ARCHERY: WORLD CHAMPS! Arrowcats win in St. Louis
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
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Trigg County High School’s archery team earned its second consecutive world championship Sunday at the National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in St. Louis. (Below) Trigg’s top individual performers were (from left) Shaye Patterson, third place high school female; Elizabeth Wagoner, fifth place high school female; Clay Stevens, second place middle school male; and Kaylin Smith, second place middle school female.</i>
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Trigg County High School’s archery team earned its second consecutive world championship Sunday at the National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in St. Louis. (Below) Trigg’s top individual performers were (from left) Shaye Patterson, third place high school female; Elizabeth Wagoner, fifth place high school female; Clay Stevens, second place middle school male; and Kaylin Smith, second place middle school female.

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A season that already included state and national championships now includes a world title for the Trigg County High School archery team.

On Sunday, the high school Arrowcats topped their division in the National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in St. Louis. It was the second consecutive world championship for TCHS.

Trigg finished with a team score of 3425, topping Alma Bryant (Ala.) by eight points and Hartland (Mich.) by 33.

Trigg’s top high school female archers included Shaye Patterson (third, 292), Elizabeth Wagoner (fifth, 290), Sarah Shipley (sixth, 289) and Kaila Cunningham (eighth, 288). Top male archers included Jake MacNab (eighth, 293), Lucas Hyde (13th, 292) and Brent Jones (22nd, 288).

The middle school Arrowcats finished eighth but had Trigg’s top two individual finishers. Clay Stevens finished second among middle school males with a score of 293, and Kaylin Smith had the second-best female score of 291. Kimberlee Shelton joined the top 10 with a score of 286, good for seventh. TCMS finished with a team score of 3264.

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