Stettler Nockbuster team attended the NASP National tournament May 3-4th

High school team placed second at Nationals on the BULLSEYE SHOOT!

  • May. 14, 2019 2:30 p.m.

The Stettler Nockbuster team attended the NASP National tournament in Regina, Saskatchewan on May 3rd and 4th.

Our high school team has placed second at Nationals on the BULLSEYE SHOOT!

Taylor Knudtson is first High school and first Grade 11 boy and 2nd overall. Katlyne Glasier is 1st Grade 9 girls.

Deacon Barclay is second Middle school boy, first Grade 7 boy! Kristen Measures is third Middle school girl and second Grade 8 girl.

3D SHOOT as follows:

HIGH SCHOOL team placed second again!

Taylor Knudtson placed first for High school, Grade 11 and overall boys.

Josh Morris placed third of Grade 11 boys.

AND we are so proud of all the archers for our 2018-2019 season.

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