Local archers place in state tournament
By Hub City Times staff
MARSHFIELD – Local high school, elementary, and middle school archers placed in a pair of National Archer in the Schools Program (NASP) state tournaments held March 29-30 at the Woodside Convention Center in Wisconsin Dells.
In the Wisconsin NASP Bulls-eye tournament Stratford’s Sydney Lobner took first for elementary girls, scoring 16 tens with a 282 total. Sylvia McMeeken, Stratford, took third with seven tens and a 267 total, while Eire Fisher took eighth with three tens and a 252 total.
Stratford’s Brianna Moen grabbed the top spot for high school girls, with 20 tens and a 289 total. Owen-Withee’s Grayce Bottlemy took sixth in the division, with 18 tens and a 285 total. For the high school boys, Devan Slominski took fifth, with 20 tens and a 290 total.
For the middle school boys, Victor Junemann, Stratford, placed third, with 20 tens and a 289. Derek Wiese, Stratford, took fifth, with 19 tens and a 282. For the girls, Stratford’s Brittany Moen grabbed a sixth-place spot, with 15 tens and a 281.
As a team, Stratford placed fourth out of five in the elementary division, with 51 tens and a 2791, and third out of 30 in the middle school division, with 134 tens and 3242.
In the high school division, Stratford place ninth out of 22, with 134 tens and a 3228 total. Marshfield took tenth place, with 121 tens and a 3165 total.
In the NASP/IBO 3-D tournament, Lobner grabbed another top shot for the elementary girls, with 12 tens and a 270. McMeeken followed close behind with 10 tens and a 261 for second.
For the high school girls, Stratford’s Ashley Heiden took first with 16 tens and a 283 total. Brianna Moen grabbed fourth, with 14 tens and a 278. For the boys, Slominski grabbed the top spot with 25 tens and a 295.
Stratford’s teams took third in the elementary division, with 30 tens and a 1332; sixth for the middle school division, with 44 tens and a 1492; and first for the high school team, with 95 tens and a 1668.