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2014 Shoot Reports

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12/20/14 Sporting Clays Shoot

One officer, six members, and four guests (eleven total participants) had a great time at the 12/20/14 Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capital Trap & Skeet Club.  Steve Baker came in first place with 44/50.  Edward Terry and Scott Timpany tied for second place with 40/50.  Kyle Kirkwood came in third place with 37/50.  He was followed by Paul Ellis with 35/50, Bruce Crockett with 34/50, Kerry Kirkwood with 33/50, Harold Terry with 29/50, Gustavo Bultron with 29/50, Flint DeShazo with 23/50, and Becky Terry with 20/50.

12/7/14 ‘Give’m the Bird’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and one member (two total participants) had a good time at the 12/7/14 ‘Give’m the Bird’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a cool and overcast day.  Steve Baker shot a 81/100 for first place in B Class and Bruce Crockett shot a 71/100 for fourth place in D Class.

11/29/14 Sporting Clays Shoot

One officer, two members, and two guests (five total participants) had a good time at the 11/29/14 Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a pleasant, but windy morning.  Scott Timpany came in first place with 47/50.  Steve Baker came in second place with 44/50.  Paul Ellis came in third place with 37/50.  He was followed by Bruce Crockett with 29/50 and Otis Brinkley with 25/50.  Steve, Bruce, and Otis also shot the new Master’s Course.

10/25/14 Sporting Clays Shoot with the Youth of Great Hills Baptist Church

One officer, two members, nine guests (including seven first time guests) and 15 youth (27 total participants) had a good time at the 10/25/14 Sporting Clays Shoot with the Youth of Great Hills Baptist Church at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a pleasant, sunny and calm morning.  Scott Timpany came in first place with 44/50.  Jason Cox came in second place with 42/50.  Randy Rowley came in third place with 40/50.  He was followed by first time guest Rex Yocum with 34/50, first time guest David Reddington with 29/50, first time guest Mark Hall, Ryan Rowley, and first time guest Daniel VanCleave with 26/50, John-Daniel Bailey (youth) with 20/50, Josh Evans (youth) with 19/50, Matthew Baca (youth) with 18/50, Burl Fulenwider, Cayden Smith (youth) and first time guest Rich Zamora with 15/50, Timothy Kr0mer (youth), Brayden Smith (youth), and first time guest Kevin Snead with 13/50, Jenna Schisel (youth) with 12/50, Mark Hartsfield (youth) and Joshua Reddington (youth) with 11/50, Tom Baca (youth), Austin Jones (youth), Cecily Smith (youth), and Will Snead (youth) with 10/50, first time guest Carol Smith with 6/50, and Eileen Kromer (youth) with 5/50.  Joy Schisel (youth) also shot but her score card was lost.  Randy led a devotional on What We Allow In.  Big thank yous to Burl, Jason, Rex, Ryan, and Scott, who helped me (Randy) coach groups and let youth use their guns; Richard Corbin, Paul Irwin, Chris Rowley; and Joe Schram who loaned their 20 gauges for youth to use; and Richard for donating four boxes of shells.

10/12/14 ‘Bob White Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One member had a good time at the 10/12/14 ‘Bob White Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  Steve Baker came in first place in C Class with 82/100.

9/20/14 Sporting Clays Shoot

One officer, one member, and four guests (six total participants) had a good time at the 9/20/14 Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a pleasant, cool morning.  Since the Hunter Course was closed for an event, the team shot a course recently set up for a corporate event.   Scott Timpany came in first place with 42/50.  Bruce Crockett came in second place with 37/50.  Kerry Kirkwood and Tricia Palmer tied for third place with 27/50.  They were followed by first time guest Dominic Ponnuswamy with 16/50 and Arul Livingston with 10/50.

9/7/14 ‘Bill Hughes Memorial’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and two members (three total participants) had a good time at the 9/7/14 ‘Bill Hughes Memorial’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a mild (for early September), mostly cloudy day.  Brian Suter shot a 77/100 for first place in A Class, Steve Baker shot a 70/100 tying for second place in C Class, and Bruce Crockett shot a 59/100 for fifth place in D Class.

8/16/14 Sporting Clays and International Skeet Shoot

Two officers, seven members, and 11 guests (including two first time guests; 20 total participants) had a good time at the 8/16/14 Sporting Clays and International Skeet Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a hot, partly cloudy day with no breeze.  We shot a 12 station Corporate Course.  Kyle Kirkwood and Randy Rowley tied for first place with 43/50.  Scott Timpany came is second place with 41/50.  Tim Price came in third place with 39/50.  He was followed by first time guest Jason Cox, Bruce Crockett, and Ron Palmer with 36/50, Steve Baker with 35/50, Paul Ellis with 34/50, Jerry Ray Clark, Ron Denison, and Kerry Kirkwood with 32/50, Harold Terry with 30/50, Ryan Hoffman with 28/50, first time guest Matthew Boyd with 26/50, Jim Boyd and Tricia Palmer with 20/50, first time sporting clays shooter John Laisy with 11/50 (shooting a full choke), Becky Terry with 9/24 (the equivalent of 18/50), and Howard Joseph with 6/50.  Randy led a Bible study on Scratching ItchesA few shooters shot a round of international skeet (skeet on steroids).

