2018-06-13 / Families & Friends

Ian Paris is an accomplished young archer

IAN PARIS IAN PARIS Ian Paris scored 289 to finish second in the National Archery in Schools Program National Championships. In 30 shots, he hit 20 center circles.

He has won 20 first-place medals while competing in 27 tournaments this year, and was second in the NASP National Archery Tournament. He received a $2,000 prize after winning the Elementary Boys Academic Archer Award from NASP. He is one of 10 archers in the state who was honored for academics.

Ian is a fifth-grade student at Oak Hill Elementary School where he is on the honor roll and shoots for the Pulaski County Archers. He is a member of the BETA Club, the Robotics Club, and Oak Hill’s Gifted and Talented Program, and plays basketball.

He is a son of Chris and Kelli Paris, and a grandson of Ed and Susie Day Holbrook.

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