Since 1992, Sisters Rodeo Association has granted hundreds of thousands of dollars in college scholarships to Sisters High School graduates.

In 2024 the Sisters Rodeo Association is expanding the number of scholarships offered and will be accepting applications from high school students in Sisters, Prineville, Redmond, Madras and Bend-LaPine and from college freshmen who graduated from eligible high schools.

Sisters High School students interested in applying must apply through our partner Sisters GRO (DO NOT use the attached application). For more information go to: or contact them at

Students from Prineville, Redmond, Madras and the Bend-LaPine school districts and college freshmen who graduated from eligible high schools must complete an application (available through their schools and attached below) and return the competed application by February 29, 2024, by email to or by mail: Sisters Rodeo Association, Attn: Scholarship Committee, PO Box 1018, Sisters, OR 97759.




A Redmond High School student with extensive experience in Future Farmers of America (FFA) and the cattle industry. She has served as president of the Redmond FFA chapter, head of the FFA Beef Barn, and member of the Tri-County Cattlewomen Association. She works for ranch and cattle companies and has led cattle clinics. In addition, she is a member of the National Honor Society, captain of the varsity basketball team, volunteers, and has received numerous awards for academics, agriculture, and athletics. Carson plans to attend Colorado State University to study animal science and agribusiness with the goal of furthering technological advancements in the cattle industry.


Attends Klamath Community College and is majoring in agriculture science. Her goal is to focus on animal science to become a large animal vet. She has a long history of participating in 4-H, FFA (serving as the Redmond chapter president and district secretary), and is currently the treasurer of the Klamath CC Agriculture Club. In addition to her stellar GPA and many agriculture awards, she has tutored/mentored agricultural youth and volunteered to help fire victims and those in need. She is a graduate of Redmond High School.


A La Pine High School student, active in high school rodeo (placing second in state for steer wrestling) and 4-H. Cache plans to compete in college rodeo, including steer wrestling, team roping, and tie-down. In addition to rodeo, he participates in other high school sports (placing second in state for wrestling), does ranch work (including horse shoeing and hay crew), volunteers, and is an honor roll student with perfect attendance. He plans to attend Feather River College, majoring in agribusiness with the goal of owning a stock contracting and ranching business.


Attends Sisters High School and participates in Project Unified, sports (team captain of the varsity basketball team, and member of the state champion track and volleyball teams), student government, and serves as an intern for Interdisciplinary Environmental Education leading student backpacking and rafting expeditions. In addition, she has a top GPA, is a Life Skills mentor, and has participated in 4-H. Ila plans to attend Oregon State University (Honors Program) and major in Environmental Science or Environmental Engineering.


A Redmond High School student and is active in FFA, Tri-County Cattlewomen Association, owns a registered Red Angus herd, works as a ranch hand, participates in rodeo support, and plays varsity soccer (team captain) and varsity tennis. Grace has served as an FFA officer and led cattle clinics. In addition, she is a member of the National Honor Society and engages in volunteer service. She plans to attend Colorado State University to major in animal science and minor in agribusiness to work in the beef industry.


Attends Sisters High School and is an accomplished equestrian with interests that include barrel racing, gymkhana events, and her all-time favorite – mounted shooting. In addition to her dedication to horsemanship, she has worked at a veterinarian’s office for the past two years and also cares for livestock. She is captain of the lacrosse team, plays varsity soccer, and gives 110% to all she does. Madison plans to attend Boise State University, and her career aspirations include human and veterinary health.



Brody Duey is well known as an athlete at Sisters High, taking part in sports every season during high school including football, baseball, skiing and basketball, while maintaining a 3.8 grade point average. His teachers describe him as a hard working student who is an upstanding citizen and a pleasure to work with. Brody plans to attend OSU to major in Business and Forestry.


Adelyn Kroytz aka Addie is described as very creative and artistically talented and has amazing ideas. She is a young woman with grit and stamina who lights up the room with her smile. Addie has been involved with the art program, served as an intern for the Middle School ECOS program, taken part in 4-H and IEE and volunteers with Wyldlife. Addie will attend COCC to begin her degree toward becoming an Elementary School Teacher.


Director Rodger Dwight

Josie Berg                     Payden Petterson                        Jaxon Berry


Cesar Rodriguez

Active in Habitat for Humanity
College: Central Oregon Community College, majoring in Nursing

Madeline Busick

Hobbies/sports: cheerleader, involved in sports and music camps
College: Central Oregon Community College, majoring in Nursing

Anessa Stotts

Hobbies/sports: Loves the outdoors, Captain of the softball team, played volleyball, martial arts as a black belt. Volunteered in the Sisters Soup Kitchen.
College: Bushnell University I will be playing sand volleyball for their team. Majoring in Education or biology.
Career goals: To become an elementary school teacher and maybe travel to teach internationally.


Amanda Ehrlich

My name is Amanda Ehrlich. During my high school career I was a member of the yearbook staff and a tutor for underclassmen. I currently attend Central Oregon Community College working towards my transfer degree in Chemistry. My plan is to attend Oregon State University to complete my degree and become a Forensic Technician. I want to thank the Sisters Rodeo for their support in helping me obtain my career goal.

Charmayne Owens

Gracen Sundstrom

My name is Gracen Sundstrom! In high school I participated in sports including; Soccer, Basketball, and Track. I was involved in Key Club and helped run different faith based groups. I am currently finishing my Associates degree at Central Oregon Community College with my studies of focus in Pre-Med. During my senior year I was able to take college classes to give me a head start with my college studies with the support of the Oregon Promise program. Due to this financial support I am able to finish my AA degree with no debt. I currently work at Dutch Bros while going to college and I love my job! My plan is to transfer to Grand Canyon University in Arizona and complete my Bachelor’s degree and hopefully continue to work at a Dutch Bros. My goal is to obtain a career in the Medical Field and Management.


Tyrell Beatty

Amy Hills

Abigail Busick


Eryn Ricker

Samuel Mitchell

Cierra Haken


Ashley Adams

Chelsea Tosello

Logan Miller

We wish each of our graduating seniors the best of luck as they follow the hopes and dreams of their future.
In addition to providing support to our local students we are proud to offer an educational scholarship to our reigning Queen each year.
The Sally Leavitt Scholarship is awarded to any school of the young ladies choosing on behalf of past rodeo member and late wife of our Past Arena Director John Leavitt.