until Sept. 30, leaving just a smidge under six weeks left to rodeo, some circuits are already staring down their cutoff dates due to earlier circuit finals rodeos.

The Prairie and Badlands Circuits will conclude regular season competition on September 12 and 13, respectively, with the Columbia River (Sept. 19), Mountain States (Sept. 20) and Texas (Sept. 25) circuits close behind.

Here’s the circuit breakdown:

Jason Schaffer Tops Badlands Circuit Standings

At age 33, Jason Schaffer has been around the rodeo block a couple of times and seen his share of success. But this year, the horse trainer is enjoying a chance at a first circuit championship in the Badlands Circuit thanks to a special horse named Jewels.

“I have this 5-year-old mare that I took to some of the Roping Futurities of America events last year and didn’t get much done,” Schaffer said. “But she’s a phenomenal horse…and now she’s 5 and really beginning to excel. She has just been a huge game changer in my roping.”

A strong Fourth of July run kicked off Schaffer’s sprint to his current position atop the Badlands Circuit standings. He won Mobridge and took second in Mandan, earning $5,991 across two rodeos.

“That really gave me confidence in my horse,” he said. “She does good but she’s young, so I felt like I could take a deep breath after that.”

Schaffer hit a lull in mid-July but picked up $13,278 in August, with $8,844 of that counting toward the Badlands Circuit. He now holds a slim lead of $570 over Chase Lako with just about a half-dozen rodeos left in the circuit.

Only $2,000 separates the top four ropers.

“It’s pretty exciting; the top seven or eight guys have got more than $10,000 won and everybody’s roping good,” Schaffer said.

The RAM Badlands Circuit Finals Rodeo takes place October 13–15 in Minot, North Dakota.

On the bottom side of the standings, only $1,500 separates the No. 11 roper, Rex Treeby, from Rance Johnson at 15th, setting up a good chase to see who will land inside the top 12 and punch their ticket to Minot.

READ MORE: A Jewel of a Season for Jason Schaffer

Badlands Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Jason SchafferBroadus, Montana$16,738
2Chase LakoArthur, North Dakota$16,168
3Ty MoserVolga, South Dakota$15,813
4Grant TurekSt. Paul, Nebraska$14,793
5Trey YoungDupree, South Dakota$12,468
6Austin HurlburtNorfolk, Nebraska$10,784
7Bodie MattsonSturgis, South Dakota$10,460
8Matt PetersHot Springs, South Dakota$8,570
9Brock BelkhamFlandreau, South Dakota$8,094
10Cole RobinsonMoorcroft, Wyoming$6,730
11Rex TreebyHecla, South Dakota$5,652
12Myles KenzyIona, South Dakota$5,549
13Thane LockhartOelrichs, South Dakota$4,885
14Lee SivertsenRee Heights, South Dakota$4,612
15Rance JohnsonPhillip, South Dakota$4,282
16Clint KindredOral, South Dakota$3,764
17Tyler ThielBelle Fourche, South Dakota$3,532
18Scott HalversonFairview, South Dakota$3,272
19Rio NutterRapid City, South Dakota$2,355
20Chandler ComfortSpearfish, South Dakota$2,180

Big Dodge City Win Launches Paul David Tierney To Top of Prairie Circuit

In the Prairie Circuit, Paul David Tierney used a massive Dodge City (Kansas) win to launch to No. 1, leaping over former leader Ryan Jarrett. Tierney won $14,378 in Dodge and added another $1,889 in Abilene to lead with $15,652. Jarret has won $12,725.

Meanwhile, the bubble race has five guys ranked from 11th to 15th battling for the final two spots heading into the Prairie Circuit Finals Rodeo, which will happen in Duncan, Oklahoma, Oct. 12–14. Only $325 separates Nolan Richie, Riley O’Rourke, Marley Berger, RJ Straw and Wyatt Muggli but nearly a dozen rodeos are still on tap before the circuit cutoff, leaving this one too close to call.

