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2015 USA Shooting National Rifle and Pistol Championships

Tobin Elizabeth Bailey

Hudson Fish and Game Junior Rifle Team Captain Bailey Urbach and fellow teammate Elizabeth Dutton travelled to Columbus, GA to compete in the USA Shooting National Rifle and Pistol Championships from June 24th through 30th. USA Shooting is the official governing body for the US Olympic shooting disciplines, which are rifle, pistol, and shotgun. Men and women compete in separate events, and awards are given in each event. These medals are awarded to the three highest overall scorers, the top three junior scorers (age 20 and below), the highest-scoring collegiate shooter, the highest-scoring J2 (age 15-17), the highest-scoring J3 (age 14 and below), and the top three scorers in each classification (AA-D, determined by the shooter’s average score in the event).

Bailey and Elizabeth competed in three events: Women’s Air Rifle, Prone Smallbore Rifle and 3 Position Smallbore Rifle. While the pair’s results in air rifle and position rifle were a bit lackluster for their expectations, the girls showed their talent in the Women’s Prone competition. June 27th and 28th were the Women’s Smallbore Prone Championship, which is shot while lying flat on the ground, usually on top of a shooting mat. Despite the occasional “flyer,” both girls maintained very centered shot groups and a fair X count. The prone events are scored with decimal scoring, where the maximum score on a single shot is 10.9 and a 10.3 or higher qualifies as an X. Bailey placed 23rd overall and 3rd in the “B” class with a two-day aggregate of 1210.0. Elizabeth finished 9th overall as the highest J2 and the 3rd place finisher in the “A” class with a total of 1228.8. As an additional note, fellow New Hampshire shooter Tobin Sanctuary from the Ferry Brook Junior Rifle Team in Keene, NH placed 2nd in the Men’s “B” class with a final score of 1221.4.

The pair will also be competing in the NRA National Smallbore Rifle Matches, held at Chief Wa Ke De Range in Bristol, IN during the month of July in several more position and prone events, including both individual and team matches. This is the final match of the 2015 outdoor season for the Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team.

Posted 08/14/2015

Bailey Urbach heading to Ohio State University

Article by Bill Dutton.



Hudson Fish and Game Junior Rifle Team Captain Bailey Urbach will be starting the next important chapter of her life. Bailey has been accepted at The Ohio State University and will shoot on the OSU’s nationally ranked Division I rifle team!

Bailey exemplifies leadership and sportsmanship in a student-athlete. She’s been a shining example of how hard work can accomplish anything. She’s been a member of the team for over 5 years and has many accomplishments including multiple State Championships, 12 National Records, Brownells/NRA Outstanding Achievements Youth Award, Civilian Marksmanship Program scholarship award, NRA/Winchester Distinguished Rifleman award and competed in the National Junior Olympics in 2014.

Bailey is also a certified NRA/USA Shooting Level 1 Rifle coach. She’s volunteered on her free time to coach many of her younger teammates on the HFGJRT throughout the indoor season. Bailey also volunteered as a Math tutor at Presentation of Mary Academy.

Bailey is not only a decorated athlete; she’s also a high honors student who graduated from Hudson’s Alvirne High School this June. She has received scholarships from the Hudson Lions Club, Johnathan P. Gove Memorial Scholarship, Supreme Emblem Club of the USA (as well as the NH and Nashua Emblem Club) Scholarship Award. She was a leader in her own right as Student Council Vice President in 2014-2015, and National Technical Honor Society Co-President in 2014-2015.

Bailey will be competing in the USA Shooting National Air and Smallbore Rifle Championships at Ft Benning, GA from June 23-June 30. After Benning, Bailey will be travelling to Bristol IN to compete in the NRA National Smallbore Rifle Championships from July 9 to July 22.

We at the Hudson Fish and Game Club are proud of Bailey and wish her all the best in her future.

