Sporting Clays Tournament raises $20,000 in Kingstree

The Aim-At-Ag Tournament attracted more than 120 competitors.

Two amazing marksmen scored high marks at the Aim-At-Ag Sporting Clays Tournament at Black River Sporting Clays in Kingstree on Saturday. Georgetown's Rick Hemingway hit 97 out of 100 clay targets to win the adult division. Orangeburg's Chandler Gray took the 18 and under division hitting 89 clays.

The Aim-At-Ag Tournament had more than 120 competitors. The event, sponsored by ArborOne Farm Credit, raised more than $20,000 for the Future Farmers of America and 4-H. It was a family event to help promote gun safety and useage, outdoor appreciation and fellowship.

Click here to learn more about Sporting Clays with Mark Haggard's Monday feature on WPDE

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