Prairie Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Paul David TierneyOklahoma City, Oklahoma$15,652
2Ryan JarrettComanche, Oklahoma$12,725
3Tom CrouseGallatin, Missouri$12,611
4Cash HooperPampa, Texas$11,159
5Cash FueszEureka, Kansas$10,434
6Denton OestmannAlva, Oklahoma$9,765
7Glenn JacksonOkmulgee, Oklahoma$9,703
8Kason DyerOttawa, Kansas$8,298
9Hagen HouckHenrietta, Texas$8,004
10Sam Van BuskirkRingling, Oklahoma$7,897
11Nolan RichieBristol, South Dakota$6,863
12Riley O’RourkeSkiatook, Oklahoma$6,747
13Marley BergerUdall, Kansas$6,660
14RJ StrawLenapah, Oklahoma$6,612
15Wyatt MuggliLane, Oklahoma$6,538
16Kallen JohnsonAmarillo, Texas$5,066
17Ty KirbyLiberal, Missouri$3,780
18Jarrett OestmannAuburn, Nebraska$3,279
19Ty WagnerByars, Oklahoma$3,279
20Rowdy NimrodHartshorne, Oklahoma$3,272

Leaderboard Shuffling in the Columbia River Circuit

The Columbia River Circuit has been wild all summer with the lead changing hands several times, including a see-saw battle between rookie Joel Harris and Bo Pickett in the last month.

After a fourth-place finish in Canby (Oregon) last week, Harris is back on top by a touch over $1,400, but this one is far from done. The next three weeks until the regular season cutoff bring huge payouts in Bremerton, Kennewick, Ellensburg, Walla Walla and Lewiston, along with a slew of smaller rodeos.

The circuit’s regular season closes with a bang at the Pendleton Round-Up, so even the final 12 to earn a spot at the Columbia River Circuit Finals Rodeo in Redmond, Oregon, Oct. 19–21, can see a major shake-up on the circuit’s final day. For reference, three ropers won approximately $10,000 in Pendleton a year ago, leaving 12th-ranked Ty Harris’ $8,407 vulnerable to just about everyone.

Columbia River Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Joel HarrisSan Angelo, Texas$17,378
2Bo PickettCaldwell, Idaho$15,945
3Jake PrattEllensburg, Washington$13,815
4Paden BrayStephenville, Texas$12,334
5Beau CooperStettler, Alberta$11,720
6Reese RiemerStinnett, Texas$9,008
7Lane LivingstonSeymour, Texas$8,838
8Cooper MillsSt. John, Washington$8,726
9Brad GoodrichHermiston, Oregon$8,661
10Luke PotterMaple City, Kansas$8,654
11Kass KayserEllensburg, Washington$8,479
12Ty HarrisSan Angelo, Texas$8,407
13Caleb McMillanSoap Lake, Washington$7,171
14Jason MinorEllensburg, Washington$7,140
15Chase JoyceDrewsey, Oregon$7,100
16Cody CraigWendell, Idaho$7,040
17Trevor HalePerryton, Texas$6,903
18Justin FarberBattle Ground, Washington$6,290
19Trenton SmithBigfoot, Texas$5,771
20Jordan TyeCanby, Oregon$5,117

Tyler Boxleitner Has the Mountain States Circuit Momentum

Tyler Boxleitner got hot in mid-July and has not let off the gas through the late summer fair run in the Mountain States Circuit. Boxleitner won rodeos in Steamboat Springs, Craig, Yuma and Eagle—all in Colorado—in the last few weeks to run his year-end total to $17,179.

NFR average winner Riley Pruitt is second with $15,675 won and JD McCuistion is less than $500 behind him.

On the bubble watch for a trip to the Mountain States Circuit Finals in Loveland, Colorado, Oct. 20–21, Chance Wall is holding down the cutoff spot with $5,919. Stratton Kohr and Kasen Brennise are lurking less than $700 behind with about half a dozen rodeos left until the cutoff date of September 20.

