The Richmond Register


February 28, 2013

HS ARCHERY: Shoot for the Cure raises more than $5,000

MADISON COUNTY — On Feb. 15 and 16, Madison County played host to the third-annual NASP Shoot for the Cure Archery Tournament.

Every school in Madison County was represented with more than 520 archers participating. The tournament was a huge success. More than $5,000 was raised in two days. The funds will go to benefit the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer  Foundation and Hospice Care Plus.

Funds will be donated equally.

Over the past three years, Madison County archers have raised close to $19,000 for these fine organizations.

Madison Central’s Ryan Long and Alyssa Lainhart were the overall winners of the event, posing the best overall scores during the two-day event.

In the elementary female division, Jaley Olds (Glenn Marshall — 281) took first place. Christa Murphy (Caudill — 266) was second, Skylar Jacob (White Hall — 265) was third, Katie McHargue (Foley — 259) was fourth and Lindsay Karczewski (White Hall — 259) was fifth.

In the elementary male division, Noah Metcalfe (White Hall — 290) took first place. Dawson Miller (White Hall — 274) was second, Josh Hall (Caudill — 270) was third, Reece Renzenbrink (Glenn Marshall — 269) was fourth and Luke Foley (White Hall — 260) was fifth.

In the middle school female division, Nikki Hensley (Farristown — 289) took first place. Haven Jacob (Caudill — 281) was second, Bethany Groce (Caudill — 280) was third, Briana Bowles (Caudill — 275) was third and Shana Webb (Farristown — 275).

In the middle school male division, Nathan Carroll (Caudill — 285) took first place. Nathan McIntire (Caudill — 283) was second, Joseph Ison (Caudill — 279) was third, Cole Baker (Caudill — 276) was fourth and Seth Stagner (Caudill — 274) was fifth.

In the high school female division, Alyssa Lainhart (Central — 289) took first place. Katie McIntosh (Southern — 285) was second, Cynthia Clark (Southern — 285) was third, Kelsey Manuss (Southern — 278) was fourth and Bailee Rowlette (Southern — 278) was fifth.

In the high school male division, Ryan Long (Central — 296) took first place. Bradley Long (Central — 288) was second, Issac Couch (Southern — 287) was third, Clay LeBrache (Southern — 286) was fourth and Grant Willoughby (Central — 285) was fifth.

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