The Winter Skeet League third 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The Winter Skeet League second 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The Winter Skeet League is well under way and the first 100 scores have been posted. Head on over the the 2019 Winter Skeet League page to view or download the scores.
The number of teams keeps climbing and with a little luck, we may surpass last year. If you haven’t signed up yet, you still have until January 20th to sign up and get your 1st 100 birds in. If you sign up and miss a round in the 1st 100, your missed scores will be the league average minus 2 birds.
It looks like we’ll have 4 divisions again this year. There’s been an increase in new names and faces so if you’re a new shooter, look me up at the club. I’d like to meet and talk to every shooter. It looks like the Women’s Division and Junior Division has some new shooters also. So don’t put off signing up for the league, even if you’re a single shooter we can get you onto a team. And don’t worry about your scores. All shooters get a handicap and the divisions.
Winter Skeet League begins shooting for scores on Jan. 3rd. Grab your friends and join us. The league is with teams of 3 shooters. If you are a guy shy of 3, we will fill your team. If you’re by yourself, we’ll find you a team.
No excuses, come on out!
The time is here to start getting your teams together for the 2019 Winter Skeet League. Details on the league will be posted around the clubhouse, on the website (BWSA.club) and on the Facebook page. Stop by the club to shoot a few practice rounds and ask any questions you may have. I’m usually at the club on shooting days.
This year the league fee will be $45 and $20 for junior shooters under 18, same as last year. Rounds will cost $4 for members and $6 for non-members when you add rounds to your card.
For non-members, you can join the club in December for $95 ($70 for a membership until July & a $25 application fee). Single shooters are welcome. We’ll find a team for you to join. If you’re short a shooter, don’t worry, we can fill you in with someone looking for a team. And we’re always looking female shooters. So, if you have a wife, girlfriend daughter or granddaughter, bring them out. We need to give Ainsley Colman some competition this year.
[THE POSITION HAS BEEN FILLED – APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED]
Cashier during all shotgun hours.
Maintain accurate accounting for the day
Load Target System cards for shooters
Sundays 9:00 am – 4:30 pm and Thursdays 12:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Pay is hourly $10.00 per hour.
Paid training will be provided
Fill out job application and email to bluewatersportsmansassociation
Drop off/mail to BWSA 4866 Ravenswood Rd Kimball, MI 48074
We’re having a great summer and for the most part the weather has cooperated with us.
The ATA shoots are bringing in new and old faces. This year we hosted the Michigan Zone 4 shoot and the Central
Zone shoot again.
The Shotgun Summer Games are heating up. John Hyde has pulled out in front in the 12/20-gauge skeet and sub-gauge skeet has Paul Robbins out of no where take the lead. Jim Spiroff is leading in skeet doubles so far, but that may not last long as there are a few challengers on his tail. Buddy back up has new teams joining, so it’s anyone’s game right now. The 5-stand game has only a 2-bird difference between 1st and 2nd place right now, this is getting very interesting. In East vs West the West is winning by a landslide as East hasn’t had anyone represent them. Trap shooters you are needed to represent your team.
There is still time to come out and join our Summer games. It’s $10.00 per game plus the cost of birds. Members and guests are all welcome to come join us. The banquet will be Saturday, August 25, 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm.
We had a great turnout in spite of the cold windy weather and a good time was had by all.
The shooting games were a big success as always. Thanks to Jim Spiroff, Bob Johnson, Steve Tabacco, Karl Schuknecht and all our pullers who braved the elements all afternoon and insured our shooters enjoyed all the shooting games. The office staff of Tamara and Ed Allbaugh, and Don Morgan made sure the clubhouse and fields were all set up for us. Thanks guys.
The 4 division winning teams shot off in typical winter league weather. White Division shooters John Hyde, Zach Stone and Sean Kennedy picked a good day step up their game and take the overall league championship. John shot 25 straight. Sean had a respectable round. And Zach Stone, who broke his foot a few days earlier, shot an astounding 23 on one leg while kneeling on a rolling walker.
Individual Shooting awards were:
- Men’s Hi Gun – Paul Robbins
- Lady’s Hi Gun – Ainsley Coleman
- Junior Hi Gun – Braden Ingles
- Most Straights – Skip Hyde
- Best Skeet League Trap Shooter – Gerald Whiting
- Most Improved – Ryan Onafrek
The highlight of the banquet had to be the meal. This year I had it catered by Village Café of Richmond. George and Maria did a fantastic job from set up to clean up and I only heard high praise for their meal from the guys I talked to. I highly recommend them if any of you need to have an event catered. Their business cards are on the bulletin board and Tamara has a few in the office.
Stop by the club this summer guys. There’s a lot of shooting events happening this year. “Like” the Facebook page and you’ll automatically get announcements from the club. And with that, I officially close out the 2018 Winter Skeet League. Thanks to everyone who pitched in and helped me throughout the year. I had so much fun this year, I think I’ll do it again next year. Shoot straight, shoot often and brass to the back.
Beautiful spring weather welcomed the opening of our new Promatic 5 stand yesterday.