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Jun 17 2017

June 2017 | Doubles and 12 Gauge Club Skeet Shoot

On Saturday June 17, 2017, we will be holding a Doubles and 12 Gauge Club Skeet Shoot.  We are hoping the shoot will be a good “Warm Up” for the 2017 State Skeet Championships being held at the end of the month.  Lots of Terrell Club members participating and I would predict with great confidence that many will be in the Winner’s Circle.

See attached flyer for details: 2017 June Doubles & 12 Gauge Club Shoot.pdf

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Mar 4 2017

Results 2017 Spring Warm Up Open Skeet Shoot

We had 29 shooters competing in our annual Spring Warm Up Open Skeet Shoot registered with the National Skeet Shooting Association.  The competition was held on the weekend of March 4, 2017.  The weather was cool, breezy with light rain.  The 12 Gauge Gun Champion was Mike Gerschick posting a score of 98 edging out Runner Up Michael Dennis by just one target.  After lunch, the 20 Gauge Skeet event began.  Lauren Burge was the 20 Gauge Gun Champion posting a score of 99 and there was a four way tie with scores of 98 by Michael Lee, Robert Ellington, Bill McCrary and Tim Cudia for Runner Up.  Michael won the doubles shoot off and the Runner Up title.  The next day, the light rain began with the 28 Gauge event.  The race for Gun Champion ended in three way tie with Michael Lee, Lauren Burge, and Adam Roberts all posting scores of 98.  After a hotly contested miss and out shoot off, Michael Lee emerged as Champion followed by Lauren Burge as Runner Up.    After lunch our final event with the challenging 410 Bore competition began.  Tim Cudia won the Gun Champion slot posting a score of 95 with Austin Rieth only one bird behind winning the Runner Up position.  When the scores were all totalled, the 410 event decided the outcome (as usual).  Tim Cudia was the High Over All Winner with a score of 383x400 just one bird ahead of Runner Up Michael LeeLauren Burge earned both the Junior and Lady Champion titles. 

See attached winners report for additional details: 2017 Spring Warm Up -Winners Summary.pdf

Our Chief Referee Bill McCrary, ably assisted by Art Kirkwood, Mitch Benway, Pat Arrington, Jim Demasters, John Delaloye, Allen and Vickie Cline, Ashley Oldfield, and Bob Manskey, did a super job of keeping things organized and moving ahead smoothly.  Thanks for a job exceptionally well done!  John Delaloye and Jim Demasters also provided great lunches of fried chicken and sub sandwiches with lots of sweets to finish off.  Thanks guys!!

Feb 1 2017

RESULTS | January Club Skeet Shoot

We had 12 shooters competing in the Monthly Club Skeet Shoot held on Saturday, January 28th.  The weather was cool and breezy with the targets dancing in the wind.  Bill McCrary edged out Robert Ellington and won the Doubles event.  After lunch, the 12 Gauge Skeet event began.  The race for Gun Champion ended in three way tie with Bill McCrary, Tim Cudia and Johnny Deleon.  After a hotly contested miss and out shoot off, Bill McCrary emerged as Champion followed by Tim and JohnnyAshley Oldfield was our Junior Champion and all around helper.  Really appreciate Bruce Mark for showing up to help and referee.  Linda Cudia gave us another good lunch of Chili and Cornbread with lots of sweets for desert. 

See attached for detailed winners report:

Jan17_12 Ga Winners Report.pdf

Jan17_Doubles Winners Report.pdf

February 25th is the date of the next Club Skeet Shoot.  We will be shooting a 100 target .410 Bore event in the morning and a 100 target 12 Gauge event after lunch. 

See flyer for details: 2017 February 410 Bore & 12 Gauge Club Shoot.pdf

Jan 2 2017

The Sporting Clay Course is Ready!

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The TRPC sporting clay course is ready for everyone to enjoy!!!! All 10 stations are set up and ready to shoot. Transmitters are at each station in the mailbox on the gun racks. Just return the transmitter to the mailbox and close the lid before leaving the station. Every station has its on transmitter. Target cost is $3 for members and $5 for non members per 25 targets. Just put the target fees in the box at the clubhouse. Hope everyone has fun !!!!


Jan 1 2016

RESULTS | Doubles and 12 Gauge Club Skeet Shoot

We had 10 shooters competing in the Monthly Club Skeet Shoot held on Saturday, December 31st… New Year’s Eve.  The weather was brisk and breezy in the morning making the Doubles event a bit challenging.  In the afternoon, it warmed up and was dead calm with perfect targets to shoot at.  Bill McCrary led the field in both the Doubles and 12 gauge events.  He posted a score of 88 in very difficult shooting conditions during the Doubles event.  After lunch, he shot a perfect score of 100 out of 100, followed closely by John Delaloye with a super score of 99  (In spite of the harassment offered by his team mates while he was shooting).  We had two Junior shooters in attendance, with Ashley Oldfield emerging as Champion for the day.  See winners reports for details.  A special note of thanks to Bruce Mark for coming out and refereeing the shoot also providing those great sour dough pretzel snacks.  Linda Cudia made a great lunch with Mexican Soup and build your own sandwiches that everyone really enjoyed.

DEC16_12 Ga Winners Report.pdf                      DEC16_Doubles_Winners_Report.pdf
Our next shoot will be a one day, two event competition on Saturday, January 28th.  We will be shooting a 50 pair Doubles event in the morning and a 100 target 12 gauge event in the afternoon again.  The logic behind shooting another Doubles event is to provide club members the opportunity to shoot the minimum award requirements for the National Skeet Shooting Association. All of the open shoots have their Doubles events held on a Friday with most people still at work or our younger shooters still in school.  Should be a good time and will be your first opportunity to register targets for the NSSA 2017 skeet year.  Mark your calendar and plan to attend. See the attached flyer for details : 2017January_Doubles-and-12-Gauge-Club -Shoot.pdf

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