Archery Blog Updates
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 22, 2015
The 2015 KHSAA Archery State Championships will be held tomorrow morning at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington. The competition begins at 9 a.m. with the first of four hour-long flights. The four teams with the highest overall scores across the opening flights will advance to the championship round, scheduled for 2:30 p.m., followed by an awards presentation for the top three teams and the top eight individuals.
Live results for the event will be available at http://khsaa.org/2015-complete-khsaa-state-archery-results/
A complete list of lane assignments can be found at http://khsaa.org/archery/2015/laneassignments.pdf
The championship program can be viewed at http://khsaa.org/Publications/Programs/20142015/Archery/issue1/index.html
Following the event, highlights of the championship will be available through KHSAA.tv.
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About the Kentucky High School Athletic Association
The Kentucky High School Athletic Association was organized in 1917 and is the agency designated by the Kentucky Department of Education to manage high school athletics in [...]
The information and instructions for the 2015 KHSAA Postseason Archery Tournaments have been posted online. You can access the information by going to the archery page of the KHSAA website. I would strongly suggest that all competing schools download the files to ensure that you are aware of all KHSAA rules regarding these tournaments.
Contact information for your Region:
Those of you who will serve as Regional Managers will find your instructions have also been posted to the archery page.
Best of luck to you for the remainder of the season. Keep looking to this blog for further updates as we get closer to the Regional and State Tournament.
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The mandatory Online KHSAA Rules Clinic for the sport-activity of Archery is available beginning today, February 2nd. Below is additional information:
February 2 to March 8 – the Archery Clinic will be online only and may be viewed at no charge during this period.
March 9 to March 29 – the Archery Clinic will be online only and may be viewed for the makeup fee ($100) during this period.
March 30 to April 6 – the Archery Clinic will be online only and may be viewed for the makeup fee ($200) per the Bylaw 27 schedule during this period. After this time, postseason penalties per Bylaw 27 will apply.
The presentation can be viewed on most PC or Mac desktops and laptops, along with many HTML5 enabled mobile devices and tablets (to view system requirements click on the Resources tab from within the clinic once the clinic has started).
Once you advance to the last slide of [...]
Frequently Asked Questions (as of January, 2015)
This list may be updated as topics or information arises.
Is the KHSAA now sponsoring an Archery championship?
Yes. Competition is held in a single division, with appropriate assignments to regions each year once participation numbers are determined.
With the KHSAA now sponsoring an Archery championship, does that make Archery exactly the same as all other sports and activities within the school?
The management of individual teams within a school is a local decision. School administrators will decide about issues such as compensation, travel allowances and other benefits in compliance with federal, state and locally adopted policies. Nothing about the KHSAA adding this sport activity makes anything “automatic” within a school or school district.
The KHSAA has deliberately drawn a distinction between sports and sport-activities to make sure that the positive aspects of making the activity available isn’t somehow overshadowed by local policy [...]
The KHSAA Board of Control finalized competition rules and a new alignment for the sport-activity of Archery in a meeting at the Association’s headquarters on Wednesday. After extensive review, the newly approved competition rules for Archery, which include the elimination of charging competitors to compete at tournaments and the desire to conduct an autonomous state championship, will go into effect this season.
Updated competition rules and a revised alignment for Archery can be found at the following link:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 28, 2015
The KHSAA Board of Control finalized competition rules and a new alignment for the sport-activity of Archery in a meeting at the Association’s headquarters on Wednesday morning. After extensive review, the newly approved competition rules for Archery, which include the elimination of charging competitors to compete at tournaments and the desire to conduct an autonomous state championship, will go into effect this season.
Updated competition rules and a revised alignment for Archery can be found at the following link:
The 2015 KHSAA Archery State Championship will be held Thursday, April 23rd at the Kentucky Basketball Academy in Lexington.
In other action taken on Wednesday, the Board of Control:
• Accepted a recommendation from staff to modify the field size requirements for hosting regional soccer tournaments. Following the Board’s acceptance, the minimum field width requirement to host a regional soccer tournament will be reduced to a range of [...]
As the school year begins, and for planning purposes we would like you to be aware of some important changes for the postseason in Archery. Due to some potential misinformation that is being circulated, we felt it better to communicate this information when it becomes available instead of waiting until the season actually begins later in the year.
