HELENA — At just 13 and 14 years old, Helena sibling duo Jackson and Anna Speeg are taking the world of archery by storm.
Over the weekend the pair traveled to Butte for the state field tournament where they both took first place in their respective youth divisions; Tana, in youth female freestyle, and Jackson in youth male bowhunter freestyle.
Prior to the state field win, the siblings took first place at both state indoor and state target. All three competitions are sanctioned by the National Field Archers Association (NFAA). Since they won all three NFAA competitions, they are now the State All-Around champions.
July 30, they took on the Montana State S3DA 3D and Target Championships. Tana took first in her 3D division and won highest scorer out of all the shooters. She then took second in the target shoot.
As for her younger brother Jackson, he took first in both his 3D division and target division.
You can see Tanaand Jackson's performances on Bowscore.com.
Editors Note: This article has been updated with the most recent competitions the Speeg siblings have placed in.