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<p>Hawaii Island district of Hawaii High School Rodeo Association’s only bronc rider, Ryan Sanborn looked good for about half of the eight seconds required for a scoring ride Saturday, April 6, at Parker Arena in Waimea. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Hawaii Island district of Hawaii High School Rodeo Association’s only bronc rider, Ryan Sanborn looked good for about half of the eight seconds required for a scoring ride Saturday, April 6, at Parker Arena in Waimea. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Pua Kauhaihao pulls out of a cloud of dust after rounding the first barrel in a three barrel cloverleaf pattern to win the first round of Hawaii’s High School Rodeo Association Junior Division barrel racing this past Saturday at Parker Ranch arena. The Hawaii Island district championships are May 4 and Waimea will host the state championships in June. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Pua Kauhaihao pulls out of a cloud of dust after rounding the first barrel in a three barrel cloverleaf pattern to win the first round of Hawaii’s High School Rodeo Association Junior Division barrel racing this past Saturday at Parker Ranch arena. The Hawaii Island district championships are May 4 and Waimea will host the state championships in June. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Despite the very dusty conditions at Parker arena in Waimea, Kala’a Andrade weaves her pony in and out of the pole bending event without knocking over a single pole in a timed event. She competed in the junior high school rodeo held each month. Waimea will host the state championships in June. For more photos from the event, visit the North Hawaii News website at www.northhawaiinews.com. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Despite the very dusty conditions at Parker arena in Waimea, Kala’a Andrade weaves her pony in and out of the pole bending event without knocking over a single pole in a timed event. She competed in the junior high school rodeo held each month. Waimea will host the state championships in June. For more photos from the event, visit the North Hawaii News website at www.northhawaiinews.com. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

<p>Getting the lasso over the steer is only half of the work in the boys breakaway roping event. Next, Austin Glaser will stop his horse letting the rope peal out and “breakaway” with the red bandanna tied to his saddle to stop the clock in this timed event. Parker Ranch arena hosted the monthly Hawaii H.S. Keiki division rodeo this past Saturday. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)</p>

Getting the lasso over the steer is only half of the work in the boys breakaway roping event. Next, Austin Glaser will stop his horse letting the rope peal out and “breakaway” with the red bandanna tied to his saddle to stop the clock in this timed event. Parker Ranch arena hosted the monthly Hawaii H.S. Keiki division rodeo this past Saturday. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

Hawaii Island district of Hawaii High School Rodeo Association’s only bronc rider, Ryan Sanborn looked good for about half of the eight seconds required for a scoring ride Saturday, April 6, at Parker Arena in Waimea. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

Pua Kauhaihao pulls out of a cloud of dust after rounding the first barrel in a three barrel cloverleaf pattern to win the first round of Hawaii’s High School Rodeo Association Junior Division barrel racing this past Saturday at Parker Ranch arena. The Hawaii Island district championships are May 4 and Waimea will host the state championships in June. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

Despite the very dusty conditions at Parker arena in Waimea, Kala’a Andrade weaves her pony in and out of the pole bending event without knocking over a single pole in a timed event. She competed in the junior high school rodeo held each month. Waimea will host the state championships in June. For more photos from the event, visit the North Hawaii News website at www.northhawaiinews.com. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)

Getting the lasso over the steer is only half of the work in the boys breakaway roping event. Next, Austin Glaser will stop his horse letting the rope peal out and “breakaway” with the red bandanna tied to his saddle to stop the clock in this timed event. Parker Ranch arena hosted the monthly Hawaii H.S. Keiki division rodeo this past Saturday. (PHOTO BY JOCK GOODMAN|SPECIAL TO NHN)