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Project judges find shooting sports champions to be right on the mark
Wednesday, August 1, 2012 7:26 AM
Following are the results of the 4-H shooting sports project:
Steven Vlot, champion beginner.
Ashley Wesco, most improved beginner.
Preston Teusch, champion intermediate.
Brit Eltzroth, most improved intermediate.
Andy Killen, champion advanced.
Onna Doering, most improved advanced.
Participation awards: Colin Betterly, Diamond Boggs, Phoenix Bruce, Tyler Campbell, Thomas Crider, Eli Eltzroth, Lucas Grube, Darren Jackson, Nicholas Jackson, Joann Keckler, Riley Killen, Martha Kiningham and Wyatt Landrum.
Also, Brady Lewis, Nolan McCullough, Tyler Nelson, Todd Nichols, Jonathan Rentschler, Aaron Riecke, Jacob Scalf, Noah Smith, Marissa Stephan, Tyler Stephan, Elaina Teusch and Emily Willard.
Trevor Teeple, champion beginner.
Jarod Miller, most improved beginner.
Participation awards: Chayton Foster, Dakota Foster, Michael Kibellus and Joshua Platt.
A.J. Hoover, champion.
Mason Sell, most improved.
Participation awards: Kody Moon, Colin Suchcicki, Seth Moon, Devin Suchcicki and Kayla Patrick.
Karissa Marley, champion beginner.
Hunnter Hensley, most improved beginner.
Participation award: Jonah Ellis.
Cody Jones, champion beginner.
Hunter Mann, champion advanced.
Lucas Reust, most improved.
Griffin Brundige, Parker Brundige, Lane Burnau, Brit Eltzroth, Eli Eltzroth, Layne Neal and Zachary Parks.