Stettler Nockbusters Junior High and High teams head to Edmonton

Event proved to be a great showing by all

On Friday, March 15th the Stettler Nockbusters Junior High and High School teams went to Edmonton to compete at the Edmonton Expo Center for NASP (National Archery in the Schools Program) Provincials.

Our High School team placed 1st, our Junior High team placed 4th. A great showing by all. Individual results are as follows:

GR 8 girls – Kristen Measures: 3rd out of 90, 3rd out of 309 JH girls and 6th out of 713 overall.

GR 9 girls – Katlyne Glasier: 1st out of 63, 5th out of 180 HS girls and 10th out of 713 overall.

Evie Blake: 2nd out of 63,11th out of 180 HS girls and 18th out of 713 overall

Gr 9 boys – Isaac Deaver: 2nd out of 84 ,15th out of 215 HS boys and 23rd out of 859 overall.

Gr 10 boys – Nick Deaver: 3rd out of 59, 11th out of 215 HS boys and 15th out of 859 overall.

Gr 10 girls – Janaia Barclay 2nd out of 53, 10th out of 180 HS girls and 17th out of 713 overall.

Gr 11 boys – Taylor Knudtson: 2nd out of 36, 4th out of 215 HS boys and 4th out of 859 overall.

Gr 12 girls – Brooke Glasier: 2nd out of 23, 19th out of 180 HS girls and 28th out of 713 overall.

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