Spurs for Spikes
With no CNFR at the Events Center this morning and afternoon, participants traded in their spurs for spikes.
This is the third year CNFR has held a baseball game after slack.
The rest of the week is slow for most contestants, so they sometimes have trouble finding things to do in Casper.
Corey Ross, the organizer of the games who is also the preacher for CNFR families say this growing tradition offers the opportunity for CNFR participants to bond as well as relax before their big event.
The winning team takes home $500 and a national trophy.