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Iona's Kenzy claims 4-H all-around crown

FORT PIERRE--Iona's Myles Kenzy captured the senior boys all-around title at the South Dakota 4-H Finals Rodeo on Aug. 17-19. Kenzy finished with 21.240 seconds in the average, just edging out Tanner Fite (22.390) for the all-around crown. Kenzy ...

FORT PIERRE-Iona's Myles Kenzy captured the senior boys all-around title at the South Dakota 4-H Finals Rodeo on Aug. 17-19.

Kenzy finished with 21.240 seconds in the average, just edging out Tanner Fite (22.390) for the all-around crown.

Kenzy won the first-go round on Aug. 18 in the senior boys tie-down roping. He finished with a time of 8.89 seconds. He placed fifth in the long-go round with a time of 12.35 seconds.

In the senior team roping, Kenzy and partner Lucas Kessler placed second in the short-go round in 9.280 seconds. In the long-go round, the duo placed 11th in 22.930 seconds. In the average, the pair placed with 32.210 seconds.

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