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Howes wins state scholastic clay target championship

July 6, 2012

Pictured from left: Kashmir Howes, Megan Rice, Vanessa Holland, Seth Wingfield, Alex Nelson and James Jester.

Kashmir Howes of Colville captured High Overall Ladies honors at the Washington Scholastic Clay Target Championships at the Seattle Skeet & Trap Club June 22-24.
The championships saw youth from across the state representing over 20 schools from elementary through college and organizations like FFA and 4-H competing for the right to be named Washington’s best.
Competitors competed in all three American Clay Target disciplines of Skeet, Sporting Clays and Trap.
The Washington Scholastic Clay target Program organization donated $124,000 in support of high school and college clay target shooting teams participating in the 2012 Washington Scholastic Clay Target Program. Their generous contribution will help support over 20 schools across the state.
The program is also supported by the MidwayUSA Foundation, Kinross Gold, Inland Chapter of Safari Club International, Filson, Cabela’s, Northwest Shooters Supply, Pheasants Forever, Mule Deer Foundation and the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
High Overall
Gold medalist—Seth Wingfield, Woodland
Silver medalist—Alex Nelson, Wenatchee
Bronze medalist—James Jester, Wenatchee

High Overall Ladies
Gold medalist—Kashmir Howes, Colville
Silver medalist—Megan Rice, Selah
Bronze medalist—Vanessa Holland, Wenatchee

High Overall Men’s
Gold medalist—Seth Wingfield, Woodland
Silver medalist—Alex Nelson, Wenatchee
Bronze medalist—James Jester, Wenatchee.

The event also had some first straights:
1st 25 straight in trap—Tyler Dunns, Aiden Huggins, Seth Wingfield and Alex Nelson
1st 50 straight in trap—Seth Wingfield
1st 25 straight in skeet—James Jester

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July 11, 2012 by Mike Borg (not verified), 2 years 37 weeks ago
Comment: 3468

Congratulations to all. See you at Nationals...GOOD LUCK TO ALL

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