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Wisconsin Ironman (April 29 & 30) Forms Available
The 2017 Wisconsin Ironman will be here before you know it. As of January 21, there are already 200 shooters signed up, so don't delay!
This shoot features two days of shooting, and 400 registered targets split between MRC and Wausau (Sat) and J&H (Sun - two separate courses). This is a great shoot and a great value!
2017 Cranberry 200 Registration Now Available
Jump start your sporting clays season by registering for Woods & Meadows Cranberry 200. This tremendously popular event features everything: 5-stand, .410, 28ga, 20ga, 12ga... plus 150 target FITASC and a challenging and fun-filled 200 target main event.
This year's Cranberry 200 will be held on April 21 through 23. Click on the link below for the registration form and more information:
2016 WI Sporting Clays Championship (hosted by Waukesha Gun Club)
The 2016 WI Sporting Clays Championship is now finished. From all accounts, it was a well-attended, well-run event. Congratulations to our new State Champion... Gene Jack! He certainly had to work for it, as his impressive score of 182 was not enough to win it outright. He still had to beat Baha Nasif in a shoot off.
|Baha Nasif||Runner Up|
|Dr Paula Benbow||Lady Champion|
|Tyler Melloy||Sub Jr Champion|
|Josh Glynn||Jr Champion|
|Robert Ness||Vet Champion|
|Gene Jack||Super Vet Champion|
|Bert Baumgartner||Sr Super Vet Champion|
* Note: Results are preliminary and may be subject to change.
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Mike Flanagan (NSCA #550919)
2016 Ironman Winners
This year's event had Josh Glynn taking the honors for HOA with an impressive 362.
Steve Coutant and Terry Patrick followed as Runners Up, both with an overall score of 355.
If you have any pictures from the event, feel free to send them via e-mail for possible inclusion on the website. Please include a caption including the names of individuals in the photo.
2016 Cranberry Winners
Robert Nemitz (right) receving the HOA tophy from Scott Goetzke (left)
Phil Puckorius (right) receiving the Runner Up trophy from Scott Goetzke (left)
Pete Melloy was the FITASC HOA, with Steve Greene as FITASC Runner Up. However, they were both camera shy.