MINYIP Field and Game Club hosted Australia’s biggest school shooting competition on Monday.
Almost 380 students from 25 schools in country Victoria competed.
Nominations co-ordinator James Craig said while there were some great shooting scores, nobody had cracked a perfect 24 out of 24 in the competition’s 14-year history.
Brauer College’s Robbie Harris was crowned overall high gun champion following an impressive 22 out of 24 shots.
Boys high gun honours went to Hamilton and Alexandra College’s Bryce Farrugia with 20 shots on countback, while Baimbridge College’s Tricia Carter, 19 shots, took out the girls high gun.
Geelong College’s Sam Coles, 20 shots, took out the senior boys member honours on countback.
Senior non-member honours went to Barham High School’s Pat Goble, with 20 shots on countback.
Geelong Grammar School’s Ollie Wilson was crowned junior boys member winner on countback.
St Patrick College Ballarat’s Brody Burke, 20 shots, was the runaway junior non-member boys winner, winning by four shots.
Kaniva College student Shaney Wallis, 18 shots, topped the senior girls member division, winning by three shots.
Donald High School’s Lauren Pearce won the junior girls competition with 13 shots.
School aggregate went to Geelong Grammar School with an average of 15.67, while Barham High School finished runner-up with 14.46.
Horsham College was well-represented, with Adam Dumesny finishing second in the junior boys member category and Zachary Pignataro coming third in the junior non-member boys event.
Dimboola Memorial Secondary College student Rachel Ball was third in the senior girls member competition and Kaniva College’s Adam Feder was third in the junior boys member division.