Boyd-Buchanan's Archery Team Wins Hamilton County Tournament

Sunday, March 24, 2013

Boyd-Buchanan hosted the NASP Hamilton County archery tournament on Friday and took the 1st place trophy in all three divisions including elementary, middle, and high school.

Kevin Lee is the Boyd-Buchanan archery coach.

The Boyd-Buchanan high school team shot 1272, middle school 1263, and elementary 1238.

Individual winners were high school: Nate Henderson - 1st and Will Agne - 2nd; middle school girls: Sinnamon Williams - 1st and Elizabeth Hall - 2nd; middle school boys: Jacob Cross - 1st, Michael Hinton - 2nd, and Will Rains - 3rd; elementary girls: Maddie Agne - 1st, Abigail Willmore - 2nd, Julie Clevenger - 3rd; elementary boys: Forrest Webb - 1st, Riley Sumrall - 2nd, and Connor Young - 3rd.


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