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By Gini Davis
Senior Staff Writer 

Rope. Dance. Demolish. All in a day's work for Bones


July 25, 2019

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Levi Bones, a 2019 Creswell graduate and CHS equestrian team member, ropes a calf in just 4.863 seconds, the fastest catch of the day in Breakaway Roping while competing in the regional Pacific Northwest Invitational Championship, held June 14-16 in Redmond.

Just give Levi Bones something active to do, whether constructive or "deconstructive," and he's happy. The 2019 Creswell High School grad, who turned 18 on July 6, is spending his summer expanding his competitive steer roping skills, bucking hay, working hard and playing hard – and soon he'll begin doing interior demolition for Staton Companies.

But it's the roping in particular and equestrian competition in general that have captured Bones' interest and much of his time over the past few years – ever since older sister Devin bought a horse when Bones was entering his sophomore year.


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