Patterson Steps Down As Arrowcat Coach
After 14 years as an archery coach with the Trigg County Arrowcats, Tom Patterson is stepping down.  He made the announcement official at the Arrowcats' banquet Monday. Patterson, who used to compete in International Bowhunting Organization events, joined the Trigg County archery program in its early stages at the urging of then-coordinator Tina Davis.  Since then, Patterson has been a part of 17 state championships and 11 national championships at Trigg County.

He received the prestigious NASP On Target for Life Award, given to the archery coach who proves to be an oustanding role model for archery students, last year.  He was also named the KHSAA Coach of the Year in 2016.

Patterson currently serves as the advisor and coach of the Murray State University Archery Club.  He said he still plans to remain in different aspects of archery in the region and state.

Just some of the hardware Tom Patterson has accrued as Trigg County Arrowcat coach.
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