Dakota Wesleyan senior Raeanne Klein, a native of Gregory, wont he world indoor championship in the freestyle division last Sunday afternoon in Yankton. After the first day of competition on Friday, Klein was tied for first with Spain’s Lorena Monzon after both competitors shot a 297 out of 300. On the second day both archers shot 298. But on the third and final day, Klein shot a perfect 300 to pull ahead of Monzon who shot a 299. Melinda Steinman of South Africa took third. Up next for Klein is the Collegiate National Outdoor Championships at Southern Utah University in Cedar City, Utah.
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