Area cowboy brings home awards from High School Rodeo Finals

Young cowboy qualified and headed for the Canadian and National High School Rodeo Finals

Kash Siqouin attended the Junior BC High School Rodeo Finals in Dawson Creek, over the Victoria Day weekend and came home with a number of award buckles for his efforts.  Siqouin won the overall calf roping buckle; winning the first go round, taking second place in the second go round, and winning the third go round.  He also won the chute dogging overall buckle.  Siqouin is now qualified and headed for the Canadian and National High School Rodeo Finals in three events; calf roping, chute dogging and team roping (with partner Carson Payton).  Pictured with winning rider Kash Siqouin, is grandmother Sherry Siqouin, mom Nicole and brother Kayden.

Kash Siqouin attended the Junior BC High School Rodeo Finals in Dawson Creek, over the Victoria Day weekend and came home with a number of award buckles for his efforts. Siqouin won the overall calf roping buckle; winning the first go round, taking second place in the second go round, and winning the third go round. He also won the chute dogging overall buckle. Siqouin is now qualified and headed for the Canadian and National High School Rodeo Finals in three events; calf roping, chute dogging and team roping (with partner Carson Payton). Pictured with winning rider Kash Siqouin, is grandmother Sherry Siqouin, mom Nicole and brother Kayden.

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