On May 8, the SLSC grounds and ranges reopened after a 5-week shutdown. We are still operating under COVID-19 safety guidelines and the current operating rules are posted as you swipe in and at each of the ranges and on the website under the COVID-19 Info page. Most significant is the limit of 10 persons on the range. These restrictions may lesson as we progress to full operation. The board will notify members of any changes as they occur. The board is also looking into rehosting events. Watch the calendar and your email for event announcements.
SANNER'S LAKE SPORTSMEN'S CLUB
This year was the 5th annual Toys for Tots event. The SLSC USPSA program partnered up with the Marine Corps League Det 1305 to successfully raise over $7,500 for the community. For the main three gun event, we saw over 150 shooters come out and support this very worthwhile event. The overall match champion was Shaun Hopkins, top shotgun goes to our aquatics director Kevin Stone, top pistol shooter was Steve Thomas, and top rifle went to the co-director Jared Wood. Small Team (max 4 people) went to Team Flat Broke Shooters (Steve Thomas, Cindi Thomas, Chris Viverette (our Pistol Director and Co-Match Director) and Jared Wood). The Large team winners were full of SLSC members from Alcohol and Gunpowder, Kevin Stone, Todd Dilliard, Mike Haskin, Scott Boas, Harry Bowling, Dave Kwitowski, and Korey Smith. Individual results are available here: https://practiscore.com/results/new/aff1ed1d-81ee-40e2-8c0b-7033925b9b90
The .22 pistol plate rack side match saw 63 competitors give the M&P .22 pistol a run. The winner was Steve Thomas with a time of 2.31 seconds with all six plates dropped. Results can be viewed on https://practiscore.com/results/new/51f14971-a57c-4221-976f-8b42d7da2366
The Texas Star side match was yet again a huge hit with the crowd. 71 people gave the Mossberg 590 a run for bragging rights as the top shot. Yet again, Joe Maida held on to his hold at the top with a impressive run of 2.89 seconds with all plates knocked off the star. Results for this side match can be viewed on https://practiscore.com/results/new/cbd47698-6a86-42be-aae6-1c825aee3923
This year teams will compete for top honors in two categories - Small Team and Large Team divisions.
For both divisions: All scores will be used and averaged for a total team score. Equal weight to each person's score. Each team competitor must complete all three stages of the main match. Incomplete scores will be dropped. Side matches are not part of the team competition.
Put together your team and choose a team name. At the event there will be a team sign in sheet. Find your team and add your name or if you are the first on your team simply add your team.
All competitors must declare the team they are shooting for PRIOR to shooting. Competitors may participate on more than one team if they shoot more than once and declare which team they are shooting for PRIOR to shooting.
All team participants will also be included in the Individual competition without having to shoot specifically as an individual.
The 2016 Toys for Tots match was held 17-19 November. Another hugely successful event for the partnership between SLSC, USPSA program and the Marine Corps League Det 1305. We had over 170 people shoot the event. Lots of new shooters came out and had a great time. We had good help from Sanner's Lake Sportsmen's Club members that signed up and volunteered to work the event. On Saturday Southern Bobby-Q came out and provided food for the shooters and staff and donated to T4T as well. Numbers are still being tallied but we raised lots of money for the local community.
For the results:
Congratulations to Flat Broke Shooters for winning the Small Team competition. Their team consisted of Chris Viverette, Cindi Thomas, Steve Thomas and Jared Wood.
The Large Team top honors went to Alcohol to Gunpowder - Mike Haskin, Scott Boas, Kevin Stone, Todd Dillard and Harry Bowling.
For the 3-Gun Match Rodney Leeber took first place. He also won the Pistol and Shotgun Stage. Paul Sikora grabbed the top spot on the Rifle Stage.
The was some stiff competition on the 12 ga Shotgun Texas Star but in the end Joe Maida took top honors with a time of 3.54 sec.
At the .22LR Pistol Plate Rack, Chris Viverette held off the competition to snag first place with a time of 3.16 sec.
But of course, the biggest winners are all the kids that will get presents this holiday season due to everyone's generosity in supporting this event.
A compilation of all the results (approx 1 MB PDF file) can be downloaded here:
If you'd like to dive down into the results even more go to the practiscore links below.
Results for the main 3-gun event are posed here :
Results for the Texas Star Shotgun side match: https://practiscore.com/results/new/28579
Results for the .22 pistol vs. plate rack: https://practiscore.com/results/new/28580
Congratulations to all who won raffles guns. The winners have all been notified.
Hope to see everyone join us next year to shatter the record for funds raised. It's for the kids after all! :)