OAKES, N.D. (NewsDakota.com)- 10 year old Braysen Sagert of Oakes fared quite well at the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) World Championships June 7-9 in Louisville, Kentucky.
The fourth-grader took third place in the elementary division of the Centershot Ministries World Tournament and sixth in the Ministries 3D World Tournament.
Sagert also finished sixth in the fourth grade division of the NASP World Tournament and was 11th among fourth-graders in the NASP World IBO 3D Challenge.
Sagert, who started shooting at age four, became the first archer from Oakes in the World Championships after qualifying at the NASP National Championship, also in Louisville, back in May.
(Photo courtesy of Oakes Archery Club Facebook Page)
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