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Back to back OFSAA gold in archery for Polanyi

Friday, June 05, 2015
Categories: Great Things, Happenings @ TDSB, School Web Stories

John Polanyi CI successfully defended its OFSAA Archery title at Provincial championships where hundreds of archers competed in Ontario's top high school archery competition.  The Boys Standard team took home the Gold and a second OFSAA banner, led by Thinh Ho placing 2nd overall.  Newcomer Mike Avrakh helped secure the win by improving his score by 25% in the second half of the tournament, outscoring all archers in his category for the round and earning 6th place overall.  The entire team was made up of Grade 9 and 10 students, which was the youngest team at the tournament, and 3 were new to archery this year.

Ukie Ly also placed 7th overall in Compound Limited class.  On Day 2, Shaz Asher placed in the top 25 in Ontario, an excellent showing for someone who had just started shooting an Olympic class bow for a week.  JPCI is the only school in Ontario to offer Standard, Olympic and Compound class archery equipment and the club was just formed in 2014.  The future looks bright for the Jaguars as archery becomes part of JPCI's winning tradition.  


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