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February 11, 2014

WC Softball Booster Club to host 3-D Archery Tournament

The Weatherford Coyotes Softball Booster Club will host its inaugural 3-D Archery Tournament on Friday, March 7, at the WC Agricultural Center located at the intersection of FM Road 51 and B.B. Fielder Road.

The entry fee is $25, and sign in begins at 8 a.m. The tournament starts at 10 a.m. and will include Traditional (long bow and recurve) and Hunter Class (compound) divisions. Trophies will be awarded for first, second and third place male and female in each division. There will also be a long-shot competition costing $5 per shot.

This is an outdoor event with simulated hunting conditions on a 30 target 3-D course. Please dress accordingly, and have your arrows –– filed tips only –– marked for identification.

For more information contact Bill Cooper at bcooper@wc.edu or at 817-313-7233. Rules and registration forms may be found at the tournament site or online at www.wcathletics.com (click on the Softball tab and then the Booster 3-D Archery Tournament tab).

The entry fee may be paid on site or send payment to: Buster Cleveland, 514 W. Water St., Weatherford, TX 76086. Make checks payable to WC Softball Boosters.

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