Mitchell County 4-H Members Demonstrate Marksmanship Skills at State Competition

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What an accomplishment to have eleven members of the Mitchell County 4-H Shooting Sports Club qualify to compete at the NC 4-H Shooting Sports state tournament held Saturday, October 9, 2021, at Millstone 4-H Center and DeWitt’s Outdoor Sports in Ellerbe, NC! 4-H Members competing were: Jeremiah Greene, shotgun, senior division (son of Megan and Hank Greene of Bakersville), Alex Buchanan, telescopic rifle and compound archery, senior division (daughter of Ranae and Jimmy Buchanan of Spruce Pine), Dawson Silvers, telescopic rifle, senior division (son of Olivia and Rhon Silvers of Green Mountain), Bransen Pittman, open sight rifle and compound archery, junior division (son of Lisa and Brandon Pittman of Bakersville), Troy Gouge, open sight rifle, junior division (son of Ellen and Doug Gouge of Bakersville), Addyson Roberts, telescopic rifle and compound archery, junior division (daughter of Jessica and Clayton Roberts of Bakersville), Audrey Greene, compound archery, junior division (daughter of Amber and Robert Greene of Bakersville), Piper Cook, telescopic rifle, junior division (daughter of Shana and Ryan Cook of Spruce Pine) and the Mitchell 4-H Junior Division Shotgun Team – Barrett Potter (son of Tammy Bryant and Robbie Potter of Bakersville), Addyson Roberts, Troy Gouge, Jacob Greene (son of Megan and Hank Greene of Bakersville) and Colton McClellan (son of Jessica and Eric McClellan of Bakersville).

4-H adult volunteer coaches include: Randy Ramsey (riflery), Reece Ramsey (riflery), Rohn Silvers (riflery), Brandon Pittman (archery), and Clayton Roberts (shotgun).

The 4-H Shooting Sports Club held its first fall/winter meeting on Friday, October 29 at 6 p.m. The next meeting is scheduled for 6 p.m., Friday, December 3. If you’re interested in joining the club, please call N.C. Cooperative Extension of Mitchell County at 828-688-4811 or email Youth must be 8 years old as of January 1, 2022, to participate.