2016 National Camporama Shooting Sports Winners (Penn-Del)

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2016 National Camporama Shooting Sports Winners (Penn-Del)

The following Rangers from our district earned medals in shooting sports at Camporama:

Trap Shoot - Isaac Deller (242) - 2nd (Rookie)

Black Powder - Branden Krause (OP 227) - 2nd (Adult)

Air Rifle

Prone

Intermediate: Riley Heller (68) - 2nd; Matt Hammar (68) - 3rd

Standing

Intermediate: Matt Hammar (68) - 1st; Riley Heller (68) - 2nd

Kneeling

Intermediate: Josiah Hammar (68) - 2nd; Matt Hammar (68) - 3rd

Junior: Jason Hammar (68) - 3rd

Aggregate

Intermediate: Riley Heller (68) - 2nd; Matt Hammar (68) - 3rd

Junior: Jason Hammar (68) - 3rd

BB Gun

Prone

Sub Jr: Manual Cartagena (227) - 1st; Ian Troutman (242) - 2nd; Tanner Glace (227) - 3rd

Int-Jr: Cody Bellis (68) - 1st; Joshua Bellis (68) - 2nd

Jr: Jacob Beatty (242) - 1st; Skyler Barnes (68) - 3rd

Standing

Sub Jr: Ian Troutman (242) - 1st; Manuel Cartagena (227) - 2nd

Int-Jr: Joshua Kepple (242); Aiden Troutman (242) - 2nd; Lake Barnes (68) - 3rd

Jr: Skyler Barnes (68) - 1st; Jacob Beatty (242) - 2nd

Kneeling

Sub Jr: Ian Troutman (242) - 1st; Tanner Glace (227) - 2nd; Eli Angle (227) - 3rd

Int-Jr: Lake Barnes (68) - 2nd; Damon Troutman (242) - 3rd

Jr: Jacob Beatty (242) - 1st

Aggregate

Sub Jr: Manuel Cartagena (227) - 1st; Ian Troutman (242) - 2nd; Tanner Glace (227) - 3rd

Int-Jr: Damon Troutman (242) - 1st; Joshua Bellis (68) - 2nd; Cody Bellis (68) - 3rd

Jr: Jacob Beatty (242) - 1st; Skyler Barnes (68) - 2nd

Team

Int- Jr: Shrewsbury (227) - 1st (4th overall): Eli Angle, Manual Cartagena, Nathan Ferguson, Oliver Fromm, Tanner Glace

Junior: Christian Life (242) - 1st (1st overall): Jacob Beatty, Joshua Kepple, Aiden Troutman, Damon Troutman, Ian Troutman

Newport (68) - 2nd (2nd overall): Lake Barnes, Skyler Barnes, Cody Bellis, Joshua Bellis, Garrett Gura

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