7/20/14 ‘Firecracker Special’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and three members (four total participants) had a good time at the 7/20/14 ‘Firecracker Special’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a hot, mostly sunny day.  Jere Fletcher shot a 71/100 for third place in AA Class, Brian Suter shot a 74/100 for first place in A Class, Steve Baker shot a 65/100 for sixth place in C Class, and Bruce Crockett shot a 68/100 for first place in D Class.  Bruce also shot a 36/50 for second place in D Class for Super Sporting Clays (sporting clays with three traps per station).

7/12/14 Sporting Clays and Skeet Shoot

Two officers, seven members, two guests, and one grandson (12 total participants) had a good time at the 7/12/14 Sporting Clays and Skeet Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a warm, cloudless day with no breeze.  We shot the Corporate (Hunter) Course.  A couple of the stations had been changed slightly.  Steve Baker came in first place with 42/50.  Randy Rowley came in second place with 41/50.  Paul Ellis and Tim Price tied with third place with 40/50.  They were followed by Miles Wilson with 39/50, Bruce Crockett with 38/50, Edward Terry with 37/50, Mark Berdoll with 35/50, first time shooter with the club Mike Armstrong and Harold Terry with 26/50, Chase Westover with 25/50, and Becky Terry with 22/50.  Randy led a Bible study on ThirstChase shared with us about his mission trip to Thailand.  He will leave tomorrow and will interact with Thai college students and visit an orphanage. Four shooters shot a round of skeet.

6/22/14 ‘Dickie Loy Memorial’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and two members (three total participants) had a good time at the 6/22/14 ‘Dickie Loy Memorial’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a warm, overcast day.  Jere Fletcher shot a 75/100 for sixth place in AA Class, Steve Baker shot a 73/100 for third place in C Class, and Bruce Crockett shot a 70/100 for fifth place in D Class.

6/21/14 Sporting Clays and 5-stand Shoot

Three officers, seven members, 12 guests (including four first time guests) and one grandson (23 total participants – our second best attendance) had a good time at the 6/21/14 Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a warm, overcast day.  We shot the Corporate (Hunter) Course.  Several of the stations had been changed since our May shoot, and the course was harder.  Bruce Crockett and Ron Palmer tied for first place with 44/50.  Randy Rowley and Scott Timpany tied for second place with 43/50.  First time guest Scott Reese came in third place with 42/50.  He was followed by Steve Baker with 40/50, Flint DeShazo and Paul Ellis with 37/50, Justin Painter and Tricia Palmer with 35/50, Ryan Rowley with 34/50, Miles Wilson with 31/50, first time guest Jake Strubhar with 30/50, Ken Miller with 29/50, first time guest Chase Westover with 27/50, Burl Fulenwider and Chris Rowley with 26/50, Gustavo Bultron and Robin Rowley with 24/50, Earl Prochnick with 23/50, Claire Wick with 16/50, first time guest Jim Boyd with 15/50, and first time guest Howard Joseph with 13/50.  Randy led a Bible study on Seizing Opportunities.  Two shooters shot a round of 5-stand.  11 people ate lunch at China Star.

5/10/14 ‘FCS Open’ Sporting Clays Shoot

Two officers, two members, seven guests, and one son (12 total participants) had a good time at the 5/10/14 ‘FCS Open’ (two rounds of sporting clays followed by lunch) at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club on a partly cloudy day.

For the first round, 12 shooters shot the Corporate (Hunter) Course.  For the first time in 21 years of hosting sporting clays shoots a perfect score (50/50) was shot, by Randy Rowley.  Steve Baker came in second place with 48/50 (tying the second best FCS score).  Ron Palmer came in third place with 47/50 (tying the third best FCS score).  He was followed by Miles Wilson with 46/50, Scott Timpany with 43/50, Tricia Palmer with 36/50, Daniel Kroeker with 34/50, first time sporting clays shooter David Lesser with 31/50, Earl Prochnick with 25/50, Ken Miller with 23/50, first time sporting clays shooter Wyatt Lesser with 19/50, and Kevin Parisi with 18/50.

For the second round, 11 shooters shot the Master’s Course.  Steve Baker came in first place with 38/50.  Scott Timpany came in second place with 36/50.  Daniel Kroeker came in third place with 32/50.  He was followed by Randy Rowley with 30/50, Ron Palmer and Miles Wilson with 25/50, Ken Miller with 24/50, Earl Prochnick with 14/50, and Kevin Parisi with 8/50.  David Lesser shot 8/24 and Wyatt Lesser shot 5/24.

Five people ate lunch at China Star.

