Frontier student to compete at Rodeo Finals

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MOSES LAKE — A Frontier Middle School student has earned a position to compete for Washington at the National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Huron, South Dakota. The eighth-grader, Naomi Yager, has earned the chance to compete in the goat tying competition at the 15th annual NJHFR, taking place between June 23 and 29.

THE NJHFR, the largest junior high world rodeo, brings contestants from around the country and globe to compete. In addition for the chance to be named as NJHFR World champions, young athletes will compete for more than $80,000 dollars in prizes and $200,000 in college scholarships.

Contestants who finish in the top 20 based on their times/scores over the first two rounds will advance will to the finals for the opportunity to be named as World champions. Finals will be aired live on www.RidePass.com.

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