Trigg middle third, elementary sixth at archery state championships
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Mar 26, 2014 | 137 137 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County High School’s archery team (above) won the KHSAA championship last Monday, and the middle school team (below) finished third last Tuesday. Both teams, along with the elementary team, which finished sixth last Tuesday, will advance to the national championships in May.</i>
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Trigg County High School’s archery team (above) won the KHSAA championship last Monday, and the middle school team (below) finished third last Tuesday. Both teams, along with the elementary team, which finished sixth last Tuesday, will advance to the national championships in May.

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After Trigg County High School’s archery team won a KHSAA state championship last Monday, the middle and elementary school Arrowcats also competed for National Archery in the Schools Program state titles last Tuesday, finishing third and sixth respectively.

Trigg’s middle school team finished with a score of 3,329, good for third out of 63 teams. Caudill won the division with a score of 3,360, followed by Anderson County with 3,353.

Marshall Evans won an individual state title to lead Trigg’s middle school boys, finishing with a score of 293.

Other Trigg middle boys scores were:

Keenan Bush, 11th, 286; Shaun Terrell, 31st, 281; Wyatt Wagoner, 50th, 278; Andrew Greene, 102nd, 272; Garett Knight, 115th, 271; Tyler Freeman, 119th, 270; Andrew Amsden, 155th, 268; Jevan Hamby, 175th, 266; Jacob Kent, 201st, 265; Preston Underhill, 209th, 265; C.J. Ahart, 234th, 263; Dillan Stewart, 323rd, 259; Justin Kelly, 509th, 249; Derek Joiner, 752nd, 230.

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