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Colorado State Shoot Day Two

Reciting the pledges at the beginning of .22 Rifle day for Juniors on Sunday, August 18, 2019.

A great way to start day two at the State Shoot yesterday!⁣

⁣Here is a quick (long) list of Sunday’s accomplishments for Larimer County shooters.⁣⁣⁣ ⁣Individual ribbons are awarded through 10th place, and team ribbons through 3rd place.⁣

⁣Juniors

⁣Air Pistol:⁣

⁣Martha Simpson, 7th place with score of 169.1⁣.
⁣Daiton Crego, 9th place with score of 164.7⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 2nd place⁣⁣⁣.

⁣Air Rifle / 3P:⁣

⁣Makenzie Larson, 4th place with score of 134.9⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 3rd place⁣.

⁣Air Rifle / Offhand:⁣

⁣Makenzie Larson, 3rd place with score of 176.1⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 3rd place⁣.

⁣Air Rifle / Utility:⁣

⁣Makenzie Larson, 5th place with score of 157.0.

.22 Rifle / 3P:⁣

⁣Walker Cameron, 4th place with score of 223.6⁣.
⁣Makenzie Larson, 6th place with score of 202.5⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 2nd place⁣.

⁣.22 Rifle / 4P:⁣

⁣Walker Cameron, 8th place with score of 293.6⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 3rd place⁣.

⁣⁣.22 Rifle / Hunt:⁣

⁣Walker Cameron, 3rd place with score of 311.8⁣.

⁣⁣.22 Rifle / Scope:⁣

⁣Walker Cameron, 2nd place with score of 348.8⁣.⁣⁣

⁣Muzzleloading:⁣

⁣Josh Ryan, 8th place with score of 78⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 2nd place⁣.

⁣⁣⁣Seniors

⁣⁣Air Rifle / Offhand:⁣

⁣Charlote Mick, 2nd place with score of 195.3⁣⁣⁣.

⁣Air Rifle / 3P:⁣

⁣Charlote Mick, 2nd place with score of 145.3⁣.

⁣Archery / Recurve Traditional:⁣

⁣Rachel Masters, 4th place with score of 227.⁣
⁣Dakota Squibb, 5th place with score of 217.⁣
⁣Carter Lyle, 9th place with score of 208⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 2nd place⁣.

⁣⁣Archery / Recurve Limited:⁣

⁣Josh Rudd, 1st place with score of 337⁣.
⁣James Rudd, 5th place with score of 286⁣.
⁣Heidi Acott, 8th place with score of 219⁣.
⁣Larimer County Team, 2nd place⁣.

⁣⁣Archery / Compound Traditional:⁣

⁣Walker Buckardt, 5th place with score of 163⁣.

⁣⁣All of the results from the weekend are available at the Orion Results website here. Larimer County’s results will be posted under results on this site soon. And there are more pictures to come as well!⁣

Colorado State Shoot Day One

Pictured are four members of the Archery Junior Recurve Traditional team. The team took 1st place! Members pictured are Tanner Squibb, Adam Beard, Tristen Noyer, Bridger Lyle; not pictured Garrett Starck and William Lancaster.

Great first day of shooting at State! You all represented Larimer County very well.

Here are our individuals and teams who brought home ribbons on day one. Individual ribbons are awarded through 10th place, and team ribbons through 3rd place.

Juniors

Archery / Recurve Traditional:

Tristen Noyer, 4th place with score of 89.
Tanner Squibb, 5th place with score of 87.
Adam Beard, 8th place with score of 77.
William Lancaster, 10th place with score of 76.
Larimer County Team, 1st place.

Archery / Compound Limited:

Truett Kitchen, 5th place with score of 179.
Savanna McGuire, 8th place with score of 177.

Archery / Compound Unlimited:

Walker Cameron, 2nd place with score of 198.

Seniors

.22 Rifle / Scope:

Nick Freeland, 7th place with score of 329.3.

Muzzleloading:

Clint Jordan, 8th place with score of 71.

Go out there and have a great day two!

Scheduled Shoot Times for State Competition 2019

The registration for State Shoot has been completed and the FINALIZED scheduled times for all Larimer County participants are now available.

(The only revision from the tentative schedule is Martha Simpson will shoot Air Rifle Utility at 2:00 p.m. on Saturday instead of 12:00 p.m. That change is incorporated into the schedule below.)

