Mercer archery places 4th in final home meet

Robinson 4th among females; Heard 5th among males

Senior Shelby Baker inspects her arrows before competition at Mercer County’s final home meet on Saturday, March 2. (Photo Submitted by Eric Miller)

Arpan Dixit
Herald Staff
sports@harrodsburgherald.com

Mercer County Archery competed in their final home meet of the season on Saturday, March 2.

The Titans placed fourth overall in a stacked compeition.

Junior Bailey Robinson was the top female shooter for the Titans, scoring 285, placing fourth.

Senior Ethan Heard was the top male shooter, scoring 289, placing fifth.

Senior Ryan Rivera was the last Titan in the top 10, scoring 283, placing ninth.

After Robinson, freshman Madison Brown scored 273, placing 18th. Junior Hannah Johnson scored 261, placing 37th. Senior Bailey Zammit scored 259, placing 39th. Sophomore Makayla Shearer scored 250, placing 50th. Senior Shelby Baker scored 250, placing 52nd. Senior Teygan Byrd scored 248, placing 54th. Freshman Laci Bailey scored 245, placing 57th. Freshman Cady Shackleford scored 241, placing 60th. Freshman Veronica Schroeder scored 233, placing 64th. Junior Emory Rogers scored 230, placing 66th and sophomore Karmen Murray scored 225, placing 68th.

After Heard and Rivera, senior Austin Butts scored 274, placing 22nd. Senior Cole Clark scored 273, placing 23rd. Senior Justin Feeback scored 272, placing 24th. Freshman Kameron Sparrow scored 267, placing 31st. Freshman Mason Brown scored 266, placing 32nd. Freshman Joseph Ward scored 264, placing 37th. Sophomore Michael McLaughlin scored 258, placing 43rd. Freshman Zeydan Jackson scored 255, placing 44th. Junior Levi Patton scored 247, placing 47th. Freshman Lee Abrams scored 247, placing 49th. Sophomore Trevor Allen scored 247, placing 49th. Sophomore Blain Flach scored 229, placing 55th. Junior Kyler Miller scored 228, placing 56th. Freshman Noah Rhodes scored 226, placing 58th. Freshman Ian Spillane scored 223, placing 59th. Sophomore Douglas Cooper scored 219, placing 60th and sophomore Hunter Crowley scored 168, placing 63rd.

“We are ranked the highest we have ever been in the postseason,” said Head Coach Eric Miller. “I think with some rest and getting our health back, we have a great shot at state. So we hit it hard this week to make a strong push for state in Bowling Green.”

The archery team also honored their seniors prior to the competition.

“I just state how proud I am of our seniors. They have worked so hard in school, out of school and for this team. It’s a great time to be a Titan,” said Miller.

The Titans will be back on the range at the regional tournament at Wayne County on Saturday, March 9.

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