State Archery Results

State Archery Results
Posted on 04/03/2019
State Archery Results

Last Friday (3/29), 31 Queen City archers competed in the Texas State NASP Archery Tournament in Belton, TX along with 2,451 other Texas archers in grades 4-12.

Both our Elementary and Middle School teams advanced to the highly anticipated 2019 NASP Nationals on May 9-11. Queen City student archers, coaches, and parents will travel to the Bluegrass state’s Exposition Center (KEC) located in Louisville, Kentucky where more than 15,000 archers are expected to compete on the national stage.

Queen City 5th grader, Caleb Kimble, set a record this year at the NASP State Tournament by becoming the youngest ever Overall Highest Scoring Male at a Texas-NASP State Tournament with a score of 295 out of 300.

Our Elementary Team total score was 2944 placing them at 6th out of the 25 elementary division teams competing this year. The elementary team boosted their team score total by 251 points from their shooting performance last year at the NASP State tournament. This will be the elementary team’s second trip to Nationals.

This year's elementary team consisted of Caleb Kimble, Hunter Warren, Ryan Raines, Elizabeth Bickham, Makenna Hamilton, Aden Bolt, Carson Caver, Gracie Alexander, Chris Brown, Kingston Boyter, Macy Snelgrove, Tanner Lund, Mason Satterfield, Abigale Bickham, and Anna Leigh Young.

This year's Middle School Team score was 3178 placing them at 11th out of 46 middle school division teams competing. They boosted their score by 181 points over last year's team score and increased the number of 10s scored by 33 for a total of 105 tens.

Representing our middle school was Kade Burden, Bailey Endsley, Keeli Mainer, Briseida Rivera, Clint Wiley, Brenna Turbeville, Isaac Thomas, Emily Raines, Jeremiah Henderson, Aubrie Kiser, Brayden Wiley, Mason Campbell, Brooklyn Beers, Micah Whittington, and Ty Waldon.

Clay Waldon represented QCHS at the NASP State tournament with a score of 283 out of 300. His score ranked 25th out of 541 high school boys and 6th out of 129 ninth grade boys! Clay is the very  first archer to compete for QCHS!

All of our participating archers also received the Academic Archer award for excellence in academics.

We are so proud of our Queen City archers and we wish them luck as they advance to the next round. If you see one of these competitors, please congratulate them!