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Four-H dominates Lions Skeet Shoot

Bainbridge Lions Club president Harrell King, left, congratulates the A Division champion Mitchell County 4-H Club team following their win in Saturday’s 12th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Charity Skeet Shoot For Sight. From left, King, A Division individual champion Eddie Mullins, Mitch Good, Dylan Larkin, John Baldwin, and sponsor Tyler Classon.

Bainbridge Lions Club president Harrell King congratulates the Thomas County 4-H Club B Division championship team following their win in Saturday’s 12th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Charity Skeet Shoot For Sight. From left, King, B Division individual champion Tyler Nichols, Grayson Ott, Sam Williams and Jordan Hurst.

Area Four-H Club teams dominated Saturday’s 12th annual Bainbridge Lions Club Skeet Shoot For Sight at Matthew Sharber’s East River Clays Range off East River Road.

Taking first place in the A Division was the Mitchell County 4-H Club team and taking first place in the B Division was the Thomas County 4-H Club team.

The individual high point shooters in the two divisions were Eddie Mullins of the Mitchell County team, with a score of 37 and Tyler Nichols of the Thomas County team, with a score of 34. Competitors were awarded one point for each skeet they shot.

Joining individual champion Mullins on the A Division champion Mitchell County 4-H Club team were Mitch Good, Dylan Larkin, John Baldwin and Tyler Glasson.

Joining B Division individual champion Nichols on the B Division champion Thomas County 4-H Club team were Jason Ott, Sam Williams and Jordan Hurst.

Following Saturday’s competition, Skeet Shoot chairman Don Sickmon and Lions Club President Harrell King thanked the participants for helping the Lions sight conservation projects which the shoot benefits.