The Cincinnati Archery Club will resume meeting on Wednesday, February 5th at Chase Elementary (4151 Turrill St, Cincinnati, OH 45223) at 6:00 PM.
All are welcome and there is no fee for guests and visitors. The Archery Club provides Genesis bows and arrows. Trained instructors and coaches are on hand to help even beginners learn the basics and the joys of archery.
Archery Boosters of Cincinnati was pleased to bestow upon Megan Klein the honor of being the Hamilton County Champion at our tournament this month. Megan was the top shooter from the more than 50 archers who participated and will receive a certificate of recognition as the inaugural Hamilton County Champion! This performance makes Megan Klein our April, 2018 Archer of the Month.
The first annual Cincinnati Invitational and Hamilton County Championship was completed this past weekend. Over 50 archers competed in this first ever tournament in Cincinnati. Archers included students from elementary school to high school and displayed skill and dedication. Archery Boosters of Cincinnati congratulates all of these archers for their fine performances.
Awards and Recognitions
1st Place Team ………….. Walnut Hills High School
Hamilton County Champion …………. Megan Klein
Perfect 50 ………………………………………………. Evan
Just a quick note that the Cincinnati Invitational will be taking place this weekend. Good luck to all the archers from Sacred Heart, Sardinia Elementary, Walnut Middle, Walnut High and Eastern Local Middle!
ABC would like to congratulate Alex Reverman as our archer of the month for March 2018. Alex shot a 269 (out of 300) to lead the Walnut Hills squad in the Milan Indians WarPath Shootout in Milan, Indiana. Congratulations Alex Reverman!
Students interested in getting involved with archery need to use the right equipment. NASP recommends students start with a Genesis compound bow and arrows. Advanced archers will step up to higher equipment. See the Genesis Web site for details.
ABC would like to congratulate Deya Gueye as our first archer of the month! Deya shot a 276 (out of 300) to lead the Walnut Hills squad in the Cougar Classic in Greensburg, Indiana. This is Deya’s second year shooting with Walnut Hills and has a promising archery career ahead of her. Congratulations Deya Gueye
The mission of the Archery Boosters of Cincinnati (ABC) is to promote the educational and health benefits of participation in the sport of archery in Cincinnati, Ohio and surrounding areas as follows:
- Promote awareness of archery programs through hosting or supporting informational or community events.
- Purchase and distribute archery equipment to approved public bodies such as schools and community or recreation centers.
- Fund training for new coaches on the rules and practices of archery, or education for teachers and counselors on the physical, mental and social benefits of archery.
ABC sees a future where all Cincinnati are high schools and middle schools offer archery programs in their schools and where the Cincinnati area offers a robust and internationally competitive program for exceptional archers at or near an Olympic level.
The Walnut Hills Eagles archery team is in its third year of existence. Already this exceptional team has sent one athlete to compete at the National Tournament and hopes to see the entire team compete there this year. The Walnut Hills Eagles are also the first recipient of an Archery Boosters of Cincinnati grant under our team shirt support program. Archery Boosters of Cincinnati will supply a grant of up to $350 for the purpose of purchasing team shirts or jerseys to a Cincinnati area archery team where 50% or more of the parents/guardians of athletes are members of ABC.
ABC is currently working on our third archery tournament, the NASP-sanctioned Cincinnati Invitational and Hamilton County Championship.
When: December 2020
Where: Chase Elementary (4151 Turrill St, Cincinnati, OH 45223)
More details will be provided in the coming months.