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2019 N.D. 4-H Archery Match Winners Named

Archery teams from McIntosh, Morton, Steele-Traill, Stark-Billings and Ramsey counties were awarded first place in their age and bow style division at the North Dakota State 4-H Archery Championships held at the North Dakota 4-H Camp near Washburn.

Senior archers were required to participate in 3-D, World Federation Field Archery and a half-field round of National Federation Archery Association archery. The individuals' cumulative scores from the three events placed the top four archers in the 2020 4-H National Shooting Sports Championships in Grand Island, Neb.


The 3-D archery event consisted of barebow and freestyle divisions. Participants scored 30 3-D animal targets at unknown distances, with one arrow shot at each for a complete round and total score of 300. Seniors shot a maximum of 50 yard-marked distances in field archery. The total score for field archery is 200.


The World Federation field archery course had four shooting distances marked from 30 to 60 meters, with a total score of 400. Beginner and junior archers participated in 3-D with an option to compete in the World Federation archery contest. None of the North Dakota teams competed in the World Federation match.


The top qualifying four seniors and team to represent North Dakota at the National Championships were:


* Brady Sand, Steele-Traill County, with a score of 779


* Tyler Brusseau, Stark-Billings County, with a score of 770


* Layne Larson, Morton County, with a score of 753


* Laryn Dees, Williams County, with a score of 727


* Alternate - Lane Ewald, Stark-Billings County, with a score of 705


The Stark-Billings County team placed first in senior freestyle. Team members were Brusseau, Maddox Ewald, Lane Ewald and Taik Larsen.

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