2019 State Games of Michigan - Indoor Target Archery

The State Games indoor archery tournament took place on Feb 16-17, 2019. Results are available by clicking on the button above. Archers who earned medals but were not present at the awards ceremony either had medals sent home through representatives from their clubs/teams, or will receive an email regarding how best to get their medal to them. Pictures from the event are available on our Facebook page (West Michigan Archery Center). Thank you again for your participation.

The West Michigan Archery Center will host the indoor target archery event for the annual State Games of Michigan Winter Games.  The event will take place at the West Michigan Archery Center in Rockford, Michigan, with archers selecting a single day and time to shoot, and the awards ceremony will be Sunday, Feb. 17.

2019 Dates:

Saturday, February 16, or Sunday, February 17, 2019. A Friday evening shooting line may be opened if ALL shooting lines are filled prior to the event.  


9:00am and 1:00pm shooting lines on both Saturday and Sunday.  Registered archers should arrive at least 45 minutes prior to their shooting line.  This is to ensure time for check-in, equipment checks, and lane assignments. Walk-in registration availability will be announced through the registration website below one week prior to the tournament only if space is available.  


West Michigan Archery Center, 3500 Ten Mile Rd., Rockford Michigan (turn south at the light on Ten Mile and Wolven toward the Sports Complex, and take the drive on the first left to the center).

2016 Medalists in the State Games Indoor Tournament

2016 Medalists in the State Games Indoor Tournament

Registration and Fees

$17 for youth archers (Yeoman through Junior categories) with advanced registration (includes the State Games registration processing fee)

$20 for all other archers (includes processing fees)

Walk-in registration is $25 for youth archers, and $28 for other archers, if available.

Online registration will be available soon!

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Rules and Shooting divisions:

  • Archers will shoot a total of 60 scoring arrows (three-arrow ends using JOAD target sizes for youth archers, and FITA targets for archers in the senior category or older). 

  • The event is NOT registered as a Star FITA event with USA Archery, so participants do NOT need USA Archery memberships (as in past years). 

  • Aside from safety-related considerations, there is no specific dress code other than clothing not having offensive language or images on it. 

  • Equipment must meet FITA rules, with arrows having a diameter of 9.3mm or less (size 2315 or smaller).

  • Archers will be assigned a target, and will score in assigned groups. Archers MUST be familiar with tournament scoring (see linked document below)



Archers may register to shoot either barebow, recurve, compound, or compound w/fingers.

For all other rule considerations, check with the tournament director.


Additional Information:

For additional details, download the following:

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Age Divisions:

Archers must complete in one of the designated age categories as determined by U.S.A. Archery:

  • Yeoman (for archers who are currently 8 and under, or will turn 9 during the 2019 calendar year)

  • Bowman (archers will turn 10, 11, or 12 during the 2019 calendar year)

  • Cub (archers who will turn 13 or 14 during the 2019 calendar year)

  • Cadet (archers who will turn 15, 16, or 17 during the 2019 calendar year)

  • Junior (archers who will turn 18, 19, or 20 during the 2019 calendar year)

  • Senior

  • Master 50+

  • Master 60+

  • Master 70+

  • AR, AR1, AR2, and AR3 (various disabled categories)

  • College students may select the “Collegiate” division, regardless of age, to compete against other collegiate archers.

JOAD archers will shoot targets per JOAD rules (including distance and target size).  Senior and older archers will use the indoor FITA regulation targets.