Jamee Clark and Doug Kallenberger each notched second-place averages in respective events to pace the Montana State University-Northern rodeo team at a spring rodeo in Bozeman last week.
Clark recorded a time of 3.0 seconds in the performance round of breakaway roping to qualify for the short-go, where she placed fourth with a time of 3.6 seconds.
Kallenberger scored a 59 in the performance section of saddle bronc riding to finish fourth, and then scored a 67 for third place in the short-go.
Amber Seilstad was sixth in the performance round of breakaway roping with a time of 3.6 seconds.
Northern then headed to Helena for the Regional Rodeo this past weekend, and Clark once again had a solid effort.
She placed first in breakaway roping during the first rodeo with a time of 3.1 seconds before placing 10th in the second rodeo with a time of 4.3 seconds.
Clark is currently in fourth place overall in the region in breakaway roping.
During the first rodeo in Helena, Kallenberger was second in saddle bronc riding after the first round with a score of 63, second in the second round with a 56 and his average score was second overall.
Kallenberger's average was first overall in the second rodeo after scoring 65 in the first round for second place and 68 in the short-go for first place.
He is currently third overall in the regional standings in that event.
Competing in team roping, Jaley Wacker and Brandon Woods placed fourth in the performance round with a time of 6.4 seconds, fourth in the short-go and fourth in the average.
Wacker also teamed up with Kallenberger in the first rodeo, they placed 10th in the performance round with a time of 8.1 seconds, fifth in the short-go and sixth in the average.
Northern's women's team placed third in the Helena rodeo and are currently tied for fourth in the standings with Miles Community College. Northern has a significant lead over Dawson Community College and Northwest Community College.
The team will compete at the Dawson Community College Rodeo in Glendive this weekend and then head to Missoula for the University of Montana Rodeo the weekend thereafter.