The ISRPA Full Course State Championship is in the books, and man what a nail biter! Mike King and Madelyn Schnelle battled back and forth for 2 days, both shooting incredible scores.

Mike King with the State Full Course Championship Dan Ireland Winged Lady, Emma Branson – third overall, and Madelyn Schnelle with the Peter Faatz Junior Trophy and the State Championship Grand Aggregate Trophy

In the end, the battle for the Winged Lady Trophy was settled by X-count.  On Saturday, Mike King took top slot with a 790-25X – bettering Madelyn’s 785-31X.  But on Sunday the scores were reversed with Mike shooting the 785 with a 34X and Madelyn posting the 790 with 23X. Mike took the Bob Ireland Winged Lady with a 1575-59X to Madelyn’s 1575-54X; a Creedmoor decision!

FWRR was well represented at the top of the standings, with Miss Emma Branson taking third place with a 1523-25X, Geoff Branson finishing with a 1515-40X  as top Master shooter and Mark Richard with a 1510-46X (very impressive X-count!)


Mike King and Mark Richard. Mark really isn’t sitting in a wheelchair – just an optical deceptionhe’s not that old!

Emma Branson led the FWRR Juniors with a third place 1523-25X, followed by Kileen Shaffer with a two-day aggregate of 1463-24X; Marshall Rohrbach with 1384-24X, Addiysn Shull with 1371-9X and Tayt Shaffer – shooting his first 80-round matches – with 1249-13X.

Emma Branson scores for Marshall Rohrbach shooting Offhand
Tayt Shaffer and Madelyn Schnelle get ready to score as Addiysn Shull and Kileen Shaffer prep for the 300 Prone Rapid stage.
Our FWRR Juniors –
Marshall Rohrbach, Madelyn Schnelle, Addiysn Shull, Kileen Shaffer, Emma Branson and the man with the attitude – Tayt Shaffer

And, thanks to all of the parents who gave up their weekend to bring the Juniors to the State Match – without you, it could not have happened!