County shooting teams participate in Duncan 4-H Trap Shoot


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First place Jr Team members include Baylee Pence, Byron Ford, Lane Petzold, and John Harrold.


Duncan 4-H Trap Shooters.


Second place Intermediate Team from left: Cole Wagner, Carson Miller, Ally Angelly, and Hunter Pence.


Jackson County Shooting Sports were at it again this past weekend. This time they traveled to Duncan for the Duncan 4-H Trap Shoot.

Jackson County had a first place Junior Team and a second place Intermediate team.

A lot of hard work goes into shooting sports, and as you can tell, the kids put the work in. The kids are not the only ones who put in lots of hard work, the volunteers that teach these kids do as well.

The 4-H program is very proud of volunteers and 4-H members who choose to represent Jackson County. This program could not be possible for our members without the NRA grant. On behalf of the Jackson County Extension office, the shooting sports volunteers, and most importantly the 4-H members we would like to say thank you to the NRA for their support to our program.

These kids practice two to three times a week, and practicing that much takes lots of ammunition, clays, etc. The NRA has been very helpful in providing the needed material for practices and competitions.

First place Jr Team members include Baylee Pence, Byron Ford, Lane Petzold, and John Harrold.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Shooting3.jpgFirst place Jr Team members include Baylee Pence, Byron Ford, Lane Petzold, and John Harrold.

Duncan 4-H Trap Shooters.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Shooting2.jpgDuncan 4-H Trap Shooters.

Second place Intermediate Team from left: Cole Wagner, Carson Miller, Ally Angelly, and Hunter Pence.
http://altustimes.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/10/web1_Shooting1.jpgSecond place Intermediate Team from left: Cole Wagner, Carson Miller, Ally Angelly, and Hunter Pence.

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