Grauer's High School and Middle School Archery teams competed in their first archery meets of the season on February 11. Grauer archers shot incredibly well, and displayed a very high level of character and sportsmanship.
Grauer Archery Teams Compete in Their 1st Competition of the 2023 Season
From Trevor Olson, Archery Coach and Athletic Director:
Grauer's High School and Middle School Archery teams competed in their first archery meets of the season on February 11, on our home archery range. What a fun and exciting day it was! Not only did Grauer archers shoot incredibly well, they also displayed a very high level of character and sportsmanship both on-and-off the range. Coach Eric and I received numerous compliments from the parents at High Tech High regarding how kind and supportive our students were, and for me, that is better than winning. Well done, Grauer Archers!
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