Cariboo Archers Fred Streleoff (left) and Nic Flinton shoot during a recent fun day and AGM at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse.

Cariboo Archers Fred Streleoff (left) and Nic Flinton shoot during a recent fun day and AGM at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse.

Archers compete in Prince George 3D shoot

Seven members of the Cariboo Archers filled up their quivers and travelled north last weekend.

Seven members of the Cariboo Archers filled up their quivers and travelled north last weekend for the Prince George Silvertip Outdoor 3D Tournament.

The shoot is the last event Cariboo Archers will attend before this weekend’s BC 3D Championships in Duncan.

In the cub compound division locals Jaimee Martin and Jenna Miranda competed, earning third- and fourth-place results.

Catrina Ertel was fifth and Lisa Martin was sixth in the ladies compound fixed pin category, while Fred Streleoff and Dan Mobbs finished first and third, respectively, in the instinctive men’s division.

In the masters men’s compound division, Al Campsall shot to a first-place result.

Campsall was also honoured by the Silvertip Archers with an award for his outstanding contributions to archery in B.C. and Western Canada.

“I was quite surprised and humbled,” Campsall said.

Mobbs, Streleoff and Campsall have all been working hard on their games with daily shooting and skill acquisition sessions in order to represent Williams Lake well in Duncan this weekend.