After winning titles at the region, state, and national level, the Trigg County Arrowcats have won their first world championship after taking first place at the National Archery in Schools World Championships over the weekend at Walt Disney World in Orlando.
Trigg County shot a score of 3,422 out of a possible 3,600 points to take first place over Alma Bryant High School from Alabama who shot a 3,408. Anderson County (Ky.) was sixth and Meade County (Ky.) was seventh.
Kaylin Smith was the lone elementary school shooter for Trigg County, and she took third in the division and 15th overall with a score of 288.
In the high school division, Jake McNab shot a 294 to finish fifth overall and fourth in the high school division. Brandon Schafer shot a 286 to finish 23rd in the high school division and 36th overall.
For the ladies, Sloane Patterson shot a 285 to finish 9th in the high school division and 25th overall, while Shaye Patterson shot a 283 to finish 14th and 36th.
Other high school finishers with their score, HS finish, and (overall finish) were:
Lucas Hyde - 282, 35th (66th)
Ellen Shipley - 282, 20th (44th)
Alexis Wiseman - 281, 24th (50th)
Jordan Futrell - 280, 44th (85th)
Sarah Shipley - 280, 26th (56th)
Jonathon Fuller - 279, 50th (93rd)
Andrea Hall - 278, 30th (66th)
Evan Smith - 267, 89th (233rd)
Emily Holder - 244, 98th (354th)
In the middle school division, Clay Stevens shot a 287 to finish sixth in the division and 24th overall, while Deanna Ladd shot a 287 to finish eighth in the division and 18th in the middle school girls division.
Other middle school finishers with their score, MS finish, and (overall finish) were:
Kaila Cunningham - 287, 10th (22nd)
Kimberlee Shelton - 271, 45th (134th)
Lora Lee Heady - 269, 52nd (146th)
Cole Holland - 265, 88th (241st)
Katelyn Futrell - 264, 68th (182nd)