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Archery by Keenan

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE “Imagine walking into an archery range after you unload everything like a bow, arrows, quiver, belt [if needed], arm guard [if needed] and a release if you have a compound bow. But did you know that archery includes a lot of muscles and bones? Just follow through takes a lot of bones and muscles. And even talking to the coach about a problem takes bones and muscles! You need the deltoid muscle to keep your arm up after you release and to pull the string back....
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Indiana making positive changes

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE Indiana S3DA Implements Same Day/Multiple Venue Tournament Format Williamsburg, KY – With the tremendous growth of the S3DA program, the National Headquarters has called for a model in which more than one tournament is held on the same day at different regional locations in a specific state. Indiana S3DA has become a pacesetter in this aspect by implementing a schedule utilizing a North, Central, and Southern tournament format. Indiana saw the need for this division to continue growing the program. They realized that growth would have been...
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My NASP® Experience

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Have the Young Archer Magazine mailed right to your door SUBSCRIBE TODAY FOR FREE I started as a 6th-grade kid who wanted to do something with his life and be the best he could be at it. First, I tried wrestling, got injured, and quit. I tried basketball and couldn’t quite get the hang of things, so I decided to venture onto other things. Finally, I found archery. As I walked into the multi-purpose room of Anderson County Middle School and picked up my first bow, I had no idea just how much it would impact my life. I was...
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Local archers perform well

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Local archers perform well in statewide tournament The article was written by Ryan Richardson and was originally published by The Owensboro Times. Western Kentucky S3DA Indoor Regional Tournament | Photos courtesy of Southern Fried Photography by Terri Payne More than 300 archers were in town over the weekend, as the Daviess County High School team hosted the Western Kentucky S3DA Indoor Regional Tournament. The event, held at the Daviess County Fairgrounds, featured 324 archers from 50 different teams and clubs across Kentucky. About 1,500 spectators attended the two—day tournament. Results for the local archers are listed below. The Daviess County archery program is...
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S3DA hosts Instructor training in Albuquerque, NM

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Scholastic 3-D Archery hosts Instructor training in Albuquerque, NM Williamsburg, KY – Scholastic 3-D Archery National Outreach Director, Chris McDonald hosted an Advanced Archery Instructor Training Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico at the Albuquerque Game and Fish Office on December 27th. Upon successful completion of this instructor training, candidates earn certification as S3DA Advanced Instructors. With this certification, they are qualified to teach S3DA Basic 3-D Archery Instructor certification classes as well as teach children the skills needed to participate and compete in S3DA archery events at local, regional, state and national levels. There were a total of 14 participants in...
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Giving away the farm!

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Drury Outdoors Farm Giveaway: The Drurys Are Giving Away a 60-Acre Farm at the 2020 ATA show!   After an amazing 30 years in the business, Drury Outdoors is saying “Thank you!” in a big way!  No one saw this coming but at the resent ATA, the Drury team officially announced the Drury Outdoors Farm Giveaway, that’s right, THEY’RE GIVING AWAY A 60-ACRE FARM!   Established in 1989 with the release of their first title “King of the Spring,” a 75-minute VHS turkey hunting video, brothers Mark and Terry Drury have been on a mission to educate and entertain outdoorsmen and women ever...
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Possible new record deer taken in Illinois

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B&C and P&Y: Potential Largest Hunter-Taken, Non-Typical Whitetail Deer MISSOULA, Mont. – According to the Boone and Crockett Club and the Pope and Young Club a whitetail buck taken during the 2018 Illinois archery season could be the largest hunter-taken non-typical whitetail on record. Bowhunter, Luke H. Brewster arrowed a buck from Edgar County, Illinois, on November 2, 2018. Shortly after the harvest, photos circulated online stating it had a green score of 311. After the required 60-day drying period and consultation with both scoring organizations the official entry score of 320-5/8 confirmed that it is only the 5th hunter-taken...
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