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Catchin' Calves

Unlike any other calf scramble program, USC is a one-day tournament in which competitors catch calves in hopes of advancing to the next round. 4th and 5th place participants in each preliminary round will receive $1,000. An additional $94,000 will be divided among the top boys and girls competitors who make it to the finals in the Rodeo Arena, with one boy and one girl receiving a first-place prize amount of $6,000 and the title of Ultimate Scramble Champion. With the USC certificates, winners can purchase an animal of their choice: market steer, market lamb, market goat, market barrow, breeding heifer or boer goat to bring to the next year’s show.

2020 USC Results

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First Place – Madison Rose, El Campo FFA

Second Place – Lillie Sligh, McLennan County 4-H

Third Place – Kinsey Gardner, Coryell County 4-H

Committee’s Choice – Landry Miller, Hale County 4-H

Bracket Schedule

Preliminary Heats: 14 Heats for Girls and Boys

  • Top 3 advance from each; 4-5th Place receives $1000

Finals (12 Girls / 12 Boys):

  • 1st= $6,000
  • 2nd= $5,000
  • 3rd= $4,000
  • 4th= $3,000
  • 5th= $2,500
  • 6-10th= $2,000
  • 11-21st= $1,500

 

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