Week 7 of the Virginia Youth Trapshooting League (VYTL) ended on 5/10/15 with 32 youth trap shooters competing at Winchester Gun Club, IWLA – Arlington Fairfax, and IWLA – Lynchburg. With the completion of this week, the VYTL season came to a close. We believe the first season was a big success as 41 different youth shooters had the opportunity to compete against their peers in Virginia.
Some quick facts about the season:
Congratulations to the overall and category champions listed below!
League Champion: Steven Keating 93.33 (JR-Frederick County 4-H)
League Runner Up: Camden Newlin 92.67 (SJR – Frederick County 4-H)
Pre Sub Jr
Champion: Ashton Pitcock 73.00 (Frederick County 4-H)
Runner Up: Ryan Marsh 72.33 (IWLA-FC)
Third: Dannie Wilson 53.33 (Frederick County 4-H)
Champion: Brandon McDonald 89.33 (Frederick County 4-H)
Runner Up: Nick Sarmanian 86.67 (IWLA-ARLFX)
Third: Rylie Pennell 85.67 (IWLA-ARLFX)
Fourth: Austin Asbury 84.67 (IWLA-FC)
Fifth: Hunter Shoemaker 84.67 (Frederick County 4-H)
Champion: Robert Judy 91.67 (Frederick County 4-H)
Runner Up: Dylan Wood 88.33(IWLA-FC)
Third: Trevor Goin 81.67 (Appotmattox)
Fourth: Robert Dondero 75.00 (Frederick County 4-H)
Fifth: Anthony Josh 63.33 (Appomattox)
The Week 7 High Guns in each category are as follows:
Junior: Robert Judy 48 (Frederick County 4-H), Doug Williams 48 (Little North Mountain), and Steven Keating 47 (Frederick County 4-H).
Sub-Junior: Brandon McDonald 47 (Frederick County 4-H), Camden Newlin 45 (Frederick County 4-H), and Hunter Shoemaker 44 (Frederick County 4-H).
Pre-Sub Junior: Ashton Pitcock 42 (Frederick County 4-H) and Ryan Marsh 39 (IWLA-FC).
About the Virginia Youth Trapshooting League:
The VYTL is a 7 week competition with each shooter’s best 6 scores counting towards end of season awards and bragging rights. Shooting will continue through May 10th with the season culminating on May 16th at the Virginia AIM Trap Shooting Championships in Lynchburg, VA.
A newly formed high school trap shooting league for any shooters up to 22 years of age, shooters from throughout Virginia were able to compete at their local clubs and have their scores compiled with their peers from other parts of the state. This new format is very exciting and gives each participant a way to test their skills against a larger than normal pool of competitors each week.
For the final results, check out this sheet: VYTL Weekly Results – adj VYTL-4