Mountain States Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Tyler BoxleitnerLoveland, Colorado$17,179
2Riley PruittGering, Nebraska$15,675
3JD McCuistionEstes Park, Colorado$15,193
4Jase StaudtSaguache, Colorado$13,835
5Seth PetersonWellington, Colorado$12,273
6Cason KingsburyOrchard, Colorado$9,439
7Ryan BelewLa Junta, Colorado$9,062
8Garrett BusbyBrock, Texas$8,261
9Cash EnderliLiberty, Texas$7,549
10Jeremiah PeekPueblo, Colorado$6,933
11Owen WahlertGrover, Colorado$6,861
12Chance WallLa Junta, Colorado$5,919
13Stratton KohrGillette, Wyoming$5,778
14Kasen BrenniseCraig, Colorado$5,252
15Wyatt UptainCraig, Colorado$4,464
16Brandon KammerzellEaton, Colorado$4,043
17Luke MeierLimon, Colorado$3,598
18Zaine MikitaByers, Colorado$3,305
19Hunter ReaumeMeeteetse, Wyoming$3,173
20Kyle BelewLa Junta, Colorado$2,629

Cole Clemons Has $10,000 Lead in the Texas Circuit

The sweltering heat and high humidity signals a slowdown in Texas Circuit rodeo activity but as summer gives way to fall, the largest circuit experiences a rush of rodeos in its final month before the cutoff of September 25—more than a dozen.

Despite the money left on the table, Cole Clemons seems destined to finish as the regular season leader. After a win in Dalhart, a silver finish in Fort Worth and a bronze at Wichita Falls to kick off August, Clemons has extended his lead to an impressive $10,000.

On the other end of the top 12, the Texas Circuit’s bubble watch is chock full of veteran talent including World Champions Tyson Durfey, Monty Lewis, Marcos Costa and current world leader Riley Webb, who is stalking the field from 16th but only $600 from 12th. With big money left at Amarillo, Abilene and Stephenville, just about anyone in the top 30 realistically has a chance to compete at the Texas Circuit Finals Rodeo in Waco, Oct. 10–13.

Texas Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Cole ClemonsLipan, Texas$27,773
2Sterling SmithStephenville, Texas$17,696
3Shad MayfieldClovis, New Mexico$15,417
4Cody WaldropSan Angelo, Texas$14,156
5Blane CoxCameron, Texas$13,975
6Charlie GibsonMidland, Texas$12,770
7Cory SolomonPrairie View, Texas$11,249
8Chisum AllenMenard, Texas$11,076
9John DouchHuntsville, Texas$11,034
10Robert MathisMart, Texas$10,586
11Monty LewisHereford, Texas$10,186
12Tyson DurfeyBrock, Texas$9,727
13Weldon WatsonHuntsville, Texas$9,692
14Clay McCuistionSanger, Texas$9,569
15Semaj CollinsCleveland, Texas$9,283
16Riley WebbDenton, Texas$9,119
17Gio PilotoTolar, Texas$8,549
18Marcos CostaIretama, Brazil$8,366
19Kody MahaffeySweetwater, Texas$7,183
20Titan QuiggRankin, Texas$6,912

Wilderness Riches

If there’s any doubt about how lucrative the summer run inside the Wilderness Circuit is, consider this fact: only one circuit leader (Cole Clemons in Texas) has won more than the fourth-ranked roper in the Wilderness Circuit.

World Champion (2013) Shane Hanchey has made it rain in Nevada, Utah and Idaho all summer, to the tune of $45,059—nearly a third of his total winnings for the year. More impressively, more than $40,000 of that was won since July 21.

Sharing in the riches are fellow Louisiana cowboy and second-ranked Zack Jongbloed ($29,105), third-ranked Matt Shiozawa ($26,033) and fourth-ranked Chance Thiessen ($22,214).

While the heart of the Wilderness season is done, there are still opportunities for bubble cowboys, although 12th-ranked Josh Jennings has opened up a lead of $1,789 over 13th-ranked Brayden Roe.

