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ifishdad
03-14-2011, 02:53 PM
Is the going to be a soy in youth or eagle classes? in ASA. I thought only bow novice didnt have a soy. Also in the first 2 shoots in the south navast only had 2 eagles and banana bend had 1 if this continues will there be a eagle representive fromt he south? thx for any info.

ifishdad
03-14-2011, 03:03 PM
1. SOY ELIGIBILITY: To be eligible for SOY, the shooter will be required to shoot in a minimum of 4 shoots in any single region. The shooters 4 best scores for that region will be submitted for SOY nomination. Shooters MUST have a valid ASA number to be eligible for SOY.

2. The shooter with the highest four score total in each class eligible for SOY from each region will advance to the SOY final competition at the state championship.

3. The shooter with the highest second place aggregate score from the 3 regions (East, West, South) will also advance to the SOY final competition at the state championship. This shooter will be referred to as the "The Wild Card" shooter

4. Four shooters will advance in each SOY eligible class to the SOY final competition at the state championship. One shooter from the East, one shooter from the West, one shooter from the South, and the second place high aggregate finisher ("Wild Card Shooter") from all 3 regions will go head to head at the state championship for SOY. All scores from the regional competition will be re-set to zero and the one day state championship score will determine SOY.

5. There must be a minimum of 2 shooters advancing to the state championship SOY final competition. If there is only one shooter in a class advancing to the state championship SOY final competition there will not be a SOY final competition or SOY award for that class.

6. A shooter may compete for SOY in more than one region, but must meet the requirements listed in item # 1.

7. In the event that a shooter wins two regions that particular shooter would represent his "home" region in the SOY competition at the state championship. The second place shooter in this particular region would represent said region at the SOY competition at the state championship.

8. In the event of a tie in high aggregate score and a tie on 12/14 rings at the regional level both shooters that are tied would advance to the state championship SOY final competition.

9. Although not required by the SOY rules, it is recommended that the SOY finalists shoot on Sunday at the state championship so they may be peered group together.

There will be no Shooter of the Year competition for Bow Novice or Open C.

so according to these rules If my son COLBY shoots in atleast 4 rounds even if he is the only eagle to shoot in the south he will get to go to state and shoot against the other 3 shooters for soy. as long as there is another eagle that has made 4 shoots in the other regions

Arrowsmith
03-14-2011, 03:45 PM
Is the going to be a soy in youth or eagle classes? in ASA. I thought only bow novice didnt have a soy. Also in the first 2 shoots in the south navast only had 2 eagles and banana bend had 1 if this continues will there be a eagle representive fromt he south? thx for any info.

There is no SOY competition for the Eagle classes. There is a state championship awarded for each Eagle class.

There is a SOY competition for Youth and Young Adult.

ifishdad
03-14-2011, 03:52 PM
Well crap i ask before season started and it said there was ok you better let murph now too

ifishdad
03-14-2011, 04:07 PM
TexasBowhunter.com Community Discussion Forums > Topics > 3D/Tournament
ASA class
well crap i dont know how to post thread.
I wish everyone would get on same page. we asked before season started about this very topic. I was going to move Colby into young adult but was told there would be soy in all classes except for bow novice and open c. now after 2 shoots we are behind.

bowhuntntxn
03-14-2011, 04:12 PM
http://discussions.texasbowhunter.com/forums/showthread.php?t=193994&highlight=SOY

Is this the thread? It is mentioned several times about SOY ELIGIBLE classes, and it is never mentioned which class specifically you were asking about as I read it. Hope this helps.

Mike Javi Cooper
03-14-2011, 04:14 PM
TexasBowhunter.com Community Discussion Forums > Topics > 3D/Tournament
ASA class
well crap i dont know how to post thread.
I wish everyone would get on same page. we asked before season started about this very topic. I was going to move Colby into young adult but was told there would be soy in all classes except for bow novice and open c. now after 2 shoots we are behind.




http://discussions.texasbowhunter.com/forums/showthread.php?p=3177599&highlight=asa+class#post3177599

Arrowsmith
03-14-2011, 04:24 PM
TexasBowhunter.com Community Discussion Forums > Topics > 3D/Tournament
ASA class
well crap i dont know how to post thread.
I wish everyone would get on same page. we asked before season started about this very topic. I was going to move Colby into young adult but was told there would be soy in all classes except for bow novice and open c. now after 2 shoots we are behind.

We have never had SOY competition for Eagles at the state level since we started the SOY program.

SOY classes are as follows:

All adult classes except Bow Novice and Open C
Young Adult
Youth Boys
Youth Girls
Youth Pins

I am sorry about the misunderstanding.

huntinpool
03-14-2011, 04:25 PM
It was only speculated in your earlier post as I read it, It seemed to go away without a final answer.Personally I don't understand it if ASA does not offer a SOY award for the kids classes unless it's due to them only paying $5 entry with nothing going to the buckle fund.

bowhuntntxn
03-14-2011, 04:25 PM
If you check the SOY archives here:

http://www.texasasafederation.com/Shooter.html

There are no listing for classes lower than youth boys/girls for a SOY class.

ifishdad
03-14-2011, 04:35 PM
Both of those will work. Thanks guys. Im sure Murph62 was under same impression i was in for eagle soy