Open Archey League
Open Vegas League
League will start on the 28th and 30th of January at which time we will go over rules and answer any questions.
The league will run 10 weeks with a league tournament and banquet the week following the final night of scoring.
All shooters are welcome to warm up starting at 6pm with scoring starting at 7 on Thursday nights. Warm ups will start at 10am on Saturdays with scoring starting at 11am.
Targets for league scoring will be provided; however, shooters wishing to practice must purchase practice targets for 1.00.
This is a first come first serve league. The first 20 who sign up online and pay their entry fee for the league will have their spot secured. Must specify which day you want as your designated league scoring day. Once one option has 10 shooters, you will have to shoot on the other available day. This will be your league day for the season. All others will be placed on a wait list until a spot becomes available. If you try to pay for league via the link provided and cannot, then the league limit has been reached. Email Coach Billy at email@example.com to be placed on the wait list.
You will be placed on the wait list in the order the email is received.
40 dollars a person to buy into the league. 35 will go right into the pot (Non-refundable)
15 dollars a week league fees, with 5 dollars from each league fee going into the pot. (Non-refundable)
(if you would like to join Champ Class, Please contact Billy for Sign up)
80 dollars buy with 70 going to the pot. (Non-refundable)
Champ class will be 20 dollars a week league fees with 10 dollars going to the pot. (Non-refundable)
There will not be any separate classes for this league. (With the exception of the Champ Class) The league will be open. We will take the first three weeks score, average them, and then dived the league up into 4 possible brackets depending on participation. Each bracket will have a first, second, and third place winner. (Must turn in all 10 weeks scores to be eligible for payout and awards)
You must turn in 10 weeks of scores to be eligible to win. All shooters will be allowed 2 make up missed days. Make ups must be scheduled with Coach Billy to be accepted. More details will be provided at the league meeting prior to the first day of scoring for Thursday night and Saturday morning.
We will have a League Championship Shoot up Tournament at the end of the season with a separate entry fee and payout. You do not need to shoot the league tournament if you choose not to. It will not be associated with your league scores or standings.
We reserve the right to deny or remove shooters from the league.
Please review Rules before Joining our League
All Score cards must be filled out in their entirety. First and Last name, date, and all scores to include X count must be filled in. Both the Shooter and the Scorer must sign off on the scores or they are invalid and the shooter will receive a zero score and zero X count. If you fail to add your score up, do not fill out a score or X count for an end, it will be counted as a zero and that will be final. Championship Class will count the X as 11 points!
A judge will make all decisions on scoring questionable arrows; their decisions are final.
All arrows must remain in the target, untouched, until scoring is completed.
Any archer intentionally touching any questionable arrow or any part of the target assembly (including other arrows, faces, pins, mat or stand) will result in the questionable arrow being scored in the lower scoring area. If it happens more than once, then the archer will be disqualified.
The three-spot target face is scored on the gold (10,9), red (8,7), and blue (6) rings. The target face must be placed on the mat in an upright position.
Arrows must touch the line to be in the next highest scoring area.
Any arrow that passes beyond the shooting line a distance greater than 10 feet as measured to the closest part of the arrow, will be considered a shot arrow. See mark on the floor.
If an arrow is embedded in the target beyond the nock, a judge must be called and the arrow should not be touched. If the arrow is touched before the judge arrives, then the arrow is not scored. If a judge cannot determine the value of that arrow, it will be considered a pass through and will be re-shot. No arrows will be pushed back.
Bounce outs can be shot again at the end of regulation shooting.
Each competitor must complete and sign his own scorecard. Both scorers must also sign it. When there is a difference on the two cards, the lowest score must be taken. Paper scorecards must be turned in after league scoring or makeup. To be considered valid, all score cards must be signed by the shooter and the scorer. Once card is signed and tuned in, there will be no changes allowed.
All scoring on the official scorecard must be completed in ink. Any changes on the official scorecard must be agreed upon and initialed by all archers in the scoring group. Any archery turning in an incorrect scorecard will be subject to disqualification.
Equipment Failure: In the event of equipment failure, step back from the shooting line and raise your bow above your head. A judge will come to your assistance. The archer will have 15 minutes of repair time without holding up the tournament. One practice end will be allowed. The archer shall be allowed to shoot any arrows missed during the 15 minutes. All make-up arrows will be shot at the end of the round. Equipment failure is not allowed during championship shoot offs, judges decisions are final. There will be no allowance for equipment failure in shoot offs.