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September 18, 2013

Archery competition winners announced


The Rogers County Free Fair Archery competition was Sept. 13 in the covered horse arena. 
Beginning with the genesis Class, Junior Division, 1st place honors were given to Zach Perry, with 2nd place going to Wade Jacobs. 
Lucas Rumsey won 1st place; Zane Scrivener, 2nd, Justin Stimpson, 3rd, Tanner Grubbs, 4th, and Jason Wiroll 5th in the Intermediate Division.
For the Senior Class, Morgan Murray took 1st; Blaine McKenney, 2nd, Cassidy McDaniel, 3rd, Sara Hall, 4th, and Derrek DeVore finished 5th.
Rachell Yewll won 1st place in the Junior Compound Division, with Dawson Cooper taking 2nd, Travis Davis in 3rd, Mason Robinson in 4th and Kallen Piotter winning 5th.
In the Intermediate Division, Wyatt Most was 1st; Cristin Rudolph, 2nd, Braden Lamb, 3rd, Tanner Grubbs 4th, and Jesse Rader, 5th. Winning 1st place for the Seniors was Chance Rudolph, Cassidy McDaniel took 2nd, Katrina Brouse won 3rd, and Jesse Carlson rounded off the Compound Class with 4th.
Finally, in the Recuve Class, Junior Division, Keirsten Piotter won 1st place; Kallen Piotter was 2nd, and Holly McKenzie got 3rd. 
For the Intermediate Class, Jason Wiroll took 1st; Clay Moers, 2nd, Brayden Lamb, 3rd, Garrett Hoffman, 4th, and Sierrah Lujan, 5th. 
Senior Division Recurve was won by Katrina Brouse, with Hannah Moers in 2nd place, and Jesse Carlson taking 3rd.
Range Commanders were Merle Smith for the Genesis Class, and Daniel McDaniel for the Compound and Recurve Classes.
The archery competition, sponsored by the Rogers County Fair Board, is open to youths nine to 19, and pays premiums to those placing first through fifth in each division.

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