WON Landing Page March 2022

Lynn Cogdill wins Ladies and 28 Ga. US Open Skeet Event

Phoenix, AZ – Dan Jones of McKinleyville, CA, became the 2010 US Open Champion for the National Skeet Shooting Association at its annual event April 16-18.  Hosted this year by the Ben Avery Clay Target Center in Phoenix, Arizona, the annual US Open is one of the premier skeet events in the country, attracting shooters of all classes from across the country.

Runner-up to Jones was Tom Keegan of Salmon, Idaho, and finishing third overall was Paul Newman of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

The event was marked by near-perfect shotgunning conditions in Phoenix, with warm, sunny weather and little wind. The Ben Avery Clay Target Center is part of the 1650-acre Ben Avery Shooting Facility, operated by the Arizona Game & Fish Department.

Lynn Cogdill won Ladies Champion and 28 Ga. Champion.

Other major winners include:

Ladies Champion: Lynn Cogdill, Missoula, MT

Ladies Runner-up: Vickie Stevens, Kansas City, KS

Ladies 3rd place:  Rachel Shuford, Bakersfield, CA

12 Gauge Champion: Angelo Troisi, Andover, MA
12 Gauge Runner-up:  Mark Vaillancourt, Manchester, NH
12 Gauge 3rd place: Paul Newman, Albuquerque, NM

20 Gauge Champion: Rick Stockstill, San Antonio, TX

20 Gauge Runner-up:            Remington Wheaton, York, IL
20 Gauge 3rd place:              Tommy Moore, St. Louis, MO

28 Gauge Champion:            Lynn Cogdill, Missoula, MT
28 Gauge Runner-up:            Mike Power, Eagle Mountain, UT
28 Gauge 3rd Place:              Tom Keegan, Salmon, ID

.410 Bore Champion:            Dan Jones, McKinleyville, CA
.410 Bore Runner-up:            Mike Power, Eagle Mountain, UT
.410 Bore 3rd Place:              Rick Stockstill, San Antonio, TX

For a full winner’s list and scores for all classes and concurrents, see Zone7Skeet.com.

The National Skeet Shooting Association is the official governing and sanctioning body of the sport of skeet. Founded in 1928 and headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, NSSA is the world’s largest group devoted solely to skeet shooting. For more information, see http://www.mynssa.com.

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