Shooting for gold at Six Nations Fall Fair Archery Tourney

The Six Nations Fall Fair Archery competition was all about having fun while harnessing those skills and discovering that passion for archery. (Photo By Neil Becker)

By Neil Becker Sports Writer OHSWEKEN – Noro Squire has a simple strategy when shooting arrows. “I just tried to hit the center,” said 12 years-old Squire after placing first in his age category during the first ever Six Nations fall fair Archery Tournament. Competing on Saturday, September 7th at the Ohsweken track, Squire, who first started shooting at the age of three, shot 20 targets and ended up with the score of 58. “I just like shooting. It’s fun,” Squire said with a smile. “It’s all about fun.” Meanwhile taking home second place in her age division was 12-year-old Dawey Dale, who admitted she was pretty excited. “I scored a 56, and I’m just happy I placed. I was pretty excited especially because I’m part of the pageant. This…

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