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Bishop Dunne's Archery Team is ranked #1 among private schools in the state. The team travels to Belton, Texas, on April 1, 2016 for the State Championship. Photo by Bishop Dunne senior Arvin Oquindo.

Bishop Dunne Archery Team Aims High, Heads to State Competition April 1, 2016


The Bishop Dunne Falcon Archery Team will retain its #1 ranking as the top private or charter high school in State 3D Archery.  
 
At the end of day one shooting at the State 3D Archery Competition held Friday, February 12, 2016, Bishop Dunne sat at the top of the leader board with the first place boy, the first place girl, and the first place team.
 
Sophomore Thomas Lincoln led the shooting with a total of 269 points, landing all his arrows on the target with 23 out of 30 kill shots. Also turning in a fine performance was sophomore Kristen Wagner, who matched her career best score of 254 to take the top girls’ spot. Sophomore Jamar Root increased his career best by 20 points to shoot a 253.

The Falcon team was third overall behind the Allen and Ennis school districts.
 
Congratulations go to Thomas Lincoln for finishing fourth out of 263 shooters, becoming the first alternate for NASP Nationals in Kentucky, the highest ranking Archer in Bishop Dunne's Archery Team's history. Kristen Wagner placed seventh among high school girls.
  
The team heads to the State Target Competition in Belton on April 1, 2015.
 
Please congratulate Coach Baker and Assistant Coach Covington Doan and all of the team for a job well done. Team members included: Ryder Barton, Reagan Barton, Ethan Heatly, Hayden Hill, Nicholas Johnson, Thomas Lincoln, Jonathan Navarro, Jamar Root, Javier Reyes, Eshan Venkateswarlu, and Kristen Wagner.

For more information on Bishop Dunne and the Archery team, contact Coach Brad Baker at bbaker@bdcs.org. For more information on the school and it's programs see: www.bdcs.org, or www.Dunnesports.com

Bishop Dunne is hosting National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore during GEO TECH on February 25, 2016, 7:00 p.m. The Public is invited to attend.

For ticket to see National Geographic Photographer Joel Sartore, see: www.bdcs.org/geotech or contact Mary Gracheck at mgracheck@bdcs.org

 


 

 

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