At the Scott County Fair on Saturday, September 7, the Waldron High School Trap Shoopting Club hosted a tournament.
From 9 a.m.-1 p.m., adults and kids got the opportunity to show off their skills. Entrants paid a fee of $20 per round for adults and $15 for those 16 and under.
The competition benefitted the Scott County Fair Association and the Waldron School Trap Shooting Team.
Waldron Police Officer, and SRO Gary Clepper supervised the competition.
Winners for the senior division (17 and up) were: 1st place: Tim Franklin; 2nd place: Chase Hale; 3rd place: Jonce Franklin. Winners in the junior division (16 and under) were: 1st place: Jaycob Hutchens; 2nd place: Travir Shelton; 3rd place: Taylen Bates.