For the Edwards County S3DA archery squad, the National Shoot was filled with top 10 finishes, capped off with one first place finisher.
Jacob Weber earned the title of National Shooter of the Year amongst middle school shooters, while fellow EC middle schooler Wyatt Landingham took third in the standings. Elementary Edwards County shooter Blake Landingham also finished third in his respective Shooter of the Year division.
Shooters of the Year were determined by a combination of each shooter’s indoor, outdoor and 3D target scores at the event.
The team had 11 archers taking part in Nationals overall, including five outdoor shooters and an additional six joining them in taking down 3D targets.
Weber managed third place in the Middle School Male Open 3D standings and fourth in Outdoor Targets. Wyatt Landingham took second place in the Middle School Male Fixed Pins, while Blake Landingham took home third in Elementary Class Shot 3D and fourth in Outdoor Targets.
Parker Biggs took fifth place in the Elementary 3D division, with Trey Landingham also finishing with a strong score.
In High School Male Olympic Recurve, Max Fieber finished in second place. Peyton Fallen claimed seventh place in the High School Male Fixed Pins category.
Also finishing with strong scores in middle school were Alyson Williams, Campbell Biggs, Natalie Shelby and Maverick Moore.
Edwards County S3DA Head Coach Eli Landingham expressed great pride in his team’s accomplishments on the national stage.
“Congratulations to all of you for your hard work,” he stated to his team.