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March 22, 2013

Martin places 18th at state archery tournament

LAUREL COUNTY, Ky. — LOUISVILLE—South Laurel’s Dylan Martin finished in 18th place at the Kentucky High School Athletic Association State Archery Tournament, held at the Louisville Convention Center.

Martin scored 291 points and just missed breaking into the Top 10 by three points. Jericho Vannoy of Hopkins County Central won the boys’ individual title with a scored of 297.

As a team, the Cardinals finished in 16th place with 3302 points. Trigg County won the team title with 3453 points. North Laurel finished in 55th place with 3031 points.

South Laurel’s Korey Snyder came in 27th with 289 points, while teammate Morgan Johnson finished in 42nd with 286 points. Cardinal Cole Likins placed 100th with 280 points, with teammates Matt Arthur and Isacc Tuttle finished 135th and 137th with 276 points. Cole Whitaker and Austin Turner, also from South Laurel, took 164th and 165th respectively with 275 and 274 points.

Cody Reed who the top North Laurel archer, placing 250th with 269 points. His teammate, Justin Bowling, placed 279th with 267 points. South’s Trevor Brown placed 310th with 265 points, while Eion Sears, also from South, finished 405th with 259 points. South’s Richard Frisk finished in 458th place with 256 points. Michael Jones (SL) came in 488th with 253 points, while fellow Cardinal Lucas Powell placed 504th with 253 points.

Other South archers were: Zach Bentley came in 538th (249); Andrew Worley, 553rd (248); Seth Raney, 628th (240); Wade Arnold, 656th (235); and Jared Arnold, 742nd (198).

Other North archers who competed were: Jericho Asher, 604th (242); Nathan Wagner, 616th (241); Dalton Vanderheyden, 626th (240); and Travis Lewis, 736th (205).

For the girls, Mary Aldridge of Western Hills won with a score of 292. South Laurel’s Whitney Rice finished in 111th place with 271 points; Sarah Adams (SL), 130th place (270); Casey Stenger (NL), 173rd place (264); Taylor Huff (NL), 206th place (261); Brooke Lawson (NL), 209th place (261); Sierra Thomas (SL) 239th place (257); Megan Parker (SL), 246th place (257); Kayla Holland (NL), 299th place (250); Kendra Irvin (NL), 385th place (238 points); Lori Brummett (NL), 393rd place (237 points); Lyndsee Miniard (NL), 399th place (236 points); Brittney Goodin (SL), 413th place (234 points); Emily Hayre (NL), 431st place (231 points); Haylee Harris (NL), 466th place (219 points); and Michayla Evans (NL), 497th place (188 points).

Team scores

Trigg County 3453 (1), Henderson County 3415 (2), Anderson County 3408 (3), Madison Central 3385 (4), Madison Southern 3382 (5), Southwestern 3369 (6), Western Hills 3366 (7), Letcher County Central 3357 (8), East Carter 3353 (9), Pulaski County 3346 (10), Hopkins County Central 3340 (11), Prestonsburg 3335 (12), Harrison County 3332 (13), Bullitt East 3318 (14), Logan County 3316 (15), South Laurel 3302 (16), Lincoln County 3280 (17), Woodford County 3273 (18), Paul Laurence Dunbar 3273 (19), Hart County 3252 (20), Corbin 3252 (21), Pleasure Ridge Park 3241 (22), Betsy Layne 3240 (23), Augusta 3219 (24), Lafayette 3219 (25), East Jessamine 3214 (26), Ryle 3194 (27), Muhlenberg County 3187 (28), Ashland Blazer 3187 (29), Murray 3179 (30), West Jessamine 3164 (31), Franklin County 3164 (32), Hancock County 3156 (33), Cumberland County 3156 (34), Somerset 3152 (35), Bullitt East 3150 (36), Lee County 3149 (37), Nelson County 3141 (38), Clay County 3137 (39), Madison Southern 3137 (40), Tates Creek 3114 (41), Butler 3111 (42), Clinton County 3092 (43), Bullitt Central 3089 (44), Russell 3075 (45), Bardstown 3063 (46), Letcher County Central 3056 (47), Rockcastle County 3055 (48), Williamstown 3051 (49), McCreary Central 3047 (50), Monticello 3046 (51), North Bullitt 3039 (52), Boyle County 3036 (53), Scott County 3036 (54), North Laurel 3031 (55), Madison Central 3017 (56).

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