Chatham County Shooting Sports excels at states down in Ellerbe

Posted 1/31/20

ELLERBE — What a day it was for the Chatham County Shooting Sports 4-H team on Saturday, Jan. 11.

In its first season of existence as a club, both the Chatham County junior and senior teams …

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Chatham County Shooting Sports excels at states down in Ellerbe

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ELLERBE — What a day it was for the Chatham County Shooting Sports 4-H team on Saturday, Jan. 11.

In its first season of existence as a club, both the Chatham County junior and senior teams placed second in the team standings.

The performance of the Walters sisters was particularly impressive. Shelby Lynn Walters captured 1st place in the Senior Individuals while Laura Ann Walters took 1st place in the Junior Individuals. Shelby Lynn and Sarah Katherine Walters were both asked to be a part of the NC National Hunter Skills team which will compete on June 21-26 in Grand Island, Nebraska.

“We are pretty proud of all these kids,” said Kathryn Powell Walters. “It’s out first year as a club.”

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