Grauer Archery Team Wins 3rd Place at California State Competition
Grauer's High School and Middle School Archery teams competed at the California State OAS (Olympic Archery in Schools) Championships in Beaumont on Saturday, April 13, with Coach Trevor Olson and Assistant Coach Charlie M. '20. They had a great day, winning 3rd place overall in the High School competition. Some of Grauer's archers also won individual medals in different events, including:
Bennet P. '19 and Jake P. '21 - Top 5 in the High School Ranking Round
Bennet P. '19 - 2nd place Overall for High School Boys
Jake P. '21 - 3rd place Overall for High School Boys
The Archery team are preparing to compete in their final event of the year on Saturday, May 4, at the OAS National Championship competition at the Easton Center for Excellence in Chula Vista. The Middle School team will compete from 8:00-11:00am, and the High School team will compete from 11:00am to 2:00pm. Good luck to both of our teams as they go up against the best archers from across the USA!
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