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Posted: Sunday, October 14, 2007 12:00 am

ALPINE Sul Ross State University freshman Sarah Ashley David of Cisco was crowned Miss Rodeo Sul Ross 2007 the Oct. 6 performance of the 62nd NIRA Rodeo.

David, a freshman majoring in reproductive physiology, succeeds Mary Briggs, Odessa, the 2006 Rodeo Queen. David finished first in the appearance, photogenic, congeniality, speech, modeling and interview categories.

Named first runner-up was Kayla Clingingsmith, Seguin, a freshman agricultural education major and won the personality and impromptu category awards. Kaydi Kubala, El Campo, senior, animal science, was selected second runner-up and won the test category.

Also competing were: Amanda Renfro, North Richland Hills, junior, kinesiology, winner in horsemanship; Julie Lejsal, Pearland, junior, animal science/pre-veterinary medicine and the cowgirl-up winner; and Cayla Slaughter, Pyote, sophomore, animal science, participation award winner.

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