Kimball's Dead Eye Shooters show well at Mitchell

 

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Kimball Dead Eye Shooters 4-H club competed well at the Scotts Bluff County Panhandle Best. Shown here, from front left, are Bailie Brower, Chris Foster, Jessica Terrill and Julia Winstrom. Back row from left are Jared Barnes, Shauntae Daily and Jaren Winstrom.

The Kimball Dead Eye Shooters 4-H Club competed at the Scottsbluff County Panhandle Best Competition in Mitchell on Sunday, Jan. 29, and walked away winners.

In the 9-10 year old bb gun division, Jessica Terrill was second overall with a 367 and she took first in kneeling.

Julia Winstrom placed first in the 11–12 year old bb gun division with a 368. She placed first in standing, sitting and kneeling positions.

Also in the 11-12 year old division, Chris Foster placed second with a 356 and was first place in the prone position.

In the 13–15 age bracket, Kimball's Bailie Brower scored a perfect 100, and took first place, in the prone position and placed seventh overall for her age division.

Jared Barnes, also in the 13-15 age bracket, followed in eighth place and Maddie Cook placed 11th.

In the Sporter Air Rifle competition, Winstrom placed second with a 222 and took first in both prone and standing positions for the 11-12 age bracket. Teammate Foster followed in fourth overall with a 185.

Barnes took first place in the standing position for the 13-14 year old division and placed seventh overall while Cook placed ninth.

In the 15-18 age bracket Shautae Daily took third with a 269, Jaren Winstrom placed 11th and Brower took 14th.

Barnes also placed third with a 177 in Precision shooting in the 13-14 age bracket and in the 15-18 division Daily placed second with a 273 and Brower took seventh with a 198.

 

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