Thank you to EVERYONE who joined us and generously donated their time & money to the San Diego Archers fundraiser to benefit Triple B Adventures. We raised just under $2300 from registration fees, concessions, Flying Pig mulligans & prizes.
The San Diego Archers have matched this 100% and will donate $4584 to the Triple B Adventures!
Triple B Adventures is a registered 501(c)(3) organization that offers active duty military and veterans a chance to reconnect with fellow vets who also feel alone, unconnected, and isolated. It is a chance for them to get together in a scenic environment and fresh air to share in stories, laughter and veteran humor without judgment. Specifically, the program addresses the strained and broken transitional system and aims to limit veteran struggles thereby reducing veteran suicides.
The San Diego Archers would like to offer a special thank you for donations from:
La Mesa Lumber
Bow & Arrow Shop
Thank you again to all the volunteers who helped with registration, managing the donations, target set up & take down. We couldn’t do this fun event without you!
Congratulations to :
Joe Dunn – Top Male Compound Score (AMFS) & Top Score of the Shoot!
548 points but he didn’t specify number of X’s. Note: there were seventeen “20’s” on his score card. Safe to assume 1 or 2 were X’s. 😉
Clarissa Bond – Top Female Compound Score (AFFS):
476 points + 14 X’s
Peter Limone – Top Male Olympic Recurve Score (AMFSL R/L):
305 points + 3 X’s
Allison Shearer – Top Female Olympic Recurve Score (AFFSL R/L):
392 points + 3 X’s
Alexander Granick – Top Male Traditional Score (AMTRAD):
314 points + 2 X’s
Sati Ah – Top Female Traditional Score (AFTRAD):
200 points + 1 X
Bill Morgan – Top Male Barebow Score (SMBB):
292 points + 2 X’s
Allison Martin – Top Female Barebow Score (CFBB):
28 3D animal targets: 580 total points and 56 X’s possible.
Another great turnout this year!
105 archers registered, 77 scorecards turned in.
Results for Tournament (rangefinder allowed):
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Tournament Scoring Notes:
For “rangefinder not allowed” tournaments, only the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place scorers not using rangefinders will be shown.
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