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Several area schools and students placed in the top five finishers at the 2019 Missouri National Archery in the Schools Program state archery tournament March 22-24 at Branson.

Schools and students competed at the tournament in bullseye and 3-D archery, which features targets molded onto the sides of foam models of game animals like deer, turkeys and bighorn sheep.

Bullseye

Trinity Lutheran School placed second out of 17 in the elementary school division.

Among individual high school girls:

Kamryn Twehus, of Blair Oaks High School, placed third out of 387 high school girls and first out of 83 high school junior girls.

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Meaghan Frank, of Fatima High School, placed fourth among high school girls and first out of 132 freshman girls.

Among individual middle school boys:

Klint Luebbering, of St. Thomas the Apostle School, placed second out of 586 middle school boys and first out of 217 eighth-grade boys.

Kannon Talken, of St. Francis Xavier School in Taos, placed third among middle school boys and second among eighth-grade boys.

Among individual middle school girls:

Alana McDonald, of St. Andrew School in Tipton, placed fifth among 437 individual middle school girls and second out of 187 eighth-grade girls.

Among individual elementary school boys:

Luke Angerer, of Trinity Lutheran School, placed first out of 293 elementary boys and first out of 173 fifth-grade boys.

Colten Scheulen, of St. Joseph Catholic School in Westphalia, placed second among elementary boys and second among fifth-grade boys.

Among individual elementary school girls:

Sydney King, of Trinity Lutheran, placed second out of 220 elementary girls and first out of 85 fourth-grade girls.

Kylie Hoeller-Raderman, of St. Thomas the Apostle School, placed fourth among elementary girls and third out of 135 fifth-grade girls.

Mallory McDonnell, of St. Elizabeth R-4, placed fifth among elementary girls and fourth among fifth-grade girls.

3-D

Trinity Lutheran placed first in the elementary school division out of seven schools.

St. Stanislaus School in Wardsville placed second in the middle school division out of 23 schools.

Among individual high school girls:

Kamryn Twehus, of Blair Oaks High School, placed second out of 160 high school girls and second out of 37 11th-grade girls.

Among individual middle school boys:

Cody Berhorst, of St. Joseph Catholic School in Westphalia, placed second out of 216 middle school boys and first out of 70 seventh-grade boys.

Mathew Johnson, of Trinity Lutheran School, placed fourth among middle school boys and second out of 74 eighth-grade boys.

Among individual middle school girls:

Avery Doerhoff, of St. Stanislaus School, placed second out of 176 middle school girls and first out of 66 eighth-grade girls.

Alison Forbis, of St. Francis Xavier School, placed third among middle school girls and second out of 62 seventh-grade girls.

Madison Verslues, of St. Stanislaus School, placed fifth among middle school girls and fourth among seventh-grade girls.

Among individual elementary school boys:

Luke Angerer, of Trinity Lutheran School, placed first out of 216 middle school boys and second out of 74 eighth-grade boys.

Colten Scheulen, of St. Joseph Catholic School in Westphalia, placed second among middle school boys and second out of 69 fifth-grade boys.

Bridger Markway, of St. Stanislaus School, placed fifth among middle school boys and fifth among fifth-grade boys.

Among individual elementary school girls:

Sydney King, of Trinity Lutheran School, placed first out of 70 elementary girls and first out of 25 fourth-grade girls.

Linley Pleus, of St. Francis Xavier School, placed second among elementary girls and first out of 45 fifth-grade girls.

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Alyson Thessen, of St. Francis Xavier School, placed third among elementary girls and second among fifth-grade girls.

AnnaJo Hill, of Trinity Lutheran, placed fourth among elementary girls and second among fourth-grade girls.

Student archers who shot qualifying scores at the tournament will earn spots at the National Archery in the Schools Program national tournament May 9-11 in Louisville, Kentucky, according to a news release from the Missouri Department of Conservation. Registration for the national tournament closes April 20.

The Missouri state tournament was at the Branson Convention Center and drew more than 3,200 student archers in grades 4-12 from 170 schools across Missouri, according to the Department of Conservation's news release.

The Department of Conservation and the Missouri Conservation Heritage Foundation sponsored and coordinated the tournament.

More bullseye tournament results are available at nasptournaments.org/TournamentDetail.aspx?tid=4659, and more 3-D tournament results are available at nasptournaments.org/TournamentDetail.aspx?tid=4660.

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