SUMMER 2020 Wrestling For the second season in a row, the Shiloh Wrestling team grew in number and gained several talented athletes. This helped them compete for team wins and not just individual wins. The team placed 2nd at the first ever Arkansas 4A Dual State Tournament. They went on to place 4th at the 2020 Arkansas State Tournament with seven athletes placing at state including three State Champions: Jacob Solomon (1st), Gavin Goddard (1st) (2-Time State Champion), Lucas Hankins (1st), Noah Bowerman (3rd), Blayne Sewell (3rd), Sam Oelke (4th), and Russell Norsworthy (4th). Trap Shooting The tenth season for Shiloh's Trap Shooting team was expected to be one of the best yet. They were projected to win the conference championship and repeat as the state champions in the Arkansas State High School Clay Target League. Unfortunately, the season was cut short by COVID-19 after only five practices. The coaches were excited about the team's progress as the senior division shooters scored perfect 25/25 rounds, and the new shooters were making great progress. The team's only Senior, Connor Dearian, will be missed. Soccer The 2020 Lady Saints Soccer season had a strong start; unfortunately, it was cut short by COVID-19 after only one varsity game and two junior varsity games. The coaches were encouraged by the girl’s response to the new weight training and practice expectations that were introduced this year. The team consisted of 19 girls grades 9-12. The team had four seniors that contributed skill and leadership to the team. They will be missed by their teammates and coaches. The team is looking forward to competing in spring of 2021 and continuing to build on what they started during the 2020 season. Cheer The 2019-2020 Shiloh Cheer season was filled with excitement and many accomplishments. Lots of memories were made supporting the teams from summer camp through football season, local and state cheer competitions and basketball season. The highlight of the season was cheering for the Saints Football team at the State Championship game in Little Rock. Team Captain, Kendal McCall, was named Arkansas Activities Association All-State Cheerleader. SPORTS: SEASON SUMMARIES 25

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