NCMC Shooting Sports Club fundraiser trap shoot results

North Central Missouri College Shooting Sports Club hosted their first fundraiser trap shoot. Pictured are members of NCMC Shooting Sports Club and members of the Gun Club.

The North Central Missouri College Shooting Sports Club hosted a fundraiser trap shoot on April 14, 2018, at the Trenton Trap & Skeet Range. Thirty-four shooters participated in a traditional 100 clay event. The high school division included two area FFA trap squads from Chillicothe and Milan. The adult division had shooters from communities around the area.

The top five in the high school division were: Peyton Hein (95), Eric Davis (91), Clayton Walker (91), Mack Anderson (88), and Wyatt Maddux (84) all from the Chillicothe squad. Top three adults were: David Gann (93), John Hallifield (91), and Dan Lockridge (90).

“We were very happy with the turnout and the support of the community for our first event,” stated Alex Neal, NCMC student and president of the club. “We really appreciate all the participants and squads that came out and especially Dick Thompson and the Board and members of the Trenton Trap & Skeet Range for helping us plan and run the competition.”

A gun raffle was also held as part of the fundraising event. American Sportsman Rod & Gun of Trenton graciously donated a shotgun with proceeds to benefit the club.

To learn more about North Central Missouri College’s Shooting Sports Club, contact Jason Helton at 660-359-3948 x1278 or Rustin Jumps at x1336 or visit www.ncmissouri.edu.

 

North Central Missouri College Shooting Sports Club hosted their first fundraiser trap shoot. Pictured are members of NCMC Shooting Sports Club and members of the Gun Club.
(club members and gun club members): North Central Missouri College Shooting Sports Club hosted their first fundraiser trap shoot. Pictured are members of NCMC Shooting Sports Club and members of the Gun Club.

 

(adult division winners) left to right: John Hallifield, David Gann, and Dan Lockridge
(adult division winners) left to right: John Hallifield, David Gann, and Dan Lockridge