Southeastern Shooters Get Bowed UpMatt Boster
Posted by: Matt Boster
Date: Mar 06 2014 11:07 AM
DOTHAN, Mar 06, 2014 - Sportsman's Outfitters, in conjunction with the Dothan Junior Olympic Archery Development (JOAD) program, will host the National Field Archery Association's State and Sectional indoor archery tournament on Friday, March 7 and Saturday, March 8.
At least 30 archers from Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and Tennessee will compete in three youth divisions and three adult divisions, using either compound bows or recurve bows. The tournament will be held at the new indoor archery range at Sportsman's Outfitters, which is located at 1975 Ross Clark Circle in Dothan.
The NFAA is the largest field archery association in the world, and in recent years only offered the Alabama state/sectional indoor tournament in Prattville. This year, thanks to Mike Stone, coach of the Dothan JOAD program, and Andy Vinson of Sportsman's Outfitters, the tournament will be held simultaneously in Dothan and Prattville. Archers must be registered either with USA Archery, or with the National Field Archery Association in order to compete; however, NFAA registration will be available at tournament registration for those who are not current members. Shooting times are Friday at 6pm, and Saturday at 9am, 1pm and 5pm. Archers wishing to shoot for both the Alabama State and Southeastern Sectional will shoot Friday night, and again on Saturday. Shooters should arrive 45 minutes early for registration.
Registration for the tournament is $35.00 for State only, or $70.00 for both State and Sectional. NFAA registration, for those needing to sign up, is $45. For more information, please contact Mike Stone at 334-718-5216, Andy Vinson at Sportsman's Outfitters 334-699-1374, Marcie Harris Nye at 334-791-0578, or email Mike at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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