Tattnall Square Academy’s Varsity Clay Target Team won GISA General Division State Runner Up out of 11 general division schools. Out of 31 teams between both divisions, TSA finished 4th. The team score, from the three highest scores, was 807/900 targets.
Top 3 Shooters:
- Baylor Scott 270/300
- Tee Hobbs 269\300
- Drake Byrd 268\300
Varsity Individual Awards:
Baylor Scott placed 1st in female trap 92/100 , 2nd high over all in trap, 2nd in female skeet 95/100 and 2nd in female sporting clays 83/100. Baylor finished 9th overall out of 172 athletes in our division, and she obtained a spot on the All State Team.
Tee Hobbs finished 10th overall out of 172 athletes and also earned a spot on the All State Team.
Evan Kelley captured TSA’s 4th place spot. This was Evans fourth trip to the state tournament, and Evan achieved his highest state score of 250/300.
David Shoemaker, one of TSA’s first year shooters, placed 5th with a score of 239/300.
Ashton Chambers placed 6th with a score of 238/300.
Skylar Reid placed 7th with a score of 232/300.
Cadyn Eaton, first year shooter, placed 8th with a score of 207/300.
Jacob Boone placed 9th with a score of 205/300(his highest score at state to date).
Chase McClure placed 10th with a score of 161/300.
TSA placed 3rd in our division, finishing 6th overall out of 16 teams. The team score, which came from the three highest scores, was 450\600.
Top 3 Shooters:
- Slaton Berkner 152/200 (12th overall out of 99)
- Robert Dopson 150/200 (13th overall out of 99)
- Gunner Heath 148/200 (tied 14th overall out of 99)
Carson Scott placed 4th with a score of 146/200.
Carson Chipman placed 5th with a score of 134/200.
Brayden Floyd placed 6th with a score of 129/200.
Carter Rawls placed 7th with a score of 128/200.
Isaac Hayes placed 8th with a score of 115/200.