Queen Anne Marksmanship

Represents: Queen Anne County 4-H

Current Record: 3 - 4

Season Average: 1492.67

Game Score: 1487

Maspenock Rod and Gun Club

Represents: Maspenock Rod and Gun Club

Current Record: 4 - 3

Season Average: 1506.86

Game Score: 1512

Maspenock Rod and Gun Club (2 - 1) 1512 defeats Queen Anne Marksmanship (2 - 1) 1487

Competition Recap

Maspenock Rod and Gun Club defeats Queen Anne Marksmanship

Shooting their highest score of the season Maspenock Rod and Gun Club defeated Queen Anne Marksmanship 1512 to 1487 last week in the National Air Rifle League. Their second win in a row, Maspenock Rod and Gun Club is in second place in their Division with a 2 - 1 record. Maspenock Rod and Gun Club was led by BRENDAN SEITZ who shot a 389. The remaining contributing members were KRISTINE PETERS, ZUZU DEMETRIUS, and ALIYA BUTT. Maspenock Rod and Gun Club is from Milford, MA, and is coached by Manuel Snyderman.

Snapping a two game win streak Queen Anne Marksmanship dropped to 2 - 1 on the season. They are currently in fifth place in their Division. Queen Anne Marksmanship was led by Matt Dorey who shot a 380. The remaining contributing members were Erin Walsh, Mason Mackenzie, and Nick Dorey. Queen Anne Marksmanship is from Rhodesdale, MD, and is coached by Penny Austin-Richardson.

Next up Maspenock Rod and Gun Club will compete against Bridgeport Rifle Club from Stratford, CT. Bridgeport Rifle Club currently has a 2 - 1 record. Queen Anne Marksmanship will compete against Georgia Competitive Shooters from Griffin, GA. Georgia Competitive Shooters currently has a 3 - 0 record.

These two teams are competing in the Junior Rifle Club Precision Champions Division of the Orion National Air Rifle League. Sponsored by the Orion Scoring System, the league is a national team league for high school teams and junior rifle clubs. The Champions Division is the most difficult division in the league. The league has two parts. An 8 week round-robin regular season going on now. Followed by a single-elimination tournament, for the top eight teams who will compete for the league championship.

In each game the teams compete in what is known as a Standing Air Rifle match. The match is almost identical to the air rifle events in the Olympic Games. Each athlete shoots 40 shots in the standing position, the most difficult position in rifle competitions. Each shot is worth a maximum of 10 points. The sum of points scored in the 40 shots is the athlete's total. The team score is comprised of the best four athletes from each team.

For more information on the league, including complete standings, visit http://www.orionscoringsystem.com/AirRifleLeague

Box Score: http://www.orionresults.com/team/GamePage.aspx?MatchID=1.1.688454963.1

17 - 23 Oct 2016

Rank Participant Region ST 1 ST 2 ST 3 ST 4 Team
1 Maspenock Rod and Gun Club Milford, MA 380 - 18 378 - 18 384 - 17 374 - 14 1512 - 67
SEITZ, BRENDAN (103) 98 - 6 98 - 8 99 - 7 94 - 4 389 - 25
DEMETRIUS, ZUZU (102) 96 - 6 91 - 3 94 - 3 94 - 2 375 - 14
PETERS, KRISTINE (108) 95 - 4 94 - 5 94 - 3 93 - 3 376 - 15
BUTT, ALIYA (101) 91 - 2 93 - 2 95 - 5 93 - 4 372 - 13
TROEN-KRASNOW, SHOSHANA (105) 91 - 2 93 - 3 89 - 2 93 - 4 366 - 11
FERGUSON, RIO (104) 87 - 0 90 - 4 96 - 2 93 - 3 366 - 9
LEE, AUSTIN (106) 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0 0 - 0
2 Queen Anne Marksmanship Centreville, MD 367 - 8 372 - 15 377 - 16 372 - 12 1487 - 51
Dorey, Matt (3) 93 - 4 94 - 3 98 - 7 95 - 5 380 - 19
Walsh, Erin (7) 95 - 2 93 - 3 96 - 3 94 - 4 378 - 12
Mackenzie, Mason (5) 89 - 1 95 - 6 92 - 3 89 - 1 365 - 11
Dorey, Nick (4) 89 - 1 90 - 3 91 - 3 94 - 2 364 - 9
Veloz, Sophia (6) 84 - 1 88 - 1 87 - 1 88 - 1 347 - 4
Boone, Helen (1) 90 - 1 77 - 0 77 - 0 86 - 3 330 - 4
Burns, Grace (2) 82 - 2 85 - 2 79 - 1 76 - 0 322 - 5

17 - 23 Oct 2016

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