By Danielle Sturgis | September 23 2009 15:46

Philip Hemphill and Robert Vadasz

Congratulations to Captain Philip Hemphill of the Mississippi Highway Patrol. He is now 10-time National Police Shooting Champion.

Hemphill (left) is pictured above chatting with last year's champion and this year's 2nd place winner Robert Vadasz of the U.S. Border Patrol. The following scores were just handed down by the NPSC Stat Office:

  • First Place- Philip Hemphill of the Mississippi Highway Patrol 2989-215x
  • Second Place- Robert Vadasz of the U.S. Border Patrol 2976-219x
  • Third Place- Enoch Smith of the U.S. Border Patrol 2976-193x
  • High Woman- Gina Hernandez of the U.S. Border Patrol 2964-164x
  • High New Shooter- David Venables of the Houston Police Department 2962-158x
  • High-Non U.S. Citizen- Emil Fejer of the Police of the Czech Republic 2938-142x
  • High Reserve Officer- Virgil Scott of the Jefferson County Sheriff Department 2891-119x
  • High State Trooper- Philip Hemphill of the Mississippi Highway Patrol 2989-215x
  • High Conservation Officer- Michael Dowd of the Colorado State Parks 2966-179x
  • High Retired Officer- Larry Malin of the New Mexico Mounted Patrol 2943-150x
  • High Retired Officer Over 61- John Pride 2960-165x
  • High Sheriff-Deputy Sheriff- Jerry Eason of the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department 2957-183x

Congratulations to all National Police Shooting Championship competitors!

Don't go far. NRAblog will be reporting from the Awards Ceremony at 7 p.m. MT.

A complete list of results:

  • 1st overall High Master- Kevin Worrel of the United States Border Patrol 2973-203x
  • 2nd overall High Master- Michael Dowd of the Colorado State Parks 2966-179x
  • 3rd overall High Master- John Poole of the United States Border Patrol 2964-191x
  • 4th Overall High Master- Jeff Morrison of the United States Border Patrol 2964-174x
  • 5th overall High Master- Gina Hernandez of the United States Border Patrol 2964-164x
  • 6th overall High Master- David Vanables of the Houston Police Department 2962-158x
  • 7th overall High Master- John Pride of the U.S. Border Patrol 2960-165x
  • 8th overall High Master- Jerry Eason of the Sacramento Co. Sheriff's Department 2957-183x
  • 9th overall High Master- Staphanie Diaz of the Los Angeles Police Department 2957-160x
  • 10th overall High Master- Robert Barnes of the Los Angeles Police Department  2953-162x

 

  • 1st overall Master- Brett Sullivan of the United States Border Patrol 2962-171x
  • 2nd overall Master- Sean Vasquez of Immigration and Customs Enforcement 2946-150x
  • 3rd overall Master- Claude Piazza of MWEOAI 2942-155x
  • 4th overall Master- George Kevanian of IRS-CID 2942-152x
  • 5th overall Master- Cathy Schroeder of the FBI 2941-163x
  • 6th overall Master- Alaric Mason of Customs and Border Protection 2941-148x
  • 7th overall Master- Dennis Weaver of the Mississippi Highway Patrol 2940-144x
  • 8th overall Master- Emil Fejer of the Police of the Czech Republic 2938-142x
  • 9th overall Master- Robert Conrad of the Iowa State Patrol 2935-136x
  • 10th overall Master- Charles Blohm, JR. of the Shelby Co. Sheriff's Officer 2934-147x

 

  • 1st overall Marksman- Karim Bernoti of Policia Nacional de Venezuela 2897-116x
  • 2nd overall Marksman- Adam Kovatch of United States Border Patrol 2894-114x
  • 3rd overall Marksman- Frank Reger of the Louisiana Depart. of Wildlife 2873-107x
  • 4th overall Marksman- James Griffiths of the Michigan State Police 2872-104x
  • 5th overall Marksman- Louis Guenther of the Albuquerque Police Depart. 2869-104x
  • 6th overall Marksman- Grant Brooks of the Oklahoma City Police Dept. 2859-114x
  • 7th overall Marksman- Andy Baldrige 2858-107x
  • 8th overall Marksman- Thomas Luna of the Los Angeles Police Department 2831-139x
  • 9th overall Marksman- Jared Waller of the Mississippi Highway Patrol 2829-106x
  • 10th overall Marksman- David Diller of the Illinois State Police 2820-87x

 

  • 1st overall Classified- Paul Reger of the Glendale Police 2797-64x
  • 2nd overall Classified- James "Todd" Jennings of the Texas Department of Public Safety 2789-68x
  • 3rd overall Classified- Richard Griner of the Tampa Police Department 2788-69x
  • 4th overall Classified- Ben Butler of the Mississippi Department of Transportation 2785-84x
  • 5th overall Classified- Robert Labadie of the Oklahoma City Police Department 2753-77x
  • 6th overall Classified- Tyler Nitz of the Lincoln Police Dept. 2743-76x
  • 7th overall Classified- Elias Ahmar of the Policia Metro Venezuela 2740-62x
  • 8th overall Classified- Brain Ham of the Missouri Department of Conservtion 2726-79x
  • 9th overall Classified- Sara Marie Blohm of the Memphis Police Department 2709-61x
  • 10 overall Classified- Joseph Gutierrez of the Los Angeles Police Department 2700-82x

 

  • 1st overall Unclassified- David Farley of Muscogee CO SO 2894-121x
  • 2nd overall Unclassified- Steven Embrich of the Los Angeles Police Department 2865-103x
  • 3rd overall Unclassified- James Goodwin of the Las Vegas Metro Police Depart. 2795-70x
  • 4th overall Unclassified- Howard Overton of the Fremont County Sheriff's Office 2784-85x
  • 5th overall Unclassified- Michael Lane of the Lewisville Police Department 2777-83x
  • 6th overall Unclassified- Gary Brown JR. of the New York State Dept. 2730-62x
  • 7th overall Unclassified- Rick Neal of Neal Group Int., INC. 2622-55x
  • 8th overall Unclassified- Jim Adler of the Madera Co. Sheriff's Department 2585-49x
  • 9th overall Unclassified- Gordon Duthie of the Canada Border Service 2487-48x
  • 10th overall Unclassified- Jimmy Ramirez of the Las Vegas Metro Police Depart. 2478-63x
     

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