They share a bond like no other in college rodeo's Central Rocky Mountain Region and it is stronger now than ever. Teisha Coffield and her brother Chadron have earned many buckles but when they finished this year with the all-around women's, breakaway roping and tie-down champion titles respectively the siblings from Yuma, Colorado didn't care to acknowledge those accomplishments. Teisha rodeos for the University of Wyoming and Chadron is at Eastern WY in Torrington. Ironically his best rodeo of the year was in Chadron, NE (the town he's named after) to start the 2018-19 campaign. Teisha was strong from start to finish including a first-round win at the final event of the season in Laramie last weekend. EWC coach Jake Clark is more than happy with what Chadron Coffield got done for the Lancers accounting for nearly half of the men's team points. When it comes to ability and the love they have for one another there is no question the Coffields are the real McCoy.

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