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Hunter Education Championships, By The Numbers

Apr 28

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4/28/2012 9:07 AM  RssIcon

On Saturday morning, teams from schools across the state arrived at the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s 34th Hunter Education Tournament.

Here’s how it breaks down, by the numbers:

High school students: 341

Middle school students: 259

Tents in staging area: 36

Rain: None yet

Port-a-johns: 16

Shuttle buses from parking lot: 3

Boxes of skeet: 50

Skeet per box: 135

Bows: About 300

Parents and coaches gathered around the scoreboard at 10 a.m.: 12

4 comment(s) so far...

Re: Hunter Education Championships, By The Numbers

We sure would love to see the final scores for the schools and students.

By Anita Bowyer on   4/29/2012 8:13 AM

Re: Hunter Education Championships, By The Numbers

The scores are coming!

By NCWRC blogger on   4/30/2012 8:44 AM

Re: Hunter Education Championships, By The Numbers

How about the video that was taken ? We always look forward to seeing it.

By Craig Castello on   5/11/2012 7:53 AM

Re: Hunter Education Championships, By The Numbers

Coming soon, Mr. Castello!

By NCWRC blogger on   5/11/2012 7:56 AM

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