Campbellsville middle and high school archery teams recently competed at the National Archery in the Schools Program state shoot in Louisville.
The three CMS archers competing placed in the Top 10 percent of competitors.
Hunter Falls, a seventh-grader, scored a 279, and was 74th out of 1,338 middle school boys competing.
Eighth-grader Seth Hash scored 276 points, and was 108th.
And Braelyn Price, a seventh-grader, scored 278, and placed 82nd out of 1,183 middle school girls.
The CHS archers also fared well.
Cole Kidwell, a junior, scored 277 points, and was 270th out of 1,221 high school boys competing.
CHS sophomore Colin Harris scored a 261, and was 785th.
For the girls’ team, MaCayla Falls, a freshman, scored 272 points, and was 364th out of 1,145 girls competing.
And Aleah Knifley, a junior, scored 253 points, and placed 826th.
Chris Kidwell is the archery coach.
From left, CHS junior Aleah Knifley, freshman MaCayla Falls, CMS seventh-grader Braelyn Price, sophomore Colin Harris, junior Cole Kidwell, eighth-grader Seth Hash and seventh-grader Hunter Falls compete at the state NASP archery shoot.
From left, CHS sophomore Colin Harris, junior Cole Kidwell, CMS seventh-grader Braelyn Price, eighth-grader Seth Hash and freshman MaCayla Falls compete at the state NASP archery shoot.