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HCA Clay Shoot Tournament 2019

Wednesday, May 29, 2019  

On April 5th, the largest crowd in the history of the HCA clay shoot tournament came out to kill some clays.  The Houston Contractors Association held its annual clay shoot tournament at the Westside Sporting Grounds in Katy, Texas.  This expansive gun range hosted the HCA shooters on all three of its courses.  Over 90 four-person teams registered for this prominent event.  At the 10:00 am shotgun start, the men and women hopped on their golf carts and headed to their stations.


Three hours later, the barn style pavilion where the lunch, awards, and raffle were to take place welcomed in a steady stream of finished shooters.  Fried catfish, chicken fried steak, hush puppies, and all the fixin’s were on the menu that day.  Clay Shoot Committee Chairman Will Peltier of Peltier Brothers Construction thanked everyone for coming out and complimented everyone on their shooting scores.  He announced the winners as the following:


For the Green Course, Lewis 1 winner Lonestar Prestress (1) shot a total of 333 points.  Lewis 2 winner Ferguson Waterworks shot a total of 243 points.  Lewis 3 winner Lonestar Prestress (2) shot a total of 203 points.  The Male Top Gun shooter was Blake Kridel of EHRA Engineering and the Female Top Gun was Debbie Boyer of Lonestar Prestress.


For the White Course, Lewis 1 winner Aggregate Technologies shot a total of 359 points.  Lewis 2 winner AAA Asphalt shot a total of 255 points.  Lewis 3 winner Core & Main shot a total of 205 points.  The Male Top Gun was Richard Jatzlau of Aggregate Technologies and the Female Top Gun was Wendy Niemczak of Core & Main.


For the Yellow Course, Lewis 1 winner Peltier Brothers shot a total of 333 points. Lewis 2 winner Oldcastle Infrastructure shot a total of 242 points.  Lewis 3 winner of individual shooters shot a total of 190 points.  The Male Top Gun was Cody McCutheon of Star Pipe Products and the Female Top Gun was Jessica Stohr of SIGMA Corporation.


After the awards as lunch wound down, the last call for raffle tickets was met with an eager crowd.  We had nine generous companies donate guns for the raffle.  A Barrett Model 99 50 Caliber BMG was donated by Ferguson Waterworks, Ameritex Pipe & Products, Rangeline Tapping Services, and American Flow control.  A Beretta Silver Pigeon 12 Gauge was donated by Stiver Engineering.  A Beretta Silver Pigeon 20 Gauge was donated by Harper Brothers Construction.  A Beretta A400 20 Gauge was donated by R.B. Everette & Co.. And last but not least, an EDC Tactical AR15 was donated by Brittco / Diamond Plastics.  HCA is known for the quality of its raffle and this year did not disappoint.


The Houston Contractors Association is ever grateful for the participation of our members, support from our committees, and generous contributions from members like the ones listed above.  They are the reason that we are able to host such wonderful events.  We look forward to a year full of events like this one.