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The Results Are In: FFA Clay Shoot a Big Success

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Participants were challenged to a variety of clay targets throughout the 50 shot course. Some clays fly away from the participants, other clays came from behind or right or left.  There were also clays rolling along the ground knows as rabbits.  The course was set to challenge competitive shooters, but also allowed for beginners to gain confidence in shooting clays for the first time

Participants were challenged to a variety of clay targets throughout the 50 shot course. Some clays fly away from the participants, other clays came from behind or right or left.  There were also clays rolling along the ground knows as rabbits.  The course was set to challenge competitive shooters, but also allowed for beginners to gain confidence in shooting clays for the first time

Tiffany Hoy

Tiffany Hoy

Participants were challenged to a variety of clay targets throughout the 50 shot course. Some clays fly away from the participants, other clays came from behind or right or left.  There were also clays rolling along the ground knows as rabbits.  The course was set to challenge competitive shooters, but also allowed for beginners to gain confidence in shooting clays for the first time

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The Tyrone Area FFA Clay Shoot was hosted on October 7 at the Warriors Mark Wingshooting Lodge and Kennels in Ginter. A total of 77 shooters came to take part in the event and help the chapter to shatter their fundraising goal.

The overall winners for the Lewis Class scoring system used for the shoot were Mick Markel in Class A, Ryan Fleck in Class B, Richard Rice in Class C, Mark Cushion in Class D, Leo Veit in Class E, and Wade Hendrickson was the top junior shooter. Each of these participants received a $25 gift card.

I liked having the opportunity to shoot with my stepdad, and I even got lucky and won, so that’s a plus”

— Wade Hendrickson

“I liked having the opportunity to shoot with my stepdad, and I even got lucky and won, so that’s a plus,” said Wade Hendrickson.

FFA members served as trappers and had fun interacting with the community and other members of the chapter. They each had their own part in making the day better through their leadership qualities.

“I enjoy going to the clay shoot and I encourage people to take part in it as well. It’s really fun to interact with a bunch of new people and have a good time together,” said Chapter President MaKenna LaRosa.

The FFA students would like to thank the following sponsors:  Supreme level – Albemarle, Bonney Forge Corporation, DELKAB, D&S Transportation and Safety, Exposed Grafix, Evergreen Farms, Inc., Forney Financial Solutions, LLC, Helena Agri-Enterprises LLC Lytle’s Transfer & Storage Inc., Spruce Creek Tavern, Showalter Landscaping, Timber Ridge Livestock, Tyrone American Legion Post 281; Gold level – C & L Lawn Care Inc., GNP Turning Point Woodworking, Cabinet Fashions LLC, Warriors Mark Fencing LLC; Silver level – DelGrosso’s Family of Companies, Imler’s Poultry; and Bronze level – American Eagle Paper Mills, Bressler’s Food Mart & Sports, Bob DeArmitt Heating & Air Conditioning, Hilecrest Farm LLC,    Northern Supply Guns and Ammo, and Tyrone Milling.

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Anthony Dalesio, Colin Jackson and Reilly Ronan are waiting to take their groups out on the course at the start of the Tyrone Area FFA Fun Clay Shoot.

 

 

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One Response to “The Results Are In: FFA Clay Shoot a Big Success”

  1. Brian Carns on October 13th, 2018 11:59 am

    This was my first time shooting sporting clays. It was great fun to support a great group of young men and women. Thanks to the FFA for putting on such a fantastic event.

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