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4-H shooters compete in Cowboy Blast

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070722 cowboy blastTrey Musgrove came home with an armful of awards from the Bandera 4-H Mark Bonner Memorial Cowboy Blast.

BANDERA — Two shooters from Houston County 4-H Shooting Sports recently had a blast competing in the Texas Hill Country.

Broxton Davis and Trey Musgrove participated in the 2022 Bandera 4-H Mark Bonner Memorial Cowboy Blast in Bandera on June 24-26.

Enduring 100-plus degree temperatures, Davis and Musgrove each shot 250 targets over three days in the highly competitive tournament.

Davis competed in the intermediate division (sixth-eighth grades) and placed 10th in overall scoring among the 25 shooters in his division, busting 180 total targets. Davis recently moved to Houston County and has been a great shooter for the team.

Musgrove was one of 16 shooters in the junior division (grade three-five). Musgrove finished the weekend ranking Highest Over All Junior by smashing 198 of the 250 clay targets, placing first in Whizbang, Sporting Clays and Trap along with second in Skeet.

Musgrove was awarded three custom knives, a gun case, custom cup, and belt buckle for the Cowboy Blast.

070722 DavisNew team member Broxton Davis made the trip to Bandera for the Cowboy Blast.

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