Gun Club News

Print Article

Saturday, Sept. 8, “Dukes Claybusters”: We had three school shooters today. The weather was good, Melanie Campbell 17X25, Wyatt Hatheway 21X25, Kamen Nelson 22X25. More practice and I’m sure we will see some 25X25. Great shooting, shooters.

Saturday, Sept. 15, “Dukes Claybusters”: What a great turnout today, nice weather and six school shooters, four beginners. Wyatt Hatheway missed his third bird and broke the rest for 24X25 — great shooting Wyatt, the 25X25 is coming. Falen Eberhardt shot a 20X25 today, good shooting as he has missed a lot of practice as to a illness in his family.

New shooters Lonnie and Luc Lablanc, first time shooting clay targets, they did well, first time out a lot to learn. Mainly safety first. Wyatt’s cousin Dane broke 13X25 then 15X25, good shooting for first time. Ryan Carelli broke 9X25 then 14X25 and 17x25 — almost out-shot his father, Paul, who filled in to make a full squad on the last two rounds. Kamen Nelson stopped by to let me know he couldn’t shoot today, which I very much appreciate.

I hope to see you all back next Saturday. Keep those grades up. Good grade first, shooting second.

Sunday, Sept 9, Bonners Ferry Gun Club: Had 10 shooters, practice rounds, and four Annies. Great fun and good practice for bird hunting.

Sunday, Sept 16, we only had five shooters, as most of the club member went to Bull Lake, Mont., for their autumn shoot. I went to Hauser Lake to their fall shoot as they support our club with 20 to 30 shooters each year. I was very surprised as 360 Apparel in Spokane donated 12 hats for the Bonners Ferry High School Dukes Claybusters, plus another banner. Thank you, McKlendons, so very much.

Shoot straight and keep your powder dry.

— Coach Lonny Jelinek

Print Article

Read More Sports

Badger boys to face Grangeville at districts

October 11, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald BONNERS FERRY — On Oct. 4, the Badger boys soccer team played a home game against St. George’s School. St. George scored early on, roughly five minutes in. The Badgers then had eight shots on the g...

Comments

Read More

Cross country team preps for district rivals

October 11, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald BONNERS FERRY — On Oct. 6, the Badgers cross country teams had an early 4 a.m. start on their trek to compete at Lewiston Orchards, in Lewiston, Idaho. Madi McIntyre had to run in the girls JV race...

Comments

Read More

Soccer teams fight for state berths

October 11, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald RATHDRUM — On Monday, Oct. 8, the Badger girls played their first 3A district game. The Badgers were the seventh seed in the district bracket and played against second seed Timberlake, losing 6-1, re...

Comments

Read More

Volleyball girls Dig Pink

October 11, 2018 at 6:00 am | Bonners Ferry Herald BONNERS FERRY — On Oct. 2, the Badgers volleyball girls entered the Bonners Ferry High School gym wearing pink uniforms. The ‘Dig Pink’ event was hosted by the Badgers, with visiting team Clark Fork ...

Comments

Read More

Contact Us

(208) 267-5521
Po Box 539
Bonners Ferry, Id 83805

©2018 Bonners Ferry Herald Terms of Use Privacy Policy
X
X