Florida’s Hernando County Youth WIN BIG at 2015 State of Florida 4-H Shooting Sports

Small Bore Rifle competition, hosted at Hernando Sportsman’s Club, Brooksville, FL

2015 Florida 4H Senior Smallbore Team Winners (L to R) - Marie Aguele, Miguel Reyes, Kyle Curabba
2015 Florida 4H Senior Smallbore Team Winners (L to R) – Marie Aguele, Miguel Reyes, Kyle Curabba
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Several Hernando County, FL -(Ammoland.com)- Several Hernando County youth recently won at the 2015 State of Florida 4-H Shooting Sports small bore rifle competition on March 7, hosted at the Hernando Sportsman’s Club in Brooksville, FL.

Winners from Hernando County, FL, included Victor Hili, Tyler Crossley, Faith Hughes, Miguel Reyes, Madison Prack, Hannah Prack, Kyle Curabba, Marie Aguele, and Cari Lovett. Victor Hili Victor Hili won 1st place as the overall winner and Tyler Crossley won 2nd place in the Individual competitions – Intermediate age division for the whole state of Florida.

Victor Hili, Tyler Crossley, and Faith Hughes won 1st place as a team for the Intermediate age division. Miguel Reyes won 1st place as the overall winner in the Individual competitions – Senior age division, with Kyle Curabba winning 2nd place, Hannah Prack winning 3rd place, and Madison Prack winning 4th place overall.

Kyle Curabba, Miguel Reyes, and Marie Aguele won 1st place as a team for the Senior age division.

2015 Florida 4-H Small Bore Rifle Competition Results include:

Victor Hili; 2015 Florida 4H Intermediate OVERALL 1st place winner
Victor Hili; 2015 Florida 4H Intermediate OVERALL 1st place winner

INTERMEDIATE Age Division (Ages 11-13)

3-Position competition:
  • 1st place – Victor Hili, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place – Tyler Crossley, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Faith Hughes, Hernando County, FL
CMP competition:
  • 1st place – Victor Hili, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place- Tyler Crossley, Hernando County, FL
Silhouettes competition:
  • 1st place – Victor Hili, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Tyler Crossley, Hernando County, FL

INTERMEDIATE SMALLBORE INDIVIDUAL OVERALL WINNER:

  • 1st place –Victor Hili, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place – Tyler Crossley, Hernando County, FL

INTERMEDIATE SMALLBORE TEAMS WINNERS:

  • 1st place TEAM – Hernando County, FL
    • Faith Hughes
    • Tyler Crossley
    • Victor Hili

SENIOR Age Division (Ages 14-18)

3-Position competition:
  • 1st place – Miguel Reyes, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place – Madison Prack, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Hannah Prack, Hernando County, FL
  • 4th place – Kyle Curabba, Hernando County, FL
CMP competition:
  • 1st place – Kyle Curabba, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place – Madison Prack, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Miguel Reyes, Hernando County, FL
  • 5th place – Hannah Prack, Hernando County, FL
Silhouettes competition:
  • 2nd place – Hannah Prack, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Kyle Curabba, Hernando County, FL

SENIOR SMALLBORE INDIVIDUAL OVERALL WINNER:

  • 1st place – Miguel Reyes, Hernando County, FL
  • 2nd place – Kyle Curabba, Hernando County, FL
  • 3rd place – Hannah Prack, Hernando County, FL
  • 4th place – Madison Prack, Hernando County, FL

SENIOR SMALL BORE TEAMS WINNERS:

  • 1st place TEAM– Hernando County, FL
    • Kyle Curabba
    • Marie Aguele
    • Miguel Reyes
  • 3rd place TEAM – Hernando County, FL
    • Cari Lovett
    • Hannah Prack
    • Madison Prack

Special thanks to the Hernando Sportsman’s Club, Hernando 4-H Coach Bob Bacon, and all the Florida 4-H parents for encouraging and supporting all the participants at the competition.

For more info about Florida 4-H shooting sports, please visit: http://florida4h.org/programsandevents_/shootingsports/ and National 4-H shooting sports at http://www.4-hshootingsports.org and https://www.facebook.com/National4HShootingSports.

About National 4-H Shooting Sports

The focus of all 4-H programs is the development of youth as individuals and as responsible and productive citizens. The National 4-H Shooting Sports Program stands out as an example. Youth learn marksmanship, the safe and responsible use of firearms, the principles of hunting and archery, and much more. The activities of the program and the support of caring adult leaders provide young people with opportunities to develop life skills, self-worth, and conservation ethics.

For more information, please visit www.4-hshootingsports.org.