NJ State 4-H Archery Championship Is A Bullseye For Flemington Teen

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CLARK — The NJ State 4-H Archery Competition was held at Union County’s Oak Ridge Park archery range in Clark on Saturday, April 9. Teenagers came from 4-H Clubs in Hunterdon, Middlesex, Sussex and Union Counties to compete.

First place went to Jake Peterson of Flemington, second place to George Cooper of East Brunswick and third place to David Pinkerton, another Hunterdon County teen.

Union County’s archery range at Oak Ridge Park, in Clark, is one of the newest archery facilities in the tri-state region. With 22 lanes, archers can set targets anywhere from 10 to 90 meters, just over 100 yards

WAITING TO SEE…where his arrow would strike, Jake Peterson, of Flemington, looks downrange at Union County’s Oak Ridge Park Archery Range in Clark. Peterson, a member of the Hunterdon Deadeyes, took first place in the competition.

NO SHORTAGE OF BULLSEYES…for East Brunswick archer George Cooper, who took second place in the NJ state 4-H Archery competition held Saturday at Union County’s Oak Ridge Park Archery Range in Clark. Cooper is a member of the Middlesex County Sharpshooters.

CHECKING HIS SCORE…Archery judge Sherrie Peterson, of Flemington, records the score for George Cooper, one of 15 teenage archers to compete in the NJ state 4-H Archery competition.

SAVORING THE MOMENT…Andrew Hall, a three-year veteran of the Union County 4-H Archery Club, poses for a photograph showing off his bulls eye. Hall, who took 6th place, was one of 15 teen-age archers to compete in the NJ state 4-H Archery competition.

FROM ACROSS NORTH JERSEY…Members of 4H archery clubs from Hunterdon, Middlesex, Sussex and Union Counties unleashed their quivers at the annual NJ State 4-H Archery Competition.


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