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Penn College Archers Off to Great Start


After only its first meet, the Pennsylvania College of Technology archery team has a state champion.

Junior Rachel Probst, a graduate of Bald Eagle Area High School in Wingate, captured the Women’s Compound Division title during the Pennsylvania Indoor Championships. Competing in the same division, freshmen Sarah Douglas (West Perry) was second and Beth Robinson (Williamsport) third.

Two Wildcat men, freshman Robert McIntosh (Lockport, N.Y.) and senior Micah Gerrity (Williamsbury) placed third in the male recurve and male compound divisions, respectively, while junior Aaron Holdren (Athens) was fourth in male recurve and sophomore Adam Milcoff (Spring Grove) fourth in male compound.

Wildcat archers fared even better in their second outing at the Mid-Atlantic Indoor Championships, with Probst (women’s compound), McIntosh (male recurve) and freshman Chad Groff (West Perry) claiming championships.

In the Women’s Compound Division, Douglas was second and Robinson third, while, in male compound, Penn College men took the top six spots: Gerrity second behind Groff, junior Harry Bauman (Lock Haven) third, senior Dave Healey (New Castle, Del.) fourth, junior Matt Frye (Muncy) fifth and freshman Ryan Romberger (Upper Dauphin) sixth.

The next outing for Penn College will be March 8-10 at the National Indoor Eastern Regional at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va.

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