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Shooting clay

Rotary Club Clay Shooting participant Paul Chason takes aim at a clay during Saturday’s benefit shoot. | Andrew Garner/Atmore Advance

Rotary Club Clay Shooting participant Paul Chason takes aim at a clay during Saturday’s benefit shoot. | Andrew Garner/Atmore Advance

Rotary Club holds benefit clay shoot Saturday

Fifteen shooting stations were buzzing with activity at Bushy Creek Clays Saturday for the Atmore Rotary Club’s annual Benefit Clay Shoot.

Teams of four rotated throughout the course, shooting clays with varying levels of difficulty. Some clays were shot high in the air and some were rolling on the ground.

Lisa Reynolds was crowned the overall women’s winner, and Caleb Dortch was the overall men’s winner. The overall individual winners accrued the most points. Each participant shot a total of 100 shells each.

In flight one, the team of Jarod Leachman, Paul Uriegas, Jake Leachman and Dee Guy won first place.

Team YMCA, which included Paul Chason, Eric McCall, Tom McCall and Chris Kirk finished first in flight two.

Kenneth Varner, Dawson Varner, Pat Reeves and Patrick Reeves finished second in flight two.

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