Mercer County Archery finishes 4th at Boyle County

Robinson/Coleman top archers

Mercer County sophomore Lee Abrams gets his arrows ready during the Boyle County Rebel Classic on Saturday, Feb. 1. (photo submitted by Eric Miller)

Arpan Dixit
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The Mercer County archery team competed at the 6th annual Boyle County Rebel Classic on Saturday, Feb. 1, at Boyle County High School.

Senior Bailey Robinson was the top archer among females with a score of 281 out of 300, placing ninth out of 110 high school females.

Freshman Luke Coleman was the top male archer with a score of 276, placing 14th out of 67 high school males.

After Robinson, junior Makayla Shearer placed 10th with a score of 281. Sophomore Chase Flach shot 278, placing 11th. Senior Emory Rogers shot 274, placing 22nd. Senior Hannah Johnson shot 268, placing 36th. Junior Karmen Murray shot 262, placing 52nd. Sophomore Madison Brown placed 54th with a score of 261. Sophomore Addison Riley shot 261, placing 57th. Junior Hannah Baker shot 252, placing 73rd. Sophomore Laci Bailey shot 251, placing 76th and sophomore Veronica Schroeder placed 100th with a score of 226.

After Coleman, sophomore Kameron Sparrow shot 270, placing 21st. Junior Michael McLaughlin shot 269, placing 23rd. Freshman Nolan Johnson shot 266, placing 33rd. Junior Blain Flach shot 265, placing 34th. Sophomore Christian Lanham shot 263, placing 37th. Sophomore Lee Abrams shot 263, placing 38th. Freshman Kamron Maddox shot 261, placing 41st. Sophomore Ian Spillane shot 257, placing 45th. Freshman Caleb Revel placed 52nd with a score of 245. Freshman Garrett Clark shot 244, placing 53rd. Sophomore Joseph Ward shot 242, placing 54th. Freshman Michael Shearer shot 234, placing 57th and freshman Landan Claunch placed 62nd with a score of 244.

“We competed against some really good competition, archers who scored 298 and 299,” said Head Coach Eric Miller. “We were looking for a push this weekend, but shot our average for a fourth place finish. Our next tournament is for NASP Regionals. It will be a tough uphill battle.”

Mercer County Archery competes in the Kentucky NASP Region 10 Tournament at Lincoln County High School on Saturday, Feb. 8.

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