Daily Independent (Ashland, KY)


February 15, 2010

Archery tournament slide show and results

Summit--Following is a listing of elementary, middle and high school winners at the Holiday Classic Archery Tournament on Saturday at Boyd County Middle School.

High schools: 1. Elliott County (3,297); 2. Boyd County (3,077); 3. Fairview (2,398).

Middle schools: 1. Boyd County (3,186); 2. East Carter (2,624); 3. Holy Family (2,244).

Elementary schools: 1. Isonville (2,907), 2. Raceland-Worthington (2,261); 3. Boyd County Middle (1,397).

Top five high school male shooters: 1. Samuel Howard (292); 2. John Harper (283); 3. Cody Howard (277); 4. Gatlin Hicks (275); 5. Zach Smith (269).

Top five high school female shooters: 1. Brianna Gilliam (288); 2. Kendra Harper (274); 3. Halie Jones (272); 4. Renee Fultz (269); 5. Dana Karl (255).

Top five middle school male shooters: 1. Taylor Stevens (278); 2. Wade Kitchen (272); 3. Landon Gould (269); 4. Charles Sprouse (265); 5. Zach Wells (265).

Top five middle school female shooters: 1. Natalie Martin (275); 2. Baylee Thompson (274); 3. Meagan Huff (274); 4. Shelby Laney (272); 5. Kelsey Lainhart (265).

Top five elementary school male shooters: 1. Hunter Boyd (255); 2. Nathan Holbrook (255); 3. Alex Wells (250); 4. Nathan Queen (250); 5. Jim Barker (244).

Top five elementary school female shooters: 1. Michelle Stanley (257); 2. Esther Howard (257); 3. Hannah Hale (252); 4. Anna Skaggs (237); 5. Emma Dickerson (237).

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