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Gator's not real, but archer is

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Adam Bedont of Price draws a bead on a 3-D target alligator during national archery competition in San Antonio. Bedont placed 9th in this phase of competition and 10th overall in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Invitational. He qualified by winning first place in both shotgun and archery in the state contest last year in Logan. Bedont chose archery for the invitational because he was limited to only one specialty. The 18-year-old Carbon High graduate has been shooting shotgun for 10 years and only began archery four years ago. At right, he is flanked by 4H advisers J.J. and Tammy Price and his father, Paul Bedont.

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