Both the elementary and middle school teams at Trigg finished in first place. The high school team took second. All three will advance to the national tournament in May.
Trigg County Intermediate bested Jackson County Middle School by 48 points to win the state title. Anderson County finished in third place, and Henderson North Middle was sixth.
Clay Stevens was Trigg's top shooter in the Intermediate School division with a score of 279, good for 12th place. Kimberlee Shelton finished in 13th place with a score of 278. The top five boys scores were Stevens, Cody Wilson (275), Braydon Miller and Grayson Ford (272), and Jeffrey Ross (265).
The top five female scores were Shelton, Brookelyn Skinner (275), Lora Lee Heady (271), Kaylin Smith (269), and Rebecca Rutzler (259).
Akira Umar of Paris was the top female shooter (282), while Logan Webb of Payneville and Nick Casada of Somerset tied for the top male score at 288.
The state title is the fifth for the elementary school (2004, 2005, 2008, 2009, 2011).
Trigg Middle edged Anderson County Middle by 35 points to win the title. Southern Middle was 36 points back in third, and Adairville Middle was eighth.
Kayla Bingham and Skylar Pool were Trigg's top shooters, tied for ninth at 288.
The top five male shooters from Trigg County were Pool, Brandon Schafer (287), Jonathon Fuller (279), Cole Holland (278), Brent Jones (268), and Devin Litchfield (268).
The top five female shooters for Trigg were Bingham, Kaila Cunningham (286), Sarah Shipley (281), Deanna Ladd (281), and Elizabeth Wagoner (276).
Kayla Dowell of Stuart Pepper Middle School was the top female shooter (293), while Cameron Peyton of Anderson County Middle School was the top male shooter with a score of 295.
The state title is the fifth for TCMS -- 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2011.
Trigg County High School finished just 16 points behind Henderson County in second place, just missing out on giving Trigg their first sweep since 2005.
Meade County finished in third, and Logan County High School was fourth.
Freshman Jake Macnab finished in second place overall, just one point behind Anderson County's Justin Mehs. Macnab shot a 296 out of 300.
Trigg's top five male shooters were Macnab, Matthew Brokering (289), Ryan Russell (286), Jeremy Alexander (282), and Jordan Futrell (281).
The top five female shooters for Trigg were Sloane Patterson (284), Shaye Patterson (281), Alexis Wiseman (280), Patsy Banister (280), Lexie Hyde (279), and Brianna Messmer (279).
Henderson County's Maggie Melton won the female division with a score of 293.
The national tournament will be held May 13-14 in Louisville.