Jim Pemble of Sac City took off with one of the highest honors, winning the Championship singles trophy. In the Championship singles which is 200 targets, you shoot one hundred first and when everyone gets done, you go out and shoot another one hundred. After the first hundred were hit by Pemble it was mentioned that the winner should buy supper, and Pemble stated that if he could hit another hundred he would gladly buy supper. There were 10 people in the group and the Texas RoadHouse was very glad to see them. The food was excellent and Pemble did the honors and bought supper. Pemble, also, was inducted into the contributory 2012 Hall of Fame for his many years of service as a director for the Northwest Zone of Iowa.
The shoot divides shooters in the following way - Sub Veterans age 55-65, Veteran age 65-70, and Sr. Veterans age 70+.
Other trophies won by Jim Pemble were Thursday's Hawkeye Singles-Resident Sr. Veteran with 98 and Preliminary Doubles-Resident Sr. Veteran score 93; Friday's Preliminary Doubles-Resident Sr. Veteran with 87; and Saturday's Championship Singles-Resident Champion with a score of 200.
Gary Mahood of Ida Grove won trophies in Wednesday's Handicap-Resident Sr. Veteran with a score of 95 and Thursday's Hawkeye Singles-Resident Class D was runner up with score of 95.
Jim Roeder of Schaller had trophies in Friday's Preliminary Doubles-Resident Veteran with a score of 89 and Friday's Championship Doubles-Resident Class D and a score of 92.
Ray Dentlinger of Storm Lake shot in Sunday's Champion Handicap-Resident Sub-Veteran with a score of 98 to win a trophy.
Gary Stille of Storm Lake had trophies in the following: Thursday's Handicap-Resident 25-26 yards with a score of 96; Friday's Championship Doubles-Resident Class AA with Score of 95; Saturday's Championship Singles-Resident Class AA was runner up with score of 198; Saturday's Handicap-Resident 25-26 yards scored 95; Sunday Championship Handicap-Resident took 3rd place with a score of 97; Gary was Resident Champion with high all around score - shooting 100 doubles, 100 handicap, 200 singles and a final score of 390. He was also high over all Resident Runner up, shooting 1052 out of 1100 targets.
Michael Christiansen of Newell gained a trophy in Friday's Handicap and was resident runner up with a score of 95.
Gary Stille also made the State Men's Team consisting of 12 members with the highest score having shot at least 2500 singles, 2000 handicap, and 1500 doubles. He made the team with an average of 92.56.
Other people participating at the State Shoot from the surrounding area were Bill Wellendorf of Ida Grove and John an Austin Tiefenthaler of Holstein.