The J.Z. George archery team got started on its second season Feb. 1 with a shoot at Neshoba Central High School in Philadelphia.
The archery team, comprised of girls and boys, outshot Neshoba Central 2,731-2,681 as the top 12 scores are taken in the competition.
Wil’Tavious Williams recorded the top score for the Jaguars with a 267. Colten Brashear was second with a 258, and the threesome of Brayden Counts, Austyn Chenault and Ian Mills all shot a 237.
Shamar Griffin was next with a 229, and Jacob Johnson wasn’t far behind with a 221 total. Daniel Miller had a 217.
Juniors Kelsey Rowe and Mackenzie Mims both shot 211, and Makayla Miller finished with a 210. Mariah Burns had a 196.
J.Z. George will host Pillow Academy and Grenada on Feb. 18 in its next shoot. The archery team will host Nanih Waiya on March 1 and Neshoba Central on March 25.
The team is coached by Jeff Fulgham, and he is assisted by Scott McCrory and Joe Nokes.