(Pictured with Bailey are future OSU teammates Mark Matheny and Brendan Whitaker)

Bailey Mark Brendan

Posted 07/23/2015

NRA NH Conventional Three Position State and Regional Championship

Submitted by Bailey Urbach:

Saturday, May 23 was a bright day for a shooting match as the Hudson Fish and Game Club would host its NRA NH Conventional Three Position State and Regional Championship. This match saw seven classified masters, competitors from five states including Massachusetts, Delaware, New Jersey, Rhode Island, and New Hampshire, as well as five current and incoming freshman NCAA athletes for three Division I schools: The Ohio State University, University of Kentucky, and the United States Military Academy. As always, however, there would be only one match winner.

Brian Jylkka of Hudson started strong, with the only perfect 400/400 of the prone stage of the match. However, it was not enough to keep the lead for the rest of the match. In the end, Brendan Whitaker of the Taunton Marksmanship Unit and future member of The Ohio State University Rifle Team would be victorious with a score of 1185-46x. Just behind Brendan, earning the silver medallion, was Billy Azzinaro of the University of Kentucky Rifle Team with a score of 1183-57x. Ruby Gomes of the Taunton Marksmanship Unit took the bronze medallion with a score of 1180-59x and the only 200/200 during the kneeling stage of the match. State Champion was Elizabeth Dutton of the Hudson F&G Junior Rifle Team with her score of 1177-55x, while Andrew Solomonides of the Ferrybrook Junior Shooters and future member of the U.S. Military Academy Rifle Team earned the Junior State Champion title with his score of 1167-37x.

In the Class and Category awards, awards were given for the High Master, High Sharpshooter, High Marksman, High Woman, High Junior (ages 18-21), the top three Intermediate Juniors (ages 15-17), and High Subjunior (age 14 and under). High Master went to Brian Jylkka with his score of 1173-49x, while High Sharpshooter and High Marksman went to Liana Squeglia with her score of 1125-24x and Joey Wilson of the FBJS with his score of 1155-37x, respectively. Bailey Urbach of the HFGJRT and future member of The Ohio State University Rifle Team earned High Woman with her score of 1166-55x. Receiving the High Junior Award was current member of The Ohio State University Rifle Team Mark Matheny with his score of 1176-47x. Alex Muzzioli was awarded the High Intermediate Junior award for his score of 1161-47x, followed by Matt Lazarski of the Hanson (MA) Hornets Junior Rifle Team with a score of 1152-37x and Hunter Lang of the Ferry Brook Juniors with a score of 1149-43x for second and third place Intermediate Junior, respectively. Lastly was High Subjunior Ricky Miller of the Hanson Hornets with his score of 1162-41x. The Hudson Fish and Game Club will host its last home match of the outdoor season, the NRA NH Metric Three Position State and Regional Championship, on June 13th.


Brendan - Gold Medal Winner
Brendan


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Billy,Liana,Elizabeth,Bailey,Mark,Ruby,Brendan

Posted 06/16/2015

2015 NH NRA Conventional Prone State and Regional Championship

Story by Bailey Urbach.

On Saturday, May 2, the Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team hosted the NH NRA Conventional Prone State and Regional Championship to open its outdoor competitive shooting season. Several seasoned prone shooters such as Bob Lynn and HFG Junior Rifle alum and coach Brian Jylkka were in attendance, vying for the state champion title and regional medallions.

HFG Junior Rifle Team Captain and future member of The Ohio State University rifle team Bailey Urbach started the match with the high scores of the 50 yard match and the 50 meter match, also posting the only 400/400 of the meter match. Just behind for each of these matches was Jylkka, who in turn was the high scorer of the Dewar (one 50 yd target and one 100 yd target) match and 100 yard match with the only 400/400 for each. The two competitors found themselves in a tie for points by the final target, which brought the scores down to X count (a smaller ring within the 10 ring) for a tiebreaker. In the end, Urbach was victorious with a 1596/1600 with 113x to Jylkka’s 1596/1600 with 110x, earning her the State Champion title and gold regional medallion and him the silver regional medallion. Bob Lynn took the bronze regional medallion with his score of 1587-81x.

