|Updated: 2/08 5:04 pm
||Published: 2/08 4:40 pm
In archery, it's all about hitting the bullseye.
If you've never tried the sport, we have a few pointers this morning from a group that knows what it's all about.
The award-winning Robinson High School archery is participating in tomorrow's Arkansas National Archery in the Schools regionals. Coach Mike Morrison and his team will be competing.
They proved to be great teachers for Deedra Wilson, who wanted to learn how to shoot a bow and arrow and find out why archery is a good sport to learn.
It's a great way to sharpen skills, build self-esteem and create a stronger atmosphere for success in the classroom.
The National Archery in the Schools Program targets students as young as the 4th grade, all the way up to high school seniors.
A little hand-to-eye coordination is all it takes. Not only will students enjoy archery in the classroom, they'll also get the chance to display their skills at a state archery tournament sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.