Missouri State Skeet Association

2018 & 2017 Missouri Honors based on 2017 or 2016 records
Updated 3/9/2018

For previous years, see Archives Pages


MSSA
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MSSA Hall of Fame, including Charlie Smith Award Winners.

All Time State Champions, a list in process of being developed.

Missouri's All Americans
For historic All-Americans, visit the All Time All American Page

For 2018, based on 2017 scores
For 2017, based on 2016 scores
  • Doug Kyle - Open HM Team li>James R. Barnard, III - Collegiate 1st Team
  • Tommy R. Moore - Veteran 2nd Team
  • Arvel Mendenhall - Senior Veteran HM Team
  • Mason Kinder - Rookie 2nd Team
  • James R. Barnard, III - Open 2nd Team, Collegiate 1st Team
  • Wayne Ray Kidd, Jr. - Triple-Sub 1st Team
  • Josh L. Beard - Triple-Sub HM Team
  • Bill Spurlock - Senior 2nd Team
  • Tommy R. Moore - Veteran 1st Team
  • Arvel Mendenhall - Senior Veteran HM Team

Missouri's Class All-American Team Members
    For 2018, based on 2017 scores
    For 2017, based on 2016 scores
      • James Barnard, III - AAA 2nd Team
      • Mark Presnell - A 2nd Team
      • Kevin Hess - B 2nd Team
      • Michael Burrell - D 1st Team
      • Charles Dean Rapp - D 2nd Team
      • Marshall Wilson - D Honorable Mention
      • Mason Kinder - E 1st Team
    • Wayne Ray Kidd - AAA Honorable Mention
    • Bill Spurlock - AA Honorable Mention
    • Josh Beard - C 1st Team
    • Donald Beard - D 2nd Team
    • Charles Dean Rapp - D Honorable Mention


    Missouri's High Lifetime Target Leaders
    as of 2017 Season
    100,000 targets & up
    * marks inactive shooters in 2017
    Missouri's High Target Volume Leaders for 2017
    5000+ targets
    1. Tommy Moore - 301,575
    2. Archie Alexander - 220,686
    3. Bill Spurlock - 192,050
    4. Ted Hatfield - 190,850
    5. Arvel Mendenhall - 187,400
    6. Bill Wayne - 157,375
    7. J.B. Barnard - 153,600
    8. Vickie Stevens-McKinley - 153,350
    9. * John Nooter - 148,650
    10. Rob Gyngard - 148,000
    11. * Hub Breuer - 110,125
    12. * Stan Harris - 104,900
    13. * Bruce Moreland - 101,450
    1.  6,550 - Doug Kyle
    2.  6,025 - Tommy Moore
    3.  5,950 - Mike Burrell
    4.  5,950 - Marshall Wilson
    5.  5,700 - Kevin Hess
    6.  5,050 - Mark Presnell


    Missouri's Active Membership Leaders
    NSSA Annual shows at least 25 years shooting registered
    targets as of 2017 season

    * marks inactive shooters in 2017
    Missouri Points Challenge Winners
    1. 51 years - * Ted Hatfield
    2. 50 years - Bill Wayne
    3. 42 years - Archie Alexander, Gary Cooper & James Lack
    4. 41 years - *Charles Smith
    5. 40 years - Rob Gyngard & *Jim Ernst,
    6. 39 years - Glenn Duncan
    7. 38 years - *John Weir
    8. 37 years - *Bill Rader
    9. 32 years - Phil Smiddy, *Guy Buck , *Glenn Ernst & *Bert Boyer
    10. 31 years - *Richard Evans & *Hub Breuer
    11. 29 years - Jeff Nichols
    12. 28 years - *Burr Moss
    13. 25 years - J.B. Barnard & *Ade Mueller
    See Points Challenge Page for leaders over last 2 seasons.
    State Teams

    See State Teams Page for most recent year's team and links to state team records since 2001.

    Schedule
    of Registered Shoots
    Clubs
    and skeet ranges in Missouri
    Honors
    earned by Missouri shooters

    includes all-time All Americans
    Updated 3/9/2018
    All Time State Champions
    Updated October 2017
    State Team
    Minutes, Reports and Important Documents
    Updated October 2017
    Marco Polo Outfitters Missouri Points Challenge
    information on Missouri's frequent shooter program

    2017 final standings
    MSSA Newsletters
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