Brooklyn Sportsman's Club
Sporting Clays Results
HAPPY 80th BIRTHDAY JOHN SHARP!
High Score Draw Pot 1 28
Carmi McRobert - 45 No Winner
Second Draw Pot 2 26
Paul Rausch - 44 John Sharp
Third Mystery #9
Terry Watts 41 Dave Tamagne
Total Shooters: 19
Total Rounds: 23
Low 19 Free Round Winner
Avg 34 John Sharp
BSC was well represented at the Ryan Rocks charity USPSA match this weekend.
Greg Panzl took 1st place open division A class.
Walt Paegel took 1st place open division C class.
Svetlana Paegel took 2nd place lady Limited division.
Jim Warren took 1st place production division C class.
Mike Olson took 2nd place production division C class.
BSC Shooters Leave Mark at Michigan State National Sporting Clays Championship at Bald Mountain
On a diverse weather weekend Mother Nature threw every kind of conditions in her bag of tricks to trip up the shooters at the NSCA state shoot. We saw everything from driving rain to sunshine to tropical type humidity to wind storms. Unfortunately, it didn’t work as Brooklyn Sportsmans Club shooters persevered.
Master class shooter Carmi McRobert took home 4th place in the main event and 1st place veteran class.
AA class shooter Barry Williams finished 1st in class 20ga., 28ga. and 410 Sub gauge events.
A class shooter Ray Garrow finished 1st in class 20ga.and high overall gun in 410 Sub gauge event.
B class shooter Matt Little took high overall gun in class for the Friday preliminary event and the main event.
C class shooter Neal Bauder took home high overall gun in class for the main event.
Good job guys and keep up the hard work as the shooting season progresses!
Brooklyn Sportsman’s club is proud to welcome Leapers UTG as a sponsor for the 2015 Michigan state IDPA championship. Leapers UTG headquartered in Michigan, has been in the business of supplying shooting, hunting and outdoor gear since 1992. Leapers UTG sets un-compromised high standards for all business operations. With a focus on making the best-in-class niche products available for hunting, shooting and outdoor enthusiasts like you. http://www.leapers.com/
Arthur Jack Hill, age 77, of Tecumseh passed away on May 18, 2015 with his loving family by his side at Hospice of Lenawee. Jack was born on September 7, 1937 in Clinton Township, Michigan to Arthur L. and Lucile K. (Jedele) Hill. On September 22, 1956 he married Judy Fairbanks at the Methodist Church in Tecumseh and they shared 58 loving years together. Jack graduated from Clinton High School and Eastern Michigan University with a Degree in Business. He served his country for 8 years in the Naval Reserve. Jack retired from Ford Motor Company in Saline after 25 years as a Supervisor. He was a member of the Britton Congregational Church, 32 degree mason and life member of the Masonic Lodge # 175 of Clinton, life member of the NRA, member of the Brooklyn Sportsman Club, Lenawee Conservation League, and Level II NSCA shooting Instructor. Jack taught many girls, boys, men and women shooting sports including an Olympian and junior Olympians. His love of shotguns, bird dogs, family and friends led him from the prairies of South Dakota to the duck marshes of Ontario. Jack and his family built a cottage in Grayling 40 years ago and spent many years with family and friends there.
Jack is survived by his wife, Judy, children, Scott (Cindy) Hill of Tecumseh and Laurie (Jeff) Osterhout of Britton, grandchildren, Emmy Hill, Jenny Hill, Jessie Osterhout and fiancé Jack Koch, sister, Betty (Dan) Gilleylen of Missouri, nephew Gary (Katie) Fairbanks of Tecumseh, and many nieces, nephews and dear friends. He is preceded in death by his parents and sister Joanne Henrich.
Visitation for Jack will be held onat Gloria Dei Lutheran Church in Tecumseh from and . Funeral service will be at the church with visitation from until the time of the service.Private burial will follow at Brookside Cemetery in Tecumseh. Memorial contributions in honor of Jack may be made to, Britton Congregational Church, Hospice of Lenawee, Lenawee Conservation Club for the youth shotgun sports fund.
Sub-Gauge Fun Shoot
April 25, 2015
Yeah, that’s right! The sub-gaugers are taking over the course set-up for this day. All year long we shoot your 40 and 50 yard crossers with our .410’s, 28ga.’s, and 20ga.’s. Now we’re going to have our revenge! So dig out your sub-gauge tube sets, dust off your dainty doubles, and bring your bunny busters down to the course because we’re going to have some fun!
1st round - $20.00 ($22.00 for non-members)
Each additional round - $15.00 ($19.00 for non-members)
Youth (16yrs and under) - $5.00 per round (but no entry into the Modified Lewis Class)
Your entry fee automatically gets you entered into a $5 Modified Lewis Class contest with payouts in each gauge (20ga., 28ga., and .410).
For those of you wishing to shoot 12ga., the prices and games ( Lewis Class, mystery station, draw pots, etc…) will be the same as always. Those of you shooting the sub-gauge event have the option to pay $3.00 more and get into the games (mystery station, draw pots, etc…) as well.
Registration open 8am till 2pm.
By the way, it would be a great day to bring your kids or grandkids!
475 Monroe Street, Brooklyn, MI 49230 More Info call: 517-263-2527
BSC has received a donation of 600 trees from the U.S. Dept. of agriculture and the Michigan dept. of agriculture. We need your help getting these trees planted on the new range. The planting party will be held on April 26th starting at 9 am. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
Brooklyn Sportsman’s club is proud to welcome Ann Arbor Arms (A3) as a Gold sponsor for the 2015 Michigan state IDPA championship. Ann Arbor Arms (A3) is a family owned business that was created out of the enthusiasm and passion for shooting sports, coupled with the love and concern for protection and wellbeing of friends and family. Ann Arbor Arms (A3) is a radically new concept in firearms and personal defense — a gun shop that is clean, professional, and welcoming. Whether you're looking for a handgun, rifle, a firearms accessory, or that specialized item for home defense like a taser or pepper spray. http://www.annarborarms.com/ https://www.facebook.com/AnnArborArms