The Cariboo Archers sent a contingent of shooters to 100 Mile House for the 100 Mile Bighorn Bowhunter’s annual indoor 3D shoot.
Al Campsall, who claimed first in the men’s open division, said shooters ranged in age and ability from newcomers to experts.
“All in all, it was a pretty dominant performance by our archers,” he said.
Also in men’s open, Dan Cooper picked up the silver medal.
In the mini-cub division, Calleigh Skerry placed second, while Cole Skerry claimed gold.
For ladies recurve adult it was Sharon Allan sniping the silver medal, with Mavis Skerry taking bronze.
Jessica Mobbs, in the ladies longbow category, picked up a gold medal.
For men’s recurve, it was Williams Lake archers dominating the podium.
Fred Streleoff, Dan Mobbs and Ernie Schmid finished one, two and three, respectively, to sweep the division.
In masters men’s recurve Lorne Barron finished fourth, while John Walker, in men’s bowhunter release, shot to a silver medal.
“We are now gearing up for our own indoor shoot this coming weekend in the Trail Riders Arena in the Stampede Grounds,” Campsall said.
“Shooting begins at 9 a.m. Saturday. All styles of bows and ability levels are welcome.”
Cost is $5 per round.
For more information visit the Cariboo Archer’s website at www.williamslakesportsmen.ca/archery.htm.