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Eagles Sighted In, Finish Third in Wheeling

February 6, 2019
BY BRUCE CRAWFORD - STAFF WRITER (BCRAWFORD@WETZELCHRONICLE.COM) , Wetzel Chronicle

After missing their first couple tournaments to open the season, the 24 Blue Eagles archery shooters made a trip to Wheeling Park to open their season in the first Wheeling Park "Shot in the Park" archery tournament Jan. 26.

The 10-hour competition included seven high school teams, 550 kids and middle school shooters from all around West Virginia, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

At the tournament's conclusion, John Marshall, Buckhannon-Upshur and Magnolia High School finished first, second and third place, respectively.

The Monarchs finished with 3,287 points, while Upshur nosed out Magnolia by 49 points and finished with 3, 254 points.

The top male shooter per division from Magnolia went to the Eagles' Jacob Koontz, who finished seventh in 99 shooters.

The Eagles' top female shooter was Blue Eagle Kiera Morgan, in 12th place out of 107 female high school shooters.

The 24 Magnolia shooters and their point totals were the following: Jacob Koontz with 278 points, Kiera Morgan with 273 points, Macayla London with 269 points, Austin Scheibelhood with 268 points, Jake Pennell with 268 points, Tyler White with 268 points, Kaleb Starkey with 267 points, Noah Wade with 266 points, Makalyn Renner with 265 points, Abby Wise with 264 points, Sadie Yoho with 263 points, Bo Trowbridge with 256 points, Wyatt Bard with 254 points, Alex Norton with 252 points, Josh Arrick with 249 points, Lily Spratt with 248 points, Griffin Wells with 242 points, Cassara Cooley with 241 points, Tanesha Yoho with 241 points, Landon Conner with 231 points, Kelsey Litman with 229 points, Diana Hernandez with 224 points, Gage White with 218 points and Drake Kocher with 213 points.

The Monarchs were led by senior Josh Baker, who fired a 289 out of 300 to earn individual runner-up honors behind tournament winner Cole Hoover of Buckhannon-Upshur with a score of 290.

The next tournament is at Cameron on Feb. 9 and Magnolia will host its second tournament shoot on Feb. 16.

 
 
 

 

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