GRAND RAPIDS – North Woods archers scored well at a tournament in Grand Rapids on Sat., Feb. 18, with the middle schoolers taking team titles in both bullseye and three-dimensional target …
GRAND RAPIDS – North Woods archers scored well at a tournament in Grand Rapids on Sat., Feb. 18, with the middle schoolers taking team titles in both bullseye and three-dimensional target shooting events.
In the bullseye competition at the high school level, Cadence Nelson placed second among 11th grade girls and second overall. In the ninth-grade boys group Blaze Markwardt captured first and Lincoln Antikainen took third.
Peyton Swanson set the mark for the middle school boys division, winning first overall and first among seventh-graders. In the sixth-grade boys group, Cooper Long took second, Brady Swanson placed third, and Buckley LeForte finished fourth. Merilee Scofield took fourth among eighth grade girls, and Kalle Nelson placed third among seventh grade girls. Laurin Glass and Michaela Brunner placed third and fourth, respectively, in the sixth-grade girls group.
In the elementary group, Connor Anderson won first in the fourth-grade boys division, Clark Danielson placed second among fifth grade boys, and Kaidence Scofield took fourth among fifth grade girls.
Cadence Nelson collected another second-place finish among 11th grade girls and Cooper Antikainen took third among 12th grade girls. Blaze Markwardt took third place in the high school boys division and first place among ninth graders. Lincoln Antikainen took second in the ninth grade group, and Riley Las took fourth in the 11th grade section.
In middle school boys competitionl, Cooper Long jumped up a notch to capture first place overall and first in sixth grade. Seventh-grader Jacob Towner placed fourth, while sixth-graders Brady Swanson and Ayden Anderson placed third and fifth, respectively.
Eighth grader Merilee Scofield, seventh grader Kalle Nelson, and sixth grader Laurin Glass each took third place in their grade division, and Michaela Brunner placed fifth among sixth grade girls.
Connor Anderson captured his second first of the day among fourth grade boys, while fifth-grader Clark Danielson scored second overall among elementary boys and second among fifth graders.
Leah Las picked up fifth place among fourth grade girls.