4-H youth compete in pistol, rifle competitions; Bailey earns high-point

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Representing Clay County at the Rolling Planes District 3 4-H Rifle and Pistol Contest are (front) Jayla Thomas, Drew Eberhart, and Cole Scribner Middle: Garrett Jackson, Braiden Bailey, Darrell Burnes, Leah Scribner (back) Coach Marshall Thomas, Ben Johnson, Kris Spraggins, Coach Boyce Seigler, Regan Seigler and Gabe Johnson (not pictured).

Representing Clay County at the Rolling Planes District 3 4-H Rifle and Pistol Contest are (front) Jayla Thomas, Drew Eberhart, and Cole Scribner, (middle) Garrett Jackson, Braiden Bailey, Darrell Burnes, Leah Scribner, (back) Coach Marshall Thomas, Ben Johnson, Kris Spraggins, Coach Boyce Seigler, Regan Seigler and Gabe Johnson (not pictured).

The Rolling Plains District 3 4-H Rifle and Pistol Contest was held Saturday, April 26 at the Northwest Field and Streams shooting range in Wichita Falls, Texas. There were 4-H contestants participating from the 24 counties in District 3.

Representing Clay County in the pistol division were Braiden Bailey, third place in the junior pistol Individual; Garrett Jackson, fourth place in the intermediate pistol individual. Earning second place in the junior pistol team category were Braiden Bailey, Darrell Burns, Leah Scribner and Cole Scribner.

In the rifle division, Braiden Bailey won first place in the junior rifle individual rankings for the title of high-point overall male. Leah Scribner finished third in junior rifle individual, Darrell Burns earned fourth place junior rifle individual, Garrett Jackson took fourth place in intermediate rifle individual. The junior rifle team of Braiden Bailey, Darrell Burns and Leah Scribner took first place. The intermediate rifle team of Garrett Jackson, Ben Johnson and Regan Seigler finished in second place.

4-H is the youth development and leadership program of Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service, a part of the Texas A&M University System. Local county Extension agents provide leadership for the 4-H program in each county with local volunteers providing training.

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