Cariboo Archers left their mark at the B.C. 3D Archery Championships in Duncan last weekend.
From youth divisions to adults, Williams Lake archers put the rest of the field on notice they were a force to be reckoned with.
In the peewee division Joelle Thurow sniped a first-place provincial finish, while her brother, Ty Thurow, duplicated the feat in the pre-cub compound class. Meanwhile, Joelle and Ty’s mom, Mary Thurow, shot to a second place result in the ladies compound fix pin division.
Fred Streleoff, in the men’s instinctive class, rallied to a first place finish, while fellow Cariboo Archer Dan Mobbs was the runner up in second.
In the longbow division Jessie Mobbs claimed first place.
Al Campsall, in the masters compound class, was also the first place shooter.
Streleoff, Dan, Jessie, Ty and Campsall will now represent Team B.C. at the upcoming Canadian Championships in Manitoba, while Campsall will also suit up for the target archery team.