Montana's First Lady of Rodeo...

Miss Rodeo Montana 2002

Contestants

  • CONTESTANT 1

    Beau Heath

    Beau Heath

    is the 21 year old daughter of George Heath of Clyde Park and Christine Brown of Sheridan, Montana. She is a graduate of Shields Valley High School and is currently attending Northwest College in Powell, Wyoming, working towards a degree in Equine Training and Business with an emphasis on Reproduction.

    In High School Beau was Student Body President as well as the Homecoming Queen; she was also active in Montana High School Rodeo Association, choir, basketball, and FFA. She is currently on the NWC Horse Judging Team and enjoys team roping, barrel racing, and horse training. Her future goals include owning her own horse training facility and raising a family.

  • CONTESTANT 2

    Traci Scott

    Traci Scott

    is the 22 year old daughter of Jay and Chris Scott of Kalispell. She is a graduate of Flathead High School and is currently a Junior attending the University of Montana Western majoring in Business Management.

    Traci graduated with honors including the President's Outstanding Academic Achievement Award from Flathead High School and was also involved in 4-H and horse showing. In 2001 she served as the Northwest Montana Pro Rodeo Queen. Tract's goals include graduating from college with a 3.5 GPA, pursuing a career in the banking industry, and raising a family.

  • CONTESTANT 3

    Sarah Wilkins

    Sarah Wilkins

    is the 20 year old daughter of Don Wilkins of St. Charles, Missouri and Janet Wheeler of Condon. She graduated Valedictorian of her class at Seeley Swan High School with a 4.0 GPA, and is currently a Junior at Montana State University.

    In High School Sarah was active in Student council, High School Rodeo, was a Montana House of Representatives Legal Aide, was on the newspaper staff, and participated in track, volleyball, and cheerleading. She is a member of Pi Beta Phi Sorority and was Pledge of the Year in 2000; is a member of the pre-veterinary club, and MSU Ag Ambassador. She also served as Miss Rodeo Western Montana in 2001. She would like to attend veterinary school at Washington State University and return to Montana to open her own large animal practice. She would also like to become a certified riding instructor.

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