May 17, 2017 News Release: Over 200 participate in Hawkeyes benefit shoot, Department of Recreation, Greene County Government, Pennsylvania

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Greene County Department of Recreation
107 Fairgrounds Road, Waynesburg, PA 15370
Phone: 724-852-5323 • Fax: 724-852-5356 •

News Release

County of Greene, Pennsylvania
Contact: JoAnne Marshall
Communications Director
Phone: 724-852-5210 / Fax 724-627-5428

Over 200 Participate in Hawkeyes benefit shoot

FOR RELEASE — May 17, 2017

DILLINER, PA — Eighteen individuals and two teams of five won awards during the benefit shoot hosted by the Hunting Hills Hawkeyes, Greene County’s Scholastic Clay Target Program team. The shoot was held Sunday, May 7, at Hunting Hills in Dilliner, PA.

Participants could compete individually or in teams of five in the shoot of 100 clay targets. Award categories included youth, ladies, male and team.

The following awards were given:
  • High Overall Male: Rex Buckhalter of Dilliner.
  • High Overall Female: Pam Blaker of Carmichaels.
  • Adult: Second place, Will Luckey of Mt Morris; third place, Doug Hinerman of Waynesburg; fourth place, John Riley of Waynesburg; fifth place, Parker Woodring of Carmichaels.
  • High Overall Youth Female: Abby Ozohonish of Jefferson.
  • High Overall Youth Male: Tristan Cole of Waynesburg.
  • Senior Varsity: Champion, Brandon Sanders of Waynesburg, and runner-up, Zach Abbott of Rogersville.
  • Junior Varsity: Champion, Tristan Cole of Waynesburg, and runner-up, Justin Popovec of Perryopolis.
  • Intermediate Advanced: Champion, Zach Wilson of Waynesburg, and runner-up, Owen Hughes of Rogersville.
  • Intermediate Entry: Champion, Robby Dillon of Adah, and runner-up, Cole Jones of Jefferson.
  • Rookie: Champion, Brendan Cole of Waynesburg, and runner-up, Sammy Riley of Waynesburg.
  • Team: First place, Team Miller with Frank Golsky, Brandon Sanders, Dylan Miller, Garrett Ross and Justin Golsky; second place, Rex Buckhaulter, Eugene Latusek, Noah Haines, Sam Sellaro, and Mark Sellaro.
The benefit shoot was sponsored by the Greene County Commissioners and Greene County Department of Recreation, and was organized by the Hawkeyes' coaches and parents.

Additional sponsors include 4 Seasons Lawn and Garden; Advanced Masonry; Alex E Paris Contracting Company LLC; American Legion Post 954; Field and Stream of Washington, PA; Filtrexx International; First Federal of Greene County; Friends of the NRA; Gateway Engineers, Inc; Hartley Inn; Hinerman NAPA; Hunting Hills; Laurel Aggregates; Lola Energy; Midway USA Foundation; NWTF-Warrior Trail Gobblers; Ozie’s Sport Shop; Rice Energy; Roc Service CO LLC; Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation; Waynesburg VFW Post 4793; and Roy and Sally Sisler.

The Hawkeyes will compete Saturday, June 17, in the annual Pennsylvania Scholastic Clay Target Program Sporting Clays Championship at Factoryville Sportsmens Club in Factoryville, PA. This event involves youth shooters from across the state competing in a 100-target shoot to determine state winners in six skill divisions.

For more information, call the Department of Recreation at 724-852-5323, or visit

Photo attached: Sammy Riley, 9, of Waynesburg, received the runner-up award in the Rookie division from assistant head coach Randy Coss at the annual Hunting Hills Hawkeyes sporting clays fundraiser event held Sunday May, 7 at Hunting Hills, Dilliner, Pa.

For general information, please contact the Information Services
at 724-852-5399 / Toll Free: 1-888-852-5399
Greene County Office Building, 93 E. High Street, Waynesburg, PA 15370

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