Abate hit 15 10-rings (bullseyes) and finished with a score of 282 in the middle school girls' division -- the highest female score of the day.
Abate's total was 16 more than Jennifer Boston of Henderson South Middle School and 21 points more than Trigg's Brianna Messmer, who finished third. In the same division, seventh grader Sloane Patterson finished ninth for Trigg County with 246 points.
In the high school division, freshman Anna Knicklebein finished third with 276 points, including 12 in the 10-ring, and finished three points out of first place. Sophomore Tiffany Dankovic was fifth with 272 points, and Emily Shipley and Danielle Reddick tied for seventh place with 269 points. Atalaya Ayala was ninth with 265 points, and Ashleigh Scott was 10th with 263 points.
In the elementary division, sixth grader Lyndsey Choate finished second with 260 points, just four points out of first place.
Katie Coons was fourth with 243 points, Emily Holder was sixth with 204 points, Shateanna Stewart was seventh with 204 points, and Hannah Cross was ninth with 195 points.
In the elementary boys' division, Trigg County sixth grader Dalton Davis bested the other archers with a score of 261, including seven shots in the 10-ring.
Ryan McCloud finished fourth with 246 points, while Garrett Brown was eighth with 240 points, and Jake MacNab ninth with 231 points.
In the middle school boys' division, Caleb Rawlins took third for Trigg County with a score of 271, which was five points out of first place. Ryan Russell tied for fifth with 270 points, Mark Ledford was 7th with 268 points, and Aaron Yielding was 10th with 260 points.
At the high school level, Landon Stinson finished fifth for Trigg with a score of 285 -- which was five points out of first place. Alex Scott finished ninth with 279 points.
Trigg County's next archery meet is Saturday at Henderson County.