2022 Sporting Clay Shoot Didn’t Miss
By: Marie Thornton, Membership and Marketing Coordinator, IEC Atlanta, GA Chapters
IEC Atlanta held its annual Sporting Clay Shoot on Friday, December 9th at the newly renovated Cherokee Rose Gun Club in Griffin, Georgia. With 14 teams and nearly 60 shooters, the clay shoot targeted a great networking experience!
Registration and warm ups started at 9am and the tournament began at 10am. The competition, lunch and prizes made for an excellent IEC event. Here’s who came out on top!
Congratulation to 1st place winner’s team 9, Latham Moss (85), Chris Webb (88), Travis Kellum (92) and Mo
lly Moss (85) with a total 350 points. 2nd place went to team 7, Joey Miller (79), Justin Ray (90), Cody G
ooden (60) and Grant Belk (87) with 316 points. 3rd place winners were team 2, Darren Lodge (75), Tim Cox (79), Sonny Bonner (74) and Blake Landrum (79) with 307 points. Las
tly, 4th place went to team 10, Eugene Smiley (90), Avery Vasily (57), Paul Darden (70) and Steve Hooks (88) with a total 305.
A special award went to the
highest shooter, Jeff Brewer with a high score of 98! The final award went to the “Dead-Ass Last” shooter, Larry Lambert with a score of 29! We appreciate your effort, Larry!
Thank you to the overall event sponsor, Lighting Associates.
There was so much fun and connection. This was the event to attend and blow off daily stresses with great compan
y. If you missed it, make sure to join us in 2023!