Princeton played host to the Stan Thompson Memorial Rodeo last weekend.
Some of Quesnel’s finest placed well at the event.
Ryan McNaughton, from Quesnel, managed to be in two places at once as he took first and second in the team roping category: first with Jeff Wills and a $772.56, each, purse; and second with Kyle McNaughton and a $426.24 purse for each. Wade McNolty, from 100 Mile House and Carey Price, from Kelowna took home $612.72 each for placing second.
Quesnel local Caly Waterhouse took first in junior steer riding, followed by Devon Robbins out of Alkali Lake.
Lane Wills and Jenna Waterhouse, out of Quesnel, took second in junior steer riding, $149.76, and third, $103.68, respectively in junior barrel racing.
Tayler Cathart, Quesnel, got the $74.52, third place payout in junior breakaway roping.
Wade McNolty took steer wrestling for the $599.76 purse. Cohord Mason, Kamloops, wrestled into second and a $458.64 payout, followed by hometown-hero, Norm Breen, in third for the $317.52 purse.