Hefty Participation Marks CMP’s 2024 Three-Position Air Rifle Regional Matches

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The top athletes have been determined for the Civilian Marksmanship Program’s (CMP) Three-Position Regional Air Rifle Championship! The event was held in April at CMP’s own air gun competition centers in Ohio and Alabama as well as through the use of CMP’s mobile electronic range in Utah. Overall, the Regional Championship saw 632 athletes – a remarkable increase from the 483 individuals from last year’s competition and well more than the previous high participation of 515 juniors.

The annual, national-level competition series is designed for junior air rifle athletes involved in 4-H, Scouts, American Legion, club or JROTC sporter and precision air rifle programs. Participants begin with a postal match, followed by regional and national events. During the match, competitors fire from three positions: kneeling, prone and standing. Qualification scores are recorded each day, with the eight highest scoring marksmen from each discipline participating in a final on the firing line.

Carley Seabrooke (center) fired two new national records with her 20-shot standing score.

Special congratulations to Carley Seabrooke, 17, of Helena, Ala., who set two new national records – the American Legion and the Open/Overall 20 Shot Kneeling records – with her incredible score of 200-20X.

Overall individuals of the event throughout all locations included:


  1. Eryka Vazquez, 18, Mariner Army JROTC, FL – 1122-45X
  2. Bethany Shirley, 17, Walton County 4-H, GA – 1116-45X
  3. Brooklyn Zeigler, 16, Daniel Boone High School, TN – 1112-42X


  1. Makenzie Larson, 16, American Legion Post 109/TWS, CO – 1194-106X
  2. Carley Seabrooke, 17, American Legion Post 555/SCSSA, AL – 1191-94X
  3. Kameron Wells, 18, Granbury Marine Corps JROTC, TX – 1189-92X

Top overall teams:

Daniel Boone High School from Tennessee led the Precision Team competition.


  1. Daniel Boone High School, Tennessee – 4381-148X
  2. Mariner Army JROTC, Florida – 4356-141X
  3. Zion Benton High School, Illinois – 4352-123X
Sutter Union High School from California earned the top spot in the Sporter Team event.


  1. Sutter Union High School, California – 4711-329X
  2. Granbury Marine Corps JROTC, Texas – 4709-314X
  3. American Legion Post 295, Ohio – 4694-319X

The top three teams and top eight individuals were recognized with awards at each location. Third place individuals received $300 from the CMP, while second and first earned $400 and $500, respectively. Teams placing at each location were also recognized and presented with monetary awards: $800 for third, $1,200 for second and $1,500 for first overall.

The final event of the three-position competition series for qualifying teams and individuals will be the CMP National Championship, held at Camp Perry, Ohio, June 20-22 for sporter and July 8-10 for precision. Good luck to all!

Find a complete list of results of the CMP Three-Position Regional Air Rifle Championship, including listings by location, at https://ct.thecmp.org/2024CMPRegionalResults. Find a list of the National Championship Qualifiers at https://thecmp.org/youth/three-position-national-postal-competition/national-three-position-air-rifle-championships/. 

Photos of each location are available for free download through CMP’s online photo album at https://cmp1.zenfolio.com/f883771482.  

The Civilian Marksmanship Program is a federally chartered 501 (c) (3) non-profit corporation. It is dedicated to firearm safety and marksmanship training and to the promotion of marksmanship competition for citizens of the United States. For more information about the CMP and its programs, log onto www.TheCMP.org.

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