Actually, the traditional award of prizes with a proclamation at the shooting club Heimattreue Schwabbruck should have taken place in the spring.
But the corona pandemic did not allow that.
Recently, before the new restrictions, this was recently made up for.
- Schützenmeister Siegfried Linke welcomed about 40 shooters in the sports center.
Schützenkönig was Thomas Rehm with a 13.3 part, ahead of Sausage Queen Gisela Schleich with a 25.1 part and Pretzel Queen Silvia Feustle (29.1 part).
Johannes Seelos put the best low shot among the young shooters with a 20.0 division, followed by sausage king Fabian Sebralla (37.8 division) and pretzel king Bernhard Breitschädel (56.3 division).
Schwabbruck's youth kings: Johannes Seelos (center), Fabian Sebralla (left) and Bernhard Breitschädel.
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The ensign of the rifle club, Hans Gast, who has been extremely reliable for 50 years, donated a target for his anniversary, which was also shot in the context of the king's shooting.
Whoever came closest to the 50-part should win it.
And that was himself, of all people, although Gast of course stepped down and left the disc to the runner-up, Gisela Breitschädel.
She was all the more pleased because she had never won a disc in almost 40 years as a shooter.
In the “voucher disc” section, in which two sheets of paper were required for a shooter, youth leader Richard Heinrich was ahead of the game (32.0 + 39.4 = 71.4 T), followed by the shooter master Sigi Linke (80, 2 parts) and Marco Fischer (89.8 parts).
In the “gourmet disc” discipline, the table for gifts was generously set with sausage, meat and fruit baskets.
Marco Fischer was the first to use himself with a 14.7 divisor - ahead of Leonie Simbeck (15.5 divisors) and Elisabeth Sporrer (19.1 divisors).
Women: 1. Eva Breitschädel (95 rings), 2. Tessy Linke (92), 3. Daniela Ziegltrum (90);
Gentlemen: 1. Robert Breitschädel (87), 2. Richard Heinrich (84), 3. Johann Fischer (82);
Youth / Juniors: 1. David Waibel (85), 2. Pia Kögel (79), students: 1. Johannes Seelos (83), 2. Leni Kögel (78), 3. Louise Socher (77);
Champions of the year (10 shooting) women: 1. Daniela Ziegltrum (89.6 R,) 2. Tessy Linke (81.5), 3. Marianne Kleemann (81.2);
Gentlemen: 1. Thomas Rehm (90.3), 2. Johann Fischer (86.1), 3. Robert Breitschädel (82.1);
Youth / Juniors: 1st David Waibel (77.8), 2nd Pia Kögel (77.4), 3rd Bernhard Breitskull (62.7);
Students: 1. Johannes Seelos (71.8), 2. Fabian Sebralla (71.6), 3. Leonie Simbeck (67.7);
Women: 1. Gisela Breitschädel (93 rows), 2. Lisa Fischer (82), men: 1. Robert Kagermeier (95), 2. Johann Fischer (95), 3. Richard Heinrich (95);
Youth / Juniors: 1. Bernhard Breitschädel (81), students: 1. Jakob Strommer (74);
Annual champions (10 shooting) women: 1st Gisela Breitschädel (88.9), 2nd Lisa Fischer (75.6), men: 1st Robert Kagermeier (93.4), 2nd Johann Fischer (93.2), 3rd Richard Heinrich (92.7), juniors: Bernhard Breitschädel (79.8), pupils: Jakob Strommer (69.6).