With the weather dropping to near freezing temperatures on Saturday, a pair of area high school archery teams decided to take aim indoors.
With the weather dropping to near freezing temperatures on Saturday, a pair of area high school archery teams decided to take aim indoors. Healdton and Madill’s teams took part in the Lawton Kiwanis Archery Shootout, which took place at the Great Plains Coliseum at the Comanche County Fairgrounds. Healdton won the event with a total team score of 3,346, while Madill came in fourth overall with a team score of 3,130. In the girls division, Healdton’s top finisher was Olivia Moody who came in fourth with a 284, with Abbi Sanders finishing 10th overall with a 275. Angel Jones and Gracie Matthews both recorded identical 272 scores for Healdton, with Makayla Vanalstine posting a 267. Brooklyn Keck finished with a 237 for Healdton, with Lizzie Wolf rounding out the scores at 226. Madill’s girls were led by Myrissa Bowermaster in 12th place with a score of 273, with McKenzie Reed at 270. Leslie Smith finished with a 264 for Madill, with Ashlynn Arnold at 255, Brooklyn Nixon at 253, and Mariana Mendez at 239. On the boys side, Healdton was led by Isreal Shinn who finished second overall with a 288, followed by teammates Karson Warrington, Toby Aycox, and Konnor Engle who finished third, fourth and fifth respectively with identical scores of 286. Ryan Matthews posted a 282 score for Healdton, with teammate Jerod Aycox close behind with a 279. Braden Florey and Devin O’Brian each posted a 268 for Healdton, with Easton Tolliver recording a 259, Kyle Puckett a 248, Conner Smith a 237, with Dillon Renfro and Chance Catron each posting a 229 to round out the scores for Healdton’s boys. Madill’s boys were led by Britton Goss who finished 11th overall with a 275, with Braelan Bridenstine at 266, and Brayden Feuerborn at 265. Riggin Melton and Conner Mathis recorded scores of 262 and 259 respectively, with Andrew Ray at 248, and Riley Bridenstine at 240, along with Aaron Vann. Justin Smith finished with a 230 for Madill, with Joel Halvorsen at 227, rounding out the results for the Wildcats.