July 28, 2009

Jay Raymond Named 2009 National Progress Position Air Pistol Champion

CAMP PERRY, Ohio - Jay Raymond, 16, of Canton, Mississippi, fired an aggregate score of 821.8-15 to win the individual gold medal in the 2009 USA Shooting/NRA Sports National Progressive Pistol Championship on July 12 at the CMP’s Camp Perry Air Gun Center.

Matthew Pueppke, 17, of Amenia, North Dakota captured the silver medal with a total aggregate score of 812.6, narrowly defeating Kelsey Imig, 18, of Westminster, Massachusetts, by three-tenths of a point.

Imig won bronze, but also won gold in the women's championship, firing an aggregate score of 812.3. Pueppke and Imig both fired in Division A, which is designated for pre-charged air pistols (CO2 or compressed air).

Mississippi junior Jay Raymond


Mississippi junior Jay Raymond was named the 2009 Progressive Pistol Individual Champion. As a result of his performance, he was invited to join the National Junior Olympic Shooting Team, sponsored by USA Shooting.











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