Archery Team headed to Nationals; Maxfield second place in State
The Butler County High School Archery Team has had a phenomenal season, making history with its impressive performances in the KHSAA and NASP tournaments. The Boys' team placed 2nd in the KHSAA Region tournament and 3rd in the State tournament, marking the first time in school history that the Boys' team has placed at the State level. Meanwhile, the Girls' team finished 2nd in the KHSAA region and 7th in the State, showing that both teams are talented.
One standout athlete on the team is Tobin Maxfield, who placed 2nd overall in the KHSAA State tournament. Maxfield's performance was a significant factor in the team's success, and she also placed 2nd overall Female in the NASP State tournament. The entire team placed 6th in the NASP State tournament with a score of 3367, cementing their place as one of the top archery teams in the State.
The team's success has not gone unnoticed, and they have earned their peers' and community members' respect and admiration. As a result, the team will now compete in the NASP Eastern Nationals, which will take place in Louisville on May 12. The Nationals is a massive opportunity for the team to showcase their skills and compete against the best archers from across the region.
Head Coach Wesley Jones and assistant coach Jesse Hudson expressed their pride and admiration for the team, given the success of this year's team. The teams' determination and drive are apparent in their accomplishments and endeavors.
The team's success reflects the hard work and dedication they have put into their training, and they have shown that anything is possible with the right mindset and work ethic. The Butler County High School Archery Team is a talented group, and we wish them the best of luck in the upcoming Eastern National tournament.