Trigg County brothers Grady and Graham Cofield continue to place high in archery competitions at the national level.
The Cofields competed in the World Archery Festival over the weekend in Las Vegas.
Grady won the Adult Compound Limited Release Class, scoring an 865 out of a possible 900 points in the three-day event. He won a tie-breaker over Pennsylvania's John Greshock by hitting 30 centers compared to Greshock's 26.
Cofield bested 35 other archers in the division to claim the title.
Meanwhile, older brother Graham finished seventh in the Freestyle Limited Compound Division with a score of 869 out of 900 points. Graham's score was 23 points behind California's Jeff Fabry for the title. Cofield had a total of 21 centers and shot a single day high of 293 on the first day. There were 19 competitors in Cofield's division.
There was over 1,700 archers competing in 12 different divisions at the festival, billed as the largest archery show in the west.