Trigg County’s program is nationally known, as it has been published in many of the leading archery publications nationwide. It also brought home three national titles last year behind the leadership of Trigg County senior Graham Cofield, who was nearly perfect at the national competition last year.
“We need a building,” Trigg County Middle School teacher Tina Davis said, who has been active in the program since its beginning.
The “talked about” building that may come to Trigg County would be used by the United States Archery Team for practice and training before Olympic competitions. It would also provide a permanent home for Trigg County’s program.
“It’s kind of a talked-about situation,” Davis said who added that everything was in the preliminary stages and nothing is final.
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