Summer League Update

Maya Members,

The Summer League starts this week (April 28th) with your option to shoot either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at a start time that’s convenient for you.
Score cards are in the mail box by the clubhouse door, when done put your score card in the locked mail box by the clubhouse door.
This week you will be shooting the field target unit which is the one that is mostly white with a black center. Suggest you print the attached scoring information file or download to phone for reference. The score cards on the backside have some scoring information too.
Note;  Placer County has lessen restrictions due to Covid-19 allowing this type of activity provided we follow Placer County health department directives. We have posted their signage on the range at various locations for reference.

Procedure:
Pick up your score card from the mail box. Fill out information on card, for style of equipment see attached NFAA style information.
You will walk the field course shooting 4 arrows from the white stakes on each lane for a total of 14 total targets shot.
The pattern to shoot the 4 arrows may be different on each lane.
If there is only one white stake, shoot all 4 arrows from that location.
If you have 4 white stakes that progress towards the target, shoot one from the longest marker then walk up to the next white stake and shoot one arrow and continue forward shooting only one arrow from each white stake. (Walkups)
If you have 4 white stakes that parallel the target, pick one to start from, shoot one arrow and move to the next stake on the right and shoot one continue in a clockwise rotation till all 4 positions have been shot. (Fan)
Youth ages 12 to 14 (youth), you will shoot from the white stakes until you see blue stakes on some lanes, you will shoot from the blue stakes if you see this.
Youth ages 9 to 11 (cub), you will shoot from the black stakes on each  shooting lane. A few cub stakes (position) are steel plates flat on the ground. These are located on the targets #4, 5 and 6 that cross the road.
Youth under 9 (peewee), option to shoot from black stakes or move closer.
If in a group of different ages that would shoot from different colored stakes, the adults would shoot first from the longest markers and the group would progress towards the target shooting at appropriate stakes. In simple terms, always move forward on the lanes and don’t backtrack for safety reasons.
After all shooters have shot their 4 arrows, walk up and score your arrows as outlined below and from attached scoring information.
Once scored using procedures below, pull all arrows and follow safety trail to next target lane.
After completing the 14 targets, finish score card and deposit in the locked mail box at the clubhouse door.
We will enter score card data in a program and put your scorecard back in unlocked mailbox for the next time you shoot league

Scoring:
See attached scoring sheet
This is week 1, first column should say field, use this column to write scores in.
Spot line; bows with a sight attached and arrows that are in or at least touching the line of the center circle that has an “X”, count total arrows (max. of 4).
Bows with no attached sights and arrows in the center color “5” rings count as spots, (max of 4)
Score line; total of your scored arrows that are in scoring rings of target, (max. points of 20)
Running total; first line is the same as score, second line is the total of previous running number and the next score to get #2 running score, continue sequence to end.
Finish columns so you have a total for spots and score.

Questions; send email to mayaarchers@yahoo.com

Have Fun,
Robert

Field-Hunter-Animal Scoring pdf
NFAA shooting Styles pdf