Wilderness Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Shane HancheySulphur, Louisiana$45,056
2Zack JongbloedIowa, Louisiana$29,105
3Matt ShiozawaChubbuck, Idaho$26,033
4Chance ThiessenElk City, Oklahoma$22,214
5Ryan ThibodeauxStephenville, Texas$17,342
6Justin BrinkerhoffCorinne, Utah$13,700
7Cole EigurenFruitland, Idaho$11,623
8Ladd KingWest Weber, Utah$9,990
9Stetson VestChildress, Texas$9,835
10Clint RobinsonSpanish Fork, Utah$9,763
11Britt BedkeOakley, Idaho$9,568
12Josh JenningsGlendale, Utah$9,026
13Brayden RoeWendell, Idaho$7,237
14Jake HannumPlain City, Utah$6,345
15Drake WycherleyHooper, Utah$6,259
16Colton KofoedBear River, Wyoming$5,838
17Waid DaltonRichfield, Idaho$5,779
18Shane HancockFountain Green, Utah$5,388
19Spencer KingPlain City, Utah$5,301
20Spencer MoultonBlackfoot, Idaho$4,507

Haven Meged Tops Montana Circuit Standings

Just as one World Champ took over the Wilderness, another climbed to the top of his circuit standings. Haven Meged had not won any circuit money on July 21 but now leads the Montana Circuit with better than $16,000 won. He skyrocketed to the lead with wins in Billings, Missoula, Helena and in a go in Great Falls.

While Meged seems comfortable at the top, the race for the 12th spot into the Montana Circuit Finals Rodeo is still up in the air. Only $300 splits the 11th-, 12th- and 13th-ranked ropers, with just five weeks yet to rodeo.

Montana Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Haven MegedMiles City, Montana$16,358.75
2Ty HedrickJackson, Montana$10,949.34
3Hank HollenbeckMolt, Montana$9,033.65
4Matt GutierrezArlee, Montana$9,007.21
5Landon WilliamsHelena, Montana$8,811.51
6Dillon HahnkampMelrose, Montana$8,590.09
7Shay KellerRockglen, Saskatchewan$7,740.36
8Jesse MedearisBelgrade, Montana$7,374.96
9James RamirezChurchill, Montana$6,687.01
10Levi DelamarterBozeman, Montana$6,113.71
11Bryce BottMiles City, Montana$5,370.24
12Ben AyreGlendive, Montana$5,328.67
13JC CrowleyPoplar, Montana$5,028.05
14Bode ScottPryor, Montana$4,039.22
15Kevin PetersonDillon, Montana$3,333.55
16Ty WilcoxAbsarokee, Montana$2,841.35
17Nolan ConwayCut Bank, Montana$2,638.24
18Nate RuthBig Timber, Montana$2,077.73
19Trevin BaumannHardin, Montana$1,920.52
20Clayton MillerBillings, Montana$1,897.70

Chance Oftedahl Kicks His Way to the Top of the Great Lakes Circuit

For much of the summer, the race for the Great Lakes Circuit championship has looked like a two-man race between Cody Huber and Blake Ash. But Minnesota cowboy Chance Oftedahl clawed his way to the top thanks to a big win at the Sikeston (Missouri) Jaycee Bootheel Rodeo on August 12.

Oftedahl earned nearly $6,192 in Sikeston and now holds an $830 lead over Huber.

There are still a ton of rodeos left in the 2023 season, so the bubble watch is premature with several cowboys stacked up close to the 12th position.

Great Lakes Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Chance OftedahlPemberton, Minnesota$16,830.41
2Cody HuberAlbia, Iowa$16,003.27
3Blake AshAurora, Missouri$13,322.78
4Roy LeeMarshall, Missouri$11,141.06
5Jesse HinkleHigbee, Missouri$10,977.42
6Dallen McIntireThayer, Iowa$10,951.13
7Luke MadsenMarshalltown, Iowa$10,262.23
8Fenton NelsenMarshall, Missouri$9,818.91
9Clay EllisDows, Iowa$9,735.99
10Dawson TurnerSidney, Arkansas$7,444.35
11Jody GreenAda, Oklahoma$6,970.75
12Hadley DeShazoAsh Flat, Arkansas$6,918.01
13Kadin BoardmanJackson, Missouri$5,762.16
14Chance LockenReedsburg, Wisconsin$5,649.24
15Austin MadisonOnawa, Iowa$5,628.32
16Haze WrightOzark, Missouri$5,562.93
17Steve KuntzNorth Branch, Minnesota$5,220.44
18Tanner ScheevelLester Prairie, Minnesota$5,024.36
19Jaxson DavisBloomfield, Iowa$4,812.92
20Judd GroverCresco, Iowa$4,645.73

