Talk around GSCA ● Time to catch you up on the 2019
Georgia State Championships. The 2020 State Championships will be at
the Meadows near Forsyth, GA on June 18-21, 2020 and it is on
Our friend Mike Benton from Alabama
was HOA in the main event at the Georgia State Championships winning
the shoot-off against Will Hinton. Will had the highest score among
Georgia competitors and continued his reign as the Georgia State
Melanie Parker was inducted into the GSCA Hall of Fame.
Edwin Purcell won the John Letsinger Service award for the
outstanding design of the state pin and his main event entry was
paid for by the GSCA. Edwin won over the other 2 good choices
in an GSCA vote.
Saturday night dinner was sponsored by du Pont/Krieghoff and the
Phillips Invitational shoot out had a tremendous turnout.
Over $3,000 was raised from the enthusiastic crowd which was split
between Juniors, Sub-Juniors, and Ladies. Alexis Eidson
competing in the Ladies event ran the first six pairs to win the
Ladies division first prize.
Trent Coleman took the Sub-Junior title.
Sorry, I don't have the name of the Junior winner. If you were the
winner, please contact me.
Board election results were announced with Harvey
Schwartz continuing as GSCA President (outstanding job),
Jon Kent as the Club Representative and a newcomer to the
Board, Sammy Mc Faddin, DVM. They will be on the Board
A big thank you to the staff at Big Red Oak for all
the work they put into this shoot to make it a success.
● Another large event last weekend was the North Central
Regional's at Claythorne Lodge in Kansas. They had 536 attendees and
Kevin DeMichiel took M3 in the Main event, M6 in the Freedom Cup and
M6 in the Kolar Classic and finally, M5 in the White Flyer All
● Saw it on the Internet
Tift Shotgun Team