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East Elementary Archery 2017 State Champions

by | Apr 8, 2017 | City News, Cullman City, People, Sports, Students

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East Elementary Archery 2017 State Champions

East Elementary Finishes #1 Out of 18 Archer Teams at NASP Alabama State Championship.

The archery team from East Elementary continues their domination of youth archery in the state of Alabama.

They won the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Alabama State Championship Friday. The competition was held at The Multiplex at Cramton Bowl in Montgomery. They participated in the 10 to 15-meter range.

The squad finished with a team score of 3,156 and 107 tens. This placed them #1 in a field of 18 other elementary schools aspirants.

Dixon Elementary School was 2nd in a nail-biter finish. They finished #2 with a team score of 3.140 and 111 tens

Close or not, it was a clutch win as they successfully defended their 2016 State title in this event.

Other area schools competed with Arab Elementary finishing in 9th place and Vinemont Elementary ending up in 14th.

East’s Kase Nixon anchored this year’s team with an individual 278 score and 14 tens. In comparison to the field he ranked this way:

Elementary Boys – 3 out of 236
5th Grade Boys – 2 out of 137
Overall Boys – 75 out of 712

On the female side of the competition, Reese Fox was the team leader. She led East with an individual score of 263 with 11 tens:

Elementary Girls – 5 out of 171
5th Grade Girls – 4 out of 92
Overall Girls – 128 out of 536

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East Elementary Archery 2017 State Champions

The rest of the East Elementary teams results went like this:

CARSON STARNES
Score: 272
Tens: 12
Elementary Boys Rank: 8 out of 236
5th Grade Boys Rank: 6 out of 137
Overall Boys Rank: 141 out of 712

COLE BURNHAM
Score: 266
Tens: 8
Elementary Boys Rank: 13 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 4 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 203 out of 712

HAYDEN SCOTT
Score: 263
Tens: 7
Elementary Boys Rank: 17 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 6 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 228 out of 712

CARSON LANEY
Score: 262
Tens: 8
Elementary Boys Rank: 18 out of 236
5th Grade Boys Rank: 12 out of 137
Overall Boys Rank: 236 out of 712

JOHN LUNSFORD
Score: 261
Tens: 10
Elementary Boys Rank: 19 out of 236
3th Grade Boys Rank: 1 out of 14
Overall Boys Rank: 242 out of 712

COOPER LOFTIN
Score: 260
Tens: 7
Elementary Boys Rank: 21 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 7 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 261 out of 712

EMMA RITCHEY
Score: 254
Tens: 7
Elementary Girls Rank: 17 out of 171
5th Grade Girls Rank: 14 out of 92
Overall Girls Rank: 207 out of 536

AVA RAY
Score: 254
Tens: 5
Elementary Girls Rank: 18 out of 171
4th Grade Girls Rank: 3 out of 72
Overall Girls Rank: 209 out of 536

COLTER BOWEN
Score: 253
Tens: 10
Elementary Boys Rank: 37 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 9 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 333 out of 712

COLE GRAVES
Score: 253
Tens: 8
Elementary Boys Rank: 39 out of 236
3th Grade Boys Rank: 2 out of 14
Overall Boys Rank: 336 out of 712

EMMA BRITTON
Score: 250
Tens: 6
Elementary Girls Rank: 22 out of 171
5th Grade Girls Rank: 18 out of 92
Overall Girls Rank: 228 out of 536

JACKSON BENTLEY
Score: 250
Tens: 3
Elementary Boys Rank: 47 out of 236
5th Grade Boys Rank: 32 out of 137
Overall Boys Rank: 373 out of 712

ELLIE WIGGINS
Score: 248
Tens: 7
Elementary Girls Rank: 26 out of 171
5th Grade Girls Rank: 20 out of 92
Overall Girls Rank: 247 out of 536

EVAN DOCKERY
Score: 245
Tens: 5
Elementary Boys Rank: 64 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 21 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 412 out of 712

JACK YEAGER
Score: 243
Tens: 7
Elementary Boys Rank: 70 out of 236
4th Grade Boys Rank: 25 out of 85
Overall Boys Rank: 424 out of 712

ALICEANN KONTOGEORGE
Score: 242
Tens: 4
Elementary Girls Rank: 41 out of 171
4th Grade Girls Rank: 10 out of 72
Overall Girls Rank: 288 out of 536

EMMA THOMPSON
Score: 238
Tens: 4
Elementary Girls Rank: 52 out of 171
5th Grade Girls Rank: 38 out of 92
Overall Girls Rank: 327 out of 536

NEVAEH ISBELL
Score: 234
Tens: 6
Elementary Girls Rank: 65 out of 171
5th Grade Girls Rank: 43 out of 92
Overall Girls Rank: 356 out of 536

LANDON STANCIL
Score: 234
Tens: 4
Elementary Boys Rank: 104 out of 236
5th Grade Boys Rank: 65 out of 137
Overall Boys Rank: 497 out of 712

ALLIE STEWART
Score: 227
Tens: 1
Elementary Girls Rank: 81 out of 171
4th Grade Girls Rank: 28 out of 72
Overall Girls Rank: 396 out of 536

BROOKLYN MORTON
Score: 220
Tens: 6
Elementary Girls Rank: 88 out of 171
4th Grade Girls Rank: 30 out of 72
Overall Girls Rank: 416 out of 536
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East Elementary Archery 2017 State Champions

About NASP Archery

NASP® is a 501.c.3 non-profit organization governed by a national board of directors. NASP works with states, provinces, and countries and seeks to establish partnerships with institutional partners on a state or country-wide basis. In doing so, NASP partners are asked to endorse a simple ‘Letter of Understanding’ which confirms the mutual interest in adhering to the NASP® mission and these operating principles. This also confirms that NASP® is a gateway activity which creates opportunity for state agencies to engage students in afterschool or special events which may include their interest in other outdoor activities.

About a third of the 14,000 NASP schools offer an ‘after school archery program.’ NASP® operating principles require that NASP® first be offered in-school to every student before starting an after school club or activity. This assures that any NASP® activity is conducted fairly and uniformly to assure that it is inclusive and suited for all ability levels.

NASP® is the fastest growing shooting sport in history. It has a spotless safety record and surveys indicate widespread support from teachers, parents, administrators, and students. We do what we do best-teach the lifetime skill of archery to every child in the school.

The Multiplex at Cramton Bowl

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