Hudson, Burnett top JGC monthly match

The April 13 trap shooters, left to right: Jerry Godkin, Pete Hudson, Dennis Travis, Bud Burnett, Fred Bergandner, Jay Davis and Mal Menzies.

Last weekend, the Juneau Gun Club held its regular monthly registered match. For this month’s shoot, it was an Amateur Trapshooting Association event with Pacific International Trapshooter Association crossover permitted.

Participants enjoyed nearly-clear skies with moderate to light winds. Temperatures ranged from freezing at the start of the event, to a near record 50 degrees F for the closing shots. According to a release from the club, having sun for the first time in months blinded some of the seven participants.

Scores for the event were:

SINGLES (7 entries):

Class A: Pete Hudson, 95/100, winner.

Class B: Bud Burnett, 96/100, winner; Jay Davis, 94/100; Mal Menzies, 89/100.

Class C: Fred Bergandner, 89/100 winner; Dennis Travis, 88/100 and Jerry Godkin, 75/100.

HANDICAP (6 entries):

Short yardage: Bud Burnett, 89/100 winner; Fred Bergandner, 80/100; Dennis Travis, 79/100 and Jerry Godkin, 67/100.

Mid Yardage; Pete Hudson, 86/100, winner; Mal Menzies, 75/100.

DOUBLES, (7 entries):

B Class: Jay Davis, 91/100, winner; Pete Hudson, 85/100.

D Class: Mal Menzies, 78/100, winner; Fred Bergandner, 74/100; Bud Burnett, 71/100; Dennis Travis, 67/100 and Jerry Godkin, 62/100.

High Overall Winner: Pete Hudson, 266/300. Runner-up, Bud Burnett, 256/300.


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