4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot Draws 65 Participants
The 4th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot was held Saturday, April 12, at Hunter’s Run Gun Club in West Baton Rouge Parish.
Sixty-five CHS alumni, family and friends participated in a 50-target walking course designed for CHS by the staff at Hunter’s Run to simulate certain hunting situations. This year’s participants ranged in age from 11-91 years-old. There were 16 teams competing for top team honors and additional individual awards for Top Gun and Most Potential.
The Top Team award went to Don Delaville ’53, Dale Delaville ’76, Ernie Gamon, Sonny Daniels and Gerald Geisler. The coveted Top Gun award was won by Flint Virgets ’78 and most potential award was won by John Grace ’82. Eleven-year-old Hunter Dexheimer was presented the Youngest Gun award.
Lunch was provided by Sean Malone of Serrano’s Salsa Company and drinks provided by the Baton Rouge Coca Cola Bottling Co.
Thanks to Camp Matens ’60 as this year’s chairman, and his committee composed of Dana Vutera, Mark Emonet ’80, Flint Virgets ’78, Scott Ritter ’93 and Alumni Director Glen Randow.