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SHADY POINT ARCHERY TAKES THIRD at WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP Featured

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Team members are Ayme Archer, Hayle Archer, Calie Barcheers, Brayli Beason, Paityn Beason, Sky Bluford, Jake Cauthen, Jonah Chamberlain, Sadie Deiter, Cadyn Hilton, Alivia Loggains, Ariana Loggains, Anistyn Marrow, Nathan McKinney, Abi Miller, Logan Miller, Abi Parker, Addison Parker, Hayden Shadwick, Haylee Shadwick, Harley Shipman, Mya Townley, Braxton Wiles, Jaxon Woodral, and Justice Woodral. Team members are Ayme Archer, Hayle Archer, Calie Barcheers, Brayli Beason, Paityn Beason, Sky Bluford, Jake Cauthen, Jonah Chamberlain, Sadie Deiter, Cadyn Hilton, Alivia Loggains, Ariana Loggains, Anistyn Marrow, Nathan McKinney, Abi Miller, Logan Miller, Abi Parker, Addison Parker, Hayden Shadwick, Haylee Shadwick, Harley Shipman, Mya Townley, Braxton Wiles, Jaxon Woodral, and Justice Woodral.

 

The Shady Point School archery team finished 3rd among 33 middle school teams competing at the NASP World Bullseye Championship held in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, June 10-12.

The team posted a school record score of 3,273.

Warrior Sadie Deiter finished in the Top Ten, 8th out of 320 middle school girls.

The Warriors also participated in the 3D Championship.

This was the first year the program has ever competed in this event.

They qualified for the 3D Championship in their first attempt and finished 9th in South Carolina out of 23 middle school teams.

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Five 5th graders travelled to the NASP Open, held the first day of the tournament, and competed individually in the elementary division.

77 bullseye teams and 63 3D teams from 33 states competed in the championships.

While a few other schools from Oklahoma sent individual archers, Shady Point was the only team representing our state.

“This team has worked hard all season. Their commitment is unmatched. We are very proud of these kids. This trip would not have been possible without the support of parents, the school, and the community. Thank you all for making this trip a reality,” said Hank Austin, coach.

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