Sophomore Kaylee Bohle has won the Smith-Cotton Archery Team's first medal. She placed fifth in the high school division at last weekend's tournament in Lincoln.

Sedalia School District 200
Sedalia School District 200


Bohle shot a 257 with four bullseyes, which placed her second among 10th grade girls.

This was Bohle's third tournament. She shot 236 at Cole Camp, 226 at Clinton, and a 257 at Lincoln.

"Kaylee is showing steady improvement and is peaking at the right time of the year," said Coach Charlie McFail. "Hopefully she can get qualified for the state tournament in the next couple of weeks."

Smith-Cotton sophomore Kaylee Bohle, center, displays the medal she earned at the Feb. 25 archery tournament at Lincoln. With her are S-C Coach Charlie McFail, left, and Mark Miller of the Missouri Department of Conservation, who has played a key role in launching the archery program at S-C.

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