Multiple accomplishments made at 4-H archery match in Edgeley

Submitted Photo Ethan Myers, Minot, lines up to his target at the South Central District Archery Match held in Edgeley.

Eleven Ward County 4-H members competed in the South Central District Archery Match in Edgeley at the Edgeley National Guard Armory on March 30.

Categories are split by age and type of bow. Age categories are Beginner, 8 to 10; Junior, 11 to 13; and Senior, 14 to 18. There are two types of bows, barebow and freestyle. Barebows have no sights or releases. If a bow has either a sight or release, it falls into the freestyle category. There is one class of Masters for those who are at least 14 years old and have already competed at the national contest.

Receiving second place in the Masters division was Ethan Myers, Minot, with a score of 298. Myers was the only competitor from Ward County in the Masters division.

Competing in the Senior Freestyle division were Tate Novodvorsky, Douglas; Sarah Potts, Minot; and Kaden Korgel, Minot. Combining the score of all three contestants allowed them to win the Senior Freestyle division. Individually, Novodvorsky placed second.

In the Senior Barebow division, Ward County was represented by Novodvorsky, Myers, and Korgel. Novodvorsky placed second overall with a score of 270.

Submitted Photo Ward County 4-H members taking part in the South Central District Archery Match include, from left to right, Elizabeth Michel, Tate Novodvorksy, Kaden Korgel, Karter Myers and Ethan Myers.

Junior Freestyle division contestants included Karter Myers, Minot; Miranda Novodvorsky, Douglas; Jacob Saunders, Minot; Teagan Strilcov, Minot; and Layne Korgel, Minot. Individually, Myers received third place.

Competing in Junior Barebow were Elizabeth Michel, Berthold; Miranda Novodvorsky; Layne Korgel; and Karter Myers.

Representing Ward County in Beginner Barebow was Ryia Beeter, Minot.


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