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Hart wins high school bullseye

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Ely’s Sabrah Hart was first among high school girls and second overall at the regional bullseye tournament held March 16 at Greenway High School.

Hart was second overall in the event and four of Ely’s End of the Road Archers made the overall top-10 at an event that attracted about 400 archers from 17 schools.

Ely’s Talan Hart was third overall, with Cylvia DeBeltz in seventh place and Laydan Hart in eighth place.

Both DeBeltz and Hunter Kosinski shot perfect 50s during the day, and Ely collected its most medals for a single bullseye tournament with seven overall.

In addition, seven Ely archers scored their personal best with two other making the top-10 of their respective division.

Sabrah Hart won the high school girls title with a score of 287, while Talan Hart took second among middle school boys at 286.

Getting thirds were DeBeltz (282, high school girls) and Laydan Hart (282, middle school boys), as well as Elam Moran (246, fourth grade boys).

Aspen MacCoy shot a 250 to place fourth in the fifth grade girls division, and Ari Hart was fifth in the fourth grade boys contingent.

Coming home with eighth-place finishes were Hayden Weidemann (271, middle school boys) and Payson Kundinger (266, middle school girls).

Personal bests for the day went to Ari Hart, Sabrah Hart, Talan Hart, Moran, Kosinski, Sawyer Kannas and Charlie Hway.

This weekend the Ely group will travel to Rochester for the state tournament in both bullseye and 3D, as 27 Ely archers will be participating.

At state, archers compete at the division level (high, middle, elementary). Elementary medaling is no longer broken down by grade.

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