Among 1,800 participants from Kentucky, Georgia, Alabama and Ohio, Trigg shooters won the national team events in high school, middle and elementary school divisions. Trigg junior Graham Cofield repeated his 2004 performance, again winning the national title as the top scoring individual among boys, shooting a 298 out of a possible 300.
One of the few top honors that didn't go to a Trigg shooter, the highest placing girl individually was Pulaski County freshman Ashley Rose. She also repeated her win from 2004, leading all female shooters with a 283.
Cofield's brother, eight-grader Grady Cofield, led all middle school boys with a 290. Trigg's Matt Kennady tied for fifth among middle school boys.
Trigg's Gentry Gray was third among high school boys.
Among middle school girls, Trigg's Anna Knickelbein, Tiffany Dankovic and Danielle Reddick were first, second and third respectively.
In elementary school individual competition, Ryan Russell of Trigg was runner-up among boys. Among elementary girls, Trigg's Kimberly Jones, Ellen Shipley and Amber Abate were third, fourth and fifth respectively.