LAS VEGAS (AP) — Six-time season champion Cody Ohl tied for first in tie-down roping Sunday night at the in the National Finals Rodeo for his second straight round victory.
Ohl, from Hico, Texas, matched Ryan Jarrett of Commanche, Okla., with a 6.9-second run in the fourth round. Ohl earned $16,677 to move into second place in the standings with $130,249.
Defending champion Tuf Cooper of Decatur, Texas, who didn't finish in the six paying positions in the round, leads the standings with $142,075. He's seeking his third straight title.