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Arrow Jackets place seventh at Region 7 championship

The Woodford County High School archery team placed third and qualified for the state tournament with a score of 3,272 at the Region 7 tournament Feb. 16-17 in Frankfort. The Arrow Jackets racked up 151 bullseyes during the two-day event. The WCHS varsity team has placed in the top-five in every competition this season. Shaul Lavin shot a team-high 284 and placed seventh in the region. Caleb Rockhold fired a 282, Devon Wilson shot a 280, Eli McIntosh shot a 273, Aaron Collings shot a 272, Shanon Howell shot a 270, CJ Tupman shot a 266, Abran Santos shot a 261, Colin McGowan shot a 260, Carter Wiedmann shot a 256, Shiloh Smith shot a 249, Caleb Lauderdale shot a 248,Evan Watson shot a 246, Caleb Standley shot a 233, Nathan Jackson shot a 231, Jeremy Linton shot a 225, Ethan Parker shot a 224 and Aaron Standley shot a 213. Emily Morrison shot a 282 to lead the Lady Arrow Jackets and placed third in the region. Morgan Murray shot a 274, Anemone Rishel shot a 267, McKenna Hewett shot a 261, Hailey Kraft shot a 260, Jillian Ordway shot a 260, Melody Gilpin shot a 258, Osiana Zinn shot a 254, Brianne Lacefield shot a 251, Jaid Goff shot a 248, Laine Call shot a 247, Madison Hill shot a 247, Julia Brillowski shot a 245, Emily Tackett shot a 239, Emma Goh shot a 239, Isabella Steely shot a 233, Mollie Engdahl shot a 221, Lauren Hall shot a 214 and Dhwani Kothari shot a 198.

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