Youth Board 2018-2019

Cashlyn English
Youth Board President


Hi Everyone,

My name is Cashlyn English and I am the 2018-2019 Student Body president. I am 17 years old and I am a daughter of Curtis and Koleen English. I have two siblings, Carlee who is 19 and Cole who is 12. I am currently a Senior attending Earl Wooster High School in Reno Nevada, and working towards my International Baccalaureate diploma. I plan to attend College next year, continuing to rodeo as I work towards my degree in International Affairs with minors in English and Spanish. I aspire to one day become and International Business lawyer. School and Rodeo have always been my favorite things and I am excited to continue bettering myself in both. I have been a member of the NSHSRA for five years now, competing in Team Roping, Breakaway Roping, and Barrel Racing. I enjoyed serving as the Student Secretary for last season and I am elated to be this years President, thank you for affording me with the opportunity to work with all of you to better the Sport of Rodeo.. Good Luck to everyone!


Cashlyn English

Vice President


Jayce Blake

Hello! My name is Jayce Blake. I am an 11th grader and I attend North Star Online school. I live in Palomino Valley in Northern Nevada and I am an only child to Stacey and Jay Blake. I have been competing in rodeo since I could walk and currently, I compete in all of my events, which are goat tying, breakaway roping, barrel racing, pole bending, team roping, cutting, and reined cow horse.

              After high school, I want to attend Sam Houston University or Frank Phillips University and get my business degree while I college rodeo. Once out of college, I hope to train my own horses that I can professionally rodeo on. I also want to become a stock contractor, raising rough stock and timed event livestock. In the end, I just want to live a happy life doing what I love with the people I love!

Riata Goemmer
Public Relations


Izze Miller


Rilee Christensen

Jr. High Student Officer


2018-19 Miss Nevada High School Rodeo Queen, Izze Miller. Rodeo queening is a great opportunity to learn public speaking skills, preservation of western heritage, poise, and of course, have the opportunity to represent the state of Nevada at the National High School Finals Rodeo.The 2019-20 Miss Nevada High School Rodeo Queen Contest will take place at the 2019 Nevada High School State Finals, held in Las Vegas Nevada, May 24-28, 2019. Any questions can be directed to