Saturday, January 12, 2019
The Pinewood Preparatory Sporting Clays team shot in a South Carolina Youth Shooting Foundation event at Hermitage Farms in Camden on Saturday, January 12. The boys placed 3rd in the Intermediate Advanced division with a combined team score of 255 out of 300 clays. There were 33 teams in the Intermediate Advanced division, which equaled out to 96 shooters. Wade is an 8th grader at Pinewood with 3 years shooting experience, and Robert and Mack are both 7th graders at Pinewood with 2 years shooting experience. The kids also shoot for the Partridge Creek Young Guns. Pictured L-R: Wade Sams, Robert Dudley, and Mack Morris
Saturday, December 8, 2018
Robert Dudley and Mack Morris, of the Partridge Creek Young Guns 4-H Club, competed in the SCDNR Skeet Open Qualifier for the Governor's Cup in Wateree, South Carolina. The boys shot as a 2-man squad in the 3-man competition and placed 3rd in the Middle School Club division with a score of 78 out of 150 targets. Robert and Mack are in their second year with the Young Guns and also compete on the the Pinewood Prep Sporting Clays Team. Robert is the son of Rob and Stephanie Dudley of Summerville. Mack is the son of Russ and Karen Morris of Dorchester. Both are 7th graders at Pinewood Preparatory School.
Also, Larson Harkins from Goose Creek High School, weathered the tough conditions and was first on the board with a perfect round of 25 and total score of 48 x 50.
Congratulations to all the shooters.
Pictured L-R Robert Dudley, Mack Morris, and Larson Harkins
Tuesday, November 13, 2018
November 10, 2018
Mack Morris, Wade Sams, and Robert Dudley competed in the Super Sporting event at Back Woods Quail Club in Hemmingway, SC. It was the first tournament of it's kind for 4-H and SCTP. The team placed 2nd in the Intermediate Advanced division with a team score of 188/300. Wade Sams also placed 3rd in the Intermediate Entry level after two shoot-offs. Mack is the son of Russ and Karen Morris of Dorchester. Wade is the son of Justin and Kathryn Sams of Summerville. Robert is the son of Rob and Stephanie Dudley of Summerville. All three attend Pinewood Prep and have been shooting for 2+ years. Congratulations and good shooting!
Sunday, August 26, 2018
August 26, 2018
Partridge Creek Gun Club hosted the South Carolina State Skeet Shooting Championships this weekend. Shooters from all over the state came to Ridgeville, SC to compete in the three day skeet tournament. Larson Harkins and Blake Argo were tied for the 400 target High Overall Championship with scores of 392 x 400. The championship was decided using the Doubles Shoot-off format (doubles at stations 3/4/5, miss and out) using the .410 bore. Larson emerged victorious winning the shoot-off and became the youngest South Carolina skeet champion ever at the age of 15. Larson is a member of the Partridge Creek Young Guns 4-H club, attends Stratford High School, and the son of Mary and Lee Harkins of Goose Creek, SC.
Tuesday, April 24, 2018
The NSSA All-American Teams are based on a point system in the following categories: Open, Lady, Sub-Junior, Junior, Collegiate, Triple Sub, Sub-Sub-Senior, Sub Senior, Senior, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Super Veteran, Military, Retired Military, Military Veteran, Rookie, and International. Rookie of the Year Team is given to shooters as described by rule II-I-7 of the current Skeet rule book.
The All-American selection committee’s first criteria for choosing teams is the Top 12 Shoots points report. The reports below list the points earned from the 12 shoots which provide an individual with the most points in their category.
Friday, January 6, 2017
Friday, December 16, 2016
|Larson Harkins, Andrew Streetman, and Justin Haddle|
Last weekend, Larson Harkins (Goose Creek, SC), Andrew Streetman (Charleston, SC), and Justin Haddle (St. George, SC) traveled to Edgefield, SC to compete in the SCDNR Youth 50 Shot Skeet Open. This is a qualifying event for the State Championships which will be held in February, 2017 at the NWTF Palmetto Shooting Complex. The Partridge Creek Young Guns won the Junior Varsity Club Division in 2016 and now look to duplicate their efforts in the Senior Varsity Club Division in 2017. The Young Guns came in 2nd place losing by one target with a combined score of 132 x 150. Justin Haddle won the High Over All with a 47 x 50. This was a huge accomplishment for such a young team. Great shooting and congratulations.
All of the scores can be found here.