The Junior State Champion title went to Ferrybrook Junior Shooter Hunter Lang with his score of 1586-84x. Classification and Category award winners include High Senior and High Expert/Sharpshooter Steve Roby (1581-75x), High Woman and High Marksman Liana Squeglia (1568-67x), High Intermediate Junior/Subjunior Ruby Gomes (1567-62x), 2nd Intermediate Junior/Subjunior Savannah “ZuZu” Demetrius (1539-52x), and High Master Robert Andreozzi (1510-38x). As an additional note, Squeglia shot her first 200/200 during this match for a personal best. Upcoming matches for the Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team include the NH NRA Metric Position and Conventional Position State and Regional Championships as well as the RI NRA Conventional Prone State and Regional Championship. Team members Bailey Urbach and Elizabeth Dutton will also be attending the USA Shooting National Championships and NRA Outdoor National Championships this summer.

Photos by Aileen Urbach.
Bob Lynn
Bob Lynn


Bailey Urbach
Bailey


Bailey Urbach and Hunter Lang
Bailey and Hunter


Bailey Urbach and Brian Jylkka
Bailey and Brian

Posted 5/19/2015

New Hampshire State Junior Olympic Rifle Championships: the smallbore rifle competition

Story and photos provided by Paul LaFerriere, Hudson Fish & Game ...

Saturday, January 24th marked the second half of the New Hampshire State Junior Olympic Rifle Championships: the smallbore rifle competition. Twenty-one junior shooters, thirteen young men and eight young women, turned up to compete for an invitation to the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center this April and May. An automatic invitation is earned one of two ways: winning the men’s or women’s state champion medal or shooting a Minimum Qualifying Score (MQS) out of 600. The smallbore rifle MQS for each competitor varies between men and women by age category, with this year’s being as follows: men and women age 18-20, 575; men age 15-17, 570; women age 15-17, 565; men age 14 and under, 550; women age 14 and under, 545.

The men’s competition started off with a tie in the kneeling position between Andrew Solomonides and Tobin Sanctuary, both of the Ferrybrook Junior Shooters. This tie was broken during the prone position, when Tobin gained a five point lead over Andrew. However, Andrew came out victorious in the end, earning the men’s state champion gold medal with a score of 552. Tobin earned the silver medal with a score of 546, and Joe Nikiforakis, a freshman at Norwich University and Ferrybrook Junior Shooter, took the bronze with his score of 522. Just behind Joe with scores of 521 and 519, respectively, were his teammates Hunter Lang and Joey Wilson. Joey was also the high-scoring 14 and under shooter of the match. Elizabeth Dutton of the Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team started the women’s competition with a three point lead over her teammate Bailey Urbach after kneeling. She kept her lead all throughout the match, while their teammate Victoria D’Amico crept up on Bailey after prone, now only two points behind second place. In the end, Elizabeth earned the women’s state champion gold medal with a score of 565, while Bailey earned the silver with a score of 553. Victoria took bronze with her score of 538.

Elizabeth and Andrew will represent New Hampshire at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships in both the smallbore and air rifle events, having earned the state champion gold medals in each event this year. The remaining competitors will await the announcement of invitations in early February to see if their scores made the cut for an at-large invitation by first round or late February to early March for an at-large invitation by second round.

Elizabeth Dutton (L) and Bailey Urbach (R)
ELIZABETH BAILEY

Posted 03/05/2015

USA Shooting State Junior Olympics - Air Rifle December 20, 2014

Story and photos provided by Bill Dutton...

‘Twas the Saturday before Christmas and across the line, not a shooter was stirring in hopes of a ten point nine. Saturday, December 20th was one of the two most important matches of the season for New Hampshire junior shooters: The air rifle portion of the USA Shooting State Junior Olympics, which serves as the tryout for the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships. The only ways to qualify are to earn the men’s or women’s state champion gold medal or to shoot an MQS, or minimum qualifying score. The qualifying score varies for each shooter, as men and women shoot 60 shots and 40 shots for score, respectively, and each age category has a different score. This year’s qualifying scores were as follows: men, age 18-20, 580/600; men, age 15-17, 575/600; men, age 14 and under, 560/600; women, age 18-20, 390/400; women, age 15-17, 385/400; and women, age 14 and under, 370/400.

