Exceptional choice: Blankenship thought about not competing to winning a championship
Before the start of the North Dakota High School rodeo season, Killdeer's Riley Blankenship had thoughts about not competing at all.
He was going to focus on making money at professional bull riding events.
All it took was a little push from Dunn Center's Jake Benson for Blankenship to commit to the high school rodeo season.
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