Local archers compete at state meet in Muncie
Tuesday, March 05, 2013 10:00 AM
The 2013 National Archery in the Schools Program Indiana State Finals were held March 2 in Muncie with 96 local archers competing.
Five schools in Jefferson County participated with Madison Junior High School finishing third in the middle school division and Deputy Elementary fourth in that division. Several local archers also placed in the top five of their respective age divisions.
Madison Junior High School was third in the middle school division with a score of 3,184 with 115 bulls-eyes. The program fielded 25 archers overall including the state runner-up in both the boys and girls seventh grade division.
Madison Deen was second among girls seventh graders and fourth among middle school girls with a score of 277 with 14 tens and Adam Norris was second among boys seventh graders and eighth among middle school boys with a score of 276 with 16 tens.
Deputy Elementary was fourth in its division with 3,027 points and 81 tens. The school fielded 23 archers overall including the top male and female shooters in grade four.
Jasper Gray was first among fourth grade boys and 11th among elementary males with a score of 265 with eight tens and Hannah Deen was first among fourth grade girls and 22nd among elementary girls with a score of 260 with 10 tens.
Ross Summer placed second among boys fifth graders and 16th among elementary boys with a score of 263 with eight ten.
Aliza Boles was third in the fourth grade girls division and 47th overall with a score of 250 with 10 tens while Caroline Beckman was fourth in that division and 55th among elementary females with a score of 247 with seven tens and Daisy Ross was fifth in division and 64th overall with a score of 244 with three tens.
Kent Christian Academy ranked ninth in the high school division with a score of 3,212 with 130 tens. The program fielded 20 archers overall with seven ranking in the top five of their age divisions.
Sam Hancock was second among boys fourth graders and 12th overall among elementary boys with a score of 265 with eight tens.
Kaden Kohler was third among fourth grade boys and 27th overall among elementary boys with a score of 256 with six tens and Trenton Tingle was second among eighth grade boys and third among middle school boys with a score of 284 with 14 tens.
Aarika Schulz was third among 12th grade girls and fourth among high school girls with a score of 280 with 16 tens and Rachel Hancock was fourth among girls 12th graders and sixth overall among high school girls with a score of 279 with 13 tens.
Jacob Adcock was fifth among 10th grade boys and 11th among high school boys with a score of 282 with 17 tens and Noah Caswell, was fifth among fifth grade boys and 14th overall among elementary boys with a score of 263 with 11 tens.
Christian Academy of Madison was 15th in the high school division with a score of 3,103 with 104 tens. The program fielded 22 archers overall.
Clay Carter was first in the third grade boys elementary division and 145th among elementary boys with a score of 185 with one ten and Sally Back was third among seventh grade girls and 15th in the girls middle school division with a score of 275 with 12 tens.
Sydney Whitham was fourth among 10th grade girls and 12th in the girls high school division with a score of 276 with 14 tens.
Madison Consolidated High School did not field a full team but four archers competed with Patrick Grady finishing 13th among ninth grade boys and 46th among high school boys with a score of 274 with nine tens and Katie Mason finishing 14th among ninth grade girls and 62nd among high school girls with a score of 259 with six tens.
Southwestern also did not field a full team in any division but the program did field fourth archers. The top finisher was Damon Hardy who was 11th in the boys 12th grade division and 54th among high school boys with a score of 271 with 10 tens.