Devil's Thumb Shooters clean up at State


Photo courtesy of Larry O'Rear

Tucker Gibson, center, receives his first place medal in the American Trap, and Calden Smith, right, takes his second place medal in the event.

Five of the 10 Petersburg Devil's Thumb Shooters Club members placed in multiple events at the AlaskaYess State Shotgun Championship Tournament in Chugiak on June 8.

Seventy athletes between the grades of four and 12 competed in the tournament. Petersburg has a tradition of bringing home several marksmanship awards, and this year was no different.

Tyler Miyaki, competing in the intermediate class of seventh and eighth graders, had his first straight 25 clay breaks in a row in trap, according to a press release from the Devil's Thumb Shooters. As a result of the accomplishment, he participa...

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