JoAnna O’Neill and Tessa Snyder Receive Junior Distinguished Shooter Badges

Junior Distinguished Shooters JoAnna O’Neill, left, and Tessa Snyder, right, receive their Junior Distinguished Shooter badges from LAHS alumni Jodi-Cull Host, center. Photo by Jodi Thomas

JROTC News:

Two Los Alamos High School NJROTC shooters received their Junior Distinguished Shooter badges at the recent marksmanship banquet.

LCDR Wes Shumaker asked former LAHS shooter Jodi Cull-Host to pin the badges on senior Tessa Snyder and sophomore JoAnna O’Neill. Cull-Host was the first LAHS shooter to be awarded the badge, Snyder was the second, and O’Neill the third and youngest.

The Junior Distinguished Badge is awarded to school-age junior three-position air rifle shooters who distinguish themselves by attaining a series of high rankings in designated major junior air rifle championships that include State Junior Olympic Qualifiers, CMP Cup Matches, the National Junior Olympic Championships and other National Council Three-Position Air Rifle Championships.

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