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Medals won at ‘March Madness’


Fourteen Milam County Shooting Sports members won 16 medals at the Liberty Hill event. Fourteen Milam County Shooting Sports members won 16 medals at the Liberty Hill event. LIBERTY HILL–Fourteen members of the Milam County Shooting Sports Club and their families participated in the “March Madness” event on March 5 at the Best of the West Shooting Range and sponsored by Travis County 4-H Shooting Sports Club. Sixteen medals were brought home.

Winners included:

Jacob Barron, Thorndale–1. Junior Compound Archery; 2. Junior Smallbore Silhouette (metallic sight).

Patrick Dean, Rockdale–2. Intermediate Compound Archery.

Kellie Foster, Rockdale–1. Intermediate Smallbore Pistol Silhouette (iron sight).

Garrett Korenek, Rockdale–1. Senior Compound Archery.

Nathan Newlin, Rockdale–3. Junior Recurve Archery.

Corey Pruesse, Thorndale –2. Junior Light Rifle (any sight); 2. Junior Smallbore Rifle Silhouette (any sight); 3. Junior Recurve Archery.

Erin Tomek, Cameron–1. Junior Precision Air Rifle (iron sight); 2. Junior Air Pistol Silhouette (iron sight); 3. Junior Air Pistol Bullseye (iron sight).

Caleb Tomek, Cameron–1. Intermediate Air Rifle Silhouette (iron sight); 3. Intermediate Light Rifle (any sight).

Gavin Young, Rockdale–1. Air Rifle Silhouette (iron sight); 2. Precision Air Rifle (iron sight).

Other participants included Ethan Krumnow, William Dean, and Garrett Timmerman all of Rockdale; Lane Prazak of Milano; and Corbin Pruesse of Thorndale.


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