13 Oct 2013

Alumni Clay Shoot Draws More Than 100 Participants

More than 100 people participated in the 10th Annual Alumni Sporting Clay Shoot held Sunday, October 13 at Hunterí´s Run Gun Club in Port Allen.

Participants competed on a 50-target walking course throughout the day. Clay Shoot participants, CHS student and adult volunteers, families and friends of CHS enjoyed delicious food provided by Serranoí´s Salsa Company.  Non-alcoholic beverages were provided by the Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

Awards were presented to the top three teams as well as individual awards for Top Gun, Young Gun and Most Potential. First Place medals were awarded to the team of Mark Jarreau, Ed Rodriguez, Jamie Taylor and Russel Young. The Top Gun award was given to Glenn LeJune, who shot 50 out of 50 targets. Taylor Newton í´15 was the Young Gun winner, hitting 49 out of 50 targets. Most Potential was won by Alison Matthews, wife of Mike Matthews í´91. Winner of the first ever Bear Dynasty Golf Ball Shoot contest was Trace Newton. In the golf ball shoot, participants were given six shots to hit three golf balls launched by CHS golf coach, Patrick Jenkins. For a complete list of winners, click here.

Bradley Vutera í´12 was the winner of the raffle for a RUGER RED LABEL 20-Gauge Over/Under Shotgun.

The 2013 Clay Shoot Committee was  co-chaired by Mark Emonet í´87 and Flint Virgets í´78. Committee members were Camp Matens í´60, who started the clay shoot event ten years ago, joined by Gary Littlefield, Dana Vutera, Bert Wintz, Denny Vicknair í´63, Tim Welborn í´92 and Matt Lane í´93.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to the CHS Alumni Association Scholarship program.