2017 Eastern Regional 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament

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On August 26, 2017, over 200 youth from the Northeast and Southeast districts participated in the 2017 Eastern Regional 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament at the Eastern 4-H Center in Columbia on Saturday, August 26, 2017. Youth participated in Archery, Rifle, Shotgun, Air Pistol, Air Rifle, Muzzleloading, and .22 Small Bore Pistol Disciplines in hopes to qualify for

youth participating in archery at the shooting sports tournament

the NC State 4-H Shooting Sports Tournament. Pitt County 4-H had over 19 youth participate in this year’s tournament. The focus of all 4-H programs is the development of youth as individuals and as responsible and productive citizens. The National 4-H Shooting Sports Program stands out as an example. In this program, youth learn marksmanship, the safe and responsible use of firearms, the principles of hunting and archery. As well as many educational lessons in the Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) field.

youth participating in the shooting sports tournamentThe activities of the program and the support of caring adult leaders provide young people with opportunities to develop life skills, self-worth, and conservation ethics. Following this tournament, several Pitt County 4-H’ers will go on to compete in the state 4-H  Shooting Sports Tournament on September 23, 2017, at Millstone  4-H Camp in Ellerbe, NC.

youth with rifles participating in the shooting sports tournament

Results

Jr. Shotgun

Team

Bronze Pitt Co. Jr. Pirates Purple: Drew Allen, Matthew Daniel, Grayson Heath, Josh Weidner

Individual  

5th overall: Grayson Heath

Jr. Rifle

Team

Bronze Pitt Co Jr. Match Pirates: Matthew Daniel, Jason Harrington, Grayson Heath, Jobey Modlin

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Bronze -Grayson Heath

8th overall: Matthew Daniel

Jr. Rifle-Sporter

Team

Bronze: Farmville 4-H Juniors: Joshua Nash, Sarah Nash, Jackson O’Konek

Silver (advancing to State): Pitt Co. Jr. Pirates Purple: Drew Allen, Matthew Daniel, Grayson Heath, Josh Weidner

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

11th overall: Jackson O’Konek

Sr. Rifle- Open Site

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Bronze: Kolson Fallin

15th overall: Megan Maryott

Team

Gold (advancing to State): Farmville 4-H Seniors Alec Foster, David Kittrell, Jim Kittrell, Jr.

St. Rifle-Telescopic

Team

Bronze: Pitt Co. Sr. Pirates Purple Jonathan Daniel, Kolson Fallin, Broughton Goodson

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Bronze: Jonathan Daniel

7th overall: Megan Maryott

Jr. Archery Compound

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

5th overall: Grayson Heath

Sr. Archery Compound Match

Team

Gold (advancing to State): Pitt Pirates Purple: Jonathan Daniel, Kolson Fallin, Broughton Goodson

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Gold: Kolson Fallin

Sr. Archery Compound Hunter

Team

Silver (advancing to State): Pit Co. Sr. Pirates Purple Jonathan Daniel, Kolson Fallin, Broughton Goodson

Gold (advancing to State): Farmville 4-H Seniors Alec Foster, David Kittrell, Jim Kittrell, Jr

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Bronze (advancing to State with TEAM): Kolson Fallin

Silver (advancing to State with TEAM): Jonathan Daniel

Gold (advancing to State with TEAM): David Kittrell

Small Bore Pistol

Team

Bronze: Pitt County Sr. Pistoleros: Jonathan Daniel, Katherine Edward, Kolson Fallin, Broughton Goodson

Individual: Advancing to State for high score

Gold: Jonathan Daniel

15th overall: Alec Foster

7th overall: Kolson Fallin

Katherine Edwards

Congratulations to all of our 4-H’ers for all of their hard work and dedication! 

To learn more about Pitt County 4-H or to get your child involved in a local shooting program please contact:

Lauren Dail, Pitt County 4-H Extension Agent
(252) 902-1712
lsdail2@ncsu.edu