There is the Lewis family after the Prince Rupert Eagle Eye Archery Club's annual shoot May 28 and 29.

Archers compete in eagle eye shoot

Members of the Terrace Whiskey Jack Archery club participated in an archery shoot May 28 and 29 in Prince Rupert.

Members of the Terrace Whiskey Jack Archery club participated in an archery shoot May 28 and 29 in Prince Rupert.

The event was the Prince Rupert Eagle Eye Archery Club’s annual shoot, and 15 Terrace members placed at the event.

Rita Wacholtz from the Terrace club said the tournament went well and was fairly well attended.

“They had some fun targets such as a dragon in a cave and a huge sasquatch walking by a bridge, although they usually try to keep to traditional northwest animals,” Wacholtz said.

The club will next head to Prince George to participate in a shoot June 18.

 

Results are as follows:

 

Allan Correia, first in men’s long bow

Jim Hansen, third in men’s recurve

Mike Lewis, first in men’s unlimited

Maggie Haley, second in women’s unlimited

Kasey Lewis, third in women’s unlimited

Cindy Hansen, third in women’s longbow

Rita Wacholtz, third in women’s recurve

Timber Lewis, third in cub’s unlimited

Tiaan Fourie, first in cub’s bowhunter sighted

Cater Durango, first in cub’s recurve

Craig Durango, second in cub’s recurve

Brome Hansen, second in pee wee barebow

Dawson Lewis, third in pee wee barebow

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