We had 32 shooters turn in score cards out of 43 cards taken for the first week of summer league.
Please turn in your score card after you have shot the league for the week.
Scores are posted on Maya web page http://mayaarchers.com/?page_
Not a problem if you missed the first week, start this week or?.
Summer League week #2 (May 5th) with your option to shoot either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday at a start time that’s convenient for you.
Your score cards are back in the mail box by the clubhouse door, find your card and continue. New shooters, get a new score card from mail box and start with column #2. When done put your score card in the locked mail box by the clubhouse door.
This week you will be shooting the Hunter target unit which is the one that is mostly black with a white center. Suggest you print or download the scoring information from Maya link: NFAA field score matrix . The backside of the score cards have some scoring information too.
Pick up your score card from the mail box. New shooters choose a new card and fill out information on card .
You will walk the field course shooting 4 arrows from the Red 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 Red stake, shoot all 4 arrows from that location.
If you have 2 Red stakes that progress towards the target, shoot 2 arrows from the longest marker then walk up to the next red stake and shoot 2 more arrows. (2 position walk up)
If you have 4 Red stakes that progress towards the target, shoot one from the longest marker then walk up to the next Red stake and shoot one arrow and continue forward shooting only one arrow from each stake. (Walkups)
If you have 4 Red 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)
Target #7 (Birdie), there is one red stake marked for yardage. Pick a vertical line of 4 targets, shoot one arrow in each target either starting at the top or bottom and in order. The order of arrows shot must be followed regardless of misses or wrong target shot or your score will be affected.
Youth ages 12 to 14 (youth), you will shoot from the Red 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 shooting 4 arrows walk up and score your arrows. Only pull arrows after all arrows are scored in your group.
Once scored and arrows are removed, follow safety trail to next target lane.
After completing the 14 targets, finish score card and deposit in the locked mail box.
See link to scoring above
This is week 2, second column should say hunter, use this column to write scores in.
Spot line; bows with sights 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 sights and arrows in the center color “5” rings count as spots, (max of 4)
Score line; total of scored arrows that are in scoring rings of target, (max. of 20)
Running total; first line is the same as score, second line is the total of previous running number and the next score, continue sequence to end.
Birdie target #7; 1 Arrow should be in each target on a vertical line. Arrows shot out of order are scored “0”, 2 or more arrows in same target face, only the lowest score arrow is scored, all others are scored “0”.
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