Team Beretta shooters recently achieved 10 podiums honors between two concurrent regional competitions last week.
Team Beretta members in attendance at the 2019 Montana Western Challenge included Zachary Kienbaum and Desirae Edmunds. Concurrently, Anthony Matarese and Diane Sorantino attended the 2019 Great American competition at Hopkins Game Farm in Kennedyville, MD.
Kienbaum, who shoots with a standard Beretta DT11, topped the podium in the main event as the HOA champion with a score of 191 out of 200 targets. He secured two additional champion podium honors in the FITASC and preliminary events with scores of 93/100 and 97/100 targets, respectively.
Edmunds, shooting with a Beretta DT11 L, achieved a third-place podium honor in the overall main event, and a concurrent ladies champion title, with a score of 180 targets out of 200. Similarly, she also won an additional third-place overall and ladies champion podium honor in the FITASC event with a score of 91 out of 100 targets.
Edmunds topped the podium another two times in the preliminary and Super Sporting events with scores of 87/100 and 45/50 targets, respectively.
Concurrently, Matarese topped the podium at the 2019 Great American HOA Champion with a score of 98 out of 100 targets. Matarese won this same title back in 1999 at just 14 years old.
Sorantino, shooting with a Beretta A400 Xcel, brought home a ladies runner-up and champion podium honor in the main and FITASC events with scores of 82/100 and 42/50 targets, respectively.
Team Beretta shooters will continue their season at the upcoming 2019 Northeast Regionals held at Cardinal Shooting Center in Marengo, OH from September 4-8.
About Team Beretta:
Team Beretta, founded in the early 1980s, is a team of professional shooters of various ages and experience that compete as Brand Ambassadors for Beretta USA in the fields of trap, skeet, sporting clay, pistol, 3-gun, and precision long range competitive shooting. Since 1977, Beretta has led the way in all forms of competitive shooting sports and continues to strive for excellence. During the 2016 Olympic Games, Team Beretta shooters took ten out of the possible fifteen podiums in trap, double trap, and skeet shooting events. Team Beretta shooters not only compete at the highest professional levels as well as at national and regional competitions, but they also mentor and train future competitors.