Rodeo Class of 2021: Jacy Johnson
September 9, 2020
Hi. My name is Jacy Johnson and I'm a senior at Whitehall High School. My plans for after graduation as of now are going to school to become a radiology technician. As I will be competing in my last hometown rodeo, I look back over all the years I have rode in this arena. I started competing at the age of two from o-mok-sees to youth rodeos, barrel racing, and finally junior high and high school rodeos. My events this year are pole bending and breakaway. I just want to thank my mom and dad for everything they do for me. From hauling me to rodeos, especially taking me to Lebanon Tennessee two times for junior high nationals. For high school nationals at Rock Springs and last year to Guthrie. My parents and I have had a lot of early morning and late-night practices and I'm so glad I have them by my side. I would also like to thank the Bart Smith family, the Gerhard family, the Scafani family, the Story family, Kwinci Tatarka and Kari Klemo for being my biggest fans. Also Jay Wagner, Bryan Roberston and many more. Thanks for everything you have done for me.