Arrowcats add two more titles at NASP Nationals in Louisville
by Justin McGill, Executive Editor --
May 12, 2010 | 0 0 comments | 5 5 recommendations | email to a friend | print
Pending the results of rescanned score cards, the Trigg County Arrowcats have added two more national titles to their resume.

Trigg won in the High School and Elementary School divisions at the National Archery in the Schools Program event Saturday in Louisville. Trigg Middle finished second.

However, due to a software error with a scanner at the event, results from the event have been removed from the NASP web site and are currently under review, NASP Assistant International Coordinator John Gauthier said Tuesday. Gauthier said all 6,876 score cards will be rescanned and that about half that number had been completed as of Tuesday mid-morning.

Monday, NASP President Roy Grimes released a note announcing the review, saying the machine malfunction was first brought to the attention of NASP by a parent from Eminence and that later a Trigg coach reported the machine had awarded her team 40 more points than had been earned.

Gauthier said he expected final official results to be announced later this week. The status of Trigg’s scores was unknown at press time.

As of Saturday, TCHS had won its fourth national title and first since 2006. Trigg tied Breckenridge County but won the tiebreaker with 200 bullseyes, nine better than Breckenridge.

Individual results include: (female division) Sloane Patterson, 22nd, 285; Jennifer Hyde, 27th, 284; Breanna Messmer, 37th, 283; Ellen Shipley, 52nd, 280; Emily Shipley, 53rd, 280; Kyler Hernedon, 63rd, 278; and Alexis Wiseman, 94th, 275; (male division) Jeremy Alexander, 34th, 288; Austin Hart, 38th, 287; Matt Brokering, 42nd, 287; Jordan Futrell, 65th, 284; and Zack Fuller, 97th, 281.

In the Elementary Division, Trigg Intermediate finished 27 points ahead over Breitling School of Alabama, marking Trigg’s third overall national title in the division and second consecutive.

Individual results include: (female division) Elizabeth Wagoner, tied-16th, 279; Kaila Cunningham, 23rd, 277; Deanna Ladd, 32nd, 275; Koryn Hatfield, 43rd, 273; and Alexa Agosto, 57th, 270; (male division) Braden Miller, 33rd, 278; Clay Stevens, 35th, 278; Gabe Nolcox, 76th, 273; and Cody Wilson, 117th, 270.

Trigg Middle finished 32 points behind Ashville, Ala., but Shaye Patterson had Trigg’s best individual finish of the day, winning the division with a score of 295.

Other individual results include: (female division) Sarah Shipley, 18th, 281; Patsy Bannister, 19th, 281; Kelsey Miller, 38th, 277; Ashley Wyatt, 53rd, 274; Virginia Cundiff, 73rd, 271; and Lexie Hyde, 95th, 268; (male division) Jake MacNab, 32nd, 283; Brent Jones, 35th, 283; Skylar Pool, 38th, 282; and Devin Litchfield, 121st, 274.
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