CUMBERLAND, Miss. (WTVA) - Thirteen-year-old Colton Mewbourn is no stranger to high stakes competition.
Mewbourn has been riding bulls since the ripe old age of two.
The seventh-grader at East Webster Junior High will be the only bull rider representing Mississippi in June's National Junior High Finals Rodeo in Huron, South Dakota.
"It'll be a big opportunity for me to win the world championship and get to represent Mississippi well," said Mewbourn.
Mewbourn a three-time junior high state champion will give the opening prayer at June's rodeo.
"It's a great honor that I'll get to share around the world how I love Jesus Christ," said Mewbourn.
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