Chuck Wester was the top individual shooter in the A Division and Colby Boyett was the top individual shooter in the B Division.
 

Lions Skeet Shoot champions honored

Published 8:56am Tuesday, February 12, 2013

The Todd Martin State Farm and Mitchell County 4-H Club No. 1 teams won the A and B Division team championships at Saturday’s 14th-annual Bainbridge Lions Club Skeet Shoot For Sight.

The State Farm team members were Kale Boyett, Chuck Wester, Todd Martin and Ted Martin. The Mitchell County 4-H Club No. 1 team members were Vince Bostick, Dennis Wright, Trey Wright and Chandler Conine.

Chuck Wester was the top individual shooter in the A Division and Colby Boyett was the top individual shooter in the B Division.

Fifteen teams competed at Saturday’s event, which was held at Mathew Sharber’s East River Clays 10 Station Shooting Range.

Proceeds benefitted Lions sight and hearing conservation projects, which include providing glasses and hearing aids and making optical operations available to needy individuals.

A DIVISION CHAMPIONS: Bainbridge Lions Club 14th annual Skeet Shoot For Sight A Division champion Todd Martin State Farm Insurance team displays their plaques with Lions officials. From left to right are Lions president Brenda Howell, Kale Boyett, Ken Markham (who was standing in for Ted Martin), Chuck Wester, Todd Martin and Lions Skeet Shoot chairman Randy Dunlap.
B DIVISION CHAMPIONS: Bainbridge Lions Club officials stand with Mitchell County 4-H Club No. 1 team members as they hold their plaques after winning Saturday’s 14th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Skeet Shoot For Sight B division championship. From left to right are Lions Club president Brenda Howell, Vince Bostick, Dennis Wright, Trey Wright, Chandler Conine and Lions Club Skeet Shoot chairman Randy Dunlap.

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