Among the entrants in the N.C. Bowhunters Association Bowhunter/Archery Challenge 3-D Shoot at the 37th Dixie Deer Classic on March 3-5, 2017, will be Culli Cain, 11, of Raleigh who often shoots longer archery courses. He is pictured last year navigating the tight 3-D course in the Kerr Scott Building at the State Fairgrounds.
Among the entrants in the N.C. Bowhunters Association Bowhunter/Archery Challenge 3-D Shoot at the 37th Dixie Deer Classic on March 3-5, 2017, will be Culli Cain, 11, of Raleigh who often shoots longer archery courses. He is pictured last year navigating the tight 3-D course in the Kerr Scott Building at the State Fairgrounds. Teri Boggess
Among the entrants in the N.C. Bowhunters Association Bowhunter/Archery Challenge 3-D Shoot at the 37th Dixie Deer Classic on March 3-5, 2017, will be Culli Cain, 11, of Raleigh who often shoots longer archery courses. He is pictured last year navigating the tight 3-D course in the Kerr Scott Building at the State Fairgrounds. Teri Boggess

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