While not a world team championship this year for the Trigg County Arrowcats, it was another outstanding effort, and Trigg County is the home to an individual world champion. The Trigg County High School Arrowcats finished second at this year’s world competition, which was held in Wisconson, finishing seven points behind first place Madison Central High School, also from Kentucky.
In the individual competition, Clay Stevens claimed a world title, shooting 298 out of 300 to finish in first place overall in all divisions. Elizabeth Wagoner finished 8th among high school girls.
Trigg County Middle School finished in 19th place. Kaylin Smith shot a 289 to finish third among middle school girls.
Trigg County Elementary finished in 11th place. Dallas Ahart was the top elementary school shooter with a score of 277 to finish 24th.