CBH JOAD Coaching Staff

Ken Walther CBH JOAD Head Coach
USA Regional High Performance Coach
N.A.A. Level 2
Ken has been active in the sport of archery since 1999. 
He is the owner of Ten Ring Archery LLC, an archery shop specializing in recurve equipment.  He teaches archery at various park districts and camps.  Currently, he is a US Archery Regional High Performance Coach and certified at Level 2.
He uses the B.E.S.T method.

Eric Schofield
CBH JOAD Assistant Coach USA Regional High Performance Coach
N.A.A. Level 2 Member of US Archery “Champs” Program

Eric’s first encounter with archery was with the Boy Scouts in the late 1980's.  Since October of 2006, archery has become his passion.  Eric teaches the B.E.S.T. method.  He is a member of the NAA has completed his Level 2 coaches training.  He is an active competitor and has also worked with US Archery National Head Coach Kisik Lee.  He is a veteran with distinguished service in Iraq, and currently is a Staff Sergeant in the USAR.  He is attending night school working on an associate’s degree.  He also works as an electrical tradesman in Chicago.

Gabe Querol CBH JOAD
Assistant Coach N.A.A. Level 2

Gabe has been active in the sport of archery since 1968.  He was trained by Denny Koerner and competed in the Northeastern Wisconsin area as a teen and young adult. Active as a recurve shooter, Gabe participates in many area tournaments and competitions.  He has completed his Level 2 certification and looks forward to coaching JOAD archers.

Michele Hansen
CBH JOAD Assistant Coach N.A.A. Level 2

Michele has earned her Level 2 coaching certification from the National Archery Association.  She was introduced to the sport as an adult by her daughter who is a member of the CBH JOAD program.   She is looking forward to sharing her enthusiasm for target archery with other young archers.

Tom Havel CBH JOAD Program Coordinator
N.A.A. Level 2
Member of US Archery “Champs” Program

 Tom is an active competitor in the sport of archery, participating in many local and national level tournaments.  He views his role in the CBH JOAD Program as a facilitator to help with communication between archers, parents, coaches, and the Chicago Bow Hunters board of directors and membership.

Tom Havel