The cattlemen decided to deviate from their plan and rode to the K. Champion warned Ray before he set out in search of the missing trappers.
It was at this ranch that the invaders received news that fourteen rustlers were at the K. ranch approximately eighteen miles north of the Tisdale ranch. Champion and Ray surmised that something was amiss.
Cutter Duckett, Wimberley, Texas, Jesse Hines, Devine, Texas, 49.34 13.
Jacob Scroggins, Traskwood, Ark., Myles Neighbors, Benton, Ark., 41.23 12.
Rafael Domenigo, Citra, Fla., Abdiel Zamora, Okeechobee, Fla., 18.33 17.
Taylor Whetham, Morrill, Neb., Tanner Whetham, Morrill, Neb., 17.03 16.
Tie-breakers, when needed, consisted of ten extra shots, which is why some lower placers had higher scores* 1.
Shacie Marr, NM, 619 Trap Shooting *The Trap Shooting event consisted of four rounds of 25 shots.
Descriptive Summary and Abstract Historical Note Scope and Content Note Organization of the Papers Restrictions Online Catalog Terms Administrative Information Description of Series Item 1. Before Ray could walk into the yard, the invaders opened fire.
Brett Coffman, Idabel, Okla., 635 All-Around Rookie Cowgirl 1.
Baylee Johnston, Prescott, Ariz., 370 AQHA Boys' Horse of the Year 1.
Charles Penrose set out from Cheyenne on the afternoon train. Clover of the Chicago Herald and Ed Towse of the Cheyenne Sun also joined the group.
Canton, 23 gunfighters and their commander Major Frank Wolcott, and surgeon Dr.