Jr. Rifle Club awards presented

T he Whitehall Junior Rifle Club finished its 9 week training course with the following awards being presented.

Expert: Joe Delorme 380, Malia Delorme 374, Jay Lawrence 369

Sharpshooter: Hollis Pauquette, Noah Ramey, Tyler Sweenor

Marksman: Sophia Barber, Bailey Daigle, John Hollister, Mike Mattison.

Pro Marksman: Matt Austin, Luke Longtin, Vinkle Rasmussen, Garrett Steves

Basic: Justin Cleveland, Brenden Covey, Nick Deo, Paige DeLorme, Clayton Fenton, Jacob Gosselin, Zach Hollister, Conner Lavole, Henry McClure, Jesse Mullins, Hunter Ostrander, Myles Pauquette, Austin Williams, Brent Williams.

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