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Chapman Archery

John AndersonFebruary 26, 2023

RE: Chapman Archery Wins Clearwater Bullseye Shoot

Chapman Archery won top school honors at the Clearwater Bullseye Shoot on February 25th in Clearwater, Kansas.  One hundred and thirteen archers competed in the tournament representing Andover, Clearwater, Herington, Chapman, and Prairie Hills Middle School of Hutchinson.

In the team competition, Chapman won first place in both the high school and middle school divisions.  Individual top ten honors included:

Chapman High School Girls

1st – Reagan Morris

3rd – Syriana Olson

5th – Brigan Hanney

9th – Zoey Peterson

Chapman High School Boys

1st – Ben Griffis

2nd – Nathan Hutzenbiler

4th – Hayden Sutterfield

5th – Clayton Carson

6th – Aiden Rowley

7th – Colt Dester

8th – Turner Worden

Chapman Middle School Girls

4th – Montana Kayl

5th – Josslyn DePew

6th – Angie Griffis

7th – Madison Gardner

8th – Cady Marston

Chapman Middle School Boys

3rd – Zaidyn Olson

4th – Gerald (Junior) Gullion

5th – Cooper Smith

7th – Matthew Smith

8th – Kason Britt

9th – Thomas Randle

Other Chapman archers contributing to the tournament win included: Lane Combs, Nadia Hutzenbiler

Peighton Harris, Kayden Westfall, Adrian Williams, Kenny Worden, Ryan Westfall, Brendan Westfall, Carter Smith, Lillian Rutz, Braydon Baier, Logan Gunderson, Audrey Dester, Evelyn Schlesener, Truxton Ellis, and Sammie Hall.

Chapman Archery, in partnership with Chapman Schools, is a member of the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP).  Through archery, the program aims to improve educational performance among students by practicing focus, self-control, discipline, patience, and the life lessons required to be successful in the classroom and in life.  Chapman Archery operates through group fundraising and is led by trained volunteer coaches.  For more information, contact lead coaches Kyle Griffis or Brad Morris at [email protected].

Caption for attached picture:

  • Chapman archers and coaches, Kyle Griffis and Shelby Hettenbach, accept the top school trophy at the Clearwater Bullseye Shoot

Submitted by Jill Martinson, Chapman Archery Parent






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