You can view the schedule below, or download it as a PDF. If you have any questions, please contact the superintendent for your discipline.

Pick Up Your Project
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Project pickup is Wednesday, August 7 between 7:00–10:00 a.m. If you’re unable to come during that time, please find someone who can pick up for you. Any projects NOT picked up by 10:00 a.m. will be available in the McKee Building until 12:00 p.m. on Friday, August 9. Then they will be taken to the Extension Office in Fort Collins. PLEASE make every effort to pick up on Wednesday!

If your project received Champion and you wish to send it to the Colorado State Fair please be prepared to check it in Wednesday morning, unless it is a food item. Food items will be submitted on Tuesday, August 13 between 7:30–10:00 a.m.

If checking in your project for state fair this Wednesday, please bring materials to properly box the item for safe travel to Pueblo.

Please do NOT come to the McKee Building and simply gather up your project and leave. There is a check out procedure.

Labeling Projects for Fair

All eRecord books and projects including display boards, stand-alone projects, and other projects must be properly labeled.

Create a label in the following format with this information:

Larimer (636)
Participant Name, 4-H Age
Department, Class
Name of Project, Unit #

Place the label on the front of your eRecord binder or folder, in the upper-right-hand corner. Also place an identical label on the back of your display board in the upper-right-hand corner or on the bottom of your stand-alone project.

Your Name of Project is “Shooting Sports” and the Unit # is the discipline.

Stand-Alone Projects

It is requested that you write a brief description of your item and how it is used. Use an 8.5" x 11" page and include the name of the item as a title, and then how the item is used, and how it was made. Use a large font so it can by read from a distance. This is not required, but it helps the viewing public understand what they’re seeing when they come through to see projects on display.

Here’s an example:

ARROW QUIVER

In 4-H, a hip quiver is required. Bow quivers or ground quivers are not allowed. This quiver is made using PVC pipe to keep my arrows safe when shooting and when retrieving arrows from targets.

State Shoot Fees

State Shoot Fees are due by July 30. Check the following tables or download the PDF to find state shoot fees owed for all our members who are scheduled to go to state shoot.

The Larimer County 4-H Foundation is covering $15 of the state fee for each participant. Please thank them for helping us out so much this year!

Schedules for the State Shoots are being checked and will be posted next week.

State shoot fees paid by check or cash are due by July 30 at Interview Judging when you check in. If you would like to pay by credit card, state shoot fees must be paid by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, July 29. Check this list Please check the list first to know how much your fee is and use this link to pay by credit card. There will be processing fees when paying by credit card.

Check with your superintendents about state shoot practice schedules.

If you have questions about State Shoot Fees please contact Sam Webb at 970-214-5646 or sammyjwebb@gmail.com.

Judging Sheets for Projects
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What are the judges looking for in your display board or stand-alone project? Here are the answers.

The judging sheets for Shooting Sports are available and you can use them as you’re putting the final touches on your project to make sure you fulfill the requirements.

4-H Judging Sheet – Shooting Sports Stand-Alone

4-H Judging Sheet – Shooting Sports Display Board

Volunteers Needed for Interview Judging and Project Setup
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As you all know the fair is quickly approaching and it takes many hands to help with our Shooting Sports program since it is so large. Cindy Buckardt is calling for volunteers on July 29, 30, and 31 to help with setup for interview judging day, interview judging day itself, and then setup of projects for fair.

July 29 / Set Up for Interview Judging

Set up the exhibit hall and classrooms for interview judging day. Start at 5:30 p.m. It should only take 1–2 hours maximum if we have a lot of hands to help. 

July 30 / Interview Judging Day

Start at 8:00 a.m. and get done about 8:00 p.m. It’s a LONG DAY! On interview judging day we need help checking 4-H members in, getting them to their judges, checking in their projects and attaching ribbons, putting projects in the exhibit hall, and then cleaning up the room. If can even come for part of the day, it is appreciated. Lunch will be provided. 

July 31 / Set Up Exhibit Hall with Projects for Fair

Set up the projects in the exhibit hall, check projects for correct ribbons, be sure those going to state have check-in information, and make the building look wonderful. Start at 9:00 a.m. and we’re usually done by mid-afternoon. If can come for part of the day, it is appreciated.  Lunch will be provided.

Please email Cindy if you are able to help!