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Tennessee National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships Delegation

2019 Tennessee National 4-H Shooting Sports Delegation

Ten Tennessee 4-H members competed in the National 4-H Shooting Sports Championships as a member of the Tennessee State 4-H Team. The national competition was held on June 23 – 28, 2019, in Grand Island, Nebraska. Tennessee 4-H youth competed in the disciplines of Air Rifle, Compound Archery, Recurve Archery, and Shotgun. More than 650 youth from forty-one states participated in this National 4-H event.

All of the results can be found on the Nebraska 4-H Shooting Sports National website.

The members and adult coaches of the team are:

  • Air Rifle
    • Ben Eley – Bedford County – Coach
      • Chance Phillips – Bedford County – Competitor
  • Recurve Archery
    • Clint Parker – Sumner County – Coach
      • Jordan Ossman – Hamilton County – Competitor
      • Austin Parker – Sumner County – Competitor
      • Kyeler Penick – Weakley County – Competitor
      • Hunter Tuttle – Sumner County – Competitor
  • Compound Archery
    • Aaron Spurling – Rhea County – Coach
      • Andy Davis – Hawkins County – Competitor
      • Riley Young – Rhea County – Competitor
  • Shotgun
    • Scott Sisk – Moore County – Coach
      • Lacie Bohanan – Hancock County – Competitor
      • Hunter Curland – Henderson County – Competitor
      • Michael Sisk – Moore County – Competitor
  • State Coordinator
    • Scott Reese – State