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HBA/DE 2nd Annual Sporting Clay Event Better Than The Last

April 16th, 2015

Builders & Associate Members of the Home Builders Association of Delaware (HBA/DE) spent their morning at Owen’s Station, Greenwood, Delaware, networking and shattering aerial targets.


Despite forecasts, the weather turned out to be perfect. And, after getting in a few practice rounds, attendees made their way around the course. Attendees were given 40 rounds to hit 40 targets. Shooters were judged against their peers based on the skill of one another, so even novice shooters had a chance to shine within their respective tier.


After the action, attendees were given the opportunity to network and relax over lunch.


The successful event was made possible by the members of HBA/DE as well as gracious sponsors:
Karins and Associates
Nickle Electric Companies
OneCall Services
Solar City

Mike McKone, Miken Builders, 1st Place, Tier 1

Mike McKone, Miken Builders, 1st Place, Tier 1

Edward Hackett, McKee, 1st Place, 2nd Tier

Edward Hackett, McKee, 1st Place, 2nd Tier

Richard Downes, 1st Place, Tier 3

Richard Downes, 1st Place, Tier 3

Nick DeFrancesco, Benchmark Builders, Last Place

Nick DeFrancesco, Benchmark Builders, Last Place


Full Scores Posted Below:

Tier 1
Mike McKone – 40
Robert Smith – 38
Mark Benson – 37
Shane Malek – 34
Travers Downes – 33
Matt Courtney – 32
Carlos Cisneros – 30
Matthew Sandy – 29
Tim Grahl – 28
John Johnson – 28
Joe Gordon Jr. – 28

Tier 2
Ed Hackett – 27
Tyler Malek – 27
Mike Horsey – 27
Paul Streett – 27
Fred Fortunato – 25
Frank McKee Jr. – 25
Don Hanky – 24
Mike Cummings – 24
Ford Downes – 23
Joe Gordon Sr. – 22
Peter Guida – 21
James Varderslice – 21
Jim McCulley – 21
Paul Handler – 21

Tier 3
Richard Downes – 20
Jeremy Armstrong – 20
Anthony Konrad – 20
Dom Drummond – 19
Bob Thornton – 18
Steven Bomberger – 18
Brian Rickards – 18
CJ Roberts – 18
James Stevenson – 16
Jay Greene – 15
Nick DeFrancesco – 11

About HBA of Delaware

HBA/DE has been an integral part of the growth and economic development of the State of Delaware since 1947. HBA/DE was founded as a non-profit state affiliate of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) representing home builders and other businesses directly related to Delaware's Home Building Industry. Consisting of Builders, Remodelers and a group of diversified associate members, the Home Builders Association of Delaware strives to protect and preserve housing as a symbol of America.

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