Abbeville, LA -(AmmoLand.com)- On Saturday, July 25th, 2015 National Archery in the Schools (NASP) World Tournament crowned its champions and a good chunk of the hardware headed back to Louisiana.
Teams and individuals from five Louisiana schools participated in the NASP World Tournament July 22-25 in Nashville, TN. The tournament consisted of 4,871 individuals from the United States, South Africa, Namibia, United Kingdom, and Canada. Three Louisiana archers found the podium in the individual category and two schools brought home top honors.
Emma Bunch, a 5th grader from Benton Elementary was crowned as the 2015 NASP World Champion in the girls, elementary school division. Bunch shot an amazing 292, just 8 points from perfection and beat out 669 other elementary schools females to take home top honors.
Nathan Delill, an 8th grader from Buckeye High School, was awarded 3rd place in the middle school boys division. Delill was tied for 2nd place after the standard bulls eye competition that led to a shoot-off round in front of an anxious crowd. After the first round of the shoot-off, Delill was still …read more