2019 Candle-Masters Congratulations

There was no dominant archer this year in the advanced classes.  And though we had a lot of arrows pass through the flame, only the following archers put it out without touching the candle itself.  One candle each for:

Compound archers

Emma McMillan, Hannah Rousseau, Bill Mackey and Hester Grodde.

Recurve archers

Pam Leclair, Bob Kerr and Luke Seldenthuis

Congratulations to all students!

Mohamed El-Halawani shoots PB at February WA18m

Congratulations to all our participants as we welcomed 3 new archers to our tournaments.  Welcome back to Crystal Foster who has been unable to shoot tournaments for over a year.

Special shout-out to Mohamed El-Halawani (SR M Rec) who shot a PB 552 on the round today.

For all the results from our site, please use this link or go to the Archery Canada i@nseo results page:

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Our next tournament is OAA Championship Week:  February 18-24.  Classes are suspended during this time.  There are only a few spots available on Wednesday night.  If you wish to participate, please contact Kathy or Larry ASAP.

Personal Best Scores at SNAC’s December 2018 WA18m Tournament

Congratulations to all the archers who participated in our annual December WA18 tournament.  We had quite a few archers try out competition for the first time and they did quite well!  Also, there were PBs shot by several archers including Robert (Bob) Kerr in Master’s Men Recurve. 

Results are available on our website, as well as at Archery Canada.

https://can.service.ianseo.net/General/CompetitionDetail.php?Competition=2018688

Our next world-registered tournament will be on Sunday, January 13th.  Phone or e-mail us in order to hold your spot!  Come join the fun and see you in the New Year.

2018 Candle-masters for Thursday night Advanced Classes

Bill Mackey (compound) is the ultimate candle-master this year with 6 candle flames taken out properly.  A close second goes to Ryan Luckovitch (compound) with 5.

Other successful archers at 13 meters were:  Jordan Eastman (recurve) with 2, Ian Pratt (compound) with 2, Sandra Rampton-Siedule (recurve) 1 and Brandon Luckovitch (compound) 1.

Most participants were able to make the flame flutter, but just couldn’t get the flame to go out – remember, they can’t hit the candle itself!  So, congratulations to all the Thursday night advanced classes for some really good bowarm and visual follow-throughs!  Nice work 🙂