The Trigg County ArrowCats took part in the second annual Henderson Invitational Archery Tournament Saturday at Henderson South Middle School. The tournament saw 177 archers participate from 11 different schools.
Trigg County sophomore Taylor Davis dominated the day by shooting a phenomenal 294 out of 300 points to take overall high individual honors (both boys and girls) as well as Top Female High School archer.
Other top 12 finishers in the High School girls division were Amber Abate - 4th; Kyler Herndon - 5th; Danielle Reddick 6th; Emily Shipley-11th and Haley Thomas 12th place.
The Trigg County High School Boys were led by Grady Cofield in 8th place and Ethan Jones in 9th.
Winning the Girls Middle School division was Trigg County 8th grader Sloan Patterson with a score of 278. Brianna Messmer was 6th, and Ellen Shipley was 7th.
Trigg's Middle School boys were led by Landon Sumner in 10th place and Jordan Futrell in 11th.
The Trigg Elementary Arrowcats had a good showing in the first event of the year. Emily Holder finished second with a 268, followed by Shaye Patterson in 4th, Sarah Shipley in 5th and Kayla Cunningham in 7th.
The Trigg Elementary boys were paced by Brandon Schafer who was second with a 261, Jake MacNab 3rd; Allen Humphries 4th; Jacob Oliver 6th; and Zack Colbert 8th.
The Trigg Co. Arrowcats will host their own invitational on Saturday Feb. 2nd at the Trigg Co. Middle School Gym.
Flight times will begin at 9 am and run throughout the day with awards given out about 5 pm. The public is invited to come and watch the Arrowcats in Action.