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Posted: Friday, 11 July 2014 5:10PM

Arrowcats To Compete At World



Forty-one Trigg County archers, their parents and coaches will travel to Madison, WI, this weekend for the National Archery in the Schools Program World Championships. Coach Tom Patterson says the reigning world-champion Arrowcats will defend their title Sunday afternoon.


   
Patterson says 16 high school, 12 middle school and 13 elementary school students will compete for their respective teams against archers in other countries.


   
Patterson says that even though they've taken some time off this summer to avoid burn out, they're ready for competition.


   
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