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This week, my column salutes local youth Clay Adams.
Adams is a sophomore this year and last school year, ignited a spark that changed his orbit.
In Asset language, a spark is a hobby or passion, the thing that makes your life worth living and brings you joy.
Last winter another local youth, Trae Randolph, taught Adams how to ride bulls — and so it began.
Adams traveled to rodeos with Randolph, riding when he could and spending time in Jal, N.M. with his father James, indulging in bull riding whenever he had the chance.
Adams utilized the help of his brother Clint, to bull his rope, adding to his skill set and learning as he went.
As the family of a wrestler, one is accustomed to driving far, watching a very quick match and then sitting for a long period of time between matches. You just learn to cheer for everyone on the team or find some other way to pass the time.
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