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Wildcat Archers Hold ‘Youth Fun Day’ at Field House


A young archer is instructed by Penn College assistant coach Brian Parker An enthusiastic Young Hunter Education Challenge participant Wildcat archery coach Chad Karstetter talks with youths in the college's Field HouseThe Penn College archery team hosted a Youth Fun Day at the Field House at 6 p.m. Thursday, March 3. More than 25 young archers from the Youth Hunter Education Challenge attended the activity, which included the first-ever Penn College Pro/Am. The archery team set up three stations for nine teams (one college archer and three youths from the YHEC group). Coach Chad Karstetter talked about the Penn College archers’ experiences and explained the college-level program. The archery team also offered a few fun games in which teams shot head-to-head against one another. “Since I started coaching here at Penn College, I had the chance to work with a few organizations and with some young archers. I always thought it would be fun to get the young groups hooked up with the (Wildcat) archery team and do some fun events,” Karstetter said. “Everyone including myself had a great time. Many of the YHEC group members asked if we would do this again in the future.”
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