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Claybusters rack up at AIM State Shoot

Hallie Jacobs poses with her impressive hardware from the 2023 Tennessee State Shoot.

Coffee County Claybusters racked up some hardware at the AIM State Shoot last week at the Nashville Gun Club – including a state championship group.

The Pre Sub Junior team of Dayton Cook, Reid McCullough, Slade McInturff, Bryce Burch and Jordan Clark won the Tennessee State AIM Championship. Individually, McCullough was C Class Champion with 158 of 200 targets. Burch won third place presub with a score of 180 of 200.

Jacob Anderson won the Tennessee State Shoot Hall of Fame Handicap Junior Champion.

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Hallie Jacobs took several awards. She took Sub-Junior singles state champion as the first girl since 1984 with a score of 195/200. All of Jacobs’ awards include:

-opening singles—sub-junior champion
-preliminary handicaps—sub-junior champion
-opening doubles—sub-junior champion
-singles class—sub-junior runner up
-hall of fame handicap—sub-junior champion
-doubles class—sub-junior champion
-TN state singles—sub-junior champion
-doubles champion-sub-junior runner up
Also, High over all sub-junior champion with a score of 939/1000.

Hallie Jacobs poses with her impressive hardware from the 2023 Tennessee State Shoot.
Jacob Anderson
Pre Sub Junior State Champion team of Dayton Cook, Reid McCullough, Slade McInturff, Bryce Burch and Jordan Clark.

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