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2018 N.D. 4-H Archery Match Winners Named

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A 4-H'er takes aim at a target during the 2018 North Dakota State 4-H Archery Championships. (NDSU photo) A 4-H'er takes aim at a target during the 2018 North Dakota State 4-H Archery Championships. (NDSU photo)
Four senior freestyle archers will advance to the 2019 4-H National Championships.

Archery teams from Grant, Wells, Ramsey, Steele/Traill and McIntosh counties placed first in their age and bow divisions at the North Dakota State 4-H Archery Championships held recently at the North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn.

Senior archers competed in 3-D, World Federation field archery and a half round of National Field Archery Association field archery to complete the 2018 4-H Championship Match. The cumulative scores of the top four archers in the three events determined if they qualified for the 2019 National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships in Grand Island, Neb.

The 4-H State Championship competition for all divisions was a 3-D match consisting of 30 targets with one arrow shot for a score on each target. In addition, youth in the senior freestyle division shot 40 arrows at 30, 40, 50 and 60 meters in the World Federation field archery and 40 arrows in National field archery competitions at various distances measured by yards.

The top four senior freestyle archers were:

  • First - ShiAnne Boehm, Morton County, with a score of 715
  • Second - Ethan Sprague, Stutsman County, with a score of 696
  • Third - Ethan Myers, Ward County, with a score of 676
  • Fourth - Ben Niemuth, Morton County, with a score of 660

They are eligible to advance as a team or individually to the 4-H National Championships in 2019.

Senior Barebow

The Grant County team of Isiah Cook, Sarah Cook, Madalynnh Sauter and Dixie Sauter took first place.

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Sabrina Dunlop, Rolette County, with a score of 237
  • Second - Isiah Cook, with a score of 171
  • Third - Halle Dunlop, Burleigh County, with a score of 150

Junior Freestyle

The Steele/Traill County team of Emma Gullicks, Devin Fulton and Mason Knudson placed first.

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Wyatt Dunlop, Rolette County, with a score of 254
  • Second - Teagan Erbele, Logan County, with a score of 244
  • Third - Trenton Erbele, Logan County, with a score of 243

Junior Recurve

Rebecca Morstad, Ramsey County, received first place with a score of 146.

Junior Barebow

The McIntosh County team of Kenady Gross, Kya Weist and Hailey Metzger placed first.

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Karissa Mann, Logan County, with a score of 207
  • Second - Wyatt Dunlop, Rolette County, with a score of 173

Beginner Freestyle

The Ramsey County team of Mathew Graue, Braxton Boline, Camilynne Walters and Brenner Wayman took first place.

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Zach Estenson, Cavalier County, with a score of 207
  • Second - Graue, with a score of 183
  • Third - Anja Schluchter, Pembina County, with a score of 174

Beginner Barebow

The Wells County team of Rebecca Copenhaver, Brody Jones, Westin Opdahl and Hanna Widicker took first place.

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Camden Weist, McIntosh County, with a score of 143
  • Second - Adam Orgaard, Oliver County, with a score of 142
  • Third - James Dahl, Emmons County, with a score of 132

Masters Division

The top individual scorers were:

  • First - Kail Larsen, Stark-Billings County, with a score of 821
  • Second - Chris Morstad, Ramsey County, with a score of 820
  • Third - Will Peckham, Stutsman County, with a score of 785

NDSU Agriculture Communication - June 29, 2018

Source:Adrian Biewer, 701-231-7251, adrian.biewer@ndsu.edu
Editor:Ellen Crawford, 701-231-5391, ellen.crawford@ndsu.edu
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