Match Schedule

Wednesday, August 26, 2015

Sign-ups for Frazier Simplex Junior Rifle Club

Sign-ups for the Frazier Simplex Junior Rifle Club 2015-2016 Shooting Season will be held at the rifle range on Sunday, September 20, 2015 between 1:00 pm and 3:00 pm.  The 2015-2016 Shooting Season begins the week of October 5, 2015.
If you plan to shoot this season, you must register by September 20, 2015.  You may pre-register, however, thereby avoiding having to attend the September 20, 2015 sign-ups, so long as your application and registration fee is mailed and postmarked by Monday, September 14, 2015.  Application forms are attached.  Please make sure your application is completely and legibly filled out.  We’ll do our best to accommodate your preference for night and time, but cannot guarantee it.  Keep in mind that advanced shooters should try to schedule for Monday evenings, intermediate shooters for Tuesday evenings, and beginners for Thursday evenings.  We will not permit advanced shooters to schedule for Thursday evenings unless there are extenuating circumstances. 
If you are registering by mail, make your check payable to “Frazier Jr. Club” in the amount of $85* and be sure to include the check with your application. 
Your application and payment should be sent to:
Frazier Simplex Junior Rifle Club
c/o Scott Leckie
357 Woodside Drive
Washington, PA  15301

            Please keep in mind that if you don’t pre-register by mail, you need to show up at sign-ups on September 20, 2015 to ensure there is a place for you to shoot during the 2014-2015 season. 

            Note that pre-registration is only available to Juniors who have shot previously with Frazier Junior Club or 4-H, or both.  All new junior shooters must sign up in person on September 20th

Tuesday, August 4, 2015

Lovre Sets New Record at the 2015 National Matches

Congratulations to Matt Lovre on his recent accomplishment. This article segment was originally posted on the CMP's eMagazine The First Shot written by Ashley Brugnone, CMP Writer. 
Full article can be found here: 

High junior of the match was Matthew Lovre, 18, of Jeannete, PA, with an exceptional aggregate score of 391-14x – a new National Record. After missing the President’s Hundred last year by one point, Lovre did more than make up for that point lost by finishing this year in eighth place overall.

High junior of the match was Matthew Lovre of Jeannete, PA, with an exceptional aggregate score of 391-14x – a new National Record. He finished in eighth place overall.
With his remarkable Shoot Off performance of 98-3x, Lovre managed to keep a calm demeanor throughout the competition – even alongside some of the best marksmen in the world.

“It’s an honor to see some of the nation’s greatest shots here all on one line, competing for such a magnificent trophy and championship,” he said. He went on, “I enjoy what I do very much. I don’t get nervous. I’m out here for fun.”

In the past, Lovre has taken advantage of the educational opportunities offered by the CMP during the National Matches, such as the Small Arms Firing School and the USMC Junior Highpower Clinic. He’s also connected with the PRPA (Pennsylvania Rifle & Pistol Association) and traveled with the group to Camp Perry for the fourth year.

“Now, I’ll just hang my plaque on the wall and get ready for next year,” he said. “I want to thank the CMP for holding these matches. I enjoy them very much, and so do all of our juniors.”

For a complete list of results, visit

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Washington County 4H Youth win Silver Medals at National matches

Team PA small-bore rifle took home the SILVER Medal in the overall 3 day competition at the 4H National matches at Grand Island, Nebraska this summer. With 24 state teams (77 individuals) participating in the small-bore rifle event, Frazier Simplex's Zachary Nicollella won the overall individual SILVER Medal for this event. Anthony Schidanno from Mifflin County, PA placed 6th overall.

In air rifle, Team PA placed 9th overall with 23 States participating. Grace Lengauer was the highest placing individual PA competitor to take home 11th place overall.

Team Pennsylvania has made the trip to the 4H Nationals 7 times and has taken home GOLD medals in the NRA 3 position small-bore competitions 5 times and SILVER medals the other two times. This year, 14 youth competitors from PA attended the event participating in small-bore rifle, air rifle, air pistol, shotgun and archery. This trip is funded by individual fundraising and donations from the NRA Foundation and Sportsman's Clubs from around the state. This year, a sizable donation was given by the Claysville Sportsman's club. Thank you!!

