The Johnson & Johnson father and son duo of team ropers has most likely paired for their last Cheyenne Frontier Days and did so with a money run in Monday morning slack rodeo action. Jhett Johnson is head rodeo coach at Casper College and won a world champion's gold buckle heeling in 2011. His son Kellan is the reigning college national champion header. He ropes for Gillette College as well as in the pros and after a few more rodeos he'll depart Dad (who may or may not retire) and join forces with Brady Norman from Oklahoma. The Johnsons ranch outside of Casper where another potential header named Kress waits anxiously in the wings. A total of 20 team ropers ran both of their steers in the morning session. Kellan and Jhett got it done in their second-round Cheyenne run overcoming their steer's head start of 30 feet to stop the clock at 7.6 seconds

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