Arrowcats win middle, high school national championships
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
May 14, 2014 | 72 72 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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Trigg County’s high school (above) and middle school (below) archery teams won national championships Saturday.</i>
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Trigg County’s high school (above) and middle school (below) archery teams won national championships Saturday.

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The Trigg County Arrowcats earned a pair of national championships Saturday.

Trigg’s middle and high school teams each finished in first place in the National Archery in the Schools Program’s National Tournament at Freedom Hall in Louisville. More than 10,000 archers competed.

Trigg’s middle school team finished with a team score of 3,360 and finished first out of 197 teams, and the high school Arrowcats took first out of 164 teams with a score of 3,442. It’s the third consecutive national title for the high schoolers.

Trigg’s elementary team finished sixth out of 114 teams with a score of 3,168.

Trigg was led on the day by freshman Clay Stevens, who scored 295, finished sixth in the high school boys division and was named to the NASP All-American Team.

Other Trigg high school individual results were:

Evan Smith, 294; Shaye Patterson, 288; Patsy Banister, 288; Jake MacNab, 287; Sarah Shipley, 286; Lora Lee Heady, 286; Deanna Ladd, 285; Kaila Cunningham, 284; Elizabeth Wagoner, 284; Kendal Merrick, 283; Kayla Bingham, 282; Brent Jones, 277; Kimberlee Shelton, 276; Lucas Hyde, 276; Brandon Schaffer, 272; Skylar Pool, 272; Austin Humphries, 271; Lexie Hyde, 265; Tabby Rawlins, 264; Chance Lancaster, 261; Ashley Wyatt, 257; Brookelyn Skinner, 255; Kelsey Miller, 245.

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