Logan Reichwald, 12, wins at Bad to the Bone Ironman Bull Riding Event

Logan Reichwald, 12, a seventh-grade student a Cactus Canyon Junior High School, competed at the Sept. 30 Bad to the Bone Ironman Bull Riding Event in Whiteriver. Above he is on a bull named Grinch. Below he is on an unnamed bull.

Logan Reichwald, 12, of Apache Junction was at it again last weekend – this time in Whiteriver, Arizona – at the Bad to the Bone Ironman Bull Riding Event on Saturday, Sept. 30.

The Cactus Canyon Junior High School student was entered in two divisions: Peewee ages 13 and under and juniors ages 15 and under.

He won the peewee division, scoring a 67 and also winning his seventh buckle this year. He rode a bull named Grinch (black bull in pictures).

He had a great showing on his junior division bull, which was hot in the chute and had never had a rider on his back. He didn’t have a name yet.

Logan is getting prepared for his next junior-high rodeo, which will be held Oct. 21-22 in Wickenburg.

You can always catch him on Spear J Cattle Co.’s bulls Thursdays and Saturdays at the Hitching Post, 2341 N. Apache Trail in Apache Junction. Bucking starts at 8 p.m.

Editor’s note: Stacie Reichwald is an Apache Junction resident.

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