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YOU HAD TO BEAT DOC TO WIN ANYTHING AT ELYSBURG!!!

Pennsylvania State PSSA Hall of Famer Stephen "Doc" Ollock passed away on Sunday, January 5, 2014. In 2013 Stephen was a sub-vet ATA All American and has earned 22 All State selections including 5 times as captain. He was a first team selection for the last 22 straight years. Doc holds the state high doubles average of .9800, accomplished in 2000. He has also shot a .9900+ singles average a remarkable 10 times. In 2000 Doc won the handicap title at the Western Grand with a 98x100. Doc also won two ATA Eastern Zone singles titles and the 2000 zone HAA title. Doc had 10 200x200's at the state shoot, more than any other Pennsylvania resident shooter. He won 5 different state championships, HOA in 1996, 2005 and 2009. Also the doubles title in 1999 and the HAA in 2010. In 1999 at Vandalia he won the Zone Champion/Champions with 200x200 and in 1996 he finished second in the Clay Target Championship at the Grand American.

The previous was taken from the PSSA.org website.

I remember Doc as a true gentleman and the first words really were the truth...to win anything at Elysburg you had to beat Doc. And right up until the end Doc was still shooting and competing with the best of them. I could never wait to go up and give him a big hug and see how he was doing and feeling.
RIP Doc...Elysburg definitly won't be the same.

Diane Arner-Motzkus
 

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What a loss to eastern zone shooters. Not only was Doc a great shooter, he was always a gentleman with a smile on his face even when you knew he was feeling bad. We should all consider him an inspiration! Lisa Long
 

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Lisa and Diane have said exactly how we felt about Doc. Ollock. He will be remembered

Forever by the trapshooting community.

Rip

Greta Cesario and Jack DEISHER
 

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Doc will surely be missed. He was a true competitor in every sense of the word.
He was a gentleman, a family man, and most of all, a friend.
Wayne Shadel
 
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