5/4/14 ‘Emerald Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and three members (four total participants) had a good time at the 5/4/14 ‘Emerald Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  Jere Fletcher shot a 75/100 and tied for fifth place in AA Class, Steve Baker shot a 72/100 and tied for first place in C Class, Bruce Crockett shot a 54/100 and tied for ninth place in D Class, and Jim McGee shot a 68/100 for second place in E Class.

4/19/14 Sporting Clays, 5-stand, and Skeet Shoot

Two officers, six members, six guests, two sons, and one youth (17 total participants) had a good time at the 4/19/14 Sporting Clays, 5-stand, and Skeet Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  It was partly cloudy and very comfortable.  We shot the corporate (hunter) course.  The course was essentially the same as last month, with the exception of Station #4, which was completely different.  Randy Rowley came in first place with 47/50.  Kyle Kirkwood came in second place with 43/50.  Steve Baker came in third place with 42/50.  He were followed by Miles Wilson with 41/50, Mark Berdoll and Scott Timpany with 39/50, Flint DeShazo with 38/50, Bruce Crockett and Ron Palmer with 35/50, Gustavo Bultron, Paul Ellis, Don Hardison, Kerry Kirkwood, and David Sanchez with 34/50, Allen Gann and Earl Prochnick with 33/50, and Harrison DeShazo with 32/50.  Randy led a Bible study on Instructing One Another.  Two men also shot several 5-stand targets and two men shot a round of skeet.

4/5/14 – 4/6/14 24-hour Sporting Clays Shoot

Two officers and five members (seven total participants) shot sporting clays at the 74 ranch near Campbellton on 4/5/14 – 4/6/14 and had the place to themselves.  It was windy and cool but very enjoyable.  The food was great and the host was fantastic.  It is the premium clay course in Texas.

3/22/14 Sporting Clays Shoot

Two officers, four members, four guests (including one first time guest), one nephew, and one niece (12 total participants) had a good time at the 3/22/14 Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  It was overcast and comfortable.  We shot the corporate (hunter) course.  The course had been reset and it was more easier than last month (two scored in the 40’s last month and four scored in the 40’s this month).  Randy Rowley came in first place with 44/50.  Paul Ellis came in second place with 43/50.  Steve Baker and Kerry Kirkwood tied for third place with 40/50.  They were followed by Bruce Crockett with 39/50, Bret Mercer with 37/50,  Ryan Hoffman with 36/50,  first time shotgun shooter 13-year old Connor McDonald with 30/50, first time guest and first time shotgun shooter Jason Galloway with 25/50, and John Bobo and Kyle Wickham with 23/50.  Randy led a Bible study on Taking Risks.

2/23/14 ‘Red Apple Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer and three members (four total participants) had a good time at the 2/23/14 ‘Red Apple Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  Jere Fletcher shot a 79/100 for sixth place in AA Class, Steve Baker shot a 83/100 for first place in D Class, Bruce Crockett shot a 67/100 and tied for fourth place in D Class, and Jim McGee shot a 64/100 and tied for second place in E Class.

2/15/14 Sporting Clays and Skeet Shoot

One officer, six members, five guests (including one first time guest), one son, and one nephew (14 total participants) had a good time at the 2/15/14 Sporting Clays and Skeet Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  It was comfortable for February with hardly a cloud in the sky.  We shot the corporate (hunter) course.  It was more challenging than normal.  Steve Baker came in first place with 42/50.  Scott Timpany came in second place with 40/50.  Jake Denison came in third place with 38/50.  He was followed by Brian Suter with 35/50, Harold Terry with 33/50, Ron Denison with 31/50, Flint DeShazo and Randy Rowley with 30/50, Kevin Parisi with 27/50, Logan Timpany with 27/50, Otis Brinkley with 26/50, Becky Terry with 21/50, Kyle Wickham with 16/50, and Dick Matteson with 11/50.  A few participants also shot a round of skeet.  Randy led a Bible study on The Greatest Valentine’s Day Gifts.

1/18/14 ‘Promatic Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament

One officer, three members, and one guest (five total participants) had a good time at the 1/19/14 ‘Promatic Open’ Sporting Clays Tournament at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  Jere Fletcher shot a 77/100 and tied for second place in AA Class, Bruce Crockett shot a 67/100 and tied for fifth place in C Class, Ron Palmer shot a 62/100 for sixth place in C Class, Steve Baker shot a 69/100 for third place in D Class, and  Jim McGee shot a 62/100 and tied for fifth place in D Class.

1/18/14  Sporting Clays Shoot

Seven shooters (two officers, one members, and four guests, including one first time guest)  had a good time at the 1/18/14  Sporting Clays Shoot at the Capitol City Trap & Skeet Club.  The weather was very nice for January and the temperature warmed up to the high 60’s.  Steve Baker shot a 42/50 for first place.  Ron Palmer shot a 37/50 for second place.  Bruce Crockett  shot a 31/50 for third place.  He was followed by Richard Corbin with 30/50, Trisha Palmer and Scott Timpany with a 28/50, and first time guest Kevin Parsi (a neighbor of Scott’s) with 24/50.

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