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Stettler Nockbusters continue strong season

Stettler Nockbusters compete in Edmonton. (Stettler Nockbusters Facebook photo)

The Stettler Nockbusters archery team has a lot to be proud.

Following the provincial tournament in Edmonton mid-March, the team became one of two teams under the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) to achieve a combined team score of 3,300 three or more times.

The provincials were held over the weekend of March 16 with positive results; in the bull’s eye competition, the middle school team placed first and the high school team placed third.

Individually, Grayson LaRose placed first for Grade 8 boys, first for middle school, and fourth overall.

Daniel Enyedy placed first in Grade 10 boys and fourth in high school.

Megan Schrijver took first place for Grade 11 girls, third for high school girls and third overall for girls.

Brooklynn Stewart placed second in Grade 10 girls.

Finishing bull’s eye, Kenzie Beyeler, Nevah Anderson and Alexus Sayles swept the top three in Grade 9 girls.

In the 3D tournament, the high school team shot third overall and the middle placed fifth.

Individually, Grayson LaRose again led the pack in Grade 8 boys coming in first, and first overall for middle school boys.

Daniel Enyedy placed third in Grade 10 boys while Hannah Sayles did same in Grade 10 girls.

Brooklyn Stewart placed fourth for Grade 10 girls.

Megan Schrijever placed fourth in Grade 11 girls.

Hye Hoimyr and Lyla Nickles placed second and third for Grade 9 girls.

Next up for the team is nationals taking place in Moose Jaw, Sask., on April 19-20.

Kevin Sabo

About the Author: Kevin Sabo

I’m Kevin Sabo. I’ve been a resident of the Castor area for the last 12 years and counting, first coming out here in my previous career as an EMT.
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