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St. Mary's archers competing in state tournament

Mar. 4—Five archers from St. Mary's School will be competing at the Indiana National Archery in the Schools Program State Tournament March 9 in Indianapolis.

The students were invited to the state tournament based on their scores from state qualifying bullseye and 3D tournaments conducted in January.

The students advancing to the state tournament include:

Henry Dwenger, grade 5, son of Michele Holtkamp and Jason Dwenger, competing in the bullseye tournament

Jack Dwenger, grade 5, son of Michele Holtkamp and Jason Dwenger, competing in the bullseye tournament

Jack Noah, grade 8, son of Scott and Brandi Noah, competing in the bullseye tournament

Lilli Welsh, grade 6, daughter of Brittany and Zach Welsh, competing in the 3D and bullseye tournaments

Josie Wenning, grade 8, daughter of Nick and Julie Wenning, competing in the 3D and bullseye tournaments

All five students representing St. Mary's have also earned the distinction of Academic Archer for this competition season.

The St. Mary's Archery Team consists of 19 students from fifth through eighth grades and is coached by David Fuel, Nick Wenning, Zach Welsh and Jason Dwenger. — Information provided

Contact Aaron Kirchoff at aaron.kirchoff@greensburgdailynews.com