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Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program

Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program

Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

HOT SPRINGS, AR --(Ammoland.com)-  The Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program – part of the National Archery in the Schools Program – held its state tournament March 15-16 at Summit Arena in Hot Springs. More than 2,000 kids from 125 Arkansas schools competed.

The archery program involves students beginning in the fourth grade continuing through their high school senior year. Students learn archery skills, as well as an outdoor hobby they may enjoy for the rest of their lives.

Results of the tournament were:

Top Ten Teams by Total Score
Elementary School

1. Eagle Mountain Magnet, 3231
2. Team Eagle Archers, 3127
3. Hillcrest Elementary Screamin’ Eagles, 3061
4. Sulphur Rock Magnet Archery, 3059
5. Pottsville Middle Grades, 2996
6. Blevins Elementary Hornets, 2992
7. Butterfield Broncos, 2983
8. Valley View Intermediate Blazers, 2977
9. Central Magnet Math/Science, 2928
10. Brookland Elementary Bearcats, 2920

Middle School

1. Batesville Junior High Pioneers, 3243
2. GCT Eagle Archers, 3179
3. Glen Rose Middle School Archery, 3140
4. Acorn Tigers, 3085
5. Mann Middle Bearcats, 3077
6. Bergman Panthers, 3058
7. Barton Archery Team, 3046
8. Hamburg Middle School Archery, 3038
9. Pottsville Junior High, 3022
10. Perryville Mustangs, 2992

High School

1. Hamburg High Archery, 3336
2. Bergman Panthers, 3238
3. Oden Timberwolves, 3232
4. Batesville High School Pioneers, 3201
5. De Queen High School, 3191
6. McGehee High School, 3169
7. Brookland High School Bearcats, 3160
8. Arkansas Baptist High School, 3129
9. Jasper High School District, 3126
10. Perryville Mustangs, 3050

For a complete list of winners, go to: http://www.agfc.com/education/Pages/EducationProgramsANASPwinners.aspx.

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