At halftime Bethel's Elijah Bell walks to the locker room during the football game at Armijo High School in Fairfield, Calif.
Jordan Bell celebrates with fans during the Warriors 2018 Championship Parade in downtown Oakland, Calif.
Zane Forster of Richardton, N.D., hangs onto his horse in the bareback riding event during the Days of ‘76 Rodeo in Deadwood, S.D.
Gerald Washington, right, punches Nagy Aguilera during their bout at the Allan Witt Sports Center in Fairfield, Calif.
Spencer Egemo, 11, collects himself before the second round of his bout against Ben Janis, 10, during the Junior Olympics Boxing Tournament at the Rapid City Youth Boxing Center.
Heather Fulton of Missouri State University dives during the Women's 3M Championship at the University of Missouri in Columbia, Mo.
From left, Kellen Vanderpool, Milton Cotton, Trevor Tibbetts and Justin Robertson battle for the ball during a Cowboy Polo game at the Kammerer Ranch in Rapid City, S.D.
Ventura Penaloza, left, shoots the ball while playing a pickup basketball game with Claudia Vera at Allan Witt Park in Fairfield, Calif. Penaloza and Vera said they do not compete on the court but made an exception on a whim.
Dezi Boes, right, tackles Alina Castillo as coach Pete Leonard looks on during a Dixon Rugby Football Club girls varsity gold team practice at Hall Park in Dixon, Calif. "The girls are aggressive on the field," Leonard said. "But once the match is over with, everyone is one big, happy family."
Referees Paul DePuydt, top left, and Tim Swiader, bottom left, break up a fight between Laredo’s Justin Styffe, top right, and Rapid City’s Kevin Harvey, bottom right, during a CHL hockey game at the Rushmore Plaza Civic Center in Rapid City, S.D.
Ramiro Mora as Payaso Del Rodeo, left, and Espectro Segundo lay on the ground after taking their bout outside the ring during a Lucha Libre match at the SuperSports Academy in Fairfield, Calif. Mora's persona is The Clown Royal. He is a painter by day and fell in love with the sport as a youth in Mexico City. He started to train at 14 in Guadalajara and his first match was at 16. The married father of four hopes to open his own school to train future luchadores.
Vanden High School head coaches Allison Johnson, center, and Jake Johnson, top left, celebrate with the players after winning the Sac-Joaquin Section girls’ Division III championship against Rio Linda High School at Sleep Train Arena in Sacramento, Calif.
Tomas “El Charro” Garcilazo performs a rope trick during his "La Charreria" Silver Rodeo Tour performance at the Black Hills Stock Show and Rodeo in Rapid City, S.D. “I like to watch when I do something flashy or spectacular, to look all the way to the top of the bleachers, to every single kid, to every single person, and make sure we’re connecting and that they’re giving me part of themselves," Garcilazo, a Mexico City native who became a naturalized U.S. citizen, said. "I take that reaction with a lot of pride.”