Special to the Register
The Madison Southern and Clark-Moores Middle Archery Teams hosted a tournament last weekend at Madison Southern High School.
Teams from Kirksville Elementary, Piner Elementary (Morning View), Glenn Marshall Elementary, Kentucky Christian Academy (Campbellsville), Rockcastle Middle, Caudill Middle, Foley Middle, Clark-Moores Middle, Madison Southern High, Madison Central High, Rockcastle County High and Anderson County High participated in the shoot. In addition, individual shooters from Shannon Johnson Elementary and White Hall Elementary also competed.
Awards were given for the top three teams in the high, middle and elementary school divisions, as well as for the top three individual finishers.
The results were:
1st — Glenn Marshall - Black team
2nd — Kirksville
3rd — Kentucky Christian Academy
Farristown Middle School’s 6th grade team took first place.
Middle School Team
1st — Caudill Team A
2nd — Caudill Team B
3rd — Farristown
High School Team
1st — Madison Central Team A
2nd — Madison Southern Team A
3rd — Madison Southern Team B
In individual competition, the following archers earned the top three spots in the male and female divisions:
1st — Jackson Grimsley (Male) KCA; Holly Snow (Female) Piner Elementary
2nd — Brad Gribbins (Male) KCA; Jaley Olds (Female) Glenn Marshall
3rd — Matthew Lamb (Male) Glenn Marshall; Josey Phipps (Female) Piner Elementary
1st — Josh Hall (Male) Caudill; Nora McClure (Female) Foley
2nd — Ryan Wilkins (Male) Caudill; Katie McHargue (Female) Foley
3rd — Dalton McIntosh (Male) Farristown; Christa Murphy (Female) Caudill
1st — Seth Stagner (Male) Caudill; Shana Webb (Female) Farristown
2nd — Nathan Carroll (Male) Caudill; Nikki Hensley (Female) of Farristown
3rd — Nathan McIntire (Male) Caudill; Katie Mitchell (Female) of Caudill
1st — Ryan Long (Male) MCHS; Alyssa Lainhart (Female) MCHS
2nd — Justin Mehs (Male) Anderson County HS; Sabrina May (Female) MSHS
3rd — Grant Willoughby (Male) MCHS; Jessie Hart (Female) MCHS
Many of the teams competing this weekend qualified for the National Archery in the Schools (NASP) State Tournament, which got under away Monday in Louisville.