It was the second sweep in school history, with the first coming in 2005. In the 10 years since the school’s first title, Arrowcat teams have captured 18 state championships. For the high school, the 2013 title is the first since archery became sanctioned by the Kentucky High School Athletic Association.
Trigg scored 3237 points in the elementary division, topping White Hall (3200) and Holy Name (3119). Trigg’s middle school team finished with 3350 points, the same as Anderson County, but Trigg recorded 180 tens (bulls eyes) to Anderson County’s 175. Trigg’s high school team finished with 3453 points, topping Meade County (3423) and Henderson County (3415).
Lucas Hyde led the high school team with a third-place overall finish and a score of 294. Jake MacNab finished fifth (292), and Evan Smith cracked the boys top 20 with a 290. Sarah Shipley took second in girls competition (291), followed by Shaye Patterson (12th, 288) and Kaila Cunningham (17th, 287).
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