EXTRACURRICULAR & EAST

EAGLE MOUNTAIN ELEMENTARY

ARCHERY - EAST

ARCHERY

Archery Coach

Eagle Mountain Elementary is a proud partner of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). Students in grades 4 and 5 are eligible to try-out for the Eagle Mountain Elementary Archery team. During the month of September, archery skills are taught in the physical education class, and students may also attend before and after school practices. Those interested in trying out for the competition team will complete a rigorous assessment of skills in early October. Competition season begins in December, with invitational tournaments leading to Regionals. Regional Tournaments are held throughout the state in February. The State Tournament is held in Hot Springs, and those that qualify will go to the National Tournament in Louisville, Kentucky where over 15,000 archers compete for National Champions. The World Tournament is held at different venues that have included Orlando and Myrtle Beach. The 2020 tournament will be in Daytona, Florida.

Eagle Mountain Elementary has had great success with NASP. Here are a few of the accomplishments.

Regional Tournament (began in 2013)

1st Place: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019, 2020

State Tournament

1st Place: 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013

2nd Place: 2009, 2017, 2018

3rd Place: 2015

4th Place: 2014

7th Place: 2016

9th Place: 2019

National Tournament

2nd Place: 2011, 2012

9th Place: 2009, 2013

14th Place: 2010

47th Place: 2014

50th Place: 2017

World Tournament

1st Place: 2009, 2011

3rd Place: 2010, 2013, 2013

17th Place: 2017

Invitational Tournaments

Arrow Fest Tournament 1st Place: 2020

Jingle Bell Shoot-Out Tournament 1st Place: 2019

Cabot Shoot-Out Tournament 1st Place: 2019

Bryant Invitational Tournament 1st Place: 2017

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