Aaron Roy wins Monday’s bull riding

Aaron Roy of Yellow Grass, Sask., scored 85.50 points Monday to win the bull riding competition in the fourth performance at the Calgary Stampede rodeo.

CALGARY — Aaron Roy of Yellow Grass, Sask., scored 85.50 points Monday to win the bull riding competition in the fourth performance at the Calgary Stampede rodeo.

Wesley Silcox of the U.S. finished second with 84.50 points, while fellow American Shane Proctor, Tyler Pankewitz of Ponoka, Alta., and Chad Besplug of Claresholm, Alta., tied for third with 82.00 points.

Bobby Mote of the U.S. won the bareback competition with 90.00 points, followed by fellow Americans Kaycee Feild (86.50 points) and Jason Havens (85.00 points).

Chet Johnson of the U.S. took the saddle bronc crown with 84.50 points, followed by Rusty Allen (84.50 points) and Chuck Schmidt (84.00 points), both of the U.S. Trevor Knowles of the U.S. won the steer wrestling competition with a time of 4.3 seconds. Jason Miller, Luke Branquinho and Shawn Greenfield, also of the U.S., tied for second with 4.5 seconds.

The top tie-down roping time was recorded by American Ryan Jarrett (6.7 seconds). He was followed by fellow countrymen Cory Solomon (6.9 seconds) in second and Shane Hanchey (7.1 seconds) in third. Molly Powell of the U.S. won the ladies barrel racing title with a time of 17.82 seconds, while Lauren Byrne of Okotoks, Alta., was second in 17.87 seconds. Lisa Lockhart of the U.S. rounded out the top three with a time of 18.00 seconds.