2020 State Shoot Results
Monday 50 Bird 22 – Yard Handicap Charity Event, sponsored by Kay’s Upholstery
St. Mary’s OH 419-394-3128,
Laura Fiebelkorn was the only shooter to break all 50 targets! She won $538.00 and was thrilled. There were two scores of 49 earning $163.00 each, Breydon Paxon and Chase Horton. The total payout to the shooters was $1,256.00. A portion of the income will be going to the Alzheimer’s Association, Central Ohio Chapter.
MONDAY BUCKEYE PROPANE MISS & OUT
1st place winner – Chuck Wilson $347.00
2nd place winner – Josh Chuck $208.00
3rd Place winner – John Thomas $139.00
Shooter stands on the 27- yard line stone from Vandalia during the BUCKEYE PROPANE MISS AND OUT charity shoot. President Tim Hunsaker chose the Alzheimer Association, Central Ohio Chapter as the charity for 2020.
Shooters line up to shoot for cash at the “back fence” as a warm up for a week of competition at the 134th Ohio State Shoot.
First Place winner, Chuck Wilson
MidwayUSA/ O.S.T.A. Fundraiser
Tuesday winners of the Pilla Shooting Glasses
The Foundation in combination with MidwayUSA held a gun raffle again this year. One raffle ticket was drawn on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Two tickets were pulled on Sunday. The 7 lucky winners were:
Ruger American Rifle With Leupold VX Freedom Scope
Kristyn M. Zwiebel
James D. Stevens
Savage III Trophy Hunter Rifle with Nikon Scope
Winchester SX4 Hybrid
Wednesday Stock Lock II
This year, 14 shooters had a score that qualified them to compete in the annual Stock Lock II Shoot-Off. After four rounds, Chase Horton was declared the winner!
Three dove hunts to Cordoba, Argentina were offered in a raffle to benefit the Ohio State Trapshooting Foundation.
The winners were:
Larry Moody of Jamestown, Ohio on Thursday
Mike O’Brien of Marshallville, Ohio on Friday
Caitlin Simms of Glade Park , Colorado on Saturday
Event 9 of the State Tournament was the Annual President’s Handicap Sponsored again by Brittain Motors and Steve Stedman. The cash winners of the 100 target competition were:
Jerry Osborne III $500.00
Howard O’Neil $300.00
Ian Lawrence $200.00
SATURDAY SINGLES CATEGORY WINNERS:
The Husband & Wife category was won by Roger and Betty Peterson with a combined score of 388. They had a terrific week at this year’s tournament, taking home 18 trophies between the two of them! The Parent/Child category winners were Britt and Bryce Havenar with a score of 393. Steve Stedman represented Monroe Sportsman’s Club in the Director’s Cup competition and won the cup in a repeat performance with a score of 199.
Roger and Betty Peterson
Josh Brown of Lawrenceburg, Indiana is all smiles as he takes a seat in his new E-Z-GO golf cart after his lucky ticket was drawn Saturday evening. Jason was enjoying his dinner at the local restaurant when he got a call from the O.S.T.A. Secretary informing him that he was needed at the shoot-off building immediately. He was a bit confused at first but willingly left behind his dinner when he found out his raffle ticket had been pulled! The prize included an aluminum trailer to pull it home.
2020 O.S.T.A. President Tim Hunsaker presents Jason Brown with the keys to his Golf Cart. Proceeds from the ticket sales benefit the Ohio State Trapshooting Foundation.
2019 State Shoot Stock Lock
Pat McCarthy of Dawson Enterprises presents Peggy Wise with a custom Stock Lock after winning the handicap event.
2019 MIDWAYUSA 7 GUN GIVE-AWAY! – Random draw
Tuesday – Kyle Farber (Winchester SXP Black Shadow)
Wednesday – Robert Chocinsky(Browning BL22)
Thursday – Marlin Raber (Henry 30/30)
Friday – Jerry Osborne III (Winchester SXP Black Shadow)
Saturday – Keegan Kendall (Browning BT99)
Sunday – Ian Lawrence(Browning BL22)
Sunday – Perry Hatfield(Browning BT99)
The 2019 PRESIDENT”S HANDICAP
Brittain Motors President’s Handicap
$500 Tuff Hutchins
$300 Kevin Dawson
$200 Patrick McCarthy
Steve Stedman of Brittain Motors with winners Patrick McCarthy (and Rusty), Tuff Hutchins and Kevin Dawson.
Ryan Phillip’s was the winner of the Kubota Shoot-Off.
By Saturday of the 2019 State Shoot, 57 competitors had their names drawn for the chance to win the Kubota. Everyone shot 2 shots from all 5 posts and those who broke all 10 moved on to the next round. Eventually, it came down to 5 shooters, Ernest Henry, Laura Fiebelkorn, Ryan Phillips. Jason Huffman and Ray Gajoch Sr. Jason was the next shooter to be eliminated with the other 4 shooters breaking 9 of the 10 targets. Ernest faltered and it was down to just three shooters. Ray and Laura missed and Ryan was the champion.
Directors Ed Detty and John Mueller keep watch as Ryan has it narrowed down to himself and 2 shooters.
2019 State Shoot Singles Category Winners
The 2019 Husband/Wife Champions were Don and Sharon Cogan with a score of 390.
The 2019 Director’s Cup winner was Steve Stedman shooting for Monroe Sportsman’s Club
The 2019 Parent & Child Champions were Steve and Joe Charnigo with a score of 390.
2019 E-Z-GO Golf Cart & trailer winner
The winner of the E-Z-Go Golf Cart was Kyle Farber of Minerva, Ohio.
President Robert Caplinger congratulates Kyle Farber of Minerva, Ohio – 2019 winner of the Golf cart Foundation fundraiser.
2019 ANNUAL CORN HOLE TOURNAMENT
Due to some unfortunate rains, we had another soggy tournament and it had to be condensed into a one evening event. This year we had 28 competitors. The First Place winners were Kevin Dawson and Alex Cutter and they each received a flat of shells. Good bags guys!
2019 ZONE TEAM RACE
The SINGLES winner was the Southwest with a score of 2888
The DOUBLES winner was the Northeast Zone with a score of 1364
Winners of the 2019 50/50 Foundation Raffle:
Tuesday – Tad Johnson $116.00
Wednesday – Tonya Bluhm McCauley $71.00
Thursday – Bill Stoeppel $81.00
Friday – Bob Rumbaugh $96.00
Saturday – Linda Lavalee $193.00
The Ohio State Trapshooting Foundation thanks everyone who participated in this year’s 50/50 raffle. The raffle has been a huge success in supplementing the expenses of the Foundation for scholarships and our museum.
2019 MONDAY’S MISS AND OUT -CHARITY EVENT
Sponsored by Bottom Dollar Gun & Archery
Winner – Austin Jacob
2nd – Alex McCafferty
3rd – Chuck Wilson
In spite of the wet weather, we had 50 shooters compete in our annual Miss and Out charity event. Heartland Hospice is the 2019 charity this year and $250.00 was collected as part of the Ohio State Trapshooting Association’s donation.
MONDAY’S 22 YARD HANDICAP-CHARITY EVENT
Sponsored by Kay’s Upholstery in St. Mary’s, Ohio
Fifty shooters participated in the charity shoot for Heartland Hospice. Joe Cafagno, Craig Denlinger and Dave Berlet were the big winners with a score of 50. They each received $150.00.