By Lindsey J. Morgan | August 10 2012 12:45

High Power competitors are struggling with wind and rain in Ohio

A competitor during the NRA's National Championship Cavalry Cup Match

Port Clinton, Ohio - The second-to-last match of the High Power National Championships has been shot. Competitors' scores were lower than expected for the first match of the day, most likely due to the ongoing wind and rain. Although competitors were dealt typical Camp Perry conditions, our top two competitors, Gallagher and Bernosky, were able to push forward and improve their scores for the Cavalry Cup Match.

Gallagher shot an excellent 200-16x putting her in first for the Calvary Cup Match. Although Bernosky is not in the top five competitors for this match, he is still ahead of Gallagher by two points in the overall championship. It all comes down to the last match of the day which is being shot right now.

Will Bernosky win his tenth Championship or will he let the weather get the best of him and allow Gallagher to win?

Cavalry Cup Match — Match 451
Place Competitor Score
1       Sherri Gallagher 200-16x
2       Brandon Green 200-15x
3       Nickolas Patch 200-14x
4       Norman Anderson 200-13x
5       Samuel Freeman 200-13x

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