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Oregon PITA State shoot Results ???????????

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  1. d endicott

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    Does any one have any results that they can post?
     
  2. al391claybuster

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    Hey Duane, why are you not there kicking arse. I loaded those primers, they work great for me. Thanks again, David.
     
  3. d endicott

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    Too many thing to get done before hunting season and grand kids. Glad the primer work good for you.
     
  4. BDodd

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    Duane, I've not paid enough attention to fill your mind with details but I'd guesstimate at least 130 and closing in on 150 competitors, many Oregon All Stars but missing some competing at Kingsburg and Spokane, all 12 traps and White Flyers performing quite well, 200 birds a day, finishing each day in a timely manner, shorts and T-shirts so far even when overcast, numerous 100s in singles, good handicap scores including our 12 year old with a 96, new cook in the restaurant doing well but not matching Sabrina from the past, RVs filling all slots, very few grumbles. You're missing a good shoot. I'll try to give a better report tomorrow....breakemall....Bob Dodd
     
  5. d endicott

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    Thanks Bob and Gray, wish I could be there.
     
  6. BDodd

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    OR State PITA results through noon the 23rd: This may be a little messy to conserve space:

    Weather continues to invite shorts and T shirts, part sun and o'cast, mild breezes, still no grumbling RE targets and traps, up to 32 full squads of 5 competitors, RV space near capacity, free steak dinners tonight.

    20th - Singles AA=100 but still in carryover mode and names not with me; A=100 Jeff Bounds; B=98 Harry McCabe; C=100David Weathers; D=97 Tom Copeland; Lady=98 Nadine Pope; Vet.=100 Bob Dodd; Sr. Vet=99 Russ Altenburg; Jr.=97 Cody Noble; Sub-Jr.= 97 Cade Miller.

    20th - Handicap Champ=98 Geo. Millen; Long yard= 97 G. Smallwood; Mid yard= 96 Marcy Patridge; Vet= 96 Daro Handy; Sr.Vet= 95 Russ Altenburg; Jr. 96 Cade Miller.

    21st - Doubles AA= 100 Dave Carter; A=100 Arvard Martin; B=94 Bob Bounds; C=93 Randy Gunn; D=89 James Cerveny; Lady=89 Nadine Pope; Vet. not decided?; Sr. Vet= 98 Don Schultz; Jr.=94 Kyle Beals.

    21st - Handicap Champ=97 Daro Handy; Lont yard=97 Rich Shrode; Mid yard=96 Tawnya Beals; Lady=94 Karen Knight; Vet=95 Wayne Ward; Sr.Vet=96 Sam Sampson
    Jr.=93 Kyle Beals and Cade Miller tie, Cade took trophy, Beals took money.

    22nd - Handicap Camp.=98 McCorkle; R/U=97 Rodney Dale; Long yard=97 Darvel Price; RU=96 Jim Harrison; Mid yard= 96 Cade Miller; R/U=94 Robert Moncrief; Short Yard= 94 Mike Johnson; R/U=93 Russ Seaton; Lady=97 Pat Carter; Vet.=93 Clark Rollins; Sr. Vet=94 Gerald Smallwood; Jr.=89 Brandon Dale.

    22nd and 23rd - 200 Champ singles - Champ 200 undecided but Kyle Beales and Gary Fogelson are in contention; Champ R/U=200 undecided; AA=199 undecided; A=undecided; B=197 Francis Sampson; C=192 undecided; D=191 Robert Leonard; Lady=196 Louise Siemens; Vet=198 Chuck Price; Sr. Vet=198 undecided; Jr.=195 Cody Noble; Sub Jr=187 Cade Miller.

    I've left off the out-of-state and runner up scores on the singles to save space and will not be present for the Championship handicap or doubles tomorrow. I also didn't proof read my "report" so bear with errors in grammerarial idiosyncrasies...breakemall....Bob Dodd
     
  7. Lady KX-5

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    Good shooting all! :)

    Thanks for the report, Bob. Expedient as always! Sorry we couldn't make it...had our own little shoot going on in Spokane, LOL.

    Congrats on what sounds to be a fantastic shoot!

    Kim Stephens
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  8. d endicott

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    Thanks Bob for the update and Good shooting. Duane
     
  9. BDodd

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    Kim, it was clear shooting against Spokane and Kingsburg would be a bit of a burden even with the many, many miles from either. I don't know the whys or wherefores of modern calendering and getting too danged old to much worry about it. Today's weather, last day of the shoot, is a little more in the o'cast and cooler mode if it's anything like at home but it appears any threat of showers or sprinkles may hold off for the Championship H'cap and doubles.

