Arkansas Students Compete in National Archery Tournament

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Arkansas students compete in national archery tournament
Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
Arkansas Game & Fish Commission

Arkansas -(Ammoland.com)- Students from Arkansas recently competed in the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament in Louisville, KY.

The top finisher from Arkansas was an individual score of 295 out of 300 possible for Brody Webb from Acorn High School.
Webb was the top 7th grade male shooter (out of 888 shooters) and overall placed 4th place (out of 2,567 shooters) in the middle school division.
Kayla Jones from Cabot Junior High South was the top 7th grade girl (out of 720 shooters) and finished 7th overall (out of 2,191 shooters) for the girls middle school division.
Over 1,600 of Arkansas’s best young
archers competed in the Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament held in March. More than 8,000 fans were on hand for the two-day competition. ANASP is part of the National Archery in the Schools Program and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Education Division.
The archery program involves students beginning in the fourth grade and 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. The statewide program involves more than 4,500 kids from more than 250 schools.
Several other Arkansas students finished in the top 50 and top 100 national spots individually. Hillcrest Middle School was the highest finishing Arkansas school with a 15th place finish in the middle school division.
Webb was the top 7th grade male shooter (out of 888 shooters) and overall placed 4th place (out of 2,567 shooters) in the middle school division.
Kayla Jones from Cabot Junior High South was the top 7th grade girl (out of 720 shooters) and finished 7th overall (out of 2,191 shooters) for the girls middle school division.
Over 1,600 of Arkansas’s best young
archers competed in the Arkansas National Archery in the Schools Program state tournament held in March. More than 8,000 fans were on hand for the two-day competition. ANASP is part of the National Archery in the Schools Program and the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s Education Division.
The archery program involves students beginning in the fourth grade and 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. The statewide program involves more than 4,500 kids from more than 250 schools.
Several other Arkansas students finished in the top 50 and top 100 national spots individually. Hillcrest Middle School was the highest finishing Arkansas school with a 15th place finish in the middle school division.
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