06 Oct 2014

Twenty-Five Teams Competed in the 11th Annual Sporting Clay Shoot

Twenty-five teams competed in the 11th Annual Alumni Sporting Clay Shoot held Sunday, Oct. 5, 2014, at Hunterí´s Run Gun Club in Port Allen, Louisiana.

First Place medals were awarded to the team of Remi Brown, Don Amedee, George Simon and Jamie Taylor. The Top Gun award was won by Remi Brown with a score of 50 out of 50. Taylor Newton í´15 was the Young Gun winner hitting 46 out of 50 targets. The Most Potential award was won by Alison Matthews, wife of Mike Matthews í´91. Winner of the íÍBear Dynastyíñ Golf Ball Shoot contest was Daniel Landry í´79. Click here to see the full list of winners.

Thanks to the commitment and hard work by the 2014 Clay Shoot committee, co-chaired by Mark Emonet í´87 and Flint Virgets í´78. Committee members are Camp Matens í´60, Gary Littlefield, Dana Vutera, Bert Wintz, Denny Vicknair í´63, Tim Welborn í´92, Matt Lane í´93, Don Contine í´67, Sam Losavio í´66, Sonny Carona í´57 and Alex Knight í´01. Thanks also to volunteers from the CHS Office of Advancement and members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors for assisting with the event.

Wame Waggenspack í´67 was the winner of the raffle for a Ruger Model 1A Sporter Rifle.
Clay Shoot participants, CHS student and adult volunteers enjoyed crawfish etouffee donated by CDI Engineering which was prepared and served by CDI employees Tad Haller, Dennis Lott, Matt Rouse í´94, Larry Camp and Carl Polito í´09.  Non-alcoholic beverages were provided by the Baton Rouge Coca-Cola Bottling Company.

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