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Colorado State High School and Junior High Rodeo, day one

The state competitions for high school and junior high cowboys and cowgirls began at the Moffat County Fairgrounds Thursday.

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Dusty Taylor throws his rope out in the boys high school tie down roping first round Thursday. Taylor, who just finished his sophomore year at Moffat County High School, recorded a good time of just over 13 seconds in the first round, setting himself up well for the rest of the weekend. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Kasen Brennise gets a good loop on his calf in the tie down roping first round of the Colorado State Junior High Rodeo Thursday. Brennise was the last competitor to go and his time of 17.95 seconds was good enough to win on day one. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Cutter (right) and Casey Barnes took a five-second penalty for only roping one leg in the first round of the team roping competition at the Colorado State High School rodeo, but many other teams missed out on getting times altogether. Team roping second round is Sunday. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Garrett Uptain of Craig was bucked off the left side in the saddle bronc first round Thursday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds. Uptain had to take a no time for round one. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Cutter Barnes, of Maybell, gets onto the horns of his steer during boys steer wrestling at the Colorado State High School Rodeo. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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Kinlie Brennise ropes a calf in the first round of the girls junior high breakaway roping Thursday at the Moffat County Fairgrounds. Brennise earned a buckle for winning the first round in 2.77 seconds and is in good position for the rest of the weekend at the Colorado State Junior High Rodeo. Photo by Nate Waggenspack

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