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Archery tournament coming to WausauSubmitted: 03/27/2014
Story By Associated Press

WAUSAU - Arrows will be flying at Wausau West High School.

The school will host the eighth annual state tournament for NASP next week.

That's the "National Archery in the Schools Program"

It's archery curriculum for students from fourth grade on.

The state DNR says more than 500 Wisconsin schools teach it.

The tournament is set for April 4th and April 5th.

It's open to any student or school that has offered NASP this year.

Students compete for both individual and team awards.

They can qualify for the NASP national tournament in Louisville, Ky.

The NASP world tournament is scheduled to be held in Madison in July.

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