More From The WV State Shoot

More from The State Shoot

What’s this….? was the response from Zane

Zane McHenry and his Dad Rusty, are fairly new to Trapshooting. Rusty runs the Dupont Gun Club and has stepped up to take over the Cashiering computer duties at the State Shoot and the Hall of Fame Shoot. Zane cashiered, entered scores, ran scoresheets and helped wherever he was needed, Rusty ran the reports and options, he ran the system alone at the WV Hall Of Fame shoot when I couldn’t attend. I treated them to a sushi dinner during the WV State Shoot, when Zane said he loved sushi. When the plate showed up he was well…..I think I saw their truck a Chick-Fil-a later that evening. Zane won his First Aim State Shoot Trophy this year and looks to be a contender in the SJ ranks so watch for him. Rusty, his dad, won some trophies as well, it has been reported that he has upgraded to a DT-10. I certainly appreciate Rusty and Zane excellent work at the shoots. 

Fred Dague

                              Marshall Supanik

Fred Dague, of Dague’s Farm Raised Beef and Eggs, again paid the entry fees for the first 20 youth shooters entering Saturday’s Singles Championship as he has done in the past. He brought with him grandson Marshall Supanik who more than impressed taking home the Sub Jr Class Championship, breaking top score in the Preliminary Handicap taking Sub Jr after the shoot off, Sub Jr Champion in the Doubles Class Championship, Sub Jr Champion in the Singles Championship, the Doubles Championship and the Handicap Championship. He’ll be one to watch and speaking of watching here is Fred watching his grandson in the Handicap shootoff, he might be more nervous than Marshall.

Megan’s mother may too have been a little nervous watching her daughter win a shootoff.

Another Sub Junior to watch is Ronald Keplinger who broke his first 25 straight at The 100th WV State Shoot. We wish him continued success!