Members of the Cariboo Archers were precise on the draw during the weekend at the 100 Mile House Archery Shoot.
Fred Streleoff continued to triumph in the recurve bow division while Dan Mobbs and Ernie Schmid combined with Streleoff to prove lakecity archers are the dominant recurve club in the province. The next closest competitor finished 235 points behind.
Brayden Feeley and Joelle Thurow, 12, additionally, took first place in their categories.
Joelle’s 10-year-old brother Ty Thurow shot from the teenager stakes — normally three to five times the distance of his regular shooting distance — to take second place.
The complete results from the Cariboo Archers from the shoot are as follows:
• Cub Unlimited: Joelle Thurow — first
• Junior Unlimited: Brayden Feeley — first
• Cub Open: Ty Thurow — second
• Youth Unlimited: Cameron Brockel — second
• Men’s Recurve: Fred Streleoff — first
• Men’s Recurve: Dan Mobbs — second
• Men’s Recurve: Ernie Schmid — third
• Women’s Longbow: Jessie Mobbs — second
• Women’s Longbow: Nikki Mobbs — third
• Men’s Open: Lee Jackman — second
• Masters Men’s Open: Tom Logan — second
• Masters Open: Al Campsall — second
The next shoot for the Cariboo Archers takes place this weekend in Prince George, while the B.C. 3D archery championships are scheduled to take place June 21-22 in Duncan.