A Poway Eagle Scout and previous Student Star for 92064 Magazine recently won the California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s National Archery in the Schools Program’s (NASP) fifth annual Virtual State Archery Tournament. Wyatt Vaineharrison set a state tournament record with his score of 296 out of 300. Wyatt is a ninth grader at Gracious Trail Academy. He volunteers as an archery instructor for the NASP instructor trainer program. With the Boy Scouts, he currently serves as chaplain aide and bugler for Troop 622, serves as boatswain for Sea Scout Ship 7907, and volunteers as an archery instructor for Cub Scouts. He also regularly volunteers with military veterans. The NASP Virtual State Archery Tournament gives students the opportunity to compete with fellow archers across the state without traveling to a remote location. They compete at their home schools as their scores are entered into a national database.