Tri-Village Archery Team Hosts Patriot Tournament

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The Tri-Village Archery Program shown above hosted a tournament at Darke County Fairgrounds. The team had a successful showing. (Dan Stockton Photo)

GREENVILLE – On Saturday January 14, 2023, the Tri-Village Archery Teams held an all-day tournament at the Darke County Fair in the Youth Building.

Middle School Team Front Row, L-R: Molly Etchison, Lillian Hampton, Charlie Palmer, Nicholas Enicks, Kevin Toschlog, Anthony Moore, Kenneth Toschlog, Dallas Grow, and Dylon Martin. Middle Row, L-R: Lillian Case, Samantha Hampton, Isabelle Miller, Aydreyn York, Kedrin Brumbaugh, Maddox Allen, Gabe Burke, Natalie Blumenstock, Hannah Hays, and Acaydia Mayer. Back Row, L-R: Makayla Allen, Alivia Allen, Addison Meade, Alinda Allen, Kayleese Keaser, Evan Duncan, Americus Hirsh, Alyssa Wood, Sophie Goins, Addy Enicks, and Cheyenne Fleagle. Not pictured: Connor Byrd, Katelyn Stewart, Cora Keiser, and Emma Muhlenkamp

Five teams from Ohio and Indiana participated in this tournament: Tri-Village, Tri-County North, Northeastern (Indiana), Southern Wells, and Jay County.

The Elementary division had three teams: Southern Wells placed first with a team score of 2402, Tri-Village Elementary placed second with a team score of 2249, and Tri-County North placed third with a team score of 1171.

Tri-Village had several individuals place in the top ten in both the boys and girls.

The boys had Wyatt Blanton (251) placed first, Liam Moore (239) placed second, and Marc Hopkins (218) placed eighth.

L-R: Wyatt Blanton, Liam Moore, Aaliyah VanDyke & Issabell Meade

The girls had Aaliyah VanDyke (237) placed first, Isabell Meade (219) placed second, Lilia Deem (193) placed sixth, Kendale Francis (181) placed seventh, and Josalyn Curtner (141) placed tenth.

The Middle School division had four teams: Tri-Village placed first with a score of 3061, Northeastern (Indiana) placed second with a team score of 2902, Southern Wells placed third with a team score of 2838, and a second Northeastern (Indiana) placed fourth with a team score of 2085.

Tri-Village had several individuals place in the top ten in both the boys and girls.

The boys had Charlie Palmer (271) placed second and Dallas Grow (265) placed sixth.

Middle School L-R: Alivia Allen, Lillian Case & Charlie Palmer

The girls had Lillian Case (269) placed second, Alivia Allen (266) placed third, Alinda Allen (266) placed fourth, Addison Meade (258) placed sixth, and Sophie Goins (258) placed seventh.

The High School division had three teams: Tri-Village placed first with a team score of 3260, Northeastern (Indiana) placed second with a team score of 3223, and Jay County placed third with a team score of 2910.

High School Front Row, L-R: Kaitlynn Brewster, Hunter Ridout, Landen Moore, Hunter Gilbert, Katelynn Lewis, Salem Byrd, Madeline Holton, Alex Begoon, and Taylor Begoon. Middle Row, L-R: Rayna Kauffman, Sophie Hardwick, Logan Byrd, Jackson Farmer, Stephen Derksen, Wesley Osborne, Oakley Martin, Stuart Brown, Ethan Kosier, and Lana Moore. Back Row, L-R: Elizabeth Moss, Alyssa Begoon, Lydia Kauffman, Lexi Keiser, Lainey Miller, Zane Osborne, Austin Kosier, Dan Walden, Matthew Brewster, Damien Gates, and Mason Auten. Not pictured: Braden Denny, Cynthia Kiser, and Weston Meyers.

Tri-Village had several individuals place in the top ten in both the boys and girls.

High School L-R: Elizabeth Moss, Rayna Kauffman & Lana Moore.

The boys we had Landon Moore (277) placed fourth, Jackson Farmer (277) placed fifth, Austin Kosier (276) placed sixth, and Wesley Osborne (276) placed eighth.

The girls we had Lana Moore (279) placed first, Rayna Kauffman (278) placed second, and Elizabeth Moss (278) placed third.

The Tri-Village Archery team will host a smaller tournament on Saturday January 28, 2023, at the Cedar Grove Life Center and will compete against Tri-County North and Bethel.