Megan Hardy from our Junior program competed at the Intercollegiate National Club Championships on March 17 and 18 at Fort Benning, Georgia. Megan attends the University of Mary in Bismarck. Megan has been shooting in our Junior Marksmanship program for the last two seasons. Megan fired qualifying scores at the Intercollegiate Sectional matches in West Fargo in February (this National Championship event is an invitational only event). Megan fired some great scores at the nationals ending up 12th overall, and was named to the All-Star Second team for smallbore rifle.
4-Position Junior State Championship – Results
4-Position Junior Sectional – Results
Our Scoring Team. From left to right: Mary Kay Tokach, Tina Thompson, and Melody Schiwal. Well it’s fairly obvious from this photo that the Orion Scoring System has made life MUUUUUUUCH easier in the scoring room. There was a few glitches when the match started – but life appears to be good……. now there’s time for drinking coffee and ….knitting????….. In years past their attention would have been glued to the table tops with scoring plugs and targets – but now – targets are easily scanned through the Orion Scoring system and then competitor scores are posted (later in the day) on the Orion web site….. Yes – life is better and much easier now.
Competitors on the line firing from the sitting position at the North Dakota Junior 4-Position State Championship and the NRA Junior 4-Position Sectional match.
Two BMRPA junior shooters placed in the ND Junior 3P Smallbore State Championship in Minot on February 11.
Amanda Hintz, Junior at BHS, scored a 573. She took home 1st in class as an intermediate junior.
Brady Fried, Junior at LHS, scored a 554. He was awarded 2nd in class as an intermediate junior.