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Colfax Sportsmen’s Club Scholastic Action Shooting Team started off the 2020-2021 competitive year by taking part in the Scholastic Action Shooting Programs’ annual Fall Classic Regional Shoot. This was a virtual match shot on the home range in October, with the scores emailed to the national organization.
In virtual matches each team is on the honor system to shoot the match fairly and honestly report the scores as they are shot. To remove any suspicion from the Colfax team Jesse Misco, Colfax Sportsmen’s Club Steel Challenge match director, officiated the match.
After the shoot, awards from the national match were presented to athletes who had won them and team awards were given out by Jim Nosker, head coach.
Colfax’s Rookie Pistol Caliber Carbine Squad of Evelyn Doyle and Alex Johnson, along with two ghost scores, took third place in the national match. The two athletes each received a medal and the club was awarded a trophy club for their effort.
Doyle also won the second place female medal in the Rookie Division of Pistol Caliber Carbine.
Johnson nailed the first place medal for men, Rookie Division, Pistol Caliber Carbine. He also earned the First Place Male Rookie, Optic Rifle medal.
Jack Kouba was named to the national 2020 All Scholastic Team. He received a certificate and a lapel pin.
Nokomis Nosker was awarded a national drawing prize of Walker, blue tooth enabled, electronic hearing protection earmuffs.
Kimberly Krista received the Team Player Award for returning to the team so that it was able to field a full JV/Varsity squad.
Raylee Kouba was given the team’s Good Sportsman award for struggling through the national match, her first competition ever, without complaint, with a rifle too heavy for her and in a downpour.
Jack Kouba was named Mr. Dependable for always bringing his A-game and for always turning in a decent match time.
In light of his national first place medals, Johnson received the team’s Speed Demon award.
Evelyn Doyle was named the Most Coachable for always trying the suggestions of the coaches and not complaining when three different coaches suggest three different things for her to work on.
Kyle Weller received the Hard Driving award for always pushing himself in a match and trying to cut at least a fraction of a second off of each run.
Nokomis Nosker was named the team’s Senior Varsity Top Gun.