2nd Annual 4-Corners 3-D Archery Shoot in the Books

On Aug. 3 archery shooters of all ages attended the 4 Corners 3D Archery Shoot brought to you by Goods for the Woods and the Four Corners Chapter of SCI. This 2nd annual archery shoot was held at Goods for the Woods in Cortez, Co.

Two different courses were set for the archers to shoot. One, provided by Goods for the Woods spanned across the desert landscape, with targets scattered down a valley. The other course, provided by the producers of Mountain Archery Fest, went across the mesa and cliffs.

To try to beat the heat shooters headed out at 9 a.m. to shoot their first course of 20 targets. As they returned from their first-round they stopped to re-hydrate and fill their bellies. Lunch was provided by Deputy Dogs from Bayfield, Co. After lunch shooters headed back out for their second round of shooting on the second course. Once all of the archers finished both courses the scores were totaled and prizes were awarded to first-, second- and third-place finishers in six different categories.

A large raffle took place during awards and nearly everyone went home with some swag.

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