Hi-Steppers 2021

The Kilgore High School Hi-Steppers (above) will host their annual sporting clays fundraiser this Saturday at Prairie Creek Sporting Clays. There’s still time to register.

OUTDOORS

Hi-Steppers clay shoot Saturday

It’s time again for one of the biggest fundraisers of the year for the Kilgore High School Hi-Steppers, and that’s the Hi-Steppers’ annual sporting clays tournament, set for this Saturday morning, Oct. 16.

The event will again be at the phenomenal Prairie Creek Sporting Clays course, located at 15250 County Road 3111, Gladewater. Those coming down I-20 can take the Joy Wright Mountain Road exit.

The tournament will begin at 8 a.m., with breakfast; a safety meeting is scheduled for 8:20 a.m., and then a shotgun start at 8:30.

The format is four-man teams, so competitors can register as a team, and those who want to register as an individual can do so, as well, and then will be paired with others to form a team. Registration is $100, and that’s for shooting, breakfast, lunch and raffle contests, too.

To find out more, to become a sponsor or to sign up to enter the tournament, talk to a member of the KHS Hi-Steppers.

GOLF

Back the Blue tourney Oct. 15

The Rusk and Gregg County Peace Officers Association’s Energy Weldfab Back the Blue golf tournament will be played at Tempest Golf Club next Friday, Oct. 15.

It’s a six-man scramble, with a $900 per team entry ($150 each), and sponsorships are still available.

For more, e-mail Scott Clark at sclark@ewf-inc.com.

By sports editor Mitch Lucas

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