The morning began with six of the seven young women shooting on the first relay, followed by six of the ten young men on the next, and a final relay with the remaining five competitors. In first place for women was Elizabeth Dutton, of the Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team, earning the women’s state representative invitation to the National Junior Olympics as the gold medalist and just three points shy of the MQS for her age group with a 382. The silver medal went to Bailey Urbach, also of the HFGJRT, who shot a 370. In third place was the bronze medal recipient Grace Hackler, of the Ferrybrook Junior Shooters (FBJS) with a score of 361.

For the men, the gold medal went to Andrew Solomonides, also of the FBJS, whose impressive score earned him the men’s state representative invitation and was also just three points shy of his MQS at 577. Tobin Sanctuary, of the FBJS, took home the silver medal for his score of 559, while his teammate Hunter Lang took home the bronze for his score of 552. Awards were also presented to the high-scoring J3 (14 and under) shooter in each event, with recipients being Olivia Beteau for women with a 314 and Joey Wilson for men with a 520; both shooters are members of the Ferrybrook Junior Shooters.

Elizabeth Dutton and Andrew Solomonides will represent New Hampshire at the National Junior Olympic Shooting Championships, which take place at the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center in April 2015, for having earned the state champion gold medals. The other competitors await the announcement of invitations in the early spring to see if they made the cut for a second round invitation. These invitations are awarded after the state representative and MQS automatic invitations to shooters who did not shoot their MQS, but were the next closest scorers in the nation in order to fill the range to capacity.

Elizabeth & Bailey
ELIZABETH BAILEY

L Hunter Lang & R Tobin Sanctuary
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Tobin & Andy
TOBIN ANDY

Tobin, Andy, Elizabeth, Bailey
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Victoria, Elizabeth, Bailey
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Posted 01/28/2015

2014 NH Pistol Championship

2014 New Hampshire State Pistol Championship with EIC Pistol Leg and Distinguished Revolver Match.

September 27-28 2014
Pelham Fish and Game Club

See the attached brochure for details.

Posted 09/09/2014

2014_Pistol_Championship.pdf2014_Pistol_Championship.pdf2014_Pistol_Championship.pdf

2013 GONH Rifle Team

2013 GONH Rifle Team

Rear Row Left to Right Shooting Members
Mark Millette, Dan Sales, Bill Booth, George Smith, David Lavoie & Brian Driscoll
Front Row Target Pullers   Randy Enger and  Ev Tate

See story attached below...
Posted 10/09/2013

2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf

2013 GONH Rattle Battle Team

2013 GONH Rattle Battle Team

Rear Row Left to Right
Mark Millette, Dan Sales, Bill Booth, Bob Greenwood, George Smith, Brian Driscoll, Charles Roberts and David Lavoie
Front Row   Randy Enger, Augustus Dunfey and  Ev Tate

See story attached below...
Posted 10/09/2013

2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf2013_GONH_State_High_Power_Rifle_Team_Report.pdf

2013 Gun Owners of New Hampshire Pistol Team

2013 State Pistol Team

Left to right: Gregg Parker, William Tierney, Mark Lindsley, Wayne Besaw (Coach), Bill Dutton, John McNally (Captain)

Posted 08/07/2013

Reposted 10/09/2013 with PDF Story

2013_GONH_Pistol_National_Match_results.pdf2013_GONH_Pistol_National_Match_results.pdf2013_GONH_Pistol_National_Match_results.pdf

2013 Whistler Boy Matches at camp Perry, Ohio

2013 Whistler Boy Teams

Left to right:
Bronze Team: Jarred Dassler, Coach Steve Hanscom, Bailey Urbach.  Silver Team: Andrew Solomonides, Coach Larry Parker Jr., Lacey Hamelin.  Gold Team: Joe Nikiforakis, Coach Dave Polonsky, Elizabeth Dutton.

