12/21/16 – Updated Archery Scoring Protocol for 2016-2017
The National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) has changed its scoring protocol for the upcoming season. To accommodate our schools who compete in both NASP and KHSAA competitions, we are amending our scoring protocol to match this new standard. It is important to teach and practice this process with your archers so they can complete it quickly and accurately, and to make sure that scoring is consistent for all competitions.
One of the archers (this will be Archer A) will pick up the scoreboard from the target line.
Archer A will then call and bubble the arrows for the other archer (Archer B) without touching the arrows. Archer B will listen to the arrow values as they are called to make sure they are correct.
Archer A will then hand the scoreboard to Archer B.
Archer B will verify that the proper values were bubbled and place a checkmark in the small box to the right of that scoring end to indicate that they reviewed and agree with the scores.
Archer B will then call and bubble the arrows for Archer A without touching the arrows. Archer A will listen to the arrow values as they are called to make sure they are correct.
Archer B will then hand the scoreboard to Archer A.
Archer A will verify that the proper values were bubbled and place a checkmark in the small box to the right of that scoring end.
This process should continue for each scoring end with archers taking turns scoring first until all six (6) ends are scored. After scoring the last end, the archers need to sign both cards.
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