LAS VEGAS – Welcome to the history books, Jess Lockwood. After a blistering start to the 2017 Professional Bull Riders World Finals, the 20-year-old from Volborg watched his title competitors crumble around him Sunday to make him the youngest champion in PBR history. Lockwood became the first rider to ever win the first three round at the Finals earlier in the week, and claimed the title in the championship short-go Sunday when Kaique Pacheco was bucked off Heartbreak Kid.
BILLINGS – Watch Marissa Van Atta play basketball, and you’ll learn one thing very quickly: you’d rather be with her than against her. “She’s got a nose for the ball,” said Rocky Mountain College head coach Wes Keller. “She’s a tremendous offensive rebounder.”“You just don’t see it coming,” forward Justyn Juhl summed up. Van Atta did it to Rocky as a freshman at MSU Billings. “We had a chance to sweep MSUB,” said Keller.
LAS VEGAS – Jess Lockwood is two rounds away from his ultimate goal, but he made a little history along the way Friday. The 20-year-old Volborg bull rider won his third straight round at the Professional Bull Riders World Finals, scoring 90.25 points aboard More Big Bucks. Lockwood is the first rider in history to win the first three rounds at the PBR Finals, and he increased his world lead to 322.5 points over Derek Kolbaba.
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Selecting a term
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