Scholastic 3-D Archery has three coeducational competition levels. Elementary School for grades 3-5, Middle School for grades 6-8, and High School for grades 9-12. 3-D archery teams from eight states throughout the country competed in the tournament.
The team was initially formed during the 2013-2014 school year with the ultimate goal of competing at the regional and national level.
The team members began practicing for this tournament in February and have put in many hours of work to reach their goal.
Our archery team participated in both individual and team classifications as part of the Archery Shooters Association (ASA) tournament that was held in London, Kentucky. The team won national championships at the tournament, coming in first place at the elementary level and second place at the middle school level.
Our targets were stolen from our students right before they got to Nationals.
Students have the potential to earn college scholarships and expensive equipment while competing in these competitions. Now, our students are at a disadvantage because someone wanted to do a cruel deed to our students by stealing the targets from the school.
The team was initially formed with the ultimate goal of competing at the regional and national level. The team members began practicing for this tournament in February and have put in many hours of work to reach their goal. Money used for scholarships and travel costs will be taken away from our students without your help.
“The hard work and dedication of the team members and the coaches has been nothing short of phenomenal.”, stated our Headmaster. He went on to state, “This team exemplifies the excellence for which we strive in all things at at our school."
Please help us give back to the students what was so selfishly taken from them.
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