2016 Sporting Clay Tournament Recap

22 11 2016

The 2016 CPN Sporting Clay Tournament was held at Hunting Creek Preserves in Harmony, NC on Friday, November 11, 2016 (Veteran’s Day). The tournament was made up of 16 teams with shooters from across the state to participate in this year’s tournament. Thank you to all the sponsors, players, and volunteers for making the tournament a success. A special program honoring our veterans featuring the local high school color guard and Colonel David Jones was enjoyed by all attendees.

The tournament kicked off with beautiful fall weather. 2016 Chair Ron Rothrock, Ron Rothrock & Associates and committee members Richard Conner, Conner Gwyn Schenck, Leo Stepansky, Shelco LLC,Tony Jordan, Resolute and Robert Coon, Scott Insurance organized a day full of networking, fun, and friendly competition.  Lunch was a Country style buffet feast with all the fixin’s provided by Conner Gwyn Schenck and Davie Construction Company. The tournament concluded with a light reception and awards ceremony.

Congratulations to all the 2016 tournament and raffle prize winners. Click here to view the tournament photos

First Place Tournament Winner  was awarded to the Labor Source team.
Team Players included:
-CPN Member Terry Lester
-Paul Yodis
-Gerald Tucker
-Jackie Blythe

2nd Place Tournament Winner was awarded to the Johnson Modern Electric team.
Team Players included:
-Josh Johnson
-Mike Porter
-Brian Laws
-Jordan David

Last, but not Least awarded to the Conner Gwyn Schenck #2 team.
Team Players included:
-CPN Member Jay Wilkerson
-Kevin Lugo
-Luke Farley
-Larry Gillen




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