Youth archers test skills

Youth archers take a break from the Archery Challenge course
Alejandrea and Avory France go after an aerial target
Cub Archer Dominique Rael
Jack Frost shows how to get consistently high scores
Younger archers draw back
Dominique Rael, Tauri Raines, Kayli Stiles-Smith and Marcus Archuleta
Youth archers take a break from the Archery Challenge course with a life-sized 3D bull elk on Saturday, Aug. 3 at the Lake Capote campground.
Alejandrea and Avory France go after an aerial target from the launcher. Avory won this contest.
Cub Archer Dominique Rael shows off her winning form on the 3D shoot.
Jack Frost shows how to get consistently high scores on the 3D shoot.
Younger archers draw back for the long-distance shoot at the elk target.
Dominique Rael, Tauri Raines, Kayli Stiles-Smith and Marcus Archuleta show SUPD Community Resource Officer Don Folsom how to score a raccoon target.
Nancy Folsom
Nancy Folsom
Nancy Folsom
Nancy Folsom
Nancy Folsom
Nancy Folsom

Archers from 6 to 16 years old camped out during the annual Archery Challenge at Lake Capote and took part in the traditional recurve archery event Aug. 3 and 4. Nine years of competition have been supported by the Southern Ute Police Department and the SunUte Community Center to help keep Southern Ute youth on target.

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