ARCHERY: Arrowcats compete in NASP World Tournament
by Justin McGill, General Manager -- jmcgill@cadizrecord.com
Jul 16, 2014 | 25 25 recommendations | email to a friend | print
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(Above) Trigg County High School’s archery team placed second in last weekend’s National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in Madison, Wisc. (Below) Kaylin Smith finished third in the middle school female division, and Clay Stevens placed first among high school males and was the overall top male shooter with a score of 298.</i>
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(Above) Trigg County High School’s archery team placed second in last weekend’s National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in Madison, Wisc. (Below) Kaylin Smith finished third in the middle school female division, and Clay Stevens placed first among high school males and was the overall top male shooter with a score of 298.

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Clay Stevens led Trigg County archers last weekend at the National Archery in the Schools Program’s World Tournament in Madison, Wisc.

Stevens, who finished the tournament with a score of 298, won the high school boys division and had the top score among 1,290 male shooters.

His efford helped Trigg’s high school team to a second-place finish, seven points out of first place. Trigg finished 11th in the elementary division and 19th in middle school.

Other Trigg individual scores were:

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS: Elizabeth Wagoner, 290, eighth; Sarah Shipley, 289, 10th; Kaila Cunningham, 287, 15th; Shaye Patterson, 286, 18th; Kimberlee Shelton, 282, 31st; Brookelyn Skinner, 271, 120th; Katelyn Futrell, 262, 177th;

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS: Kendal Merrick, 288, 29th; Evan Smith, 287, 32nd; Jake MacNab, 284, 54th; Brandon Schafer, 283, 60th; John Gibson, 282, 71st; Brent Jones, 274, 137th; Lucas Hyde, 270, 170th.

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