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“Alright, get to your stations!” called Jason Verkey.

The physical education teacher at the Clyde-Savannah Central School District supervised a group of sixth-grade boys in their second archery lesson of the year last week. While it was overcast with a light sprinkle, the students grinned as they left a small shed where the bows and arrows are kept, and lined up in front of several targets.

“Remember, you’re bringing it to your nose,” Verkey said. “Look down the tip and to the yellow!” And while some did as they were told, some were too busy comparing each other’s bows.

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