Wildcat Archers Finish Ninth at Region Tourney


The Trigg County boys’ archery team came in ninth place at Saturday’s KHSAA Region 1 Tournament in Henderson.

Trevor Hoy just missed qualifying for the state tournament in his senior season by a single shot. Hoy shot a 285 to finish in ninth place out of 126 shooters.

Graves County’s Lane Sanderson shot a 295 to win the region title. Hopkins County Central’s Joshua Robertson finished in second place with a 293. Madisonville’s Lukas Brewer shot a 292 to finish in third place, and Calloway County’s Travis Gore was the third and final qualifier with a fifth-place finish and a score of 286.

Freshman Caleb Wadlington missed advancing to state by three points. He shot a 283 to finish in 12th place. Clayton Litchfield shot a 277 to come in 17th place.

Other Trigg scorers were Junior Knott (276-22nd place), Jaydin Ennis (265-56th place), Zander Smith (248-101st place), Nicholas Lane (239-111th place), and Mino Schmidt (230-116th place).

Marshall County won the region title with a score of 1,972. Graves County was second with a total of 1,962. Trigg County’s team total was 1,873. Both Graves and Marshall will advance to the state tournament on April 16 in Lexington.

The season continues next week with Trigg County hosting its annual Arrowcat Classic and Senior Day on March 23.

The NASP State Tournament will be March 28-30 in Louisville.

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