Aspermont 4-H youths score big at state shooting competition

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PICTURED L-R: KOLBY BRADSHAW WITH HIS BROTHER HUNTER BRADSHAW.

Aspermont brothers Hunter and Kolby Bradshaw put their shooting skills to the test earlier this month at the National Shooting Complex in San Antonio, competing in the 4-H State Shotgun Games.

In his first shooting competition, 11-year-old Kolby scored 42 out of a possible 50 to come in 7th Place in American Trap Shooting. At the ripe old age of 13, it was older brother Hunter’s fifth competition.

Scoring a 73 out of a possible 75, Hunter earned 2nd Place in American Trap Shooting. He also came in 4th Place overall in American events, scoring 142 out of 150.

There father, Kyle said the boys have been interested in shooting since they were practically in diapers. He said he was raised shooting and thinks it’s great to have is sons involved in shooting competitions.

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