Sporting Clays Tournament Raises More than $56,000
Date posted: May 13, 2018On Friday, May 11, 134 shooters attended Stepping Stones’ Sporting Clays Tournament at Sycamore Pheasant Club in Loveland, Ohio.
With sunny skies, the second annual event was a beautiful day in the great outdoors. Guests enjoyed lunch by Jersey Mike’s and a safety training before hitting the course for a 27-station clay shoot. The tournament also featured several challenges, including a creative poker game where players collected cards at various station in a competition for the best hand. The poker challenge was won by Burke Byer.
Following the tournament, attendees were joined by their spouses and family for a relaxing celebration at the lodge. Flipdaddy’s kept the grill going, serving a popular burger bar that included a feast of toppings as well as Saratoga chips, pasta salad and more. Over burgers, guests also enjoyed craft beer and a bourbon tasting led by event co-chairs Peter Borchers and Brian Folke.
In first place, the Anchor Properties team took top prize with an impressive score of 319 points. The Hansen Scaffolding team came in second, scoring 291.
Stepping Stones’ Sporting Clays Tournament netted more than $56,000 to benefit year-round programs for children, teens and adults with disabilities. Only in its second year, the event saw tremendous growth with a 71 percent net increase over the inaugural 2017 clay shoot.
Stepping Stones sincerely thanks our dedicated event planning committee, generous sponsors, guests and raffle donors for making this event such a wonderful success.
Congratulations to the Sporting Clays Tournament Winners:
1st Place: Anchor Properties Team
Matt Hamburger, Steve Hamburger, CJ Judge and Josh Niederhelman
2nd Place: Hansen Scaffolding Team
Aaron Hansen, Burke Byer, Rev. George Sherrill Jr. and Steve Shipp
Congratulations to the Day’s Raffle Prize Winners:
Berretta Shotgun: Charlie Adair
Trip to Winghaven Lodge: Mark Hill
Custom Romualdo Sports Jacket: Kevin Reddy
Wine Basket: Dennis Folker
Yeti Cooler Package: Joseph Borger
Johnny Walker and Waterford Tumbler Basket: John Richardson