Campbellsville middle and high school archery team members recently competed at National Archery in the Schools Program regional competition, and seven have advanced to the state level.
At the regional competition, the CHS team scored its highest overall score this season, at 3,127 points.
The CMS also team scored its personal best, at 2,892.
Seven archers – four from the CHS team and three from the CMS team – will participate in the state competition on Friday, March 15, and Saturday, March 16, in Louisville.
High school qualifiers include junior Cole Kidwell, who scored a 280, sophomore Colin Harris, who scored 275, freshman MaCayla Falls, who scored a 271, and junior Aleah Knifley, who scored a 269.
Middle school qualifiers include seventh-grader Hunter Falls, who scored a 275, seventh-grader Braelyn Price, who scored 273, and eighth-grader Seth Hash, who scored 272 points.
The CMS and CHS archery teams will compete in Kentucky High School Athletic Association regional competition on Saturday, March 23, in Louisville.
Chris Kidwell is the archery coach.