Nate Hembree, a varsity division trap shooter on the Cumberland County Clay Crusher scholastic clay target program team took high-gun honors with a 92X100 in the singles event at the club’s first Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) event of the year March 30.
He is a sophomore at CCHS and is the son of Kevin and Audra Hembree and Debbie Hembree of Crossville. Hembree is a Class C shooter and competes with a Browning Citori 525.
Andy Carey, another varsity team shooter and the son of Kenny and Lynn Carey of Crossville, won Class B with a 91. Andy is a sophomore at SMHS.
Charlie Francis made the trip back to Knoxville seem a bit shorter after winning the class C award with an 86.
Inclement weather limited this event to just the singles competition.
Special thanks to Luanne Brennan for assisting in scoring and serving lunch.
The sportsman club’s next ATA shoot will be Sunday, April 28.