A week after nationals, Palmyra archers reflect on their victories and prepare for the future.
Each year, Butch's Sports World puts together a team of talented young archers.
Butch Herold has been sending kids to the national title matches for archery for more than a decade.
"I got out some folders the other day and looked through some kids that are 25, 26 year olds that went to state with us a long time ago, so we are talking when they were nine, ten, and eleven. We have been doing this a long time," said Herold.
His squad recently returned from its national tournament.
13 year old Cassie Hancock won a national title.
Two of her teammates followed close behind in second and third place.
"It's not a sport anymore. It is a life. I cannot see not doing it," said Hancock.
With this year's tournament over, it is time to begin preparing for the upcoming competitions.
Herold said that archery is more than just a sport to these kids.
He said it teaches them life lessons and how to handle competition in a social setting.