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Kansas State Univ Shootout Results

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  1. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Results are in for the 6th Annual Kansas State University Shootout at the Crossroads held at Powder Creek Shooting Park in Lenexa, KS over the weekend.

    Nearly 200 shooters participated, and braved sub freezing temperatures and wind!

    Despite this, some excellent scores were posted.

    Trap Singles

    1st Place - Tyler Wallace Lindenwood 98 (by tie-breaker)<br>
    2nd Place - Tim Varble Lindenwood 98 (by tie-breaker)<br>
    3rd Place - Blake Fahmie Lindenwood 98<br>
    High Lady - Brittany Wright Lindenwood 97<br>
    Lady Runnerup - Lauren Mueller Lindenwood 96<br>

    Team - Lindenwood team of Pat Klug, Chris Riley, Ryan Stehl, Tim Varble, and Tyler Wallace with a combined score of 474


    Doubles Trap

    1st Place - Zach Bryant Lindenwood 91<br>
    2nd Place - Rachel Hopkins Lindenwood 90<br>
    3rd Place - Ryan Stehl Lindenwood 85<br>
    High Lady - Brittany Wright Lindenwood 84<br>
    Lady Runnerup - Courtney Yates Lindenwood 81<br>

    Team - Lindenwood team of Zach Bryant, Blake Fahmie, Zach Nannini, Walt Reaster, and Cody Reid with a combined score of 411

    Sporting Clays

    1st Place - Jon Kacmarcik Lindenwood 88<br>
    2nd Place - Will Kiser Kansas State 84<br>
    3rd Place - Matt Bowers Virginia Tech 82<br>
    High Lady - Laura Gray Virginia Tech 82<br>
    Lady Runnerup - Eileen Applegate Lindenwood 75<br>

    Team - Lindenwood team of Zach Bryant, Blake Fahmie, Zach Nannini, Walt Reaster, and Cody Reid with a combined score of 394


    Skeet

    1st Place - Tye Smith Forth Hays State 98<br>
    2nd Place - Ryan Mason Missouri-Columbia 95<br>
    3rd Place - Zach Wirrig Purdue 94<br>
    High Lady - Brielle Eaton Kansas State 93<br>
    Lady Runnerup - Stephanie Walters Missouri-Columbia 87<br>

    Team - Lindenwood team of Matt Schutzius, Adam Ozier, Jon Kacmarcik, Kevin Gruetzner, and Micheal Hahn with a combined score of 449

    High Overall

    1st Place - Zach Bryant Lindenwood 346<br>
    2nd Place - David Knapp Nebraska-Omaha 344<br>
    3rd Place - Jon Kacmarcik Lindenwood 343<br>
    High Lady - Eileen Applegate Lindenwood 311<br>
    Lady Runnerup - Rachel Hopkins Lindenwood 309<br>

    Team - Lindenwood team of Zach Bryant, Blake Fahmie, Zach Nannini, Walt Reaster, and Cody Reid with a combined score of 1695
     
  2. plaw

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    looks like the doubles trap is one tough game, I assume this is bunker or is it just regular american doubles? Anyway its nice of you to post the scores.
     
  3. recurvyarcher

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    The midwest obviously has some great shooters. Good job, shooters!
     
  4. dgfhsu13

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    Plaw it was regular American doubles those higher scores came later in the day i would say probably 3/4 of the scores were under 70
     
  5. recurvyarcher

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    I hear it was pretty frosty cold for the morning shooters.
     
  6. missed some

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    I had insulated bibs and a parka on and still froze my arse off. the 830 start time was a tough one at 20 degrees and a stiff breeze thats for sure.just glad I wasn't shooting that day!! mark
     
  7. timb99

    timb99 Well-Known Member

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    Devi,

    Yes, each year I am impressed by the quality of the shooters who come to our event.

    And the weather was frosty AND windy, from what I'm told. Its funny though, these young shooters don't seem to mind the cold as much as we oldsters do.

    Mark,

    With all the entries we had, in order to get all the shooting completed in two days and done early enough that the really far away teams (Wyoming, Colorado State, Virginia Tech, Purdue) can get on the road at a reasonable hour on Sunday, we have to start early, and shoot late. Some teams were finishing up their skeet rounds after 8:00 p.m. on Saturday. Good thing we have pretty good lighting.

    Hope you and Travis enjoyed our event, and hope you can make it next year!

    I'm going to see if I can work it out to be there next year.
     
  8. timb99

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    dgfhsu13

    Thanks for coming!

    If you are who I think you are, you shot quite well in trap singles, sporting clays, and skeet.

    Hope you are planning to come again next year.

    Tim
     
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    Two of the top kids are from Nebraska, good job, go Nebraska. Thanks Stan
     
  10. dgfhsu13

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    Timb99 thanks, ya I was pretty disappointed in myself looks like I lost by 12 targets and I shot a 68 in the doubles...ohwell maybe next weekend.

    Stumpi24 there's alot of kids coming out of the Nebraska high school program actually 5/9 members on fhsu team right now are from gods country haha.
     
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    We even got a little press.

    Well, mostly about Lindenwood. But its good press!
     
  12. recurvyarcher

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    Any positive news article about shooting is a good thing.
     
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