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Hawaii High School Rodeo brings youth together at Parker Arena

<p>After advice and coaching from his dad, Robert Sanborn, in white hat, Ryan Sanborn takes off on a saddle bronc ride at the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association monthly rodeo at Parker Arena on Sunday, Nov. 3. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

After advice and coaching from his dad, Robert Sanborn, in white hat, Ryan Sanborn takes off on a saddle bronc ride at the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association monthly rodeo at Parker Arena on Sunday, Nov. 3. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Ty Shintaku bull riding at Hawaii High School Rodeo’s monthly rodeo at Parker Arena. The next scheduled rodeo will be the first weekend in January. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Ty Shintaku bull riding at Hawaii High School Rodeo’s monthly rodeo at Parker Arena. The next scheduled rodeo will be the first weekend in January. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Kamaluhia Garcia turns her horse around the first of six poles in a slalom course called pole bending at the Keiki Rodeo at Parker Arena in Waimea on Saturday, Nov. 2. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Kamaluhia Garcia turns her horse around the first of six poles in a slalom course called pole bending at the Keiki Rodeo at Parker Arena in Waimea on Saturday, Nov. 2. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Members of Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy came out to help with the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association Keiki and Junior High School divisions on Saturday, Nov. 2. HYC is a place where at risk youth, 15-18, can join to achieve their high school diploma in a strict atmosphere and “Dream, Believe, and Achieve” a better life. This group comes from Kulani Hilo led by Cadre Randall Laronal and Kathy Rodriquez-Herring for both boys and girls. These kids were thrilled to get to contribute to the community and learn about rodeo and see an example of other similar age kids value hard work to achieve their goals. They helped work with calves, goats, gates, barrels, raking and got some real hands on experience. For more information, call 430-4184 or 494-4575. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Members of Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy came out to help with the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association Keiki and Junior High School divisions on Saturday, Nov. 2. HYC is a place where at risk youth, 15-18, can join to achieve their high school diploma in a strict atmosphere and “Dream, Believe, and Achieve” a better life. This group comes from Kulani Hilo led by Cadre Randall Laronal and Kathy Rodriquez-Herring for both boys and girls. These kids were thrilled to get to contribute to the community and learn about rodeo and see an example of other similar age kids value hard work to achieve their goals. They helped work with calves, goats, gates, barrels, raking and got some real hands on experience. For more information, call 430-4184 or 494-4575. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>La’i Bertlemann pulls for all she’s worth with the help of her partner, Camela Ha’alilio in the Keiki Calf Mugging at Parker Arena this past Saturday. The two try to throw the calf and tie three legs in the timed event. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

La’i Bertlemann pulls for all she’s worth with the help of her partner, Camela Ha’alilio in the Keiki Calf Mugging at Parker Arena this past Saturday. The two try to throw the calf and tie three legs in the timed event. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

After advice and coaching from his dad, Robert Sanborn, in white hat, Ryan Sanborn takes off on a saddle bronc ride at the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association monthly rodeo at Parker Arena on Sunday, Nov. 3. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Ty Shintaku bull riding at Hawaii High School Rodeo’s monthly rodeo at Parker Arena. The next scheduled rodeo will be the first weekend in January. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Kamaluhia Garcia turns her horse around the first of six poles in a slalom course called pole bending at the Keiki Rodeo at Parker Arena in Waimea on Saturday, Nov. 2. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

Members of Hawaii Youth Challenge Academy came out to help with the Hawaii High School Rodeo Association Keiki and Junior High School divisions on Saturday, Nov. 2. HYC is a place where at risk youth, 15-18, can join to achieve their high school diploma in a strict atmosphere and “Dream, Believe, and Achieve” a better life. This group comes from Kulani Hilo led by Cadre Randall Laronal and Kathy Rodriquez-Herring for both boys and girls. These kids were thrilled to get to contribute to the community and learn about rodeo and see an example of other similar age kids value hard work to achieve their goals. They helped work with calves, goats, gates, barrels, raking and got some real hands on experience. For more information, call 430-4184 or 494-4575. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)

La’i Bertlemann pulls for all she’s worth with the help of her partner, Camela Ha’alilio in the Keiki Calf Mugging at Parker Arena this past Saturday. The two try to throw the calf and tie three legs in the timed event. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN| SPECIAL TO NHN)