Ready, aim, fire

The Quesnel River Archers took aim at their annual Indoor 3D Shoot at Gamache’s indoor riding arena.

The Quesnel River Archers took aim at their annual Indoor 3D Shoot at Gamache’s indoor riding arena. With 124 participants coming in from clubs in Prince George, 100 Mile House, Vanderhoof, Williams Lake, Chetwynd and Quesnel.

For women, first place in Pee Wee Barebow was Katie Wollen.

Shooting with high scoring aim in Pee Wee Compound was first place archer Joelle Thurow, followed by second place shooter Carys Bick.

Archer Rebecca Ferguson’s shooting earned her first place in Pre-Cub Compound, following in second was Aurora Bird.

Shooting in Cup Compound was first place winner Talisa Ferguson, second place winner Brianna Billy and third place winner Taylor Anweiler.

First place in Youth Barebow went to Kelly Murray.

Archer Emma Paterson’s aim earned her first place in Youth Compound.

Taking aim and placing first in Bowhunter Unlimited was Sara Wiebe. Kristy Johnson took second in this category and following in this was Wanada Borschawa.

Archer Mary Thurow took aim and fired, earning first place in Bowhunter Open.

For the Master Bowhunter Unlimited category, first place shooter was Louise Smith, followed by Cathy Schaefer in second and Dayle Campbell in third.

Archer Susan Davis took first place with a Barebow, with Lora-Lee Murray’s shooting earning her second.

Shooting for first in the Master Barebow category was Tammy Raynor, with fellow archer Donna Lundgren’s aim earning her second.

First place for Longbow went to Nikki Mobbs.

In the mens division, shooting to first place in Pee Wee Compound was Chase Kohorst, with archer Seth Johnson coming in second.

Brenen Daly’s aim earned him first place in Pre-Cub Compound. Travis Wheeler followed in second in this category and Marek Baker in third.

In Cub Barebow, first place shooter was Daniel DeKroon and following in second was Dylan Vause.

Archer Ty Thurow took first place in Cub Compound, second place archer was Michael GulBrandsen and third went to Alex Berlinguette.

Shooting for first in Youth Barebow was Braydon Chizmazia.

Andres Street took first, Denton Spiers followed in second and Branton Blacklaw’s aim earned third in Youth Compound.

For Bowhunter Open, Lee Jackman’s skills earned him first with fellow archers AJ Brazil taking second and David Wheeler coming in third.

Archer John Baker took aim and fired to earn first place in Bowhunter Unlimited. Chad St. Amand’s score followed for a second place win and coming in third was Jonathan Schaefer.

First place in Master Bowhunter Open went to Al Campsall, coming in second was Barry Beple and Layton Smith took third.

Shooting in Master Bowhunter Unlimited was first place winner Aubrey McNolty, second place shooter Chris Harrington and third place archer Glen Johnson.

First place in Barebow went to archer Fred Streleoff. Dan Mobbs score earned him second place and Gil Davis took third.

In Master Barebow, first place went to Ernie Schmid, followed by Al Fleck in second and Mike Pelchat in third.

For Longbow, Lloyd Wetton outshot the competition for a first place win, while archer Gordon Price’s skill earned him second place.

And finally, taking first in the Master Longbow was Tom Logan and following in second was fellow archer Eric Baumgartner.

 

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