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*A New Era in Archery Tournaments...
The NASP® e-Championship

 

The new format we will be using allows 100% of NASP® students to participate in a worldwide online competitive event. Our goal for this tournament is to get 100% instructor, schools, and student participating, so please do your part and register your team(s)! Here are a few details:

 Thanks to our partners at Outdoor Roadmap, scores, progress and rankings will be presented in an all-new, feature-rich, pro sports-like application on the Outdoor Roadmap web site:

Archers can view how their team, school, and individual scores compare against NASP® students worldwide!

Winners will receive great team prizes, including more than $70,000 in scholarships and NASP® equipment

We will be awarding weekly sweepstakes winners for participating instructors and students for prizes like bows, arrows and uniforms for your school program.

Instructors can enter a sweepstakes for a new school kit worth more than $3500

Format Overview: 

  • Enter your team once per week. Your archers will shoot 15 arrows @10 meters and 15 arrows @15 meters to qualify. Format as follows:
    • 10 Meters: 5 arrows for practice, three 5 arrow ends (15 arrows) for score.
    • 15 Meters: 5 arrows for practice, three 5 arrow ends (15 arrows) for score.
    • This is the same format used at NASP® state, national, and world tournaments
  • Also new this year: We will name the first, NASP® All-American Team, 16 archers consisting of the overall top five finishing girls, overall top five finishing boys and the next six top finishing archers registered in the e-Championship.
Important: You must sign-up at nasp.outdoorroadmap.com to be eligible for the e-Championship prizes.

View results and win prizes at
nasp.outdoorroadmap.com.

Week 2 scores:
Grade/Name                    score/# of 10s
10th/Chris Reynolds           270/8
12th/Tim Hardick               258/6
11th/Justin Schmidt            241/7
11th/Jordan Johnson          233/6
10th/Robert Root                230/4
9th/Patrick Irwin                229/1
10th/Mark McCaslin          224/3
12th/Carson McKinstry     215/5
9th/Mia Booker                  214/2
12th/Isaac McCaslin          200/1
9th/Blake Bauer                 185/2
10th/Hunt Swisher              182/-
9th/Geoffrey Barbour         164/2
11th/Gracie Kitzel              162/4
10th/Jonathan Conley        145/3
9th/Jamie Buckelew           116/-
11th/Wesley Tomlin             81/- 

Week 3:
Grade/Name                    score/# of 10s
11th/Justin Schmidt           220/5
12th/ Isaac McCaslin        209/3
10th/Robert Root              200/2
11th/Erica King                 184/1
10th/ Chris Reynolds        178/4
9th/Jamie Buckelew          174/2
10th/Sara Isusi                  164/-
9th/Blake Bauer                125/1
12th/Carson McKinstry    122/2
11th/Jordan Johnson         120/2
9th/Patrick Irwin                115/1
11th/Wesley Tomlin            80/- 

 *TROSPER TRASHY TRAD

 MARCH 3rd & 4th

 LOCATION: TROSPER ARCERY RANGE

25 TARGET RANGE (NEW McKENZIE’S)

BOOKS OPEN 8:00 BOTH DAYS BOOKS CLOSE : 3:00 ON SAT. AND 1:00 ON SUN.

SHOOT DOWN ON SUNDAY!

(SHOOT DOWN IN ANY CLASS WITH 20 OR MORE IN THE CLASS)

 GUARANTEED $75.00 1st PLACE MONEY ALONG WITH 50% PAYBACK

 (PLACES PAID DETERMINED BY NUMBER OF SHOOTERS IN A CLASS)

BLACK WIDOW BOW GIVEAWAY!

NOVELTY SHOOTS FOR CASH

DRAWING FOR DOOR PRIZES

VENDORS ON SITE

EVERY PAID ROUND GETS YOU IN THE DRAWING FOR THE BOW AND DOOR PRIZES.

SHOOT AS MANY AS YOU WANT. MUST BE PRESENT TO WIN

ENTRY FEES AND CLASSES

ADULTS $20.00 FOR SCORING AND $10.00 FUN ROUNDS

YOUTH (13-15) $10.00 SCORING AND $5.00 FUN ROUNDS -KIDS 12&UNDER ARE FREE

 ADULT- MALE AND FEMALE 16 AND UP

SELFBOW / WOOD ARROWS

LONGBOW / WOOD ARROWS

MODERN LONGBOW / ANY ARROW

RECURVE / ANY ARROWS

ONLY ONE SCORING ROUND PER CLASS.

MONEY STAKE WITH 75% PAYBACK ENTRY FEE $25.00

 YOUTH (13-15) AND CUB (12-UNDER) BOYS AND GIRLS

ANY TRAD. BOW / ANY ARR0W

RANGE IS LOCATED ½ A MILE EAST OF I-35 AT 2201 SE GRAND BLVD.

GPS Coordinates: 35.4317ºN, 97.4742ºW

ANY QUESTIONS CALL RANDY CALLISON AT 405-863-4823 OR RANDY DEHNE AT 405-640-9874

CONCESSIONS WILL BE AVALIBLE ON SITE

PAST NEWS

*HCP Archery Marksmen
Go online this weekend and review the Hunter Safety Education on the Wildlife Department site:
http://wildlifedepartment.com/education/homestudy.htm
 

*ANNUAL OUTDOOR WRITING CONTEST
Entries for the outdoor writing contest for Oklahoma students.
One boy and one girl, ages 15 to 17, will win a guided antelope hunt in New Mexico.
Students, ages 11 to 14, will be competing for a scholarship within the Apprentice Hunter Program at the YO Ranch in Mountain Home, Texas.
Students must write an essay using the theme
"Hunting: Sharing the Heritage"
or
"Archery: What I like about Archery in the Schools and Bowhunting".
The writing contest is open to any student enrolled in an Oklahoma school or home school.
Applicants also must have successfully completed a hunter education course by the deadline of the contest.
Essays must be postmarked no later than Friday,  Nov. 18, 2011 and mailed or delivered in person to the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's office in Jenks, 201 Aquarium Dr.
Mailed entries should be addressed to Essay Contest, Attn: Education Section Supervisor, ODWC Jenks Office, P.O. Box 1201, Jenks, OK 74037.
The contest is sponsored by the Wildlife Department and the Oklahoma Chapter of Safari Club International
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