2012 OAS Mail-in Tournament Results


The 2012 OAS Mail-in Tournament has now come to a close! A huge thank you to all of our schools who participated! We are always excited to see new archers compete as well as see experienced ones improve each year.

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This year 167 archers competed! In our first Mail-in tournament in 2010, we had 87 participants and then 101 in 2011. So we are thrilled to see the competition continue to grow.

In the high school division, John Muir School from San Diego would take top honors in both the boys and girls divisions. Leading the boy’s category was Stefan George, our 2012 CA State Champion, with a 331/360. For the girls, Sabrina Santacruz finished on top with a 237/360.

For middle school archers, the number of competitors more than doubled for both divisions! In the boy’s division, there was a tight race between First Christian Academy (FCA) in FL and Almeria MS in CA. Both of these schools have had strong programs each year, and this time First Christian Academy would finish in first with Tyler Levanduski’s score of 338/360. Emily Keene, also from FCA, finished in first for the girls with a 287/360.

The elementary school division also saw a large increase in participation. Archers from First Christian Academy and Joseph Williams jostled for the top spots. In the end, archers Aidan Collins (328/360) and Reagan Waldron (291/360) from FCA, would finish in first for the boys and girls divisions respectively.

This year we also introduced the coach’s division so that coaches could play as well! They had the choice of shooting at either 18 meters or 9 meters. For 18 meters, Coach Francoi Vanleene, from the San Diego French American School, set the bar at 304/360. At 9 meters, Coach Pat Combs from First Christian Academy, shot a 328/360 which just barely beat Coach Isaac Selva’s (from Westwood) score of 328/360 due to the number of 10’s shot, Pat’s 16 tens to Isaac’s 6 tens.

Congratulations to all of our archers and coaches who participated in the 2012 OAS Mail-in Tournament! We hope that this competition has been a fun chance for you to test your skills and prepare for the league season in the spring. Continue to shoot straight and aim for gold in archery and in life.

~ the OAS staff