Cullman Middle and Vinemont Elementary hit their targets in Louisville, Kentucky this weekend.
The Bearcats finished fourth out of 123 teams, while the Eagles placed fifth out of 77 squads at the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Eastern National IBO 3D Challenge, which came to a close on Saturday afternoon.
Evan Dockery (290), Will Bolzle (286), Briana Willoughby (283), Jack Yeager (278), Brinley Hurt (277) and Ava Ray (276) provided the counting scores for Cullman, which racked up 1,690 points.
Dockery ranked first out of 332 sixth-grade boys and seventh out of 1,062 middle school boys.
Vinemont Middle (1,618) finished 30th. Rylan McRae (279) notched the team's top performance to finish 58th out of 1,062 middle school boys.
Tucker Robinson led Vinemont Elementary (1,578) with a total score of 285. Caroline Miller (264), Addison Holcomb (262), Gavin Phillips (259), Emma Hathaway (254) and Riley Bramley (254) crafted contributions as well for the Eagles.
Robinson was fifth out of 694 elementary boys.
Sarah Spann (268) was the top archer for East Elementary, which finished eighth (1,562) overall.
She was 22nd out of 597 elementary girls.
Welti Elementary placed 67th overall with 1,284 points.
Cullman High was 47th out of 133 participating schools.
Kilie Cosper (287) placed 22nd out of 941 high school girls.
Several local programs also took part in the Eastern National Bullseye Tournament.
Vinemont finished 11th out of 200 elementary schools.
East (13th), West Point (169th) and Welti (192nd) also competed.
Robinson was the top local archer with 277 points. He was 48th out of 2,229 elementary boys.
Cullman finished 10th out of 255 middle schools.
Vinemont (20th) and West Point (207th) also competed.
Willoughby was the top local archer with 291 points.
She had the highest score out of 804 sixth-grade girls and was 12th out of 2,559 middle school girls.
West Point finished 99th out of 263 high schools.
Cullman (149th), Good Hope (172nd) and Vinemont (178th) also competed.
Vinemont's Cadan Welch was the top local archer with 294 points.
He was 24th out of 2,699 high school boys.
East Elementary finished fourth out of nine teams in the Centershot National 3D Tournament.
Jill Blocher had the highest score with 274 to finish third out of 96 elementary girls.
Cullman Middle finished sixth out of 21 teams in the same competition.
Bolzle (284) had the highest score and was 11th out of 228 middle school boys.
East Elementary finished 11th out of 19 teams in the Centershot National Bullseye Tournament.
Karli Jo Ballenger (259) had the highest score to finish 47th out of 205 elementary girls.
For complete results, visit www.nasptournaments.org