Summit--Following is a listing of elementary, middle and high school winners at the Holiday Classic Archery Tournament on Saturday at Boyd County Middle School.
High schools: 1. Elliott County (3,297); 2. Boyd County (3,077); 3. Fairview (2,398).
Middle schools: 1. Boyd County (3,186); 2. East Carter (2,624); 3. Holy Family (2,244).
Elementary schools: 1. Isonville (2,907), 2. Raceland-Worthington (2,261); 3. Boyd County Middle (1,397).
Top five high school male shooters: 1. Samuel Howard (292); 2. John Harper (283); 3. Cody Howard (277); 4. Gatlin Hicks (275); 5. Zach Smith (269).
Top five high school female shooters: 1. Brianna Gilliam (288); 2. Kendra Harper (274); 3. Halie Jones (272); 4. Renee Fultz (269); 5. Dana Karl (255).
Top five middle school male shooters: 1. Taylor Stevens (278); 2. Wade Kitchen (272); 3. Landon Gould (269); 4. Charles Sprouse (265); 5. Zach Wells (265).
Top five middle school female shooters: 1. Natalie Martin (275); 2. Baylee Thompson (274); 3. Meagan Huff (274); 4. Shelby Laney (272); 5. Kelsey Lainhart (265).
Top five elementary school male shooters: 1. Hunter Boyd (255); 2. Nathan Holbrook (255); 3. Alex Wells (250); 4. Nathan Queen (250); 5. Jim Barker (244).
Top five elementary school female shooters: 1. Michelle Stanley (257); 2. Esther Howard (257); 3. Hannah Hale (252); 4. Anna Skaggs (237); 5. Emma Dickerson (237).
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There was a knock on the classroom door and the next thing Kim Blanton saw was a steaming cup of hot chocolate and the smiling face of Jesse Allen.
Amending the Constitution?
Some students at Greenup County High School ended their day Tuesday with a fresh respect for the nation’s founders.
Hands, Faces, and Voices
A hundred pairs of eyes locked onto Cynthia Changaris, tracking her every move. A hundred pairs of ears strained to hear every word of the hoary old ghost story Changaris was telling.
Getting gross at camp
Without waiting for an introduction, Sunni Walters brandished a baggie of red goop and confided in a visitor: “We made blood! Yesterday we made snot!”
Pawing through some pages
Lady is a good reading companion if you want one who sits quietly, sometimes thumps her tail during the good parts, and gives you a high-five at the end of the page.
A salute to service
Dozens of cadets placed thousands of American flags at the burial sites of military veterans within Rose Hill Burial Park Friday morning, providing each with a slow salute and considering themselves fortunate for the opportunity to be there.
Learning to let go
One by one, 27 children picked their way down a sandy slope to the bank of the Little Sandy River, their hands held carefully on top of the red plastic cups they carried.
Hatcher principal Greene taking over Verity helm
Hatcher Principal David Greene won’t be out of a job when the elementary closes at the end of this school year.
Making mound music
The composition Boyd County Middle School band members will be performing Thursday prompts them to think about more than the notes they’re playing.
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