FFA Sporting Clays State Championship Results

by Ed Godfrey Published: November 17, 2013
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FFA Sporting Clays State Championship

Junior Division Team Results

1, Altus (Ben Brown, Nevin Lawson, Dominick Nasluchacz, Josh Hurst); 2, Cushing; 3, Stilwell; 4, Boone-Apache; 5, Blackwell; 6, Durant; 7, Woodward; 8, Okarche; 9, Broken Bow; 10, Glencoe; 11, Luther; 12, Blair; 13, Vinita, 14, Sand Springs; 15, Spiro; 16, Calera; 17, Noble; 18, Seiling; 19, Warner; 10, Geronimo.

Junior Individual Results

1, Ben Brown, Altus; 2, Dax Pippens, Bluejacket; 3, John Shelton, Durant; 4, Nevin Lawson, Altus; 5, Wyatt Sheets, Stilwell; 6, Robert Einsting, Okarche; 7, Jake Holman, Luther; 8, Austin Vale, Boone Apache; 9, Kyle Dowd, Achille; 10, Aaron Hicks, Calera.

Senior Division Team Results

1, Hydro-Eakley (Terrin Fontenot, Reece Harvey, Dayton King, Destry Christensen); 2, Blackwell; 3, Spiro; 4, Noble; 5, Stilwell; 6, Canute; 7, Eagletown; 8, Cushing; 9, Boone-Apache; 10, Eufaula; 11, Blair; 12, Dickson; 13, Fort Supply; 14, Norman; 15, Durant; 16, Arnett; 17, Rock Creek; 18, Porum; 19, Texhoma; 20, Webbers Falls.

Senior Individual Results

1, Tyler Fletcher, Stillwell; 2, Austin Turner, Dickson; 3, Wade Kiser, Blackwell; 4, Garrett Robertson, Erick; 5, Zachary Stafford, Eagletown; 6, Terrin Fontenot, Hydro-Eakley; 7, Reece Harvey, Hydro-Eakley; 8, David Webee, Fort Supply; 9, Britton Warnke, Canute; 10, Tyler Tune, Arnett; 11, Easton Eckhardt, Webbers Falls; 12, Clayton Lessert, Blackwell; 13, Westin Tarp, Noble; 14, Wyatt Oestman, Cushing.

by Ed Godfrey
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Ed Godfrey was born in Muskogee and raised in Stigler. He has worked at The Oklahoman for 25 years. During that time, he has worked a myriad of beats for The Oklahoman including both the federal and county courthouse in Oklahoma City for more...
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