Antelope County 4-H shooters once again hit their mark in the shooting sports competitions.
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From BB gun to archery, the 4-H members proved why Antelope County shooters are some of the top performers in the state.
"We always say the Antelope County Fair is the toughest tournament we have all year because the girls and boys are competing against each other," said Mark Eggers, archery coordinator. "In the state competitions they are in separate divisions."
Jamie Dittrich - reserve champion senior air rifle, reserve champion senior BB gun
Blake Heithoff - champion senior air rifle, reserve champion .22 rifle with a scope, champion senior trap shooting shot gun division
Tyler Miller - reserve champion .22 rifle without scope, reserve champion intermediate BB gun
Brooklyn Chipps - champion .22 rifle without scope
Hunter Howard - champion .22 rifle with a scope, reserve champion junior trap shooting shot gun division, champion junior BB gun, champion junior archery
Allyson Selting - reserve champion junior archery
Marie Meis - champion intermediate archery
Chase Vleck - reserve champion intermediate archery
Geoffrey Carr - champion junior trap shooting shot gun division
Jonathon Meis - reserve champion senior trap shooting shot gun division, champion senior BB gun, champion senior archery
Morgan Carpenter - reserve champion senior archery
Jacob Cleveland - champion junior air rifle
Montana Howard - reserve champion 8-year-old BB gun
Samuel Hemenway - champion 8-year-old BB gun
Wyatt Chipps - reserve champion junior BB gun
Kolton Krick - champion intermediate BB gun
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