Montana's First Lady of Rodeo...

Miss Teen Rodeo Montana 2008

Contestants

  • CONTESTANT 1

    Jennifer Marshall

    Jennifer Marshall

    Miss Teen Rodeo Montana 2008

    Style Show, Horsemanship, Appearance

    is the 18 year old daughter of Steve and Kathy Marshall of Victor.  She attends Corvallis High School with at 4.0 GPA and is also certified in CPR and first-aid.  She held the title of Miss Rodeo Ravalli County in 2007.  She enjoys cooking, reading, volunteering, training horses, back country pack trips and rodeo.  She will graduate in May and plans to attend MSU Western, majoring in business management and equestrian studies.  She would someday like to own a livestock company and a horse training facility.

    Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: Rodeo runs deep in my veins, and to me, it isn't just a sport, it's a way of life.  And I would like the chance to be able to share my passion and reflect a positive image to today's youth.  Above all, I want to give back to rodeo what it has given to me.  It has not only taught me good sportsmanship, honor, family values and pride, but it has taught me that no matter what you are doing, if you're smiling and looking ahead, this time, like all times, will be a great one.

  • CONTESTANT 2

    Jourdon Han

    Jourdon Han

    1st Runner Up

    Photogenic

    is the 18 year old daughter of Don and Jay Dee Han of Rudyard.  She is a graduate of North Star High School where she played Varisity Basketball and Volleyball and was the Jr. and State Class President.  She is currently attending Montana State University Bozeman studying exercise science.  She enjoys basketball, volleyball, rodeo, bowling, photography, snowboarding, water sports, dance, theatre, trail riding and softball.  Her future plans include obtaining a doctorate in physical therapy and to work with the Justin Sports Medicine Team.

    Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: I want to be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana because I love the sport of rodeo and the state of Montana.  If I am chosen to be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana I know it will be a great opportunity to meet new people, travel around the state, project a positive role model, educate the public about rodeo, and enjoy the sport even more.  I especially want to be a good influence for people who want to become a part of the rodeo world, whether it be through pageants, participating in the various events, or just being a fan..

  • CONTESTANT 3

    Randie Adams

    Randie Adams

    is the 17 year old daughter of James Baker of Vilonia, Arkansas, and Dana Adams of Bozeman.  She attends Bozeman Senior High School and has been involved with the State 4-H Ambassador Officer team.  She enjoys barrel racing, pole bending, goat tying and breakaway roping and spends time working on her 4-H horse and leadership projects.  In the future she leans towards something in the Agricultural, Communications, or Wildlife fields.

    Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: My term as Southwest Montana Jr Queen was the same year I held the State 4-H Ambassador Officer title.  The 2006/2007 Year was a very busy one for me with both responsibilities.  Being able to support and promote the sport of rodeo was an exciting opportunity that I feel I can only improve upon.  Having those two titles did set me back a touch more than I would have liked, therefore I know without a doubt I would make this term of being Miss Teen Rodeo Montana a top priority and promise an energetic year.

  • CONTESTANT 4

    Kyleigh Plant

    Kyleigh Plant

    Speech, Personality, Projection

    is the 18 year old daughter of Thomas and Kristi Plant of Miles City.  She is a graduate of Custer County District High School and is currently a freshman at Miles Community College.  She was involved with 4-H and FFA, was a cheerleader in High School, and has held numerous Rodeo Queen titles.  She is currently a rodeo and cheer team member at Miles Community College and enjoys teaching dancing and cheer, scrapbooking, cooking and quilting.  Her future plans include graduating with a degree in Family and Consumer Sciences and to work as a County Extension Agent.

    Why I Want To Be Miss Teen Rodeo Montana: I have been very fortunate that rodeo has been such a huge part of my life.  It has taught me responsibility, good sportsmanship, respect and strong family values.  By becoming Miss Teen Rodeo Montana, it will enable me to represent something that is so special to me and give me the opportunity to represent a sport that has been an integral part of my family, my hometown and the great state of Montana.

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