Thirty-five students from the Ascension Parish 4-H Shooting Sports Club competed at the East Baton Rouge 4-H Shooting Sports Club’s Feb. 27 match in Baton Rouge.
Competition categories were shotgun, air pistol, BB, archery and air rifle, in two age groups — the junior division, ages 9 to 12, and senior division, 13 to 19.
The following students placed in junior air rifle: James Daigle, second place; Corrie Savoy, third; Tyler Schexnaydre, seventh; Chase Jarreau, 11th; and Gage Godchaux, 12th. Senior air rifle: Cameron Braud, first. Junior air pistol: Alex Rodrigue, fourth; Jaxon Swanson, eighth; Kate Swanson, 13th; and Camden Womack, 16th.
Junior shotgun: Isabella Schexnaydre, 11th. Senior shotgun; Ben Babineaux, sixth; Cameron Braud, seventh; Mary Abshire, 10th; Matthew Abshire, 11th; Justin Schexnaydre, 12th; and Austin Arecenaux, 17th.
BB: James Daigle, fourth; Kinslei Scrogs, 13th; Grant Marquis, 19th; Ayden Fatherree, 22nd; Aidan Cole, 23rd; Katie Swanson, 29th; McCullen Pearce, 30th; Jaxon Swanson, 31st; Camden Womack, 33rd; and Mason Pearce, 38th.
Junior compound (archery): Colby Schexnaydre, second; Samuel Milazzo, third; Ryder Babin, 13th; Mason Rouyea, 16th; and Kendal Waguespack, 17th.
Junior genesis: Toby Templet, third, and Ashton Reider, eighth.
Senior compound: Matthew Landry, seventh, and Laci Trujillo, 15th.
Junior compound, 12-13 years old: Alex Milazzo, first; Sean Turner, second; and Chase Jarreau, 11th.
The goal of the 4-H Shooting Sports youth development program was established in 1978.
For information about becoming a member, call the 4-H office at (225) 621-5799.