Countians excel during state clay target shooting championships (2024)

Numerous Henry County youngsters did well in the Tennessee Scholastic Clay Target Program state championships June 17-22 at the Nashville Gun Club.

The program is overseen by the Tennessee Wildlife Federation.

SPORTING CLAYS

In the sporting clays competition, the Henry County No Fly Zone shooting team took home a first-place award in the senior division team category.

Squad winners in sporting clays included the Henry County No Fly Zone team, made up of Cooper Carver, Will McDaniel and Presley Evans, which was first in the intermediate advanced squad category.

In the senior varsity squad category, the No Fly Zone team finished first. It included Charles Cherry, Remington Lowe and Braden Thompson.

In the individuals competition, Carver finished as second runner-up in the intermediate advanced category. Lowe was the top runner-up in the senior varsity category.

SUPER SPORTING

In the super sporting competition, the Henry County No Fly Zone team was the champion in the intermediate division team category.

Squad winners in super sporting included two No Fly Zone squads in the intermediate advanced squad category — Carver, McDaniel and Evans placed first, while Joseph Wallace, Layne McKinley and Luke Boyd were the second runner-up team.

Among senior varsity squads, the No Fly Zone team of Cherry, Lowe and Thompson finished as second runner-up.

HOA COMBINED SPORTING CLAYS

The HOA combined sporting clays competition combined scores from sporting clays and super sporting events.

The Henry County No Fly Zone was champion of the senior division team category.

AMERICAN SKEET

In the American skeet event, the Henry County No Fly Zone finished as second runner-up in the intermediate division team category.

In the squad competitions, the No Fly Zone squad of Wallace, McKinley and Boyd finished as top runner-up in intermediate advanced squad. A second squad of Carver, McDaniel and Evans was second runner-up in that category.

In the men’s individual competition, Avery Flynt of Henry County No Fly Zone was top runner-up in the collegiate category.

DOUBLES SKEET

The doubles skeet competition saw the Henry County No Fly Zone place teams as runner-up in the senior division and champion in the intermediate division.

Among squad events, the No Fly Zone team of Carver, McDaniel and Evans won the intermediate advanced squad category, while a No Fly Zone team of Cherry, Lowe and Collin Whitehead was champion in the senior varsity squad category.

In individual events, McDaniel was second runner-up in the intermediate advanced category for men.

HOA COMBINED SKEET

This event combined scores from American skeet and doubles skeet.

The Henry County No Fly Zone team was champion in the intermediate division for teams.

AMERICAN TRAP

In the American trap events, the No Fly Zone team placed as top runner-up in the intermediate team competition.

Carver finished as second runner-up in the intermediate advanced men’s individual standings.

DOUBLES TRAP

In the doubles trap events, the Henry County No Fly Zone won the championship in the senior division team competition, and also was champion in the intermediate division team category.

The No Fly Zone squad of Carver, McDaniel, Evans, Wallace and McKinley placed first in the intermediate advanced squad category.

In the senior varsity squad category, the team of Cherry, Lowe, Elle Evans, Myra Morgan and Thompson combined to finish first.

EXTENDED YARD LINE TRAP

The No Fly Zone was crowned champion in the intermediate division team competition, while a different squad was second runner-up in the senior division team category.

Among intermediate advanced squads, the No Fly Zone group of Carver, McDaniel, Presley Evans, Wallace and McKinley was first.

In individual events, Carver was champion in the intermediate advanced category for men. Whitehead was second runner-up in senior varsity men.

HOA COMBINED TRAP EVENTS

Combining scores from American trap, doubles trap and extended yard line trap, this competition saw the No Fly Zone team emerge as champion in the intermediate division team event, and as runner-up in the senior division team event.

Carver was the individual champion in men’s intermediate divisions.

HOA MAIN EVENTS

This event combines scores from sporting clays, American skeet and American trap.

Cherry was the individual men’s grand champion, while No Fly Zone teams were champions in the senior division team and runner-ups in the intermediate division team categories.

HAA ALL EVENTS

Combining scores from sporting clays, super sporting, American skeet, doubles skeet, American trap, doubles trap and extended yard line trap, this event saw the Henry County No Fly Zone finish as champions in both senior division team and intermediate division team scoring.

Carver was top runner-up in men’s intermediate divisions and Cherry was top runner-up in men’s senior divisions.

Countians excel during state clay target shooting championships (2024)
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