PCT archers perform well outdoors

Competing in its first outdoor match of the season, the Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team scored well during the Adam Wheatcroft Memorial Tournament at James Madison University on April 5-6.

Wildcat archers took seven first-place finishes – three in individual competition and four in team competition – three seconds and five thirds.

Winning individual titles were Cody Wolfe, of Tioga, in men’s compound; Kelvin Dewalt, of Easton, in men’s bowhunter; and Kendel Baier, of Jersey Shore, in women’s bowhunter.

Penn College team winners were in:

  • Women’s bowhunter team, comprised of Baier; Courtney Deshong, of McConnellsburg; and Kathreen Larsen, of Clinton Corners, N.Y.;

Men’s compound (with Wolfe; Markus Weber, of La Plata, Md.; Justus Leimbach, of Westminster, Md.; and Matt Cummings, of Mountville);

  • Mixed compound (with Leimbach and Lapinski); and
  • Mixed bowhunter (Dewalt and Baier).

Placing second for Penn College were:

  • Nicole Lapinski, of Bloomsburg, in women’s compound; and
  • The mixed recurve team of Gregg Foust, of Murrysville, and Alana Androvette, of Williamsport;
  • The women’s compound team (with Lapinski; Abigail Hricko, of Nicholson; and Ashley Baker, of Coudersport);

Foust recorded an individual third-place finish in men’s recurve as did Weber in men’s compound, Deshong in women’s bowhunter, the women’s recurve team of Androvette; Julie Carr, of Souderton; and Pam Hartman, of Harrisburg; and the men’s bowhunter team of Dewalt; Robert Heinrich, of Unityville; Matt Lech, of Johnstown; and Chris Lafey, of Weatherly.

Next, Penn College travels to the University of Connecticut for the Eastern Regional Championships April 18-20.