Published On: Wed, Mar 5th, 2014

PCHS archers compete for spot at state tournament

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Pocahontas County High School hosted its first ever archery tournament on Sunday afternoon. Forty-eight students in three different age groups competed for the best score and the opportunity to compete in the state archery tournament on March 29 in Charleston. Statewide, the top six teams and the 15 highest scoring male and female archers in each age group will qualify for the state tournament. Qualifying matches throughout the state concluded on March 5. The results of the statewide qualification round will appear in next week’s edition.

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Winners of Sunday’s archery meet in the Elementary School Girls Division, left to right: Third Place, Macaden Taylor (219); Second Place, Maria Workman (233); First Place, Chloe Hardesty (239).

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Winners of Sunday’s archery meet in the Elementary School Boys Division, left to right: Third Place, Jesse Bostic (238); Second Place, Max Ervine (248); First Place, T.D. Sparks (253).

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Winners of Sunday’s archery meet in the Middle School Girls Division, left to right: Third Place, Margaret Combs (228); Second Place, Violet McComb (235); First Place, Kelly Pyne (249).

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Winners of Sunday’s archery meet in the Middle School Boys Division, left to right: Third Place, Matt Pritt (256); Second Place, Jacob Pyne (273); First Place, Clayton Shinaberry (280).

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Winners of Sunday’s archery meet in the High School Division, left to right: First Place Boys, Stephen Simmons (271); Girls: Third Place, Carlie Ervine (246); Second Place, Tresten Taylor (250); First Place, Kyleen Alkire (251).

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- Geoff Hamill can be contacted at gshamill@pocahontastimes.com