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Archery Awards

Pictured: Lucas Smith, Tara McGee, McKenzie Beaneland, Lane Warren

Pictured: Lucas Smith, Tara McGee, McKenzie Beaneland, Lane Warren

Pictured: Lucas Smith, Tara McGee, McKenzie Beaneland, Lane Warren

Pictured: Lucas Smith, Tara McGee, McKenzie Beaneland, Lane Warren

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Monday April 30th, the Eagle Archers had their annual season-ending banquet/awards ceremony.

Coaches and athletes alike shared stories about their favorite moments and experiences of the 2017-18 Archery season.

The team gave the only senior, Natalee Kendall a going away gift followed by a tearful speech from the veteran senior. The most important thing from her to the team was to “BEAT TRIGG COUNTY!”

Assistant coaches were also recognized for their contributions to the young team. Those coaches are James Sims, Melissa Jameson, and Coy Beaneland.

After everyone filled up on BBQ, burgers, and nachos awards were given out.

Rookie of the Year went to freshman, Lane Warren. Most Consistent also went to Warren.

Most Improved, sophomore, Tara McGee

Top Female Scorer, sophomore, Makenzie Beaneland with an average score of 274.

Top Male Scorer – Lane Warren and Lucas Smith, both with an average of 278.

Returning overall Scoring Archers were Smith and Warren.

Every year the National Archery in the Schools Program(NASP) recognizes archers with grades higher than a B, or also known as Academic Archers. Those recognized at GC were junior, Lily Johnson, sophomore, Gracey Moffit, freshman, Naomi Ellegood, Makenzie Beaneland, freshman, Katie Hart
and Junior, Lucas Smith.

Head Coach, Kerry Smith gave out additional awards for the male and female with the highest GPA. Male winner was Lucas Smith with a 4.0 and the female winner was Lily Johnson also with a 4.0.

Stories were told, prizes were given away, and the Archery season officially ended.

Good luck next year Eagles!

 

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