On Saturday July 28, 2018, The Grand County 4-H Shooting Sports Program held its first annual County Shoot.
Thirty-six young 4-H member came to compete in the shooting disciplines that they had been practicing in all summer. We had kids shooting shotgun trap, 22 hunt opens site rifle. 22 open sight pistol and several different classes of archery. Blue Valley Sportsman’s Club hosted the event and the shooting sports program would like to thank them for their continued support of the Grand County 4-H shooting program.
The Grand County Shooting program would also like to thank the NRA Foundation for providing funding to the program for equipment through their annual Grant Program. All of the competitors scores will be posted in the exhibit hall during fair August 9-13 in Kremmling.
When the day of competition was complete the following member scored on top.
Senior ( age 14-18) 1 st Dane Biekert 2 nd Austin Schake 3 rd Daisy Bryne
Junior ( age 8-13) 1 st Emily Perdue 2 nd Lauren Hoesli 3 rd Rider Line tied with Blake Terryberry
Hunter open sight
Junior ( age 8-13) 1 st Lance Eisenman 2 nd Rider Linke 3 rd Brooke Terry Berry
Junior (age 8-13) 1 st Shiloh French 2 nd Barret Acker
Compound Unlimited Class
Senior (age 14-18) 1 st Carson Culbreth 2 nd Madison Jump 3 rd Dusty Beason
Junior (age 8-13) 1 st Madison Mullinex 2 nd Stella Bryne 3 rd Mackenzie Moyer
Junior ( age 8-13) 1 st Dean Ratcliff 2 nd Haley Miller 3 rd Aspyn Frazier
They Competition ended the year for the program with lots of growth and improvement of the all 4-H members over the nine week shooting time. If anyone is interested in helping as a certified volunteer or kids wanting to be involved, contact the Grand County Extension Office for more information about the 2019 year at 970-724-3436.
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