You couldn't have scripted the final night of mutton bustin' at the Nacogdoches Pro Rodeo and Steer Show any better.  On a night that saw the best scores of the 3 nights of riding, Kaleb Eddings of Nacogdoches was holding on to the lead with a score of 82 points with one rider to go. 

That rider was Cash Summers of Nacogdoches.  Summers drew the sheep named Forrest because 'it felt like running', and run it did.  Summers held on as the sheep blazed its way to mid-arena, and then, Forrest made a flying leap that any gazelle would be envious of.  That final flourish was enough to push Summers to a ride of 84, capturing the top spot of the night and of the entire rodeo.

A special thanks to Impact Cowboy Church for all the hard work they put into this event as well as our sponsors Deep East Texas Electric Coop and KICKS 105.