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4-H Virtual State Shoot
By Tony Rose
Adair County Extension Agent for 4-H Youth Development
Members of the Adair County 4-H Shoot Sports Club participated in the State 4-H Virtual Shoot in September.
In Archery, Aunkia Selch, Noah Newell, Anthony Richard, Jordan RichardLakota Lemmon, Lukas Lemmon, Jonathan Lemke, Jason Lemke, Kai'Den Roach, and Tristian Sinclair competed.
Aunkia Selch placed 1st in the 15-18-year-old Bow Hunter Division and Noah Newell placed 3rd in the 15-18-year-old Bow Hunter Division. Anthony Richard place 1st in the 15-18-year-old Target Division. Anthony Richard, Aunkia Selch, Noah Newell and Jordan Richard was 3rd place Team in the 15-18-year-old Target Division.
In the .22 12-14 Rifle Division Tristian Sinclair, Kai'Den Roach, and Jason Kemke competed.
In the .22 and Air Pistol Division Jason Lemke, Jonathan Lemke, Kai'Den Roach, and Tristian Sinclair competed.
In the Shotgun Division Brayden Fitzgerald, Jordan Richard, Anthony Richard, and Tori Kimbler competed.
Brayden Fizgerald placed 2nd in the 9-11-year-old Division 1 Shotgun. Jordan Richard placed 1st in the 15-18-year-old Division 1 Shotgun.
In the Black Powder Division Caleb Morgan, Isaiah Morgan, and Aunika Selch competed.
Caleb Morgan placed 2nd in the Black Powder Percussion 9-11-year-old Division. Isaiah Morgan placed 2nd in the Black Powder Percussion 15-18-year-old Division.
Congratulations to all those who competed and to all those who placed. This was a very different year for our 4-H Shooting Sports and since the virtual replaced the in-person State Shoot, we are all looking forward to having a year we can compete in person.
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