Jamie Marcellus shoots at a clay target in one of the trap shoot portions of the 4-H Benefit Shoot Sunday, while another squad, in background, takes part in the skeet portion of the shoot. L&T photos/Larry Phillips
Numerous winners at Sunday’s second annual 4-H Benefit Shoot pose with their plaques in front of the club house at the Liberal Gun Club Trap Range in Liberal. They include Dylan Arnold, left, who won third place in the girl’s youth division; Seward County 4-H Shooting Sports Instructor Greg Standard, who won second in men’s adult division; Jamie Marcellus, who won first place in the women’s adult division; Vivian Marcellus, who took fourth in girl’s youth; Tommy Marcellus, third in men’s adult division; Lauren Farabee, who won first in girl’s youth; second-place winner in girl’s youth division Sarah Bayouth; Harrison Eakes, who took first in boy’s youth division; second-place winner in boy’s youth Ethan Frerichs; Riley Harrison, who won first in the Men’s division; and Ashton Harrison, who took home third in boy’s youth division. Competitors and winners were from Liberal, Meade, Hooker, Okla., and Texhoma, Okla. In all, the shoot raised more than $1,000 for 4-H shooting sports.
Mitch Marcellus, foreground, takes aim at a flying clay target Sunday during the annual 4-H Benefit Shoot in Liberal.
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