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Ashdown High School's Trap Shooting Team 1 took first place in the Hospice of Hope Top Gun Shootout on Friday, April 17, in a field of 20 schools at the Rick Evans Grandview Prairie Conservation Education Center near Columbus, Arkansas.
The five-man team from Ashdown High School shot a 231 out of a possible perfect 250, leading one of the event organizers to describe them as "amazing." The same five-man team, all ninth graders at AHS this year, also won the state championship last year as eighth graders at the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program (AYSSP) Junior State Tournament on June 6, 2014, winning all six rounds in the bracket.
The winning team members are Trevor Myers, Alex Simmons, Logan Henry, Jon Michael Molock, and Jordan Cowling, who are coached by Mike Molock and Ray Henry and were sponsored in the Top Gun Shootout by Domtar. AHS Shooting Team 2 also competed in the tournament and were sponsored by H. E. Wright & Sons Construction. Other results from the Top Gun Shootout include Nashville High School - second place, and Caddo Hills and Genoa Central tying for third.
The trap shoot fundraiser benefits Hospice of Hope and Texarkana, who are celebrating 30 years of non-profit service this year, and raised approximately $18,000 towards the construction of the new Hospice of Texarkana's Inpatient Care Center, the in-house facility being constructed near the Christus-St. Michael Fitness Center in Texarkana. "This facility will be a real asset to our community," states Jerry Thomas, Hospice of Texarkana's vice president.
Presenting sponsor for the Top Gun Shootout was SWEPCO, Tyson Foods was food sponsor, and Edward Jones and Century 21 Team Texarkana were premier sponsors. "Stephanie Brazill and Cindy Marsh with Hospice were instrumental in helping put the event on," says Thomas, who continued, "Ken King, Tom Moore, Pete Snow, Joe Schoen, Judy Gray and Bubba Powers were the committee who worked on this for months." He expressed appreciation to all team sponsors and all other sponsors for their contributions and for "how much they helped in making this event a huge success."
July 28-30, 2015
Prom Theme: Casino Royale – Monaco
Saturday, April 25, 2015
9:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m.
Prom March at Little River Courthouse*
5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Limited seating available, bring your lawn chairs.
*If it rains, there will be no prom march.
Community Open House
7:00 – 8:00 at Ashdown High School
Come see what the students did to create this magical night!