New King of the Hill BB Gun Champions - Christian Life Assembly B Team, Outpost #242

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New King of the Hill BB Gun Champions - Christian Life Assembly B Team, Outpost #242

After 13 consecutive years of winning the top spot in the Penn-Del District BB Gun Championship Match, Outpost #68, hailing from Newport Assembly of God, Newport, PA, was unseated as a new champ took over the bragging rights.  Outpost #242 from Christian Life Assembly, Camp Hill, PA, out shot the long time champions as their B-team took home the title during the match held on July 9th at Newport Assembly of God's Thomspontown Campus.

There were a total of 7 teams participating from 4 different Outposts at the Match and despite Cody Bellis, an Adventure Ranger from Outpost #68, setting a new record in the Kneeling position, Outpost #68 could not hang onto the title.  

Congratulations to the Christian Life Assembly B team from Outpost #242 for a job well done.  Next years Match should be extremely interesting. Find out how to participate at http://www.pdrangers.org/bb-gun-competition

A list of this years Match results can be found at http://www.pdrangers.org/bb-gun-competition

A list of individual 5 meter BB Gun records for the Penn-Del District can be found at http://www.pdrangers.org/bb-gun-records



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