Congratulations to SNAC club members who competed on Day 2 in Richmond Hill, ON at the 28th annual OFSSA archery tournament. Former OFSSA medallist Jeremy Wakefield judged on day 2 and successfully shot out the candle flame in front of +300 archers. Unfortunately, Michael Bracey was too ill to join us – we missed you!
260 recurve archers competed on Thursday, May 17th – that’s a record number! There were 115 females and 145 males. We have to say good-bye to two graduates this year: William Larmour and Alex VandeSande – please keep enjoying the sport of archery.
North Dundas District High School guys’ team finished 5th out of 17 teams with a total of 1922: Patrick Jaquemet (19th), William Larmour (29th), Matthew Adams (41st), Josh Beach (55th). Hannah Robinson (35th). Kelly Robinson escorted Teacher/Supervisor Ms. Ann McNab. Well done!
From Kemptville’s St. Michael’s Catholic School: Alex VandeSande (42nd) finished his high school career with an excellent performance (465). In her first-ever OFSSA archery tournament, Lindsay Fumerton won the bronze medal with a score of 549. Congratulations! Thank you to Cheryl Fumerton for driving.
Representing Kingston CVI: Jordan Sequillion won the silver medal with a score of 556, 2 points out of first. Congratulations! Sydney Sequillion shot her best OFSSA so far finishing 17th with 469.
Kate Montgomery representing Earl of March SS, shot her best OFSSA round so far with 490 finishing 14th. Eric Peters representing Colonel By SS, in his first OFSSA won silver with 568. Moms Danxia Xu and Cassy Montgomery drove.
Coaching and co-ordinating this event and trip is always challenging. Everyone did well. Thank you from Kathy Millar, Whole Bunch S S 🙂