Wake Electric on target as winner of Chamber Sporting Clays event

With 157 hits, the Wake Electric team won the overall sporting clays tournament. Members of the winning team are, from left, Ashley Speight, Stacey Owen, Rick Person and Kerry Freeman. PHOTOS CONTRIBUTED.

The Wake Forest Area Chamber of Commerce held their annual Sporting Clays Tournament at Rose Hill Plantation in Nashville, NC on Thursday, November 5, 2020. To ahere to social distancing guidelines, the more than 100 participants were split into three groups, each with its own unique start time. Participants in each shooting group rotated through eight shooting stations and a special Top Shooter Station. The event was capped off with lunch provided by B & W Hardware Co., and an Outdoor Expo featuring local businesses presented by Shaw RV. 

Kyle McCoy won the overall Top Shooter for the tournament with 31 targets hit. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED.

Top Team and Top Shooter awards were presented for each group. Tournament-wide Top Team and Top Shooter awards were also presented.

WINNERS:

Group 1: Top Shooting Team: Wake Electric Membership Corp. with 157 targets hit

Group 1: Top Shooter Award: Bill Ingold with 9 targets hit at the Top Shooter Station

Group 2: Top Shooting Team: Hartsfield & Nash Insurance Agency with 153 targets hit

Group 2: Top Shooter Award: Don Stroud with 5 targets hit at the Top Shooter Station

Group 3: Top Shooting Team: North Wake Church with 152 targets hit

Group 3: Top Shooter Award: Kyle McCoy with 31 targets hit at the Top Shooter Station

Overall Awards:

Tournament Top Shooting Team: Wake Electric Membership Corp. with 157 targets hit

Tournament Top Shooter: Kyle McCoy with 31 targets hit at Top Shooter Station

Tournament Top Woman Shooter: Abby Hucks with 40 targets hit

The Wake Forest Area Chamber Commerce will hold its Spring Sporting Clays Tournament on March 25, 2021 at Rose Hill Plantation. This event is open to the public, and all levels of ability are welcome to participate. For more information, visit www.wakeforestchamber.org or email corey@wakeforestchamber.org.

The presenting sponsor of the Sporting Clays Tournament was B&W Hardware Company. Outdoor Expo Presenting Sponsor was Shaw RV. Outdoor expo premium sponsors included: StoredTech Systems, Thin Gold Line Solutions, GCS Construction Services, StorageMax of Wake Forest, Southern Trust Mortgage, Triangle Shooting Academy, Leith Chrysler Jeep, and The Butcher’s Market. Station Sponsors included BB&T now Truist, Carey Roofing & Construction, CornerClean LLC, Real McCoy’s, and Warren Shackleford Thomas Attorneys PLLC. Hearing protection was provided by Heritage Audiology.

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