ARCHERY: Arrowcats win middle, high school national titles
by Justin McGill, General Manager --
May 16, 2012 | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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The Trigg County Arrowcats earned two more national titles last weekend in Louisville at the National Archery in the Schools Championships.

The high school and middle school teams each finished first in their division, while the elementary team took 10th.

Individual scores were as follows:


291: Sarah Shipley; 289: Lucas Hyde, Shaye Patterson, Landon Sumner; 288; Jeremy Alexander, Skylar Pool; 287: Jake MacNab; 285: Ellen Shipley; 284: Chance Lancaster, Mark Ledford; 283: Matthew Brokering; 281: Jonathan Fuller, Evan Smith; 280: Kelsey Miller, Alexis Wiseman; 279: Kental Merrick; 278: Sloane Patterson; 277: Jordan Futrell; 275: Emily Holder, Brandon Schafer; 274: Kameo Bingham; 270: Brianna Messmer; 268: Patsy Banister; 260: Lexie Hyde;


291: Kaila Cunningham; 290: Clay Stevens, Elizabeth Wagoner; 287: Deanna Ladd; 286: Kimberlee Shelton; 285: Brooklyn Stevens; 284: Kayla Bingham; 278: Robert Deason, Brooklyn Skinner; 276: Austin Humphries; 275: Koryn Hatfield; 274: Shyanne Perry, Jeffery Ross; 273: Arianna Brown; 272: Lora Lee Heady, Cole Holland; 270: Braden Miller; 265: Matthew Davis, Cody Wilson; 263: Maddy Dewey; 254: Katelyn Futrell; 245: Tabby Rawlins.

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