The KHSAA archery tournament dates and basic management are being adjusted, particularly with respect to scheduling. The KHSAA, along with our partners at KY Fish and Wildlife and the NASP are trying to move our tournaments to a time with less conflict with other sports and sport-activities and to make the events truly KHSAA events. In the end, these moves will create even more shooting opportunities for our high school archers while changing/eliminating the cost element to many of the participants. KHSAA, KY Fish and Wildlife and NASP are working together to make sure that all of these [...]
With the Kentucky Department of Education’s statewide ACT test date being set at this time for Tuesday, March 18th, we want to make sure our member schools understand our commitment to their academic success. The KHSAA Archery State Championships are held in conjunction with the National Archery in Schools Program Championships at this present time because of their ability to acquire the needed facilities and necessary targets for such a large event. With that said, the KHSAA Championships will be held on the first day of the two-day KYNASP archery event being held on the 17th and 18th of March.
To alleviate any confusion over the dates and times for this year’s state Archery Championships, please make note that the KHSAA competition will take place on Monday, March 17th. The first flight will begin at 3 p.m. local time and the last KHSAA competitors will shoot at 6 p.m. Any of those KHSAA schools who [...]
Coaches and Regional Managers, please review the links to information about the Archery program found on the Archery page of the KHSAA website. http://khsaa.org/sports/sports-activities/archery/
The information and instructions for the 2014 Regional Tournaments have been posted on line. You can access the information by going to the Archery page of the KHSAA website. You will be able to find Regional Contact information and other pertinent information for both the Regional and State Championships. Please make yourself familiar with the Archery page and the available links.
There seems to be some confusion among a few of our member schools as to whether they must follow the KHSAA Bylaws if they are not planning on participating in the post season tournament. Regardless if your school chooses to participate or not, you by being a member school, must follow the bylaws that are applicable to the Sport Activity of Archery. These include:
Currently, the following KHSAA Bylaws apply to Archery teams and all other sport activities -
Bylaw 1 (Responsibility for Eligibility);Bylaw 2 (Age, per state law);Bylaw 4 (Enrollment Requirements );Bylaw 5 (Minimum Academic Requirement);Bylaw 12 (Physician’s & Parental Consent Form and Insurance requirement);Bylaw 14 (Other eligibility Requirements And Regulations);Bylaw 15 (Practice of Sportsmanship);Bylaw 16 (Recruitment/Undue Influence);Bylaw 17 (Certification of Eligibility);Bylaw 18 (Submission of Reports);Bylaw 21 (Protests);Bylaw 22 (Contests, Sanctions,Rules, Forfeitures, Faculty To Accompany);Bylaw 23 (Limitation of Season);Bylaw 24 (Summer Activities);Bylaw 25 (Coaching Requirements);Bylaw 27 ( Request for Rulings);Bylaw 27 (Penalties)
Last school [...]
KHSAA Partners With First String Media, PrepSpin.com For Enhanced Web Streaming Network
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: DECEMBER 3, 2013
Through a new venture launched prior to the start of the 2013-14 season, the KHSAA has transitioned its online video broadcast network (KHSAA.tv) to an internal operation through a new partnership with First String Media and PrepSpin.com. After outsourcing its championship webcasts in previous seasons, this year’s championship events will feature live video streaming and highlight packages produced internally through the new partnership. Live video streaming, archived broadcasts and highlight packages will remain free of charge through the Association’s website.
KHSAA.org will remain the exclusive home for live video streaming of KHSAA Championship events, with live championship coverage of 11 events, and post-event highlight packages provided for six other sports and sport-activities. Live video streaming will be available for a total of 41 games during the 2013-14 season through [...]
07/23/13 – New Track/XC Alignment Approved; Football Draft Alignments; Tackett Receives New 4-Year Contract
New Track/XC Alignment Approved; Football Draft Alignments To Begin; Commissioner Receives Extremely Favorable Evaluation
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: JULY 23, 2013
The Board of Control conducted its July meeting on Monday at the Bank of Kentucky Center on the campus of Northern Kentucky University. Among the various topics addressed was the finalizing of a new alignment for Track and Field/Cross Country for the upcoming 2013-14 season.
