According to the University of North Georgia Athletics Department, the No. 19 UNG rifle team took home their sixth consecutive victory at the Georgia State Championship over Georgia Southern and Georgia Military. The Nighthawks fired a 4575 aggregate score to finish 57 points clear of the second place Eagles.
UNG’s Ricky Medina earned second best shooter in the event, just one point behind GS’s Rosemary Kramer for the top shooter honor. Medina was the top smallbore shooter, firing a 574 with no string going for less than 95 points. Tobin Sanctuary was third-best in the smallbore discipline, using a perfect 100 string in the prone position to earn a 571.
Kimberlee Nettles finished in fourth place in the overall shooting, using a 583 in the air rifle discipline that included two 99 strings and two 98 strings.
Kramer was the top shot in the air rifle discipline, firing a 595 that included two perfect 100 strings.
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