Shooters compete at West Seattle in one of the Washington State qualifying matches for the 2015 junior Olympics in 3-position smallbore rifle. Boys gold medal winner Alec Patajo is second from left.
Alec Patajo and Emily Stith won the 2015 Washington State qualifying matches for the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships (NJOSC). As winners of the state qualifying matches, Emily and Alec receive automatic invitations to the NJOSC to be held in Colorado Springs in April 2015. Other shooters will receive invitations later based on score and category. Matches were shot at West Seattle, Vancouver, and Spokane. Scores are combined to determine the state rankings.
Both boys and girls shoot a 3x20 (20 shots kneeling, prone, standing) match in smallbore rifle. Girls medalists are:
Gold Emily Stith 573x600
Silver Casey Iwamoto 557x600
Bronze Cassidy Wilson 550x600
Boys medalists are:
Gold Alec Patajo 577x600
Silver Nathan Brewer 566x600
Bronze Owen Yeasting 551x600
The WSR&PA awards club-based team medals that combine boy and girl shooters. The West Seattle Totem - Thunderbirds (Alec Patajo, Casey Iwamoto, Owen Yeasting, Sierra Avril) won the team competition.
This is the Official Journal of the Washington State Rifle and Pistol Association. Match directors as well as competitors are encouraged to submit articles to be published in the journal. Members are also encouraged to submit any shooting related articles that would be of interest to Washington State gun owners.
Update 12/19/2014: Due to the WSRPA website being down for several months, the two most recent Primers are posted here.
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