Below: Left to right; Victoria Hart-Tillotson, Stain Durand, Merriella Sluyter, Cheneille Hall and Madison McIsaac. (Photos supplied)

Kitimat cadets blast their way to ninth provincially

Despite having two new members, they excelled

Even with two new members having joined the team recently the Kitimat Cadets won ninth place at the 2019 Provincial Marksmanship Competition held in Vernon from April 13 to 15.

Competing against teams from across the province, the members all shot personal bests, with Victoria Hart-Tillotson finishing nationally as a junior competitor (under 15).

In addition to finishing ninth the team won the zones competition, winning against Terrace Air Cadets by six points.

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Victoria Hart-Tillotson in action. (Photo supplied)

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