Parish Youths Participate in Sports Shooting Competition
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Parish Youths Participate in Sports Shooting Competition

April 5, 2022

NEWS RELEASE

BY: MEGAN PLATTSMIER
EXTENSION AGENT, 4-H YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
ST. LANDRY PARISH
(337) 948-0561

                                 2022 St. Landry Parish 4-H Shooting Sports Competition

​The St. Landry Parish 4-H Shooting Sports Competition was held on Sunday, March 6, 2022, at the St. Landry Sheriff’s Department Kops & Kids Camp. Top three individuals for each discipline are as follows:

Junior Division

​BB Gun

1st Place – Landon Devillier, Leonville Elementary

2nd Place – Jett Thibodeaux, Member-at-Large

3rd Place – Ezra Bergeron, Member-at-Large

​Archery – Genesis & Recurve

​1st Place – Ezra Bergeron, Member-at-Large

2nd Place – Wyatt McKean, Member-at-Large

3rd Place – Kolton Bertrand, Member-at-Large

​Archery – Compound

​1st Place – Coby Johnson, Member-at-Large

2nd Place Kolton Bertrand, Member-at-Large

3rd Place Tucker Blevins, Opelousas Catholic

​Shotgun
1st Place – Kolton Bertrand, Member-at-Large

2nd Place – Kyle Johnson, Member-at-Large

3rd Place – Hudson Smith, Arnaudville Elementary

Senior Division

​BB Gun

1st Place – Emma Bergeron, Member-at-Large

​Archery – Genesis & Recurve

1st Place – Emma Bergeron, Member-at-Large

​Archery – Compound

1st Place – Joshua Johnson, Member-at-Large

2nd Place – Courtney Prudhomme, Opelousas Catholic

​Shotgun

1st Place – Landon Duplichan, Port Barre High

2nd Place – Lee Zaunbrecher, St. Landry Homeschool

3rd Place – Samuel Bordelon​, Port Barre High

The St. Landry Parish 4-H Shooting Sports program encompasses the initiative goals of volunteer leadership, capacity building for youth and families, and environmental stewardship with commitments from the Louisiana State University AgCenter. Shooting Sports is an active program attractive to youth and adult audiences. The program uses positive learning and interaction with youth and adult role models. Shooting Sports is an activity for everyone! Participation in the program is not limited by skill or physical abilities. The program is open to any St. Landry 4-H youth ages 9-19.

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