Father’s Day Trap Shoot 2019
The Brotherhood’s Father’s Day Trap Shoot brought out 17 fathers, sons, daughters, and wives to compete for two coveted prizes, the Hot Shot Trophy, awarded to the person who hits the most clay pigeons and the Humanitarian Trophy given to the person who injures the fewest clay pigeons. This year there was a tie where 15 of 25 were hit by Kyle Robenson and Michael Friedman. Ray Allen was awarded the Humanitarian Trophy. A total of 21 participated in our traditional Father’s Day Trap Shoot.
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