 3rd Place Team

3rd Place team on stage receiving their awards

 The Camp Perry National Matches are held every year at Camp Perry, in Port Clinton, Ohio. It begins with two days of individual three position matches, and then a day of team three position matches. Next follows two days of prone individual matches, prone team matches, and then two more prone individual matches. One match on prone team day is the Whistler Boy. The Whistler Boy match is a juniors-only match comprised of five targets: a 50 yard prone, a 100 yard prone, another 50 yard prone, and then one standing and one kneeling 50 yard target. This year, the Gun Owners of New Hampshire sponsored three state representative teams. The Bronze Team was comprised of Bailey Urbach of Hudson and Jarred Dassler of Salem, coached by Steve Hanscom, placing 18th overall. Placing 15th overall was the Silver Team, made up of Andrew Solomonides of Gilsum and Lacey Hamelin of Keene, coached by Larry Parker, Jr.. The Gold Team, Elizabeth Dutton of Derry and Joe Nikiforakis of Swanzey, coached by Dave Polonsky, placed 5th overall and made a trip onstage as 3rd state association team.

 The other matches were full of accomplishments and awards for New Hampshire’s shooters. Elizabeth Dutton won first sub junior for the first day of three position, and Zachary Wambsganss of Hudson followed closely, placing second sub junior for the day. The two placed second and third sub junior for the three position two-day aggregate, respectively. Bailey Urbach won a total of 23 award points for the three position matches, placing 5th marksman in prone, 8th marksman in kneeling, and 8th marksman overall for the first day, 22nd marksman in prone on the second day, and 21st marksman for the two-day aggregate. Elizabeth Dutton also won 33 award points, 25 for placing 1st sub junior, 2 per position on the first day, placing 9th, 11th, and 19th marksman, and 2 for placing 6th in kneeling on the second day. Lacey Hamelin placed well in the marksman category in the matches, earning her 23 award points total, and Joe Nikiforakis earned himself 14 award points, placing several times in the more difficult sharpshooter category. The Hudson Junior Rifle shooters placed third sharpshooter team in the three position matches, earning each firing member 5 award points.

 In prone, there were no overall awards to be won, but the New Hampshire kids still competed well. Andrew Solomonides won 17 award points, placing well in the sharpshooter category. Joe won 5 award points for his shooting in the sharpshooter category. Elizabeth won herself 2 award points, and Bailey won 6 for her efforts. In addition, the Ferry Brook Junior Shooters Gold team, made up of Andrew Solomonides, Lacey Hamelin, Joe Nikiforakis, and Tobin Sanctuary, coached by Larry Parker, Jr., placed second Junior team overall in the metallic sights team match, earning each firing member 9 award points. In total, New Hampshire brought home many awards. One plaque, five medals, and a large sum of 179 award points made up the combined total of awards won by New Hampshire shooters, thus ending an extremely successful Camp Perry and outdoor season.

Bailey Urbach, Hudson shooter and Bronze team member

Posted 08/24/2013

Congratulations

Congratulations to George Gurick for winning the National Garand Championship Senior Trophy.
George took 4th place over all 1108 competitors with a score of 291-3.
The first place score was only 1 point away at 292-11.

Full results of all 2013 Nation Match events are available here.

Posted 08/07/2013

The Hudson Junior Rifle Team Wants New Members

The Hudson Fish and Game Club, NH Junior Rifle Team has SIX openings available for juniors, age 12 or more, for the upcoming year. This is a competitive paper target shooting program. The new members become part of the Team who currently hold individual and team State and National titles.
Read more in the attachment below...

