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Posted: Tuesday, 18 March 2014 7:20AM

Trigg County High Arrowcats Win State



The Trigg County High School Arrowcats have picked up another state championship following the 2014 Kentucky High School Athletic Association tournament Monday in Louisville. The win gives the Arrowcats back-to-back state titles in the KHSAA’'s second year of sanctioning the sport.

Head Coach Tom Patterson says the KHSAA's decision not release team scores until the awards were handed out created some tension for all the teams, which are used to seeing scores as soon as they’re tallied.


   
Although this is the KHSAA'’s second year of participation in the sport, the Arrowcats have been competing in, and winning, National Archery in the Schools Program state, national, and world titles for years. NASP competition continues Tuesday at the Louisville Convention Center where Trigg County’s elementary and middle school teams will compete for their own state championships. High school scores from Monday’s competition will carry over to the NASP finals. Patterson says even though some of the shooters were a little off their mark Monday, their performance should still be enough to bring home another state NASP title, as well.


   
For complete KHSAA tournament results, including Trigg County’s individual medalists, and for up-to-date information about the ongoing NASP tournament, stay tuned to the Sports Edge.
 

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