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Patience, determination, and focus are some of the skills that the sport of archery teaches students who participate in the National Archery Program in Alabama Schools (NASP). These skills have recently paid off for several Alabama student archers who attended the 2021 NASP Open and Championship in Myrtle Beach, SC from June 10-12.
Almost 2,100 archers from 33 states participated in the event. Of the 93 students from 13 Alabama schools in attendance, four placed in the top three in their respective divisions in the championship portion of the event. Additionally, Causey High School in Mobile, Alabama took 1st place overall in the Middle School Division, and Cullman’s East Elementary School placed 5th in the Elementary School Division. Causey also took 2nd place in the general middle school division of the IBO / 3D Challenge at the Myrtle Beach event.
Alabama’s top individual archers in the championship include Carrie Daniels, 8th grade, Phillips Preparatory School (Mobile), 1st place, Middle School Girls Division, with a score of 294; Grace Feenstra, 8th grade, Causey Middle School, 3rd place, Middle School Girls Division, with a score of 293; Hunter Horton, 8th grade, Causey Middle School, 2nd place, Middle School Boys Division, with a score of 292; and Jace Law, 5th grade, Dawes Intermediate School (Mobile), 2nd place, Elementary School Boys Division, with a score of 283.