Brickhouse Earns Top Archer Award at NASP State Tournament
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The LCS Archery Team competed in the National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) state tournament in late February. With 2862 points, the elementary team finished first in the state. The high school team tallied 3210 points for a 3rd place finish in Florida. Individually, junior Trey Brickhouse earned topped honors as the Best Overall Male Archer in Florida, scoring 294 out of a possible 300 points. He was also the winner of the high school boys’ division. For his achievement, Trey won a Genesis Bow and an $1,800 scholarship. Ninth grader Isaac Webb scored 287 points to finish fourth among high school boys. In the elementary boys’ division, LCS students brought home first place (fifth grader Miles Davis, 271 points), third place (fifth grader Kolby Broxton, 263 points) and fifth place (fourth grader CJ Miller, 259 points). The teams are coached by James and Barb Moore and Ron Henderson.