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4-H'ers in Dickey, Stutsman counties place at shotgun match

The event was held near Menoken, North Dakota.

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Morton, Dickey, Hettinger and Ramsey counties took home the top honors in the 2022 North Dakota 4-H State Shotgun Match held recently in Bismarck. Among those placing at the event were 4-H members from Dickey and Stutsman counties.

The match was held at Capital City Sporting Clays near Menoken, North Dakota. The competition brought 46 shooters from across the state.

The 4-H shotgun events consist of trap, skeet and sporting clays. Seniors and juniors shoot 100 trap, 50 clay and 50 skeet targets. Shooters received 1 point for every target hit.

The senior division champion team was Morton County, shooting a combined score of 513 out of 600 in the three events and qualifying for the 2023 4-H National Invitational in Grand Island, Nebraska. Top shooter Ty Awender also will represent team North Dakota with his score of 188 out of a possible 200.

The top shooters in the senior division included:


  • First – Ty Awender, Dickey County, with a score of 188; also top scorer in sporting clays with 46 out of 50 skeet with 48 out of 50.
  • Fourth – Trace Christ, Stutsman County, with a score of 173.

The Hettinger County team took first place in the junior division.

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