Montana's First Lady of Rodeo...

Miss Rodeo Montana 1999



    Shanda Detton

    Shanda Detton

    is the 23-year old daughter of John and Renea Detton of Dillon. She is a 1993 graduate of Beaverhead County High School and a 1998 graduate of the University of Montana with a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration.

    Shanda was the UM Women's Rodeo Team Captain, and placed fourth in barrel racing in the Big Sky Region. She also served as the 1997/98 Dillon JayCee Rodeo Queen.

    She is a former member of the National Ski Patrol and the Professional Ski Instructors of America, and was formerly licensed in property and casualty insurance for the State of Montana.

    She enjoys rodeoing, is a member of the WPRA and NRA, and is an avid skier. Shanda would like to pursue a Master's Degree and looks forward to enjoying a rural lifestyle in Montana.


    Angela Griebel

    Angela Griebel

    is the 21-year old daughter of Rodney and Marjorie Griebel of Plevna. She is a graduate of Plevna High School and is currently attending Northern Wyoming Cosmetology school. In High School, Angela was active in basketball, cheerleading, music, 4-H, and was on the Honor Roll.

    She was also the Fallen County Fair and Rodeo Queen. She is currently a member of the Horseman's Club, a member of the 5th place horse judging team at the AQHA World Show, and served as the 1998 Miss Miles City Bucking Horse Queen.

    She enjoys rodeo, horse showing, basketball, football, baseball, horseback riding, swimming, hiking, and talking on the phone. Angela, though currently attending cosmetology school, would also like to pursue a degree in equestrian education.


    Katherine Settle

    Katherine Settle

    is the 19 year old daughter of Robert and Patricia Settle of Miles City. She is a 1997 graduate of Helena High School and is attending Miles City Community College, transferring to Dawson Community College in the spring of 1999.

    In high school, she was active in art shows and a member of the National Art Society, academic all-state, varsity cheerleader, and 4-H. She was also a national qualifier in the National Barrel Horse Association.

    She enjoys swimming and giving swimming lessons, photography, painting, riding, roping, rodeoing, shopping, and doing radio commercials. Katherine is pursuing an Ag-Business degree and would like to get a teaching certificate for K-12. She plans to continue with rodeo and raising quarter horses.


    Christina Wall

    Christina Wall

    is the 23-year old daughter of Dennis and Babette Wall of Heppner, Oregon. She is a graduate of Molalla High School in Molalla, Oregon, and is currently attending Montana State University. In high school, Christina was active in 4-H and FFA, receiving numerous awards at the state level including Oregon State FFA and Grand Champion Swine Showman in 1995. She was also on the honor roll, National Honor Society, girls varsity soccer, jazz ensemble, and concert band. She was the Clackmas County (OR) Fair and Rodeo Queen in 1996 and the Livingston Roundup Queen in 1998.

    Her hobbies include training and showing horses, reading, crafts, hiking, swimming, trail riding, and learning about waterfowl hunting. Christina will graduate with a degree in Ag-Economics/Business, enabling her to pursue a career in many different fields. She would like to continue her involvement with 4- , FFA, and local horse, swine and cattle clubs.


    Angie Hannen

    Angie Hannen

    is the 19-year old daughter of Don and Becky Hannen of Creston. She is a graduate of Bigfork High School and is attending Flathead Valley Community College majoring in Nursing.

    Angie was active in high school as the yearbook editor and on the debate team. She also served as the Northwest Montana Pro Rodeo Queen in 1998 and was a queen clinic instructor.

    She enjoys barrel racing, horseback riding, horse showing, O-mok-see, snow skiing, reading, writing poetry, church, and spending time with family and friends, especially children. Angle would like to become a registered nurse and continue her education to become a midwife.