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It was tough night for the Lady Cats at Greensburg Country Club. The Wildcats fell to the Pirates for their 2nd loss of the season 171-180. Junior, Maggie Brack, captured medallist honors with a personal best score of 36. They will be back in action tomorrow night when they travel to Grand Oak Country Club to take on the East Central Trojans.FC Individual Scoring. Maggie Brack-36 (personal best), Abby Orschell-48, Gracie Graf-48, Camryn Brewer-50, Ashlan Hill-48, Taylor McCreary-59, Erin Hesselbrock-57, Sam Ebrens-55, Kelsey Brackney-63.Courtesy of Wildcats Coach Marisa Mears.
GORDON Richards amassed some 87 points to end as the top shot in the Guyana National Rifle Association (GNRA) Smallbore Section .22 Precision Pistol competition which went down at the Tactical Service Unit (TSU) Range, Eve Leary last Saturday.Richards took his win ahead of Surujballi Persaud who ended his day with 78 points. Just behind with 76 points was Raval Seojattan, Murtland Smith followed with 64 points and Compton Sarabo concluded his day with 56 points.The competition saw shooters face off at the 5m, 7m, 10m, 15m and 20m distances, with each one required to shoot 10 rounds with their strong hand, unsupported from the 5m, 7m and 10m distances, after which only the top 10 advanced to the 15m range where they shot 10 rounds with their strong hand supported.It was then only the top five who made it in, competed at the 20m mark, with 10 available rounds with their strong hand supported.
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