of Baker, MT for a second year with a score. . Tied with Linda for total score but with one less hit on the off-hand target was local shooter Glen Kapitzke of Miles City,. . The most pins have been awarded on the #2 Octagon target at a distance of 600 yards. . The balance of the top ten shooters following Wes were Mark Pachares of Cheyenne, WY with an amazing score of 43 at his first Quigley Match. . Randy Anderson of Miles City, MT did it and is only the third Quigley shooter to accomplish that feat. . Turn right ON gravel road approximately 200 yards. Fourth place went to Steve Pattison of Sheridan, WY with 40 hits who also performed duties of a group range officer during the match. .
View thousands of stories of couples who have found love thanks to m or submit your m Success.
Nrmp Match Policies have been updated for the Match season.
Be sure to review them before your Match ope m/i/web/status/10098.
HT/FT offer How to get Fixed match?
Contact Us, make a deal with our agent, make subscribe and earn quick and easy.
The wind was not as strong as most years but was variable and required greater wind reading skills than usual to shoot effectively. The other shooters in the top ten all scored 41 hits on the target array. . First was Bruce Stevens of Sheridan, WY and then again in the very next group by Curt Hardcastle of Silver City,. . The White Buffalo Award for 2010 went to Jim 'Tonto' Taylor of Owego, NY, as the best marksman of the shooters 72 and older. . Forty-two shooters 16 years and younger participated in the match this year. . They were Ray Hanson from Twin Valley, MN in 8th place, local shooter Buz Coker of Forsyth, MT in 9th place and 2001 Quigley Champion John Fuller of Whitefish, MT taking home the 10th place Quigley plaque. . This year's junior champion (age 13-16) was Savannah Hickey of Baker, MT with her score of 36, second place went to Garrett Ozburn of Soda Springs, ID with a score of 27 and third place was secured by another Baker, MT shooter, Carleigh Irgens with. With a National Weather Service forecast of 100 chance of heavy rain the night before registration day and 70 chance continuing on Friday with additional rain forecast for both days of the match it was determined the best course of action was to cancel the match and evacuate the range while.