Mother Lode Gun Club hosted the 3rd annual Tuolumne County Shoot Off last Saturday.
CDC (California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation-Sierra Conservation Center Crisis Response Team) at the end of the day triumphed over all, defending their title from last year.
In second place was the California Grizzlies Junior Rifle Team.
The CDC swept the pistol competition in both the Action Pistol as well as the Bulls Eye Pistol.
Coming in third in the Rifle phase was the Tuolumne County Sheriff’s Office, as well as third overall after the Grizzlies.
In the Action Pistol Competition, the Sonora Police Explorers barely edged out by the Sheriffs Office by one point, and followed close behind by the California Highway Patrol.
In the Bulls Eye Pistol, with the CDC on top of the scoreboard, the CHP came in second followed by the Sheriff’s Office, Grizzlies and Explorers.
The event was a fundraiser for the Bayer Family of which donations can still be made to them at the Umpqua Bank in Sonora or Jamestown to the “Heidi Bayer Cancer Fund.”
The Vietnam Veterans Color Guard opened the event with Colors proceeded by the National Anthem sung by Shelby Reed, of Hughson. Doug Miller was on hand for the festivities representing Senator Berryhill’s Office.
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