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Mains places well in field of 660 archers



ON TARGET: Cameron Mains lets an arrow fly at the National Shooting Championships for 4-H Compound Archery.

Some 660 participants from across 36 states participated in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships the week of June 22-28. Goldendale senior 4-H shooter Cameron Mains was part of the Washington State team that traveled to Grand Island, Nebraska, to compete against the best compound bow archers in the country for the top spot.

Mains qualified for Nationals last spring at the 4-H state competition in Eatonville, Washington. He represented the local 4-H club, Goldendale Archery Sharpshooters led by Bill Campbell. The club helped him fundraise to attend the event in the Midwest, and he also had support from the Klickitat County 4-H Leaders Council.

The weeklong event starts with an...

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