(top) Ryan Vaughn, (L to R) Jillian Scherff, Kylie Fogle, Kaylee Holder, Wyatt Taylor, Camryn Fogle, Finn Carney, Austin Scherff, Cannon Estfon, Emma Pressley and Izzy Vaughn

Last week, Moore County students in grades 4-12 traveled to Hyder Brooks Ag Pavilion in Cookeville with Extension Agent Mrs. Brenda Hannah and their families to compete against other teams in the state and put their archery skills to the test. Based on their age and their division, students shoot from various distances and also competed in a ‘skill-a-thon’ to test their shooting sport knowledge, ranging from wildlife, outdoor recreation, and safety. According to Extension Agent Alex Sparks, the team did very well! “I loved seeing the growth that this team displayed. Numerous team members attended my Beginner Archer Course last fall, and I had the opportunity to watch them establish basic archery fundamentals and safety to last week competing on the floor with confidence,” Sparks shared.

Once the results are released, Students in grades 8-12 that qualify will have the opportunity to compete in the 4-H State Invitational in the fall.


(L to R) Allie Marshall, Emma Trussell, Aubrey Cashion, and Aiden Barecky

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