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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Klein wins clays championship

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From left, Jarrod Moreau, Clif Rogers, Casey White, Marty Fletcher, Bill Rogers, Ronald Horner, Kevin Bartley, Tabatha Moreau, Kevin Klein, Jeffery Fisk and Wade Westerfield gather at the Eddy County Shooting Range shortly after awards were presented at the close of the New Mexico Sporting Clays State Championship. Klein, of Artesia, was crowned the New Mexico Sporting Clays State Champion Sunday for the third consecutive year. “I’m also on the Board of Directors for the Eddy County Shooting Range Association,” Klein said. “So I just want to say that I’m really proud that we were able to host the shoot and have it be so successful.  Courtesy Photo
From left, Jarrod Moreau, Clif Rogers, Casey White, Marty Fletcher, Bill Rogers, Ronald Horner, Kevin Bartley, Tabatha Moreau, Kevin Klein, Jeffery Fisk and Wade Westerfield gather at the Eddy County Shooting Range shortly after awards were presented at the close of the New Mexico Sporting Clays State Championship. Klein, of Artesia, was crowned the New Mexico Sporting Clays State Champion Sunday for the third consecutive year. “I’m also on the Board of Directors for the Eddy County Shooting Range Association,” Klein said. “So I just want to say that I’m really proud that we were able to host the shoot and have it be so successful.
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