The West Jessamine Archery team qualified for worlds when they shot an astounding 3310 at regionals on Feb. 14-15, taking home fourth. For a second year program, this is almost unheard of. West Jessamine is currently ranked first in the state for these second year programs.
According to junior Susanna McDaniel, shooting a 3300/3600 as a team has always been a goal. Assistant Coach Harding Ison-Bowman was so determined to reach this goal that he let the archers shave his head when they achieved it.
It’s this kind of dedication that helped the archery team to accomplish this goal. Be sure to support the archery team as they continue their season at nationals and worlds.