BROWNWOOD - The Runnels County 4-H Shooting Sports Club took three members to the Texas 4-H conference center on Lake Brownwood on Saturday, April 21, to compete in the Shooting Sports Extravaganza

BROWNWOOD - The Runnels County 4-H Shooting Sports Club took three members to the Texas 4-H conference center on Lake Brownwood on Saturday, April 21, to compete in the Shooting Sports Extravaganza.

Each shooter participated in shooting activities throughout the day, including precision air rifle, light rifle, target air pistol, air pistol silhouette, and hunter medley.

The Runnels County shooters brought home five awards from the competition.

Charles McDaniel competed in the junior age division and placed first in air pistol silhouette and second in target air pistol.

Cameron Poteet competed in the senior age division and placed first in precision air rifle and second in light rifle.

Charlie Poteet competed in the intermediate age division and placed third in precision air rifle.

Runnels County 4-H Shooting Sports Assistant Pistol Coach Paul McDaniel said he was proud of the group.

"Our members have been practicing and their hard work paid off," McDaniel said.