National Indian Relay Championship winning relay team Mountain Crow with rider Darren Charges Strong on Saturday, September 11.
By LORI ANN EDMO
BLACKFOOT — Mountain Crow with Darren Charges Strong riding won the National Indian Relay Championship at the Eastern Idaho State Fair September 11 winning $10,164, jackets and belt buckles.
Taking second was Young Money with Myles Murray riding earning $6,098. Third was Mountain River Relay with Nolan Werk riding winning $4,065. Fifth was Goes Ahead Pretty with Virg McCormick riding earning $500 and sixth was Cedar Ridge with Jared Cerino winning $300.
Alonzo Coby won the Legends Race in memory of DeMonte “Ogoo” Johnson Sr. winning $1,200 plus a horse, jacket, star quilt and beaded horse whip from the Johnson family. Second was Woodrow Teton earning $720, along with a jacket. Third was James Tone winning $480 and a jacket. The Johnson family also provided a jacket to the oldest rider who is Deland Osborne.
Alonzo Coby won the Legends Race.
Frankie Gould riding for Boogie Boys won the Championship Consolation race winning $4,356. Second was Aimsback with Jaylin Potts riding earning $2,613. Third was Mugsy McCormick riding for Blanket Bull winning $1,742. Fourth was Farmer Creek and rider Gavin Eldridge earning $200. Fifth was Mountain Timber with rider Jesse Tone winning $200.
Boogie Boys with rider Frankie Gould won the Championship Consolation Relay race.
Coby team with rider Sam Pine won the Indian Relay consolation race winning $800. Second was Redbone with rider Kingston Hugs earning $600. Third place was Garrett Galloway riding for Ba kia Dah earning $400. Fourth was Putnam Relay and rider Will Appenay earning $200.
Coby Team with rider Sam Pine won the Indian Relay Consolation race.
Ladies Relay Championship
Young Money with Autumn Charges Strong riding won first and $2,222. Second was Brailey Tissidimit earning $1,033 and third was Jayce Carlson riding for Kipp/Mountain Women Express winning $688. Amyotte was fourth with rider Diamond Amyotte winning $100 and sixth was Oo Vee Das and rider Zia Washakie winning $100.
Ladies Relay Championship race winners Young Money with rider Autumn Charges Strong.
Ladies Relay Consolation
Washakie Girls with rider Twinney Washakie won the Ladies Relay Consolation winning $738. Second was Sharmaine Weed riding for Lady War Chiefs earning $442. Third was Smoke Ranch Express with Violet Carson riding.
Ladies Relay Consolation race winners Washakie Girls with rider Twinney Washakie.
The Ladies Race ran September 10. Raelyn Dixey won first winning $2,500. Second was Rylia Edmo earning $1,200 and third was Jayce Carlson winning $800.
Raelyn Dixey won the Ladies Race on Friday, September 10.
The Mile Race ran on September 9. Miaus Teton won first wining $2,000. Second was EJ Enos earning $1,200. Third was Clayden Iron Eyes winning $800.
Miaus Teton won the Mile Race on Thursday, September 9.
Lil Chief Race
Bridger Sinclair won the Lil Chief Race that also ran on September 9 winning $1,100. Second was Uriah Pisano earning $660 and third was EJ Enos winning $440.
Bridger Sinclair won the Lil Chief Race on September 9.
Indian Relay race heats
Note the payout for each relay heat is $806 for first, $483 for second and $322 for third.
September 10 — Heat 1: First: Boogie Boys with rider Frankie Gould; second Young Money with Myles Murray riding; third Mugsy McCormick riding for Blanket Bull. Heat 2: Beegup Relay with Freeland Larkin riding; second Goes Ahead Pretty with rider Virg McCormick and third was JonMarc Skunkcap riding for War Chiefs. Heat 3: First: Mountain River with Nolan Werk riding; second Mountain Crow and rider Darren Charges Strong; third Farmer Relay with Kalen Hammond riding.
September 9 — Heat 1: First War Chiefs with JonMarc Skunkcap riding; second Hisbadhorse with rider Catcher Hisbadhorse and third was Darren Charges Strong riding for Mountain Crow. Heat 2: Young Money with Myles Murray riding; second Mountain River Relay with rider Nolan Werk and third Frankie Gould riding for Boogie Boys. Heat 3: First: Cedar Ridge with rider Jared Cerino; second was Blanket Bull with Mugsy McCormick riding and third was Beegup Relay and rider Freeland Larkin.
Fort Hall Braves during a play against the American Falls Beavers in an away game on Saturday, September 11.
By DANA HERNANDEZ
AMERICAN FALLS — The Fort Hall Braves lost in their away game to the American Falls Beavers on Saturday, September 11. The score was 21-0.
Their next game will be against the Soda Springs Cardinals at 5:30 p.m. at Sho-Ban High School on Saturday, September 18.
A Fort Hall Braves player runs with the ball.
The Fort Hall Warriors also played on Saturday, September 11 and lost to the Northwest Blackfoot Bronco, 48-0. They will be playing at Sho-Ban High School Saturday, September 18 at 7 p.m. where they will face the East Highland Seahawks.