St. Joseph school students hit bull's-eye


Grace Millard, a fourth-grader at St. Joseph’s Cathedral School, draws the bow and aims her shot as she and the rest of the archery team at the school practice in the gym for a national archery tournament this weekend in Louisville. To view this and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/pics.

Grace Millard, a fourth-grader at St. Joseph’s Cathedral School, draws the bow and aims her shot as she and the rest of the archery team at the school practice in the gym for a national archery tournament this weekend in Louisville. To view this and other photographs, please visit www.newstribune.com/pics. Photo by Stephen Brooks.

Madi Godsey was afraid she would not do well at archery last year. But with some coaxing from friends and family, she tried it and found she had a skill for it and liked it.

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Rachel Schulte digs her arrows out of the worn center of the target at St. Joseph.

“It’s one of the fastest growing programs,” said Joe Windisch, physical education teacher at St. Joseph Cathedral School.

And it’s a sport for everybody — all sizes, ages and abilities, Windisch said.

In its second year of including archery in its P.E. classes, St. Joseph is sending two teams to ....

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