Baylee, 6, (left) and Lacee, 8, draw their bows alongside their mother, Melodie Polsgrove inside Impact Archery in Clovis. The girls have been shooting for nine months, while their mother took up the sport at the beginning of the year.
Baylee, 6, (left) and Lacee, 8, draw their bows alongside their mother, Melodie Polsgrove inside Impact Archery in Clovis. The girls have been shooting for nine months, while their mother took up the sport at the beginning of the year. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent
Baylee, 6, (left) and Lacee, 8, draw their bows alongside their mother, Melodie Polsgrove inside Impact Archery in Clovis. The girls have been shooting for nine months, while their mother took up the sport at the beginning of the year. Farin Montañez/The Clovis Independent

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