Campbellsville Varsity Archery

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CHS archery team competes in region shoot

Campbellsville High School archery team recently competed in the NASP Region 5 high school regional shoot in Elizabethtown. The CHS team finished in 12th place out of 18 teams. In the girls’ competition, sophomore MaCayla Falls finished third. Campbellsville Middle School archers finished in 15th place out of 30 teams. Eighth-grader Hunter Falls finished in

CHS archery team wins at Taylor County

Campbellsville High School archery team recently brought home several awards at Taylor County. The CHS team finished first, defeating Taylor, Elizabethtown and Wayne counties. CHS archers scored 3,239 points. MaCayla Falls, a sophomore, finished first in the girls’ competition, with a score of 285. In the boys’ competition, senior Cole Kidwell was second, with 280

CMS, CHS archery teams finished second, third

Campbellsville middle and high school archery teams competed on Saturday, Dec. 7, and brought home second and third place finishes. The teams competed at Taylor County High School. Overall, the CMS team finished third and the high school team was second. The high school team scored 3,214 points, which is a new high score for

CMS, CHS archers compete at state NASP shoot

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

CMS, CHS archers qualify for state tournament

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

CMS, CHS teachers battle archery team members

Campbellsville middle and high school archery team members recently took on their teachers in a shoot to see who has the best aim. The team, which is competing in its first season, is preparing for upcoming competitions. To get some practice – and have some fun – the students challenged their teachers to a competition.

CMS, CHS archery teams compete in Bullseye tournament

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,