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Glipsc 02/25/2010 scores

Discussion in 'Bluegrass Glockers' started by KYgundoc, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. We had 28 shooters tonight and I had less help tonight so no video. Great turn out this evening and many new and return shooters. The match had 4 shoot targets per shooting position and 2 no shoots as well. I hate to inform the next of kin but the hostage targets did not make it through the ordeal. The no shoots were hit multiple times by many people. Fun was had by all I think.

    1. Dean Francisco 5.952
    2. Tony Yeker 5.671
    3. John Haas 5.435
    4. Jim Geiger 4.506
    5. Danny Massey 4.411 potty mouth
    6. Jeff Cooke 4.354
    7. Matt Griffin 4.245 revolver oh my
    8. Barry Ellis 4.232
    9. Todd Ackerman 3.781 much better
    10. Phillip Myers 3.424
    11. Otis Fox 3.393
    12. Ed Monk 3.362
    13. Mike Fuzette 3.259
    14. Jeremy Schultz 3.228
    15. Liz Boyes 2.767
    16. Steve Dunham 2.650
    17. Chris Nelson 2.528
    18. Gary Lee 2.521
    19. Scott Grass 2.485
    20. Herman Stuckey 1.952
    21. Claude Wright 1.828 Leg shooter
    22. Larry Schultz 1.405
    23. Ken Skeeters 1.227
    24. Andrea Levine 1.064
    25. John Thompson .864
    Nathan Johnson 0.00
    Angie Simpson 0.00
    Adam Haley 0.00
    Thank you to all who helped and pasted. Nelson did double duty tonight by sighning in everyone and calculating scores.
  2. Houngan


    Jun 25, 2006
    Louisville, KY
    Bah, I forgot how much difference there is in lighting when you're shooting indoors, I barely saw my sights. Next time you'll face the wheel, Dean!


  3. roadforeman

    roadforeman NRA Benefactor

    Feb 24, 2009
    Western KY
    If Geiger continues to shoot this well I might start to feel guilty about giving him so much s***. Nah.
  4. Wow, Dean. That is an amazing number of folks! Sorry I wasn't there to help out but knew Nelson would be the man to count on.

    I was actually in Massachusetts at the Smith & Wesson Indoor Nationals. Though I didn't bring home any trophies, I did have fun and saw lots of the greats shooting. If anyone has the opportunity, I highly recommend shooting this IDPA match next year. It was very challenging. There were even 4 stages that started in the complete dark!

    I do plan on being there at our GLIPSC match week, though, to help out. I will also be hosting Silvercreek's first IDPA match of the season this Saturday. We will be shooting a classifier if anyone is interested. For more details, go to

    Leigh Ann Jeter
    IDPA Match Director
    Silvercreek Conservation Club
    Sellersburg, Indiana