Wednesday Posted 08/07/2013

HFG_Junior_Rifle_Openings_2013.pdfHFG_Junior_Rifle_Openings_2013.pdfHFG_Junior_Rifle_Openings_2013.pdf

Junior Rifle Clinic

The Hudson Fish and Game Club Junior Rifle Team will be holding a 2 day smallbore rifle clinic for club member’s children. Ages 8 to 18 are welcome. Spots are limited so sign up early (limit 14 people).
See flyer attached below.
Wednesday Posted 08/07/2013

HFG_SB_RIFLE_CLINIC.pdfHFG_SB_RIFLE_CLINIC.pdfHFG_SB_RIFLE_CLINIC.pdf

USA Shooting National Junior Olympics

"Back in December of 2012, juniors from around the state competed in the USA Shooting National Junior Olympic New Hampshire State qualifiers for Women’s and Men’s Air Rifle and Smallbore Rifle.  Entries for this match are limited to residents of New Hampshire and based on their scores and age categories, some received invitations to compete in the National Junior Olympics at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs, CO."

Read the full article by Bill Dutton... attached below:

Posted 06/12/2013

2013_National_Junior_Olympics.pdf2013_National_Junior_Olympics.pdf2013_National_Junior_Olympics.pdf

2013 State Garand Championship

Saturday, June 22, 2013
Cheshire County Fish & Game Club Range, 19 Ferry Brook Rd, Keene, NH

Program is attached below.

Posted 06/03/2013

 

2013_State_Garand_Champs.pdf2013_State_Garand_Champs.pdf2013_State_Garand_Champs.pdf

2013 NH / CCF&G Whistler Boy Team Tryouts MAY 11

Saturday May 11th
Cheshire County Fish & Game Club Range, 19 Ferry Brook Rd, Keene, NH

Ladies & Gentlemen. Here is the Program for our annual Spring CMP Prone Match AND TRYOUTS for Whistler Boy Teams. Mr Gurick advises me that Gun Owners of NH will again sponsor 3 Smallbore Whistler Boy Teams (6 NH Junior Shooters) at the 2013 National Matches. This match is the event to earn one of those 6 spots and open to ALL Junior (age 10-20) Residents of NH.
We will run as many relays as needed.

Thank you, Larry Parker Sr

Program attached below.

Posted 4/10/2013

2013_CMP_WB_Bulletin.pdf2013_CMP_WB_Bulletin.pdf2013_CMP_WB_Bulletin.pdf

Service Rifle Clinics

The Shooting Sports Committee of Gun Owners of New Hampshire is pleased to announce its' eighth year of training clinics.

The clinics will be held on 27 April at Sunset Mountain Fish and Game, Cantebury, NH and 11 May at Pemigewasset Valley Fish and Game, Holderness, NH.

The clinics and record firing are open to all persons twelve years of age and over.

See the clinic program attached below.

Posted 03/06/2013 Updated 4/7/2013

TRAVELING_SERVICE_RIFLE_CLINIC_2013.pdfTRAVELING_SERVICE_RIFLE_CLINIC_2013.pdfTRAVELING_SERVICE_RIFLE_CLINIC_2013.pdf

2013 Smallbore Championship Matches

2013 New Hampshire NRA Outdoor Conventional 3 Position Smallbore Regional and State Championship

Date:     Sat, June 8, 2013
Location: Hudson Fish & Game Club
Contact:  Keith Jylkka (
kjylkka@gmail.com)

Hudson Fish and Game Club
53 Pine Rd.
Hudson, NH  03051

2013 New Hampshire NRA Outdoor Conventional Prone Smallbore Regional and State Championship

Date:     Sat, April 27, 2013
Location: Hudson Fish & Game Club
Contact:  William Dutton (
bill@williamdutton.com)

Hudson Fish and Game Club
53 Pine Rd.
Hudson, NH  03051


2013 New Hampshire NRA Outdoor Metric 3 Position Smallbore Regional and State Championship

Date:     Sat, June 15, 2013
Location: Hudson Fish & Game Club 
Contact:  Keith Jylkka (
kjylkka@gmail.com)

Hudson Fish and Game Club
53 Pine Rd.
Hudson, NH  03051


2013 New Hampshire NRA Outdoor Metric Prone Smallbore Regional and State Championship

Date:     Sat, May 18, 2013
Hudson Fish & Game Club
Contact:  William Dutton (
bill@williamdutton.com)

Hudson Fish and Game Club
53 Pine Rd.
Hudson, NH  03051

 

 


 

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