Campbellsville middle and high school archery teams recently competed in the John Hardin New Year Bullseye tournament and brought home several awards.
Campbellsville Middle School team finished with its highest score of the year, at 2,718 points.
Hunter Falls, a seventh-grader, finished in eighth place with 271 points.
Seventh-grader Braelyn Price finished in 11th place, with 269 points.
Sixth-grader Kaylyn Lawson and eighth-graders Alysa Howard and Blake Tungate shot their personal best scores at the tournament.
Campbellsville High School team also finished with its highest score of the year, at 2,892.
CHS junior Cole Kidwell placed 14th, with a personal best score of 276 points.
Clark Kidwell, a sophomore, finished in 19th place with a personal best score of 274.
And freshman MaCayla Falls received 14th place, with a score of 269.
CHS freshmen Abby Brisko and Joseph Mayes, sophomores Colin Harris and Alex Howard, juniors Tahler Franklin and Alli Wilson and senior Brandon Greer all shot their personal best scores at the tournament.
The archery teams will compete in Mercer County on Friday, Jan. 25.
Chris Kidwell is the archery coach.
From left, CMS eighth-grader Blake Tungate, seventh-grader Lance Knifley, sixth-grader Kaylyn Lawson and CHS freshman Isaac Underwood shoot.