9th Annual State Scholarship Championship
Thursday, March 6, 2014
Hosted By: The Texas Archery in the Schools Program
Register online at www.nasptournaments.org
Major rule changes from last year are written in Italics.
- Bell County Exposition Center
301 West Loop 121
Belton, TX 76513
Directions at: www.bellcountyexpo.com
- February 15, 2013. Participating schools will select a shooting time and flight when registering on-line at www.nasptournaments.org: Flight #1-9:00 am; Flight #2-10:10 am; Flight #3-11:20 am; Flight #4-1:00 pm; Flight #5-2:10 pm; Flight #6-3:20 pm
Shooters must be ready to march to their lane assignment 15 minutes before their assigned shooting time. To meet this line-up time requirement, schools should arrive at the tournament registration desk at least 1 hour before their shooting time.
- This tournament is the annual "culminating event" for schools participating in the NASP. The basic foundation of the NASP is the in-school archery unit. Therefore, schools that teach archery as part of the in-school curriculum are qualified to compete in this tournament. This tournament is not for schools or clubs that offer archery only as an after-school activity.
- This tournament is for NASP schools that have participated in the state Qualifying Tournament held prior to the state tournament and have been invited to attend the state tournament. For details about the Qualifying Tournament contact firstname.lastname@example.org
- Teams or Individuals will register in either the Elementary (4th&5th grade), Middle (6-8th grade), or High School (9-12th grade) Division. A student in a lower grade may shoot for a team in his or her school district that is in a higher Division but not vice versa. Schools that cannot field a team may have students compete for Individual awards.
- Schools are encouraged to bring adult volunteers to assist.
- Team: NASP archery teams must contain 12-24 students, at least 4 of which must be of the opposite gender. Team members must be determined at the time of registration. Substitutions may be made at Check In for no shows. No substitutions or changes may be made after the tournament begins.
- Registration will be on-line at www.nasptournaments.org. Instructions will be emailed prior to the registration window.
- Registration window: January 13, 2014 – Feb 7, 2014.
- The registration fee is $25 per student, payable in one check for total of all students, to the Texas Archery In Schools Program postmarked by Feb 14, 2014. Schools will have the option of creating an invoice when they register on-line. Mail payments to: TASP C/O Teresa Meyers, 6140 Dick Price Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76140.
Texas State Scholarship Championship Awards:
- Individual awards will be presented to the top three boys and girls in each of the three age divisions.
- 1 team trophy is awarded to each of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place teams in each division.
- Scholarships will be given to the top four boys and girls in the high school division. ($10,000 in scholarships was awarded in 2013 and $60,000 total to date!)
- TX-NASP representatives will visit each winning school to present awards following the tournament.
Archery Tournament Registration Help and Frequently Asked Questions
- The Archery Tournament Registration will be on line to allow school archery coaches to register students to compete in the State Archery in the Schools Tournament at www.nasptournaments.org
- If you have questions concerning registration please contact Teresa Meyers at email@example.com, 817-478-2514. (deleted other number)
Frequently Asked Questions
How do we pay the tournament registration fee?
Schools will have the option of creating an invoice when they register on-line. Mail payments to: TASP C/O Teresa Meyers, 6140 Dick Price Rd, Fort Worth, TX 76140.
What is attending school?
The attending school is the school in which the student is enrolled.
What is a division?
There are three divisions in this archery tournament; Elementary (4th&5th grade), Middle (6-8th grade), or High School (9-12th grade). Individual and team competitions will occur within these three divisions.
What is a flight?
A flight is a shooting time. There will be six shooting times or flights during this tournament, Flight 1 @ 9:00 a.m., Flight 2 @ 10:10 a.m., Flight 3 @11:20 a.m., Flight 4 @ 1:00 p.m., Flight 5 @ 2:10 p.m., Flight 6 @ 3:20 p.m.
What is a flight preference?
A flight preference is your choice of one of the four flight times 9:00, 10:10, 11:20, 1:00, 2:10 or 3:20. You can add your entire school to a single flight preference or you may add your school to different flights.
What if my Flight preference is unavailable?
If your Flight Preference is not available we will attempt to honor your next Flight Preferences.
What do I do if two shooters will be using the same bow?
If two shooters are using the same bow, they should be assigned to the different flights.
What are "shooter A" and "shooter B"?
Within a lane set, there are two students shooting, shooter A and shooter B, from different schools. In other words, there are two students per target, an "A" and a "B."
What if my team has one or more members shooting up on a higher division team? For example, a 5th grade student "up" on a Middle (6th-8th grade) team.
This student will be considered a middle school team member and an elementary individual. This student could win a team award in the middle school division and an individual award in the elementary division.
Why must a team contain 12-24 team members if only 12 members' scores will be added to constitute the team score for the competition?
The NASP promotes inclusion of many students of all genders and abilities. By requiring teams to have more members than are scored, it is hoped that schools will include members on the teams that might not otherwise be able to participate. In other words, a team member whose score might not be high enough to include in the team's score, won't reduce the team's final ranking.
What else can we do in Belton?
Attractions and Things To Do: http://belton.texas.com
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