Alumni Clay Shoot Draws 80 Participants
Over 80 CHS alumni, family and friends participated in a 50-target walking course located at Hunterí´s Run Gun Club in Port Allen, LA Sunday, October 14. Twenty teams competed for top team honors and additional individual awards for Top Gun, Most Potential and Young Gun. Members of the Catholic High Alumni Board of Directors volunteered as scorers and were assisted at the various shooting stations by members of the CHS Student Council.
The Top Team award went to Mark Jarreau, Russel Young, Kane Altazan and Jamie Taylor. Second place team members were Camp Matens í´60, Andy Oí´Brien, Gary Alford and Eddie Baker. Don Delaville í´53, Dale Delaville í´76, Bert Wintz and Larry Lamonte took third place honors. There was a three-way tie for the coveted Top Gun award among Kane Altazan, Jamie Taylor and Remi Brown. Jamie Taylor won the award in the tie breaker.
Abby Kern won the Most Potential award, and Glenn Wilson í´16 was presented the Young Gun award for being the best young shooter.
A delicious lunch was provided by Serranoí´s Salsa Company and drinks were provided by the Baton Rouge Coca Cola Bottling Company.
Thanks to Mark Emonet í´87 and Flint Virgets í´78 for co-chairing this yearí´s Clay Shoot committee. Other committee members were Camp Matens í´60, Dana Vutera, Sam Losavio í´66, Sonny Carona í´57, Glen Randow, CHS alumni director and Barbara Camp, associate alumni director. Thanks also to Lipseyí´s, Inc. for providing the prizes for the raffle drawing and to Dana Vutera & Associates for providing the winning team and individual medals.