2011 Southeast District 4-H Shoot

Pictured sitting are: Logan Smith, Bailey Poirier, Madison Delahoussaye, Brealon Taylor, Colyn Scrantz, Colin Huval, Jace Knott, Kimberly Louviere, Shelbi Guidry, Craig Guidry, Issac Richard, Luke Boyer, Alexis Louviere. Kneeling are: Hailey Hayes, Kaitlyn Bienvenu, Madia Smith, Chelsie Frederick, Brittney Robichaux, Logan Angelle. Standing are: Dustin Hayes, Coach Glenn Bienvenu, Drake Frederick, Micah Huval, Coach Chad Huval, Delaina Guidry, Ian Serrette, Courtney Poirier, Garrett Richard, Tyra Mouton, Eric Melancon, Laural Blanchard, Codey Angelle, Coach Rodney Perro, Coach Alina Perro, Lynwood Melancon, Luke Patin, Coach Leon Angelle, Coach Roland Robichaux, Coach Donnie Romero, Coach Erika Poirier, Coach Barry Poirier and Lionel Boyer, Jr.

Southeast District 4-H Shoot

St. Martin Parish 4-H Shooting Sports members participated in the 8th Annual Southeastern District Shooting Sports Competition held in Gonzales, La., on March 12, 2011. The shoot was sponsored by the East Baton Rouge and Ascension Parish 4-H Shooting Sports clubs, which offered the following disciplines: BB, Air Rifle, Air Pistol, .22 Smallbore Rifle, Shotgun and Archery. The 4-H members from St Martin Parish took full advantage of the opportunity by sweeping the medals in some of the divisions; see the results below. The annual competition is a way of getting the participants ready for the upcoming Southern Regional Competition being held on April 1-3, 2011, in Lake Charles, La. 

Air Rifle – Senior Division
Eric Melancon - 1st Place
Tyra Mouton - 2nd Place

Smallbore Rifle – Junior Division
Participants were: Micah Huval

Smallbore Rifle – Senior Division (CMP Only)
Jordan Guidry – 1st Place

Smallbore Rifle – Senior Division (National - CMP, 3P, Sih)
Dustin Hayes – 1st Place

Other Participants were: Jonathan Johnson, Eric Melancon, Courtney Poirier

BB Gun
Alexis Louviere – 1st Place
Kaitlyn Bienvenu – 2nd Place
Jace Knott – 3rd Place

Other participants were: Bailey Poirier, Tori Hayes, Craig Guidry, Austin Mouton, Colin Huval, Colyn Scrantz, Hailey Hayes, Hunter Bienvenu, Kimberly Louviere, Ashtin Mouton, Carli Boudreaux, Logan Smith, Shelby Guidry, Haden Delhomme, Madison Delahoussaye, and Bailey Begnaud.

Archery Senior Compound (Modified Fita)
Garrett Richard – 1st Place
Luke Patin – 3rd Place

Other Participants: Ian Serrette, Luke Boyer

Archery Senior Compound (National Round – 3-D and FITA)
Dustin Hayes – 1st Place
Delaina Guidry – 2nd Place
Codey Angelle – 3rd Place

Archery Senior Bare Bow Recurve
Matthew Ashley – 2nd Place
Courtney Poirier – 3rd Place

Other Participants: Chelsie Frederick, Tyra Mouton, Garrett Richard

Archery Senior Genesis
Chelsie Frederick – 1st Place
Laural Blanchard – 2nd Place

Archery Junior Sighted Recurve
Brittney Robichaux – 1st Place
Logan Angelle – 2nd Place
Kaitlyn Bienvenu – 3rd Place

Archery Junior Compound
Issac Richard – 1st Place
Craig Guidry – 2nd Place

Other Participants were: Hailey Hayes, Austin Mouton, Matthew Bishop, Jace Knott, Colin Huval, Ashtin Mouton, Trystian Castille, Chase McLemore, Micah Huval, Jacob Gallet and Cy Johnson

Archery Junior Genesis
Bailey Poirier – 1st Place
Madia Smith – 2nd Place

Archery Junior Bare Bow Recurve
Braelon Taylor – 1st Place
Logan Smith – 2nd Place

Shotgun - Junior
Participants: Seth Schouest

Shotgun - Seniors
Participants were: Brilan Degeyter, Drake Frederick, Jordan Guidry, Jonathan Johnson, Luke Patin

St. Martin Parish's 4-H Shooting Sports program depends on volunteers. The volunteer coaches who attended were: Codey Angelle, Leon and Liz Angelle, Glenn Bienvenu, Robby Bishop, Byron and Donna Blanchard, Jerry Castille, Danny Guidry, Chad and Megan Huval, Eric Melancon, Lynnwood Melancon, Alina and Rodney Perro, Barry & Ericka Poirier, Donnie Romeroand Roland Robichaux. St. Martin Parish parents also did a great job in helping out at the shoot by scoring targets. Shooting Sports would not survive without volunteers and parents. Anyone interested in becoming a coach, please contact the St. Martin 4-H office at 337-332-2181.

We also would like to thank the Fuselier Complex Gun Range for allowing us to use the facility for our 4-H Shooting Sports .22 Smallbore Rifle and Shotgun disciplines. Anyone interested in joining Shooting Sports, should contact the 4-H office for more details.

The St. Martin 4-H Shooting Sports program is funded by membership fees and counts heavily on National Rifle Association grants. Without these grants we could not afford the equipment needed for the growing number of participants in our program.

4/26/2011 9:10:40 PM
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