Trigg Elementary finished in second place, with Elizabeth Wagner and Kimberlee Shelton tying for fifth place in the female division wih a score of 275.
Brooklyn Stevens finished 12th (271); Kayla Bingham was 16th (270); and Kaila Cunningham was 17th (270). There were 371 archers in the elementary female division.
Clay Stevens was Trigg's top male shooter in the elementary division with 15th place finish and a score of 277. Braden Miller was 20th (275); Gabe Nolcox and Cole Holland tied for 44th place (266); Dakota Overton was 51st (264); and Cody Wilson was 62nd (260) out of 588 archers.
Trigg County Middle also took second, with Skylar Pool taking first place overall in the male division with a score of 291. Jake MacNab finished 11th with a score of 282, followed by Devin Litchfield in 28th (276); Evan Smith in 45th (272); Alan Fox in 49th (271); and Colton Livingston in 51st (270) out of 494 archers.
In the female division, Shaye Patterson finished in third place with a score of 287. Emily Holder and Sarah Shipley tied for 19th with a score of 276; Patsy Banister was 29th (270); Lexie Hyde was 37th (269); and Ashley Wyatt was 52nd (266) out of 278 archers.
Trigg County High finished third with Alexis Wiseman taking fifth place in the female division with a score of 288. Sloane Patterson took sixth place with a score of 287. Emily Shipley was 19th (280); Breanna Messmer was 21st (280); Ashley Allen was 24th (280); Kyler Herndon was 26th (279); and Jennifer Hyde was 28th (277) out of 270 archers.
For the guys, Matthew Brokering had Trigg's top finish in 13th place with a score of 289. Jeremy Alexander finished 21st (286); Jordan Futrell was 34th (283); Landon Sumner was 44th (281); and Mark Ledford was 58th (278) out of 391 archers.
Trigg's teams just missed winning a couple of state titles. In the elementary division, Trigg's score of 3238 was five behind Shopville Elementary of Somerset.
In the Middle School division, Trigg's second place score of 3308 was seven behind the winner, Bondurant Middle of Frankfort.
At the high school level, Meade County High won with 3394, Madison Southern was second with 3392, and Trigg County was third with 3388 points.
All three Trigg teams advance to the National Competition to be held in Louisville in May.