Cooper Lewis, CES Fifth Grader, places 4th at NASP 3-D Nationals
Cooper Lewis, Chapman Archery Fifth Grader, placed 4th at the NASP 3-D National Tournament with a score of 286 out of 300. Cooper competed against well over 1000 other elementary students from across the nation in Louisville, KY on May 10-12. NASP has been in existence since 2002 and there were 15,400 archers competing in 3 divisions at the Annual National Tournament. In addition to his finish in the National competition, Cooper was crowned the Kansas NASP State Bullseye/Target Champion in the Elementary Division which was held in Pratt, KS April 7, 2018.
“We are very proud of Cooper, as well as being extremely proud of all of our students who are in our NASP Archery Program in the Chapman Schools,” stated Andy Fewin, Director and Sponsor of Chapman Archery.
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