Over 600 students have already competed in this year’s National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Regionals, with one final regional tournament remaining. With four regionals complete, the NASP State Tournament is beginning to take shape.
Bay Creek Elementary School earned top shooting honors in Regional No. 1 with a team score of 3,081, securing a spot in the 6th annual Georgia-NASP State Tournament. Lafayette Christian School also qualified for the state tournament by winning the high school division, with a team score of 2,850.
In Regional No. 2, Dodge County High earned a spot in the State Tournament, coming away with top shooting honors (3,123 team score)and winning the high school division. Wynnbrook Christian School also punched its ticket to State, winning the middle school division with a 2,827 team score.
Three teams secured spots in the State Tournament out of Regional No. 3. Marion County High School won the regional by one point over Miller County High School, ensuring their spot at State. Lee County Middle School took the middle school division crown with a team score of 2,706, while Lee County Elementary school won the elementary school division with a 2,832 team score. Both Lee County schools qualified for the State Tournament.
Defending State Champions and National Champions, Woodlawn Elementary, won the overall title for Regional No. 4 with a 3,263 team score. Bagley Middle School and Southeast Whitfield High School, who won their divisions in Regional No. 4, will also join Woodlawn Elementary at the state tournament.
Schools that did not win an automatic berth to state at the regional tournament can still be selected as a high-scoring wildcard team after the final regional tournament is completed in late February. The 6th annual Georgia-NASP State Tournament will be held on March 21 at the Georgia National Fairgrounds in Perry, GA.
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