    Duane, without copies of Jenny Lynn's trophy report, I'd have lost a lot of motivation to study the score sheets much. Glad to be able to do as well as I did....Bob Dodd
     
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    Duane
    Sorry I'm Not there...ATA Shoot in Arkansas was great even if I wasn't. How are things in Redmond.
    Bill
     
  11. d endicott

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    Bill good to hear from you. This has been a very long spring, cold and windy. The BTC is thinking of moving out by Millican. Redmond is very hard to say what may happen to them, but the county want there land the last that I heard, Was hoping to see you this year at some of the shoots. Did you get your house built? Don't be a stranger an come visit. DE
     
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    Randy Gunn is a contributor here on the threads, was the '06 PITA "Rookie of the year," and took a couple of honors away from this shoot.....Bob Dodd
     
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    Hi All,

    I'll try to get the results up here tonight or tomorrow. Sorry for the delay. There just isn't much time during the shoot to do anything on the computer.

    Kim, it sounds like you had a great shoot too. Maybe the "conflict" wasn't so great after all!

    Jen
     
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    Bob Dodd....great shooting!!! I didn't know anything about your recent surgery. Hope things are going better for you. Sounds like at least your shooting is, LOL.

    Jen...congrats to you and the board for what sounds to be an outstanding shoot! All that hard work really pays off, doesn't it? (Are you totally exhausted today? Me too. We need a vacation, don't you think?) *grin*

    As for the shoot conflict...I saw a few OOS names here on this post that would normally have been at our state shoot, but hey, it's a choice people have and have to make. It would be nice, though, if there were no shooting conflicts within the associations for big dates like that. It would be a win-win for both associations all around.

    Take care, and shoot well, Jen! See you soon!

    ~Kim
     
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    Kim, it should have been a pretty simple procedure - sounded like it anyway. I had a pinched ulnar nerve at the elbow (funny bone) and it was causing atrophy in the shootin' arm - all this from a 1966 injury on the job. The sawbones just opened up the area and cut a muscle then relocated the nerve under the muscle and reattached the muscle in the forearm. Sounded like a piece of cake but in the process he apparently irritated or cut some mini-nerves in the area and they hurt like crazy without probably actually doing any harm. I started with the 200 birds on wednesday at our state shoot and had to back off to 100 a day to live with the pain each night. As far as the one good score, I did that right at the beginning of the shoot and the rest of the squad wanted to call the Dr. and have the surgery too! I even kidded about having the left arm done to see if that helped my scores even more. BUT I always seem to shoot the world's worst handicap scores after accidently cracking 100 singles and history repeated itself at this shoot. I even chickened out on a shootoff and took the Vet. trophy instead. I expect the elbow will hurt most of the rest of the shootin' year so I'll likely focus on 100 sporties with some regularity. Sounds like you had a dynamite shoot too. Say hello to the Big Galoot!....Bob Dodd
     
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    EVENT NO. 1 – DR. BEALS SAFARI SINGLES

    AA Class: Dwain Storm 100
    O/A AA: BillyMyers 99
    A Class: Jeff Bounds 100
    O/S A: Sefferino Garcia 99
    B Class: Harry McCabe 98
    O/S/ B: Lance Gilmore 98
    C Class: David Weathers 100
    O/S C: Bert Lim 95
    D Class: Tom Copeland 97
    O/S D: Robert Knight 88
    Lady: Nadene Pope 98
    Veteran: Bob Dodd 100
    Sr. Vet: Russ Altenburg 99
    Junior: Cody Noble 97
    Sub-Junior: Cade Miller 97


    EVENT NO. 2 – GORDON CORUM MEMORIAL HANDICAP

    Champion: George Millen 98
    Long Yardage: Gerald Smallwood 97
    Mid Yardage: Marcy Patridge 96
    Short Yardage: Bob Garvey 96
    Lady: Beth Kraft 95
    Veteran: Daro Handy 96
    Sr. Veteran: Russ Altenburg 95
    Junior: Cade Miller 96


    EVENT NO. 3 – PRELIMINARY DOUBLES

    AA Class: David Carter 100
    A Class: Arvard Martin 100
    B Class: Bob Bounds 94
    C Class: Randy Gunn 93
    D Class: James Cerveny 89
    Lady: Nadene Pope 89
    Veteran: Daro Handy 93
    Sr. Veteran: Don Schultz 98
    Junior: Kyle Beals 94


    EVENT NO. 4 – PRELIMINARY HANDICAP

    Champion: Daro Handy 97
    Long Yardage: Rich Shrode 97
    Mid Yardage: Mike McCulloch 96
    Short Yardage: Tawnya Beals 96
    Lady: Karen Knight 94
    Veteran: Wayne Ward 95
    Sr.Veteran: Sam Sampson 96
    Junior: Kyle Beals (split) 93
    Cade Miller

