Madison County teams swept the team and individual championships last week at the National Archery in the School Program's Kentucky Region 10 meet in Stanford.
Madison Central, B. Michael Caudill and Glenn Marshall all claimed titles and student-athletes from several other schools turned in very impressive performances.
In the high school division, Central racked up 3.454 points and beat out Lincoln County (3,406) for the team championship. Madison Southern (3.364) was third and Model Laboratory (3,333) took fifth place.
Madison Central's Mayci Roach tied for the top score of any competitor in the competition. She shot a 298 (28 10s), which matched the mark posted by Gage Callahan of Pulaski County.
Model's Joey Risser shot a 292 (23) - which was the fifth-best overall score and third-best by a male shooter. Madison Southern's Jacob Watkins (292, 22) had the sixth-best overall score (fourth-best by a male). Madison Central's Matthew Saylor shot a 290 (22) - seventh-best by a male - and Central's Thomas Fletcher had a score of 290 (20) - ninth best by a male.
Caudill rolled to the team title in the middle school division. The Spartans had a team score of 3,358 and easily beat out Pulaski County (3,245).
Model (3.198) was fourth, Farristown (3.176) finished seventh, Clark-Moores was 11th, Foley was 12th and Madison Middle finished 13th.
Model's Rebecca Smith had the top score of any middle school student-athlete. She finished with a mark of 291 (21) - three shots better than any other participant.
Katie McMahan of Caudill finished second overall with a score of 288 (21). Olivia Lyle of Caudill was third was a mark of 288 (19).
Model's Grace Yates was fourth overall with a score of 287 (18) and Abigail Aldridge (286) of Caudill had the sixth-best score of any middle school shooter.
In the elementary division, Glenn Marshall took title team with a total score of 2,977, edging Pulaski County by 17 points.
Kingston (2.838) was third, Shannon Johnson (2.828) was fourth, Kit Carson was eighth, Silver Creek was 10th, Boonesborough was 12th and Model was 14th.
Kingston's Brayden Cooper took the overall title with a score of 275 (13). His mark was five shots better than any other competitor.
Silver Creek's Eliza Isaacs shot a 269 (12) and finished third overall - second-best by a female. Glen Marshall's Jason Harding shot a 269 (10) had the second-best score of any male in the elementary division.
Glenn Marshall's Jocelyn Allen shot a 265 (9) - the third-best score for a female. Kingston's Luke Burman had a score of 264 (10) - the third-best mark by a male shooter.
Glenn Marshall's Ava Hooper shot a 261 - which was the fifth-best by an elementary school girl.