Dead Eye Shooters work towards state competition


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The Kimball Dead Eyes 4-H Club pose at the Kimball High School following the Panhandle Best Competition on Sunday, Feb. 19. Shown here are medalists from Kimball. Front row is Ashlynn Kuhns. Middle row, from left, are Jessica Terrill, Chris Foster, Athena Tambanillo, Maddie Cook and Louise Tambanillo. Back row, from left, are Khol Krakow, Julia Winstrom, Shauntea Daily and Jared Barnes.

The Dead Eye Shooters 4-H club of Kimball have competed across the panhandle and brought home lots of hardware this past month.

On Sunday, Feb. 5, six members of The Dead Eye Shooters 4-H club competed in the Hyannis Panhandle Best Shoot.

In bb gun competition, Jessica Terrill earned first place in the nine and ten-year-old brackets with a score of 361. Julia Winstrom (355) and Chris Foster (346) brought home second and fourth place, respectively, in the 11-12 age bracket and Winstrom placed first in the kneeling category.

Winstrom also earned second in her age bracket for the sporter air r...

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