Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program tournament results

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Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program tournament results

3/19/09


Frankfort, Kentucky - Danielle Reddick of Trigg County High School and Nathan Parcell of Meade County High School won the overall Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Program state competition March 17 in Louisville.

Reddick and Parcell also won the competition's scholarship shoot-off and received $1,250 each towards college expenses. The competition's top four female and top four male archers competed for scholarship money.

More than 2,300 students from 104 schools competed in the tournament. Each participant shot 30 arrows from either 10 or 15 meters for a possible total score of 300 points. A bull's eye is worth 10 points. Reddick scored 290 points and hit the bull's eye 22 times, while Parcell scored 297 points and hit the bull's eye 27 times.

The winning elementary, middle and high school teams qualify for the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament, which takes place May 8-9 at the Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center in Louisville. Male and female shooters who placed in the top five in their divisions also qualify. Remaining team spots are determined by qualifying score.

For full competition results, go online to fw.ky.gov and click on the "National Archery in the Schools Program" logo.

Results of the Kentucky National Archery in the Schools Tournament
Listed by order of finish

High School Division (grades 9-12), team
1. Trigg County High School
2. Henderson County High School
3. Breckinridge County High School

Middle School Division (grades 7-8), team
1. Henderson County South Middle School
2. Boyd County Middle School
3. Trigg County Middle School

Elementary School Division (grades 4-6), team
1. Trigg County Intermediate School
2. Shopville Elementary School
3. Payneville Elementary School

High School Division, individual
Female:
1. Danielle Reddick, Trigg County High School
2. Jennifer Hyde, Trigg County High School
3. Sloane Patterson, Trigg County High School
4. Shelby Miller, Meade County High School
5. Ellen Shipley, Trigg County High School

Male:
1. Nathan Parcell, Meade County High School
2. Josh Bostrom, Breckinridge County High School
3. Zach Short, Madison Southern High School
4. Samuel Howard, Elliott County High School
5. Will Thompson, Breckinridge County High School

Middle School Division, individual
Female:
1. Brianna Gilliam, Elliott County High School
2. Patsy Banister, Trigg County Middle School
3. Meaghann Dunn, Stuart Pepper Middle School
4. Sammy Smith, Boyd County Middle School
5. Katelyn Geer, James T. Alton Middle School

Male:
1. Taylor Knott, Stuart Pepper Middle School
2. Billy Miller, Henderson County South Middle School
3. Hunter Brown, J. D. Adams Middle School
4. Michael McIver, The Frankfort Christian Academy
5. Mckinley Minix, J. D. Adams Middle School

Elementary School Division, individual
Female:
1. Kayla Dowell, Payneville Elementary School
2. Presley Adkins, Boyd County Middle School
3. Kaila Cunningham, Trigg County Intermediate School
4. Ryan Cunningham, Somerset Christian School
5. Emily Jones, Glenn Marshall Elementary School

Male:
1. Blake Taylor, Lewisburg Elementary School
2. Jeremy Elliott, Corbin Intermediate School
3. Colin Crump, David T. Wilson Elementary School
4. Cameron Peyton, Anderson County Middle School
5. Jesse McPherson, David T. Wilson Elementary School

Scholarship Shoot-Off
Listed by name, school and scholarship amount

Female:
1. Danielle Reddick, Trigg County High School, $1,250
2. Sloane Patterson, Trigg County High School, $1,000
3. Jennifer Hyde, Trigg County High School, $750
4. Kayla Dowell, Payneville Elementary School, $500

Male:
1. Nathan Parcell, Meade County High School, $1,250
2. Zach Short, Madison Southern High School, $1,000
3. Samuel Howard, Elliott County High School, $750
4. Josh Bostrom, Breckinridge County High School, $500

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