SPRINGVILLE - Coming off their first tournament triumph of the season at Bellevue just a week earlier, the Anamosa Schools archery team looked to keep the good times and high scores going in Springville Saturday, Feb. 1.
For the most part it was mission accomplished as the Raiders tallied 3,332 points and placed in the tournament top-5 overall with Malcolm Wheeler leading the team posting a score of 289 that was fifth among all 443 boys competing.
North Linn topped the 10-team high school field coming through with a score of 3,382 and topped the runner-up hosts’ 3,365 total while Cedar Rapids Prairie (3,315), Center Point-Urbana (3,280), Bellevue (3,249), North Scott (3,200), Alburnett (3,193), Mount Vernon (3,184) and Marion (3,183) rounded out the field.
Lillian Spores topped all Anamosa girls as her 285 score was fifth among all 378 girls while teammate Brianna Howard was sixth after her 284 effort. Lilly Machart rounded out the girls’ overall top-10 finishing with a 282 tally.
Also scoring for the Anamosa team in the high school shoot were: Alexander Shover (284), Aubree Osberg (282), Kole Haverly (282), Jenna Eidel-Matula (279), Makenna Bieber (275), Shea Keister (269), Trey Jensen (262) and Kennedy Siefker (259).
Kaylin Heims led all Raider middle school shooters finishing with a 284 total that placed her second among all 187 girls competing in the class.
Also helping the Anamosa team to a sixth-place showing posting a 3,124 score were: Archer Boffeli (270), Erik Haselius (266), Rheagyn Uthoff (262), Aiden Winekauf (261), Cadence Spores (260), Kole Kreger (258), Keaton Haverly (257), Caejyn Helgens (255), Braeden Keister (254), Logan Bell (251) and Hogan Bowman (246).
Mount Vernon claimed the middle school team championship finishing with a score of 3,227 while Anamosa defeated Alburnett (3,084), North Linn (3,082), North Scott (2,947) and Vernon Middle School (2,863).
Anamosa’s elementary team tallied a score of 2,514 to place fourth against a four-team field with Ryan McCrabb leading the way with a 240 score that was 10th among boys in the class. Margaret Bieber also cracked the girls’ top-10 for the Raiders as her 226 effort was 10th in the division.
Also scoring for the elementary team were: Nathale Gioimo (220), Hailey Winekauf (216), Kayden Wherry (216), Paige Heims (214), Jason Haselius (209), Carter Hudson (205), Zeke Claussen-Tubbs (198), Rylan Dietiker (195), Jameson Britcher (195) and Lyla Broghammer (180).