Circuits Holding Steady

There has been no change atop the standings in five circuits during the last month. In part, that’s because circuits like the Turquoise and Southeastern have had few rodeos. In places like California, the First Frontier, and the Maple Leaf, the leaders have simply continued to dominate.

Hayden Ford took the lead in the Turquoise Circuit after the Fourth of July and holds a slim lead over closing Joseph Parsons. Kyle Dutton holds the 12th spot currently, $311 behind 11th-ranked Colten Wallis and $88 ahead of Hiyo Yazzie. Reigning NFR Open Champ Garrett Jacobs is 14th, less than $200 behind Dutton.

Blake Chauvin is still leading in the Southeastern Circuit, just about $1,000 ahead of Michael Otero. On the bubble is 12th-ranked Riley Istre with $7,912 won. He trails 11th-ranked Tatum Miller by about $500 and leads 13th-ranked Artrell Carmouche by just over $200. After months of quiet, the Southeastern Circuit is about to get very busy again.

Jordan Ketscher holds a comfortable lead in the California Circuit, just under $6,000 ahead of new No. 2 Jason Andersen. While there are about eight more rodeos to contest, the bubble is tight with just about $1,300 separating the 10th- and 14th-ranked cowboys.

Zane Kilgus has dominated the First Frontier Circuit in recent years, capturing titles in the tie-down, team roping and steer wrestling en route to the All Around. He’s opened up a big lead for the 2023 year-end championship in the tie-down, winning nearly double his closest competitor thus far.

Beyond Kilgus, the standings are pretty stacked up with fifth-ranked Ty Rumford having just $2,000 on the 15th-ranked roper Charlie Goerlach, with plenty of rodeos left during the final five weeks of the season.

North of the border, Kyle Lucas holds strong to his lead in the Maple Leaf Circuit though he is facing challenges from brothers Shane and Jason Smith as well as Logan Bird. About seven more Canadian Pro Rodeo Association rodeos and a handful south of the border remain on the Maple Leaf schedule.

Turquoise Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Hayden FordWhitehouse, Texas$10,339.60
2Joseph ParsonsMarana, Arizona$9,731.06
3Seth HallAlbuquerque, New Mexico$8,418.55
4Kalai NobrigaKealakekua, Hawaii$7,724.54
5Colter SellersCasa Grande, Arizona$6,778.04
6Richard NewtonPortales, New Mexico$6,083.89
7Cory RowlandHobbs, New Mexico$5,915.45
8Westyn HughesCaldwell, Texas$5,130.12
9Brody StallardFort Sumner, New Mexico$4,026.21
10Tristan MahoneyFlorence, Arizona$3,202.21
11Colten WallisBig Spring, Texas$3,158.76
12Kyle DuttonMesilla Park, New Mexico$2,847.72
13Hiyo YazzieCoyote Canyon, New Mexico$2,759.81
14Garrett JacobsBosque Farms, New Mexico$2,674.11
15John Pete EtcheverryMesilla Park, New Mexico$2,458.13
16Ty PabloStanding Rock, New Mexico$2,102.20
17Blake BlombergFallbrook, California$1,944.29
18Cutter ParsonsMarana, Arizona$1,871.17
19Kass NewmanMoses Lake, Washington$1,829.47
20Clate HarwellArtesia, New Mexico$1,447.34

