A Bowhunting.net ‘Congratulations and Good Luck’ go out to 12 year old Alexis Seibert of Joelton, TN. An archer since the tender age of 4, Alexis is currently being coached through the ASA Program and is in training to compete in the upcoming ASA Classic Competition in Georgia next August. Alexis’ coaches’ wife won the women’s class last year and all eyes are on Alexis to win her class this year.
Alexis with just some of her archery winnings
Alexis has been wowing the crowds and the competition and has the trophies and medals to prove her expertise with bow and arrow. Fitting for a young star on the rise, Alexis has been featured on TV and magazines such as Bucks, Ducks & more and is scheduled for another television appearance on a Tennessee show. This year she will also be shooting in the Saint Jude Hospital Charity Turkey Hunt.
Her father Jamison Seibert has made it clear that one of the major reasons for Alexis shooting so well is her change from a standard peep sight to the HindSight. He has advised this single move in equipment has taken her to a new level of accuracy. She loves the Hind Sight ‘Eclipse’ model for targets but uses the Hind Sight ‘Equalizer’ for hunting along with the new front sight from Carolina Archery, newly acquired by Escalade Archery.
Her family and friends, including Don Priebe President of Hind Sight are really excited over the archery future for Alexis. Her Dad summed it up best: “We really feel like the easier you make it on young archers the more likely they are going to stick with it. The Hind Sight is one of the few products that allow this to happen for a youngster.