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Stormy Eubank Named Co-Captain Of Rodeo Team The National High School Rodeo Association (NHSRA), the oldest and largest youth rodeo organization in North America, has named Stormy Eubank, a sophomore at Northside High School in Jackson, Tenn. as a co-captain of the prestigious Wrangler High School All-Star Rodeo Team. Eubank was selected to the team by a vote of her fellow Wrangler All-Star team members. Also selected for the co-captain is Jim Bowie Adcock, a senior from Readyville, tenn. He competes in steer wrestling, calf roping and team roping. Stormy Eubank competes in barrels, ropes, break-a-way roping, goat tying and team roping. She won Rookie of the Year last year, Girls Cutting Champion and finished fourth in break-a-way roping. She is also this year's treasurer for the Tennessee High School Rodeo Association. The NHSRA and Wrangler created the Wrangler High School All-Star Team in 1998 to recognize over 1,200 high school student athletes across the United States and Canada for their leadership qualities, academic performance and athletic achievements. The Wrangler high School All-Star Team is fashioned after the prestigious Wrangler Champion Pro Rodeo Team, which includes rodeo superstars like Ty Murray, Joe Beaver, Charmayne James, Dan Mortensen, Speed Williams and hall-of-famer Jim Shoulders. Similar to their professional counterparts, members of the Wrangler High School All-Star team wear official Wrangler competition apparel consisting of Wrangler Twenty X shirts embroidered with the team logo, Twenty X competition jeans and, new this year, a 10X Wrangler felt hat. Of this group, a select few have been chosen as co-captains to serve in a team leadership capacity. "We are extremely proud to have this fine group of youth athletes lead the Wrangler High School rodeo team," said Karl Stressman, Wrangler special events manager. "Their impressive accomplishments will no doubt serve them well as representatives of the sport of rodeo in the coming year."
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