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Team Beretta Shooters Win 12 Podium Honors at 2019 North Central Regional

June 20, 2019 08:22 AM
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Team Beretta shooters recently achieved 12 podium honors in 5 different events at last week’s 2019 North Central Regional at Claythorne Lodge in Columbus, KS.

Team Beretta members in attendance at this competition included Zachary Kienbaum, Joseph Fanizzi, Meagan Harrington, Desirae Edmunds, Jared Greenwood, Diane Sorantino, and Dominic Gross.

Kienbaum, who shoots with a standard Beretta DT11, achieved a champion podium honor in the main event with a score of 195 out of 200 targets, after winning a close shoot-off with the runner-up.

He also secured an additional champion podium honor and a runner-up podium finish in the 5-Stand and Super Sporting events, after two more shoot-offs, with scores of 98/100 and 50/50, respectively.

Fanizzi, shooting with an A400 Xcel Sporting Black Edition, topped the podium as the sub-junior champion in the main event with a score of 189 out of 200 targets, besting the runner-up finisher by 6 targets. He also secured two additional champion podium honors in the Freedom Cup (sub-junior) and Kolar Classic FITASC (junior) events with scores of 92/100 and 184/200, respectively.

Additionally, Fanizzi, a junior Team Beretta shooter, also achieved a runner-up and third-place podium finish in the 5-Stand and Super Sporting events with scores of 96/100 and 47/50, respectively.

Harrington, a junior Team Beretta shooter who competes with a Beretta 692 Black, attained a ladies runner-up podium finish in the main event with a score of 180 out of 200 targets, besting her nearest competitor by one target. She also brought home an additional ladies runner-up podium finish in the 5-Stand event with a score of 94 targets out of 100.

Greenwood, a junior Team Beretta shooter, secured a runner-up podium finish in the junior Freedom Cup event with a score of 93 out of 100 targets.

Edmunds, who shoots with a Beretta DT11 L, topped the podium in the ladies 5-Stand event with a score of 95 out of 100 targets, just one target above her fellow teammate Meagan Harrington.

Sorantino and Gross battled against some tough competitors and finished in the top ten for each event in which they competed.

Team Beretta shooters will continue their season at the upcoming 2019 World FITASC at E.J. Churchill Shooting Grounds in London, England from July 11-14.

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