2011 OAS Mail-in Tournament!!!
Get ready for our second OAS Mail-in tournament!
Last year we held our very first Mail-in Tournament and saw some great competition from all of you. This year we have even more schools in the OAS program which should make this Mail-in even more exciting.
This year the tournament will run for the entire Fall Semester (August 1st to December 1st) so that more students can participate. This is also to make it easier for teachers so that they can hold their archery classes anytime throughout the semester or even hold multiple sessions. Our new OAS Curriculum has also been launched this year and the Mail-in Tournament is a fun way to finish that class.
Here are the 1st place winners from last year’s tournament. Let’s see if these scores can be beaten!
BOYS — Devon Domenech with a 286 from Newberry High
GIRLS — Arley Daughetry with a 273 from Newberry High
BOYS –Isaiah Dupont with a 345 from Westside Waldorf School
GIRLS — Leigh Ann Luong with a 343 from Simi Valley Adventist School
BOYS — Xavier Moore with a 94 from Hale Academy
Complete scores from last year’s Mail-in Tournament can be found HERE.
2011 OAS Mail-in Tournament
How to Particpate:
Step 1 — Register Online
Step 2 — Have official scoring days for your students. These can be held anytime between August 1st and December 1st. Each student is only allowed to submit one score.
Step 3 — Submit your scores : Download the Scores Excel Sheet and fill it in with all of your students’ scores. Then email this to Keaton Chia (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Step 5 — Look out for results and announcements. After all of the scores are compiled, medals will be sent out to the overall top 10 finishes in each division (boys/girls & Elementary/Middle/High).
Step 6 — We would love pictures from your school! If you do send pictures to us, please make sure all students/parents have signed the Photo Release Form.
36 Arrows — either 6 ends of 6 arrows or 12 ends of 3 arrows
122cm Target Face
9 meters for Middle School & Elementary (Elementary is Florida ONLY); 18 Meters for High School
2 minutes for 3 arrows ends or 4 minutes for 6 arrow ends
*to save the file, click FILE in the top-left and download original*
Thank you all for your continued support and participation in OAS! We’re excited for this new school year!
~ the OAS Staff
For questions please feel free to contact us.