Southeastern Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Blake ChauvinRaceland, Louisiana$13,478.76
2Michael OteroLowndesboro, Alabama$12,452.18
3Macon MurphyKeatchie, Louisiana$12,059.71
4West SmithEmmet, Arkansas$11,659.23
5Austin DavisMorton, Mississippi$11,288.75
6Marcus TheriotLumberton, Mississippi$10,778.03
7Cole WalkerSparta, Tennessee$10,396.92
8Booker McCutchenHarrison, Arkansas$10,252.06
9Randall CarlisleAthens, Louisiana$10,110.30
10Polo BacqueScott, Louisiana$9,881.51
11Tatum MillerMalvern, Arkansas$8,442.12
12Riley IstreVinton, Louisiana$7,911.77
13Artrell CarmoucheAthens, Louisiana$7,694.11
14Justin ThigpenWaycross, Georgia$7,317.37
15Blayne SaineDetroit, Alabama$7,151.30
16Bryan McClellanWhigham, Georgia$7,098.21
17Bart BrunsonTerry, Mississippi$6,916.81
18Andrew BurksKiln, Mississippi$6,893.28
19Roan HudsonArcadia, Florida$6,457.80
20Tim PharrResaca, Georgia$5,943.60

California Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Jordan KetscherSquaw Valley, California$18,078.91
2Jason AndersenSalinas, California$12,153.30
3Brush MintonWitter Springs, California$11,160.27
4Tyler ForsbergFillmore, California$10,391.73
5Colton FarquerOakdale, California$8,737.68
6Cody StewartJanesville, California$7,598.85
7J Cody JonesUkiah, California6491.97
8Doyle HoskinsPrunedale, California$6,035.60
9Dan WilliamsStandish, California$4,307.31
10CJ DeForestWheatland, California$4,191.33
11KC MillerCambria, California$3,859.47
12Jade ChurchStrathmore, California$3,222.01
13Nathan SteinbergConroe, Texas$2,878.20
14Chant DeForestWheatland, California$2,834.95
15DJ ParkerSan Luis Obispo, California$2,508.13
16Cole DoddsSonger, California$2,499.73
17Todd ForsbergFillmore, California$2,468.51
18Colt RichardsYoakum, Texas$2,086.00
19Neil DoveHico, Texas$2,042.00
20Zachary RhodesReno, Nevada$2,000.00

First Frontier Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023

RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Zane KilgusWatsontown, Pennslyvania$8,569.84
2Colby ClementMiddle Grove, New York$4,334.84
3Tyler ZebroviousFredonia, Pennslyvania$4,286.79
4JR MyersFelton, Pennslyvania$3,721.53
5Ty RumfordAbbyville, Kansas$2,967.56
6Trent TurnerTeague, Texas$2,842.66
7Garrett FernandezGloversville, New York$2,535.25
8Layne WeberReinholds, Pennslyvania$2,528.20
9Lane HowerMilton, Pennslyvania$2,283.80
10JC FisherMilton, Pennslyvania$2,193.23
11Scot BrownMount Joy, Pennslyvania$1,703.76
12Robbie ErckFt. Edward, New York$1,510.18
13Ned KilgusWatsontown, Pennslyvania$1,451.78
14Drew CarnesHornell, New York$1,205.08
15Charlie GoerlachGreenfield Center, New York$967.80
16Brady BrennanAshburnham, Massachusetts$932.48
17Tim CarnesHornell, New York$503.84
18Clayton SikesGraham, Texas$430.88
19Brian JohnsonEgg Harbor City, New Jersey$394.80
20Hayden WalizerMill Hall, Pennslyvania$359.18

Maple Leaf Circuit Standings as of August 21, 2023


RankAthleteHometownMoney Won
1Kyle LucasCarstairs, Alberta$16,672.14
2Shane SmithWimborne, Albert$12,977.79
3Jason SmithWimborne, Albert$12,460.83
4Logan BirdNanton, Alberta$11,701.03
5Clay ElliotNanton, Alberta$8,912.26
6Pole MurrayErskine, Alberta$8,619.56
7Stran DunhamSouris, Manitoba$7,860.00
8Erik DublankoThorsby, Alberta$7,859.81
9Cooper ReschStettler, Alberta$6,477.36
10Ty PopesculMedicine Hat, Alberta$6,476.09