Whiskey-Jack archers shoot in 3-D

Club shoots at animals in Rosswood, foam animals that is.

  • May. 28, 2012 11:00 a.m.

TIAAN FOURIE takes aim at a target at the Terrace Whiskey-Jack Archery Club’s 3-D archery shoot in Rosswood. Watching are Craig and Carter Durando.

TERRACE WHISKEY-JACK Archers welcomed 137 shooters from all over the north to their  3-D Archery Competition in Rosswood May 12 and 13.

Archers shot three rounds of a 35 3-D target course. Saturday evening included a pig roast and steak dinner for 140 people.

The top three in each category are listed below. Competitors are from Terrace unless otherwise noted.

In men’s longbow, first place was Allan Correia, second was Fred Hutchins of Prince Rupert and Scott Trent.

Men’s recurve saw Roger Britton in first place,
 Bob Hull in second and Smithers
 Jim Hansen took third.

Men’s bowhunter
 top spot went to Jaco Fourie, followed by Andy Vandermeer
 and Morgan Vandermeer.

Men’s Unlimited
 was topped by Mike Lewis followed by Mike Muir and Martin Hennig.

Women’s Unlimited
 was won by Brenda Armstrong
, second was Stephanie Olesiuk and Liz Wade came third.

Women’s recurve was won by  Rita Wacholtz, second was Erin Quinn of Prince Rupert
 and third was Lorna Sandhals.

Women’s longbow winner was Tiffany Hutchins of Prince Rupert
, second was Meghan McAlpine and third went to Beryl McLellan of Smithers

Junior longbow went to Bailey Lytle.

Junior barebow
 winner was Lodvidian Avidano.

Junior bowhunter went to (AKA) Mickey Mouse and second place was Tiaan Fourie.

Junior unlimited
 winner was Thomas Gould
, second was Liam Clunas and third was Kyle Froliich.

Junior recurve
 winner was Seth Hull of Smithers
, Angus Tweedie
 took second and Gaby Tanymon was third.

Cubs recurve
 was won by Luke Hull of Smithers and second was Kyler Trim.

Cubs longbow
 was won by Jared Lytle, second was Daelyn Lytle and third was. Liam Tweedie.

Cubs compound
 was won by Logan Clunas and second was Tim Tiljoe.

Cubs unlimited
 was won by Gavin Olesiuk
, second was Craig Durando and third was Timber Lewis.

Peewee longbow winner was Brome Hanson
,  Sierra Britton took second and Ashton McDonough finished third.

Peewee barebow went to  Dawson Lewis
, second to Ashton Tiljoe and third to Kaley Roney.

Peewee recurve went to Isac Hull of Smithers
, second to McKenna Ridler and third was Gale Ridler.

Peewee bowhunter
first place was Brnydon Lewis.

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