Front L to R: Ashlee Hobgood, Air Pistol; Zachary Nicolella, SB Rifle; Anthony Schfianno, SB Rifle; Kaylee Hobgood, SB Rifle; Mackenzie Wagner, SB Rifle; Grace Lengauer, Air Rifle. Back L to R: Hunter Moore, Air Rifle; Dave Duer, SB Coach; Jim Wagner, Air Rifle Coach; Jim Husk (not pictured) State 4H Head Coach.

Everybody in picture from Washington County except Anthony Schfianno, Mifflin County.

Saturday, May 2, 2015

Young Men of Frazier Simplex at the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships

Congratulations and best of luck to the young men of Frazier Simplex Jr. Rifle Club who are currently participating in the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

They are: Thomas Welch, Matt Lovre, Christopher Thomas and Luke Knowlinger.

Our congratulations goes out to all of the PA competitors from all of our great clubs throughout the Commonwealth. They are: Josh Martin, Jack Anderson, Luke Johnson, Caleb Lloyd, Cullen Wargo, Nicholas Borelle, Wyatt Openshaw, Kyle Ordille, Issac Whitaker, Hunter Deremer, Brandon Meier, Tony Jackson, Luke Messner, Homer Gardner, Zachary Ritchey, and Ian Coyne.

Best of luck gentlemen!

Sunday, April 19, 2015

Frazier Simplex at the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships

Congratulations and best of luck to the young women of Frazier Simplex Jr. Rifle Club (past and present) who are currently participating in the 2015 National Junior Olympic Championships at the Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.
L to R: Nicholle (J1), Ariana (J1), Cassidy (J2), and Rosebud (J3)

Friday, April 17, 2015

Seven Pennsylvania Precision 3P Air Rifle Teams Invited to the National Championships

On June 22-26, 2015, the National Three Position Air Rifle Championships will be held at the Civilian Marksmanship Program's (CMP) Competition Center South range in Anniston, Alabama.

Of the 27 precision air rifle teams invited to this prestigious event, seven of them are from Pennsylvania. This represents 26% of the precision teams invited to this 3rd annual event. It also goes to prove that Pennsylvania has a great program to continue feeding our NCAA D1 colleges and possible Olympians.

Congratulations to the six clubs that make up the seven precision teams. The clubs represented are: 
Frazier Simplex (2 teams)
Oil City

Also, congratulations to Amanda Ruffner who was invited to compete as an individual from the Alexandria club.

See full details at this website:

Here is the invitation list:

Saturday, March 28, 2015

Frazier Simplex Junior Shooters at CMP Regionals March 27-28

Welcome to the newest members of the Frazier Simplex Junior Rifle Traveling Team, Haley, Becca & Zach. All three of them made their first trip to Camp Perry north campus this past weekend and put up a great showing. Haley and Becca are very new to 3P Air Rifle shooting, but you would never know that with their performance this weekend. Haley posted a perfect 200 in prone on her first day and first leg of her competition ending with a 578 for the day. Becca posted a 575 and a 570 to help her team place 9th overall for the weekend. Rounding out this team was Luke and Thomas.
Back Row, L to R: John Paul, Chris, Luke, Zach, Thomas
Front Row, L to R: Cassidy, Becca, Haley & Rosebud

Zachary's first day of competition proved to be a great one when he posted the team high score on Friday of 580. Zach's aggregate score over two days of 1146 66x helped his team reach 7th overall for the weekend. Rounding out this team was John Paul, Chris and Cassidy.

Our youngest member of our team, Rosebud, is performing very well and shooting better with each match. This weekend she posted a 558 and a 560. Keep up the great work Rosebud.

Congratulations to all of the competitors and we hope to have scored high enough to get invited to the National Championship in Anniston, AL in June.