Her time spent in the high school rodeo and 4-H have also been quite remarkable as she was the 2012 Runner up Rookie of the Year in District 5 High School Rodeo, and 2013 4-H Green Horse All Around Champion, as well as 2016 Public School Ambassador for the Montana State Rodeo Program. She has also worked as a Wrangler at Ranch at Rock Creek promoting the western lifestyle to international guests. Her hobbies include breakaway roping, barrel racing, hunting, skiing and singing (especially singing the National Anthem at PRCA Rodeos). Lorna was the 2013 Mother Lode Round-Up Queen and was also First Runner-Up to Miss Rodeo Montana in 2016.

When asked why she would like to be Miss Rodeo Montana Lorna replied, "After participating in rodeos all over the western United States, I have come to the conclusion that no truer form of our sport exists in any other place than Montana. Our state is unique because of its rich heritage and western lifestyle that epitomize honest family values. As Miss Rodeo Montana I would be honored to act as a role model: I will uphold and pass down the values of the Treasure State and give back to a sport that has given so much to me. Being crowned Miss Rodeo Montana would be the ultimate opportunity to promote professional rodeo. As Montana’s rodeo ambassador, I would share my passion for the western lifestyle and my love for the last best state."