    EVENT NO. 5 & 7 – CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES

    Champion: Gary Fogelson 200
    Champion R/U: Kyle Beals 200
    AA Class: John Paterson 199
    AA R/U: Dwain Storm 199
    O/S A: Billy Myers 198
    A Class: Bob Kennedy 199
    A R/U: Gary Pack 198
    O/S A: Don Schultz 198
    B Class: Sam Sampson 197
    B R/U: Beth Kraft 196
    O/S B: Jim Waters 196
    C Class: Enos Handy 192
    C R/U: Pat Carter 192
    O/S C: Mike Leary 188
    D Class: Robert Leonard 191
    D R/U: Brandon Dale 186
    O/S D: Richard Grimsley 178
    Lady: Louise Siemens 196
    Veteran: Chuck Price 198
    Sr. Veteran: Gerald Smallwood 198
    Junior: Cody Noble 195
    Sub-Junior: Cade Miller 187

    EVENT NO. 6 – PRINEVILLE SAND & GRAVEL HANDICAP

    Champion: NE McCorkle 98
    Champion R/U: Rodney Dale 97
    Long Yardage: Darvel Price 97
    Long Ydg R/U: Jim Harrison 96
    Mid Yardage: Cade Miller 96
    Mid Ydg R/U: Robert Montcrief 94
    Short Yardage: Mike Johnson 94
    Short Ydg R/U: Russ Seaton 93
    Lady: Pat Carter 94
    Veteran: Clark Rollins 93
    Sr. Veteran: Gerald Smallwood 94
    Junior: Brandon Dale 89


    EVENT NO. 8 – FLORENCE JACKSON MEMORIAL HANDICAP

    Champion: Pete Johansen 97
    Champion R/U: Billy Myers 96
    Long Yardage: Joe Scheef 96
    Long Ydg R/U: Todd Burk 95
    Mid Yardage: Dennis Crowell 95
    Mid Ydg R/U: Jim Patridge 94
    Short Yardage: Bill Merison 93
    Short Ydg R/U: Russ Seaton 93
    Lady: Marcy Patridge 94
    Veteran: NE McCorkle 94
    Sr. Veteran: Don Schultz 94
    Junior: Brandon Dale 93


    EVENT NO. 9 – CHAMPIONSHIP HANDICAP

    Champion: Brandon Dale 96
    Champion R/U: Rodney Dale 96
    O/S Champion: Wayne Ward 96
    O/S R/U: Lance Gilmore 95
    Long Yardage: Gary Fogelson 95
    Long Ydg R/U: Dick Flynn 95
    Mid Yardage: William Bolton 94
    Mid Ydg R/U: Butch Marshall 93
    Short Yardage: Robb Miller 95
    Short Ydg R/U: Randy Gunn 93
    Lady: Pat Carter 94
    Veteran: Daro Handy 92
    Sr. Veteran: Gerald Smallwood 95
    Junior: Kyle Beals 88
    Sub-Junior: Cade Miller 88


    EVENT NO. 10 – CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLES

    Champion: Dwain Storm 98
    Champion R/U: Jeff Bounds 97
    AA Class: Kyle Beals 97
    AA R/U: Arvard Martin 97
    O/S AA: Don Schultz 95
    A Class: Todd Burk 97
    A R/U: David Ashcraft 96
    O/S A: Joe Scheef 98
    B Class: Colleen Wedin 95
    B R/U: Bruce Kerr 94
    O/S B: Lance Gilmore 95
    C Class: John Pyatt 95
    C R/U: James Lihs 92
    O/S C: NE McCorkle 85
    D Class: Rich McGuire 87
    D R/U: Ed Schneider 86
    O/S D: Karen Knight 75
    Lady: Nadene Pope 92
    Veteran: Daro Handy 94
    Sr. Veteran: Gerald Smallwood 96
    Junior: Cody Noble 88
    Sub-Junior: Cade Miller 87


    HIGH OVER ALL

    Champion: Richard Shrode 964
    O/S Champion: Billy Myers 940
    AA Class: Gerald Smallwood 960
    A Class: Jeff Bounds 938
    B Class: Beth Kraft 916
    C Class: Cade Miller 927
    D Class: Chuck Curtis 895
    Lady: Marcy Patridge 916
    Veteran: Daro Handy 951
    Sr. Veteran: Bob Kennedy 937
    Junior: Kyle Beals 938
    Sub-Junior: None
    Husband & Wife: Dave & Jennifer Carter 1841


    HIGH ALL AROUND

    Champion: Dwain Storm 391
    Champion R/U: Gerald Smallwood 389
    O/S Champion: Wayne Ward 385


    ROOKIE OF THE YEAR:
    Michael Johnson 283


    OREGON STATE TEAM
    Kyle Beals
    Cody Noble
    John Beals
    Cade Miller
    Chuck Curtis
     
  18. jennylin

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    Kim,

    Congratulations Lady President!

    I think you're right. We probably would have had a few more of your shooters and you would have had a few more from Oregon. The reason for our change was that school was still in session during our previous dates and we had a hard time getting kids to score and Junior Shooters to shoot the whole shoot. It worked much better for us this year.

    Congratulations again!
    Jen
     
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