Following months of review, a survey of the member schools, and consideration of all of the suggested amendments, the Board of Control adopted a revised alignment for Track & Field/Cross Country to take effect for postseason competition in the fall of 2013. Originally, a draft alignment was developed which would have minimized differences in enrollment between the largest and smallest schools in Class 1A and Class 3A. However, the feedback from the membership was more favorable to the current system [...]
03/18/13 – Inaugural KHSAA Archery Championships; KY HS Volleyball Teams Raise Money Through Dig Pink®; KHSAA To Host 2017 NASO Summit
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 18, 2013
First-Ever KHSAA Archery Championships Begin Today In Louisville
The inaugural KHSAA Archery State Championships begin this week (March 18-19) at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville (221 Fourth Street). In its first year as a KHSAA-sponsored sport activity, the Association has partnered with the KY National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) to manage the KHSAA State Championship in conjunction with the National Field Archery Association Championships in Louisville.
The competition begins at 3 p.m. on Monday, with Tuesday’s action scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. Over 1,000 student-athletes are expected to participate in the event, as qualifiers for the tournament include the regional team champions and all squads that scored over 3,000 points at the regional competition. Male and female individuals placing 1st through 5th also qualified for the KHSAA State Championship.
Tickets to the event are $5 per day as set by the NASP, [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 11, 2013
2013 Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet 16® This Week In Bowling Green
The Houchens Industries/KHSAA Girls’ Sweet Sixteen® State Basketball Tournament returns to E.A. Diddle Arena in Bowling Green this week (March 13-16). DuPont Manual heads to the campus of Western Kentucky University hoping to defend its 2012 state title, while Marion County enters the tournament with a perfect 35-0 record.
First round action will take place Wednesday and Thursday, with sessions beginning at 12:00 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. (CT). Quarterfinal action on Friday starts at 12 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., followed by two Semifinal games on Saturday at 10 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Tip-off for Saturday night’s championship game is slated for 8 p.m.
Free live video from all 15 games will be available at khsaa.tv, with an audio feed of the KU/KHSAA Radio Network broadcast available at khsaa.ezstream.com. For more information, including pre-tournament stats, rosters [...]
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To All Athletic Directors and/or NASP Coaches:
We would like to invite any interested individuals to attend a BAI (Basic Archery Instructors) NASP certification class. We will be holding this class on November 17, 2012 from 8 am until 3:30 pm in the SCMS gymnasium (the address is attached below). Completion of this class will certify individuals as BAI NASP instructors.
The fee to participate is $80 and must be received by SCHS no later than November 1 so that materials can be ordered. Checks should be made out to Ralph Nash. SCHS or the instructor will provide all equipment for use during this training. This class will be conducted by Coach Ralph Nash who is a certified BAIT (Basic Archery Instructor Trainer) NASP coach as well as a level 3 USA Archery coach.
Please feel free to contact the school for any questions and direct emails to email@example.com. We look forward to learning more [...]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: AUGUST 23, 2012
ARCHERY BECOMES LATEST CHAMPIONSHIP SPORT-ACTIVITY
Kentucky’s elementary, middle and high schools have enjoyed archery competition for nearly a decade. Beginning with the 2012-2013 school year the chance to compete for a KHSAA state championship will become reality.
The KHSAA will add archery as a varsity sport-activity starting this year, Commissioner Julian Tackett announced in a Thursday morning press conference. Archery joins competitive cheer and bass fishing, which are holding their first KHSAA-sanctioned state championships in late January and April, respectively, as the newest sport-activities offered by the Association along with bowling that had its first KHSAA championship in 2012. Kentucky becomes one of the first states nationally to offer archery as a varsity sport-activity. The regional and state competitions will take place in late February and early March.
“We are thrilled to be able to add archery to our growing list of sport-activities,” said Tackett. “It’s [...]
PRESS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED FOR AUGUST 23
A press conference has been scheduled for Thursday, Aug. 23, at 10 a.m. at the KHSAA office in Lexington. Representatives from the KHSAA, the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) and the KY chapter of NASP will be in attendance to discuss the latest KHSAA sanctioned sport-activity offering. The press conference will be broadcast live on www.KHSAA.tv.
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For more information contact Elden May at 859-299-5472.