King George 3P Match Sweep, October 28, 2017

Congratulations to the Robinson Rifle Team in earning first, second, and third place Precision Team awards at the King George Fall 3 Position Air Rifle Tournament on October 28, 2017!

Led by Captains Emily Fisher and David Linkh (who took first and second place individually with 583-41 and 574-28) Robinson athletes captured 6 of the top 8 precision shooter spots.

Congratulations to all our athletes!

 

Queen Anne Report, November, 2017

Queen Anne’s NRA Open, the Nov 5, 2017 Precision Air Rifle Match

Robinson Gold and Blue teams participated in the 60 shot standing air rifle match hosted at the Queen Anne 4H Grounds in Centreville, MD.

Gold took second place and Blue took third out of the five teams who participated. Captain Emily Fisher earned third place overall with a total of 578-29.

Congratulations, team!

 

 

 

Centreville Cup Report, October 2017

The 2017 Centreville Cup Challenge consisted of a 60 shots standing and a 3×20 match on October 29, 2017 @ the IWLA Arlington/Fairfax Bucky Sills Range.

Congratulations to Robinson Gold, who took second and third place overall in the precision category.

Special congratulations go to Captain Emily Fisher (not pictured), who scored first place for individual precision in both matches with 585-36 and 587-37 in the qualifiers then added top scores to achieve 688.5 and 690.4 in the finals (respectively).

Robinson Rifle Teams Place 2nd and 3rd Place at Queen Anne

The Robinson rifle team participated in the Maryland Junior Precision Air Rifle and 3P Metric State Championships, hosted by the Seaford High School NJROTC program, on Sunday 10 SEP 2017 in Centreville, MD.

Congratulations to our teams, who placed second and third in each championship match.

Special mention for individual performances by Emily Fisher, (5th place standing with 565-25x) and Emily, Jack Curry, and David Linkh, who placed 7, 8, and 9 in the 3P event, respectively.

 

More Rifle Camp Reports, July 2017

Robinson Rifle sent student athletes to two Civilian Marksmanship Program (CMP) camps on July 24-28, 2017 and the results were impressive!

Anniston CMP Camp July 24-28, 2017

photo credit: Coach Curry

 

Kat and Dillon McGrail, Jack Kersey and Jack Curry all participated in the CMP Camp in Anniston, AL. Dillon finished with a 460 (15th place) and is well on his way to obtaining his Letter, Kat finished with a 488 (12th place), Jack Kersey with a 557 (6th place), and Jack Curry finished with a 573 (3rd place). Both Jack Kersey and Jack Curry made it into the finals with Jack Kersey finishing 5th and Jack Curry finishing 4th. Additionally, Jack Curry won the Guts match.

 


Annapolis CMP Camp, July 24-28, 2017

Filling 11 of 33 precision slots at the CMP 3P Camp in Annapolis this past week, our Robinson Rifle athletes excelled, with 7 of our athletes earning personal bests. This included Riley Blackburn, who earned his varsity letter. Way to go, Riley!

photo credit: Coach Nolan

Grace Cason was among our athletes who garnered 5 of the top 10 spots in the EIC Cup Match at the end of camp, including 4 of the 8 slots in the finals, where Robinson finished 1-2-4-5. Earning Gold was Emily Fisher, while Jacob Bzdafka earned Silver. They were followed by Stefan Arseneau and Alison Chapman.

Emily also earned 4 EIC points towards her HS career goal of Junior Distinguished Shooter!

Earlier in the week, Jacob Bzdafka won top honors in the Guts Match. Congratulations to all our athletes for a week of hard work, with excellent results.


Congratulations to all our athletes for a week of hard work at both camps, the excellent results show that practice and patience pays off. Thank you to thecmp.org and also to our parents for making it all possible.

National Air Rifle Championships on June 22-23, 2017

Five members of the Robinson Rifle team earned invitations to the 2017 National Three-Position Air Rifle Championships in Port Clinton, OH on June 22-23.

Thursday, USAShooting ran the National Junior Olympic 3 Position (3P) Air Rifle Championships with strong showings from Emily Fisher with a 582 (placing 72nd individually for the match), Max Brabston and David Linkh both scoring 569.

The Civilian Marksmanship Program ran the National 3P Championships on Friday, and the Robinson Gold Team placed 36th overall with leaders Max Brabston shooting 577 and Emily Fisher scoring 576.

Robinson Takes Bronze in 3P Junior Olympics Qualifier

On February 18-19, 2017, the Robinson Rifle team participated in a virtual Junior Olympic qualifier match in conjunction with the Potomac High School Rifle League championship.

The Robinson Gold Team took third place in the Precision Division, earning bronze medals. Congratulations to our Robinson Gold team of: Max Brabston, Emily Fisher, Jamie McCarty, and Jack Curry, who fired a team score of 2296.

Max Brabston was high scorer for our team, and shot 583, the highest men’s score. Emily Fisher’s 579 was also among the top 10 scores. Jamie McCarty’s 574 was 13th among individuals, and Jack Curry’s 560 was equally important to both our 25 point margin over today’s 4th place team, and yesterday’s 1 point victory in our high school league championship.

Many of our teammates earned Excellence in Competition (EIC) pins, with valuable CMP Cup match points toward their high school career goal of Distinguished Marksman.

* Earning gold pins were 5: Max Brabston, Emily Fisher, Jamie McCarty, David Linkh, and Jack Curry.
* Earning silver pins were 3: Alison Chapman, Grace Cason, and Stefan Arseneau (who shot a 542 today).
* Earning bronze pins were 7: Alex North, Ryan Clark, Kat McGrail, Ben Jackson, Trevor Hill, Emma Ruffing, and Jack Kersey.

Other individual achievements included a personal best kneeling and number of bulls-eyes by Collin Manuel. Grace Cason earned top honors among our freshman, scoring 545. Alex North was high scorer among our sophomores.