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Texas cowboy looking to follow in dad's footsteps at CFD

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CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) _ Oklahoma cowboy and Frontier Days Rodeo announcer will be playing double duty.

Justin McKee of Lenapah leads the overall standings in the steer roping and a has a chance to win a Cheyenne buckle.

McKee won the first round and has a total time of 32-seconds on two runs.

Last year's steer roping champion, Ora Taton, of Rapid City, South Dakota, is in second place with 33-point-8 seconds.

Tomorrow's final performance of the 1 (m) million dollars Cheyenne Frontier Days Rodeo will feature the top competitors from all previous competition.

The best livestock will also be featured.
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