From left, front row, Jay Geniesse, Miriam Graves, Jacklyn Minnoch, Coach Jason Minnoch, Phillip Powers; and from left, back row, Coach Brent Maggard, Joseph Maggard, Bailey Geniesse, Aaron Andrews, and Coach Seth Geniesse.

From left, front row, Jay Geniesse, Miriam Graves, Jacklyn Minnoch, Coach Jason Minnoch, Phillip Powers; and from left, back row, Coach Brent Maggard, Joseph Maggard, Bailey Geniesse, Aaron Andrews, and Coach Seth Geniesse.

4-H sport shooters sweep state championship to earn medals

EATONVILLE — The 4-H Clallam County Shooting Sports Air Rifle Team fared well during the annual 4-H Shooting Sports State Championship, sweeping first, second and third places in the Sporter category.

The two-day Sporter competition was held at the Upper Nisqually Sportsman Club comprised of 3 position, standing and silhouette target shooting.

Among the individual titles, the team — as a whole — placed first overall at the competition.

Individual results are Joseph Maggard, junior sporter, gold medal; Bailey Genisse, sporter, gold medal; Jacklyn Minnoch, silver medal, sporter; and Miriam Graves, sporter, bronze medal; and Aaron Andrews, senior sporter, silver medal.

Peninsula Daily News

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