Almost 10,000 arrows shot at 3rd annual Wm E Hay Nockbuster winter shoot

Both junior and senior high Stettler Nockbuster teams placed first

Close to over 10,000 arrows were shot this past weekend at the 3rd annual Wm E Hay Nockbuster winter shoot.

Both the junior and senior high Nockbuster Archery teams placed first at the tournament. Over 330 archers and 11 schools were registered, Stettler, Castor, Ardrossan, Cessford, Sedgewick, Hanna, Wetaskwin, Smoky Lake, Youngstown and Unity, Saskatchewan.

Individual Results as follows:

Deacon Barclay 1st Gr. 7 Boys, Hayley Sales 3rd Gr. 7 Girls,

Alex Neale 3rd Gr. 8 boys, Kristine Miller 2nd Gr. 8 girls,

Owen McClung 1st Gr. 9 boys, Isaac Deaver 3rd

Evie Blake 1st Gr. 9 girls, Katlyne Glasier 3rd

Nick Deaver 1st Gr. 10 boys, Ryan Yates 2nd

Olivia VanStraten 2nd Gr. 10 girls, Janaia Barclay 3rd

Emily Barclay 2nd Gr. 11 girls, Darby Stroschein 3rd

Colby Barclay 2nd Gr. 12 boys

A special shout out to Josh Morris who took first for Gr. 11 boys and 1st overall.

Taylor Knudston for 3rd Gr. 11 boys and 3rd Overall.

Kristen Measures who took 1st for Gr. 8 girls and 1st overall for girls.

Brooke Glasier 1st Gr. 12 girls and was 2nd overall.

The teams continue their season by attending Castor tournament Feb. 23rd, Ardrossan Mar. 9th, Provincials Mar. 14 or 15th, Smoky Lake Apr. 13th and Nationals May 5th in Regina.

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