Argyle Eagle Archery headed to national competition

Teams of young Argyle archers are headed to Utah this weekend for a national archery competition.

Argyle Eagle Archery is gearing up for the National Archery in the Schools Program 2018 U.S. Western National Tournament, featuring two students who qualified individually for nationals, according to Argyle ISD.

Last month, two Argyle archers scored in the top 10 in their division and gender in the state competition, which qualified them for nationals individually.

Eighth-grader Riley Milam took third place in the NASP Texas State Tournament, shooting a 287/300. Riley has been competing in NASP since 2012, and in previous state tournaments, she placed second in 2014, first in 2015 and third in 2017. Fifth-grader Charleigh Harbison placed seventh in her division with a score of 263/300 in her second year competing in NASP.

The following Argyle ISD students qualified as teams for the national tournament this weekend.

Elementary school students: Anakieth Battepati, Jordyn Davis, Gracie Guerin, Eli Busse, Faith Hall, Emily Harbach, Charleigh Harbison, Zoe Jackson, Lorelei Leuschner, Olivia Murray, Jackson Nelson, Rylee Pizana, Ryan Stegmaier, Nolan Wade, Madeline Zindel

Middle school: Kevin Arnold, Sai Baki, Lily Beaulieu, Kyle Cherms, Reagan Faria, Maura Journagan, Sriman Kandula, Tessa Kneip, Branna Krumme, Tristan Medrano, Riley Milam, Cole Murgia-Mosely, Puneet Nunsavathu, Jacob Peddy, Savannah Scoggin, Ella Stoops, Victoria Taylor, Meredith Upton, Ryle Wintermute, Jack Woods, Olessya Wulfers

Mark Smith
Mark Smith
Mark Smith is the Digital Editor of The Cross Timbers Gazette.

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