CABOT, Ark. (KTHV) – Cabot archery instructors Tim Hobbs and Lance Schichtl will be there first to tell you handing untrained teenagers a bow and arrow isn’t the easiest decision in the world.
“There’s still fear” says Schichtl.
However since the Junior High South Archery established in 2008, it has grown from a small club to a program that instructs over 70 students during the week.
Logan Frank moved to Cabot one year ago and says he’s been hunting for years but has learned quite bit in just one year. “Finger placements on the strings, and remaining calm while shooting. Especially with the competition” says Frank.
The program is set to compete at the National Archery School Program this week in Kentucky.
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