Whitko Archery had a successful weekend down at the 2021 Indiana NASP State Tournament :

Bullseye Competition - Traditional Target (10m/15m) 

Individual Medalists: 

Isabell Hughes – 3rd Place HS Female : score 287/300

Cassidy Skinner – 3rd Place MS Female : score 286/300

Lilly Irons – 8th Place Elementary Female : score 255/300

Team Results are calculated as follows:

Top 4 female plus the Top 4 male plus the next 4 highest individual scores all combine to make up the overall team score.

Whitko Jr/Sr High School HS placed 24/25 and scored 3060/3600

NASP/IBO 3D Challenge Competition:

Archers shoot 6 different targets from different distances representing animals: 

Ram (15m), White Tail (14m), Antelope (13m), Bear (12m), Coyote (11m) & Turkey (10m)

3D Individual Medalists:

Cassidy Skinner – Middle School Female State Champion: scored 293/300 earning her the title of Female Overall State Champion

Isabella Hughes – High School Female State Champion: scored 285/300 took 2nd place in the Female Overall

Lewis Skinner – 3rd place Elementary male: scored 255/300

Jillian Starkweather – 8th place High School Female: scored 274/300

Chloe Keen – 6th Place Elementary Female: scored 241/300

3D Team Results:

Top 2 Female and the Top 2 Male and the next 2 highest scores are combined to make up the team score.

Whitko Jr/Sr High School – 6/11 : scored 1567/1800

Whitko Jr/Sr High School MS – 8/11 : scored 1441/1800

PES/SWE Elementary – 5/5 : scored 1287/1800

Overall State Champion Medalists: Cassidy Skinner took 1st Place; Isabella Hughes took 2nd Place 

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