• Bill Caine, Woodford Sun Sports Editor

Arrow Jackets win FCA shootout

The Woodford County High School Arrow Jackets won the Franklin Christian Academy Shoot Out Saturday, Jan. 26. Woodford scored 3235 points and had an incredible 130 combined bullseyes. Devon Wilson won the boys' competition with a 286. Shaun Lavin fired a 281, Shanon Howell shot a 270, Aaron Collings shot a 269, Eli McIntosh fired a 286, CJ Tupman shot a 265, Abran Santos shot a 263, Shiloh Smith shot a 260, Carter Wideman shot a 259, Caleb Lauderdale shot a 255, Jonathan Linton shot a 243, Evan Watson shot a 242, Colin McGowan fired a 240, Ethan Parker shot a 230, Caleb Standley shot a 220 and Nathan Jackson shot a 204. Emily Morrison led the Lady Arrow Jackets with a 273. Anemone Rishel shot a 269, Madison Hill shot a 266, Hailey Kraft shot a 263, Melody Gilpin shot a 262, Morgan Murray shot a 255, Julia Brillowski shot a 255, Jillian Ordway shot a 255, Laine Call shot a 253, Brianne Lacefield shot a 244, Isabella Steely shot a 241, McKenna Hewett shot a 232, Osiana Zinn shot a 232, Lauren Hall shot a 221 and Emily Tackett shot a 215.


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