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Mercer Archery places 2nd at Garrard County

Robinson: First place female and overall top scorer

Sophomore Michael McLaughlin follows through on a shot. He finished 60th overall with a score of 256. (Photo Submitted by Eric Miller)

Arpan Dixit
Herald Staff

Mercer County Archery was back in action this past weekend at the Garrard County Pre-State Warm-up on Saturday, Feb. 2.

Junior Bailey Robinson was the top shooter among females and the top shooter overall with a score of 294.

Senior Ethan Heard was the top shooter among males, scoring 284 and placing seventh overall.

“We were a little short-handed this weekend, but we fought hard,” said Head Coach Eric Miller. “A lot of these kids are starting to step up at the right time to support this team. We have some first year archers that have stepped up their game and are shooting like seasoned veterans right now.”

Listed below are the female results followed by male results.

Following Robinson, junior Chasity Redfern scored 282, placing sixth. Freshman Cady Shackleford scored 269, placing 21st. Senior Shelby Baker scored 269, placing 24th. Junior Emory Rogers scored 267, placing 28th. Freshman Madison Brown scored 266, placing 29th. Senior Teygan Bryd scored 261, placing 41st. Sophomore Makayla Shearer scored 261, placing 42nd. Senior Bailey Zammit scored 253, placing 53rd. Freshman Addison Riley scored 252, placing 54th. Freshman Laci Bailey scored 244, placing 68th. Sophomore Karmen Murray scored 237, placing 81st. Senior Brandi Clark scored 232, placing 86th and freshman Veronica Schroeder scored 160, placing 151st.

Following Heard, senior Ryan Rivera scored 279, placing 11th. Senior Cole Clark scored 278, placing 13th. Senior Austin Butts scored 275, placing 16th. Senior Joshua Brodeur scored 267, placing 28th. Freshman Mason Brown scored 265, placing 35th. Sophomore Trevow Allen scored 263, placing 37th. Senior Justin Feeback scored 262, placing 44th. Sophomore Blain Flach scored 257, placing 55th. Junior Levi Patton scored 257, placing 56th. Sophomore Michael McLaughlin scored 256, placing 60th. Freshman Joseph Ward scored 251, placing 72nd. Sophomore Douglas Cooper scored 243, placing 89th. Freshman Lee Abrams scored 242, placing 91st. Freshman Christian Lanham scored 236, placing 99th. Freshman Ian Spillane scored 235, placing 101st. Junior Kyler Miller scored 225, placing 120th and freshman Noah Rhodes scored 206, placing 146th.

Mercer County Archery will be back on the range Saturday, Feb. 9. when they travel to Lincoln County for the 2019 KY NASP Region 10 Tournament.

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