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Lady pirates take home 6TH straight service championship.


The Granbury MCJROTC Rifle Team shot on their home in the 2023 National Marine Corps Service Championships rather than travel to Anniston, Alabama due to the ice storm that blanked the DFW area this past week. Though the team was looking forward to competing at the CMP South Range, nevertheless they came to their home range with the same goal: A 6th straight Service Championships win.

On the first day of competition, Caroline Martin led the team with a 595 -49x score. Sunnee Schumann followed her with a season high score of 590 -41x. Julia Czernik contributed a 584 -37x to the team score and Ashton Arlington rounded out the Team 1 scoring with a 580 -33x. Team 1 shot an aggregate score of 2346 -160x to take the lead early in the competition.

Team 2 was led by Kameron Wells, who shot a stellar score of 588 -39x, on the first day. Following her was Kennedy Wells, who fired a 581 -35x. Viola Allen contributed a 578 -31x to the team score, and Cadince mcgrath rounded out the team scoring with a 575 -24x.

The Alternate team also had a great first day. Ainsley Milligan and Caylynn Price tied on the first day each with a 558, but Milligan took the lead over Price by X count. Mataya Turner rounded out the team score with a 557 -17x.

Going into Day 2 the team was focused on winning. The entire team had a score improvement. Team 1 had a significant increase in total points. Caroline Martin led the team again with a 599 -55x which broke her own Marine Corps individual 3x20 National Record of 597 -51x. Following her was Sunnee Schumann who shot another season high of 591 -37x. Ashton Alrington came back on Day 2 to shoot a strong score of 587 -39x. Julia Czernik rounded out the team scoring on Day 2 with a 587 -38x.

Team 2 also had a good day on the range. They were led by Kennedy Wells who fired a 584 -36x. Karmeron Wells followed her with a 582 -33x. Viola Allen improved as well, posting a 579 -36x. Cadince mcgrath rounded out the team scoring with a 574 -27x.

The Alternate team consisted of the scores 575 -28x, 556 -26x, and 552 -24x from Ainsley Milligan, Caylynn Price, and Mataya Turner, respectively.

Along with the Marine Corps 3x20 individual record, Caroline Martin also broke the Marine Corps 20 Shots Standing Record, which was established 10 years ago in the 2013 Marine Corps Service Championships, with a score of 199 -18x.

Granbury MCJROTC swept the podium with Martin taking 1st, Schumann in 2nd, and Kameron Wells in 3rd. Team 1 took 1st place on the podium and received the Director’s Cup with a 4713 score, and Team 2 took 3rd place with a 4641 score.

Granbury Team 1 and 2 Qualified to compete at the JROTC National Championships in March at the CMP North Range - Camp Perry OH and will defend their national title with the intend in being the only school in the history to achieve six National Championships.

 The Pirates are back on the range this week shooting in the CMP Regional Qualifier match.     TicketNational RecordService minService 1 min

Posted 10/18/2022: Granbury MCJROTC defeats Camden County NJROTC

Granbury MCJROTC defeated Camden County NJROTC 2439.0 to 2392.2 last week in the National Air Rifle League. Granbury MCJROTC was led by Ashton Arlington who shot a 618.6. The remaining contributing members were Caroline Martin , Julia Czernik, and Sunnee Schumann. They are from Granbury, TX, and are coached by LtCol Scott Casey.Granbury MCJROTC is competing in the Champions Division where they are currently ranked in second place. Within the Jrotc Conference they are in first place. They have a 2 - 0 record.Shooting their highest team score of the season Camden County NJROTC was led by Danjela Jordan De Jesus who shot a 604.9. The remaining contributing members were Virginia Byrd, Abigail Swain, and Mason Kruger. Camden County NJROTC is from Kingsland, GA, and is coached by Stephen G Banta.Camden County NJROTC is also competing in the Champions Division where they are currently ranked in fifth place. Within the Jrotc Conference they are in second place. They have a 1 - 2 record.Next up Granbury MCJROTC will compete against Everett Sportsman Junior Rifle Club from Everett, PA. Everett Sportsman Junior Rifle Club currently has a 2 - 0 record. While Camden County NJROTC will compete against Lafayette Gun Club from Yorktown, VA. Lafayette Gun Club currently has a 2 - 0 record.Sponsored by the Orion Scoring System, the league is a national team league for high school teams and junior rifle clubs. The league has two parts. An 8 week regular season going on now, followed by the post-season.The Champions Division is reserved for the top teams in the country. The top eight teams from the Champions Division regular season will compete in a single elimination tournament for the league championships.The Distinguished Division are the second tiered teams, followed by the Elite Division.In each game the teams compete in what is known as a Standing Air Rifle match. The match is nearly identical to the air rifle events in the Olympic Games. Each athlete shoots 60 shots in the standing position, the most difficult position in rifle competitions. Each shot is worth a maximum of 10.9 points. The sum of points scored in the 60 shots is the athlete's total. The team score is comprised of the best four athletes from each team.For more information on the league, including complete standings, visit https://www.national-leagues.com/Box Score: http://www.orionresults.com/team/GamePage.aspx?MatchID=1.1.2022100316595612.1Granbury MCJROTC team page: http://www.orionresults.com/team/LeagueTeam.aspx?TeamID=1915Camden County NJROTC team page: http://www.orionresults.com/team/LeagueTeam.aspx?TeamID=191810 - 16 Oct 2022
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