National Tournament held last weekend in Louisville, KY
May 18, 2016
Three of the four top prep archers in the nation hail from two Eastern Iowa towns separated by just 17 miles.
“It’s pretty amazing when you think about it,” said David Machart, the 18-year-old Anamosa High School senior who scored 299 out of 300 to win the high school division and first place overall in the bull’s-eye competition at the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament last weekend in Louisville, Ky.
Machart’s Anamosa teammate, classmate and friend, Trevor Wehling, 18, shot a 297 to finish second in the high school division and overall.
To read the entire story go to: http://www.thegazette.com/subject/news/3-of-nations-top-prep-archers-come-from-eastern-iowa-20160518
Congratulations David and Trevor!