View Full Version : Harrison Group Results

06-28-2009, 06:58 AM
Shooters were greeted saturday morning with sunny clear skies and calm conditions. Also with a big pot of coffee and fresh bakery donuts. Conditions stayed very good through about the third relay when the temperatures went up, the mirage created a new challenge and the breezes began to increase and switch without warning.
When the day was done the following shooters walked away with the honors;

1; Brian Albee Midland 0.2606 agg.
2; Mike Conway Harrison 0.2766 agg.
3; Ron Breedlove Oil City 0.2816 agg.

Custom Class;

1; Mark Spencer Standish 0.7092 Agg
2; Elton Rountree Gladwin 0.7294 Agg.

Factory Class;

Jim Guinn Gladwin 0.6738 Agg
Kurt Krug Gladwin 0.8908 Agg

Cash Option Winners

Match #1 Ron Breedlove 0.212
Match #2 Brian Albee 0.255
Match #3 Brian Albee 0.214
Match #4 Mike Conway 0.198 (small group of the day)
Match #5 Mike Conway 0.255

We would like to thank everyone who came out and enjoyed a great day of competition.
Our next match at Harrison will be the Harrison leg of the Michigan Score Championship. This will be held on July 18th. It will be two one hundred yard matches. This event will have a start time of 09;00 rather then our regular 10;00AM Start.

Thanks To All
Harrison Sportsmans Club

06-29-2009, 06:57 AM
Not a score match, a group match. First three shooters were shooting LV/HV...


Dick Wright
06-29-2009, 07:37 AM
one day.

Where is Al and why hasn't he posted all the results?

From the aggs I'd say it was a tad windy. Brian usually shots something in the ones.

How come there's not another match till mid-July?


06-29-2009, 09:34 AM
We were keeping an eye on Brian and Ron when Mike snuck in!:D

Full results are contained in the attachment.

Yes, the winds were switchy........................................... ...............:eek:

06-29-2009, 02:08 PM
Well let's see.... This weekend is the 4th of July Holiday.
Next weekend is a two dayer at Holton
The next weekend is Harrison.
The next weekend is 100 / 200 at Oscoda..
That's the way it works.


Dick Wright
06-30-2009, 06:11 AM
it's the 4th already. Time flies this time of year.

See you the 18th.