The Cariboo Archers held a successful Indoor 3D Shoot over the weekend at the Trail Riders Arena.
A total of 85 shooters from Williams Lake, Quesnel, 100 Mile House and the Chilcotin participated.
Taking first place in the peewee division was Blake Pigeon, while Cole Skerry won second and Calleigh Skerry claimed third.
In the pre-cub category, Brayden Feeley took second and Kenny Loewen won third.
Taylor Pigeon finished fourth in the cub compound division, while Cameron Brockel took fifth.
In the youth unlimited category, Kyle Pigeon nabbed first.
In ladies traditional, it was Sharon Allan taking first, followed by Mavis Skerry in second.
For ladies unlimited, Stephanie Ferguson won first with Karen Ramsay taking second.
John Walker won second in the men’s unlimited, while men’s traditional shooters Dan Mobbs, Emerson Ford and Jonathan Hallam finished first, second and third.
In masters men’s traditional, Ernie Schmid won first, while Lorne Barron took third.
And in the masters men’s unlimited division David Corless took third, while Al Campsall took first in the masters men’s open category.
Coming up for the Cariboo Archers is its Outdoor 3D Shoot from May 14-15, followed by the Outdoor 3D Provincial Championships from July 9-10. Both events will be at the Bond Lake Road Rod and Gun Club.