Ty Thurow

Ty Thurow

Cariboo Archers host Indoor 3D Shoot

The Trail Riders Arena in Williams Lake played host to the annual Cariboo Archers’ Indoor 3D Shoot last Saturday.

The Trail Riders Arena in Williams Lake played host to the annual Cariboo Archers’ Indoor 3D Shoot last Saturday.

Bears, dinosaurs, elk, moose, snakes and several other foam targets made up the range as archers — many of whom came from out of town — attempted to accumulate points based on their accuracy throughout the weekend.

“Although it did not warm up a lot inside the Trail Riders Arena a great time was had by all,” said Al Campsall, treasurer with the Cariboo Archers.

Multiple members of the Junior Olympic Archery Program in Williams Lake also took part in the event.

Results from the shoot, which featured archers young and old, are as follows:

Master’s Men’s Recurve

1.) Dave Corless

2.) Lorne Barron

Master’s Men’s Open

1.) Al Campsall

Men’s Unlimited

3.) John Walker

Men’s Open

1.) Lee Jackman

Men’s Recurve

1.) Fred Streleoff

2.) Dan Mobbs

3.) Ernie Schmid

Ladies’ Open

1.) Breanna Carlson

Ladies Longbow

1.) Jessie Mobbs

2.) Nikki Mobbs

3.) Sharon Allan

Ladies’ Recurve

2.) Sharon Allan

Youth Unlimited

1.) Cameron Brockel

Cub Compound

2. Michael Gudbranson

3. Emma Paterson

Cub Recurve

1. Nic Flinton

Pre-Cub Compound

1. Matthew Samson

2. Ty Thurow

3. Brianna Billy

Pre-Cub Compound (fingers)

1. Theresa Inscho

2. Octavius Sill

PeeWee Compound

1. Joelle Thurow

Coming up next for the Cariboo Archers is the popular, annual Outdoor 3D Shoot May 3-4 at the Williams Lake Sportsmen’s Association clubhouse and adjoining woods.

“Archers from beginner to expert are all welcome to bring and use all legal archery tackle, including cross bows,” Campsall said.

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