The host teams placed second in the middle school and high school divisions of the Kaufman Winter Invitational Archery Tournament Dec. 8, and Kaufman Christian School won the elementary division. Scurry-Rosser was the top middle school team.
Kaufman Christian also swept the individual awards in the elementary division while Mabank and Scurry-Rosser took top honors in the middle school individual competition.
Georgia Fisher won the elementary girls contest and Tobin East was the top boy to lead Kaufman Christian to a 2,503-point performance, edging out Terrell Wildfire Homeschool Academy.
Rowan Beadle was second with 239 points, just behind East with 242. Everett Jones was seventh with 234 points.
Fisher’s 260 points was 20 ahead of second place. Teammate Sydney Jones was sixth with 220.
Scurry-Rosser fielded four middle school teams, with the top squad posting a winning score of 3,220. Kaufman was second with 3,150.
Ashton Tarpley of Scurry-Rosser won the girls competition with 279 points and teammate Jaylee Reed was eighth with 271.
Bryanna Wyatt of Kaufman finished sixth with 274 points. Emma Griffin, Grayse Hale and Katie Preston of Mabank were third, fourth and fifth, and Savannah Wagner placed seventh. Renee Ford was 10th.
Gaven Parker of Mabank was the top middle school boy with 286 points. Noah Norris of Scurry-Rosser was second with 284.
Kendall Penland of Mabank was fifth with 279 points, Jason Makerney of Kaufman sixth with 274, Tyler West of Kaufman seventh with 272 and Nicholas Casares of Mabank ninth with 271.
Arlington Martin was the top high school with 3,338 points followed by Kaufman with 3,288.
For the girls, Seema Jawaheri had the top Kaufman finish with 284 points for third, Haley Jouett was sixth with 278, Alyssa McClane eighth with 277 and Kathryn Burt was 10th with 277.
Ethan Thurston was the top Kaufman boy with 277 points in ninth place. Gavin Van Horn of Mabank placed sixth at 282. Winning score was 293.
Scores are calculated for 30 arrows with a maximum score of 300 points. Team scores are the top four males, top four females and next four highest scores from the team.