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Clays for a cause

Jordan Magaziner Steinfeld
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  • Stephen Jones, Peter Kaldis, Matthew Moncrief and Travis Cassin

    Second-place winners Team HighTower Texas, including Stephen Jones, Peter Kaldis, Matthew Moncrief and Travis Cassin. (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

  • James Baker and David Elder

    James Baker and David Elder (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

  • Mike Peters and Martin Rubio

    Mike Peters and Martin Rubio (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

  • Stephen Jones, Peter Kaldis, Matthew Moncrief and Travis Cassin
  • James Baker and David Elder
  • Mike Peters and Martin Rubio

Chinquapin Preparatory School’s eighth annual sporting-clays tournament brought together nearly 250 shooters for a day of shooting, music, BBQ and an auction. Event co-chairs were Freddie Barela, Sam Bowen Jr., Andrew Kollaer and Will McDaniel. This year, first-place winners were Team Simmons Energy, led by James Baker, Mark Adamson, David Elder and Brian Roche. Locke Lord’s team – Mike Peters, Larry Lee, Robert Lee and Martin Rubio – took the Top Flurry Spot. Many teams vied for the coveted “Dead Ass Last” trophy, and the lucky team included John Athon, Bryan Athon and Joe Solis. Proceeds support Chinquapin's mission, including providing a rigorous college-prep education for sixth-12th graders from underserved communities.

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Stephen Jones, Peter Kaldis, Matthew Moncrief and Travis Cassin

Second-place winners Team HighTower Texas, including Stephen Jones, Peter Kaldis, Matthew Moncrief and Travis Cassin. (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

James Baker and David Elder

James Baker and David Elder (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

Mike Peters and Martin Rubio

Mike Peters and Martin Rubio (Photo: Aby Cisneros)

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