The event was a fundraiser for the club and was open to the public.
UG Supt. of Schools Brian Gray said the event was a big success.
“We had close to 60 competitors in multiple skill divisions and they had a great time,” he said. “A lot of our N.A.S.P. archers did well and we were able to raise funds for our kids. We raffled off a new Mathew’s bow and a guided hog hunt at the world-famous Heart’s Bluff Ranch. All in all, it was a great day.”
Union Grove ISD participates in the National Archery in the Schools Program and has close to 90 students involved in the after-school archery club.
Many of those students compete and represent UG at invitational and state competitions. Noah Mayhan, a third grader, will represent Union Grove at the National Archery competition in Kentucky later this month, after qualifying at the state competition held in February.
Gray said that the 3-D tournament will be an annual event and that Union Grove will host one in the Fall and in the Spring next year.
For information about the archery program, contact Brian Gray or Terri Woodfin at 903-845-5509.