Marshfield archery takes fourth in NASP competition
For Hub City Times
MARSHFIELD – Marshfield High School archery placed fourth as a team in National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) tournament competition held Feb. 9 in Gilman.
The tournament saw 23 schools in competition. For the tournament, each archer gets an individual score in their division and if the school has enough archers, they can also shoot as a team. The archers then shoot three scoring rounds at 10 meters and three scoring rounds at 15 meters.
Marshfield High School had enough archers to shoot as a team, but the Middle school shot as individuals.
Marshfield High School placed fourth, scoring 3125. Top archers for Marshfield were: Jeremiah Apsey with 281, who placed ninth out of 59 in the high school boys division; McKenzie Wilsmann with 280, who placed fourth out of 75 in the high school girls division; and Lindsey Tyrolt with 276, placing ninth out of 75 in the high school girls division.
Marshfield Middle school top archers were: Raina Manlick with 274, placing ninth out of 86 middle school girls; Jasmine Schmidt with 266, receiving 11th out of 86 middle school girls; and Kody Weigel with 259, ranking him 28th out of 107 middle school boys.