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Stockdale Jubilee Rodeo Royalty to be crowned June 20


Stockdale Jubilee Rodeo Royalty to be crowned June 20
From left, clockwise: Kaitlyn, Bethany, Coy, and Cody


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Miss Rodeo Stockdale candidate Kaitlyn Morris
Kaitlyn Morris is the daughter of Larry and Michelle Cardassi and the granddaughter of Doug and Vicki Coker. She is a sister to Mandy and Will Morris. Kaitlyn is a member of the track team and plays softball at Stockdale High School. She enjoys riding horses, playing sports, and hanging out with her friends and family.

She participates in the Texas Adopt-a-Highway program and delivers meals to the elderly through Meals on Wheels with her mom.

Kaitlyn is excited about running for Miss Rodeo Stockdale and being part of the 70th annual Watermelon Jubilee.

Little Miss Rodeo candidate Bethany Larison

Bethany Larison, the daughter of Bryan and Kristina Larison, is a candidate for Little Miss Rodeo. She is the granddaughter of Betty Larison of Luling and Donnie and Janet Barkmeyer of Lockhart. She has two older brothers, Bryan and Bandy.

Bethany is 6 years old and likes to compete in dummy ropings, ride her horse Sassy, swim, and play outside. She is a member of Cheer Dynasty Athletics.

Bethany’s biggest achievement so far has been her USTRC buckle she won last year in Stephenville at the United States Team Roping Championships Dummy Roping.

Bethany’s dream is to hold the American flag at rodeos one day just like Miss Rodeo Texas!

Little Mr. Rodeo candidate Coy W. Gann

Coy W. Gann is the son of Eric and Karah Gann of Stockdale. He is the grandson of Melvin and Debi Polasek of Poth, Cheryl and Steve Anderson of Conroe, and Johnny and Christine of Loraine, and great-grandson of the late Roy W. Gann and Grace Gann, formerly of Stockdale.

Coy will be entering kindergarten this coming school year and enjoys playing baseball and football for Stockdale.

Coy also loves being in the pool with his brother Jacob and sister Harper. He loves the outdoors and everything that has to do with animals and being outside! Coy also loves spending the night and going fishing with his best friend, Calvin West. Coy would like to thank all of his sponsors, family, and friends for helping him out on his journey in running for Little Mr. Rodeo 2014. Let’s Rodeo!

Little Mr. Rodeo candidate Cody Leonard


Cody Leonard, the son of Clayton and Jenise Leonard, is a candidate for Little Mr. Rodeo. He is the grandson of Cynthia Walker, Suzanne Cronk, and Randy and Terri Leonard. Cody is 5 years old and has two sisters, Crystal and McKenzie.

Cody likes to fish, swim, ride horses, and ride his four-wheeler. Cody is very excited about being a part of the 70th annual Watermelon Jubilee and hopes to see everyone there.
 

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