Fraley - JROTC Cadet at Nationals Championship

UPDATE: Jayne Fraley placed 7th out of just over 100 competitors.

7500 competitors in the postal qualifier back in December 2018. 800 qualified competing in individual service championships back in February 2019. 225 invited to all service championships 22-23 March 2019. Jayne finished 7th overall.

 

Good luck to Jayne Fraley, JROTC cadet!

Good luck to Jayne Fraley, JROTC cadet!

Jayne will be competing at  JROTC All Services Championship

March 22 and 23      

Anniston, Alabama

 

 

Competitors are the best teams and individuals from the Army, Navy, Air Force and Marine Corps JROTC Programs.

Jayne qualified by placing 3rd in the the Army Service Championships in February.

 

 

 

 

 

2019 JROTC National Championship  

 

She is in Relay C on the attached program. 

 

The times are listed in Central Time Zone. 

Here is the link for the live targets: http://thecmp.org/competitions/live-targets/ 

 

21 March Thursday 

1000-1200  Pacific Time - Practice round

 

22 March Friday 

1000 – 1125  - First Round Competition

 

23 March Saturday 

0600 – 0725 Pacific Time, Second Round Competition

1215 – 1300 Finals (Top 8 Individuals shoot against each other)

1630 Closing Banquet and Award Ceremony Talladega Super Speedway

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
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ARMY NATIONALS

February 13, 2019

 

This past weekend Jayne Fraley competed against other Army JROTC programs across the United States. She competes on a precision class air rifle team in the JROTC program at the Oregon City High School, and qualified individually to compete in a higher level of competition. The competition was hosted by the Civilian Marksmanship Program at a location in Chandler, Arizona. On her first day of competition, Jayne finished with a score of 592 out of 600, just 2 points out of first place. On the second day of the match, Jayne shot a 586 out of 600. Later that day she competed in the final and ended up taking 3rd place overall.

 

Jayne Fraley practices with the JROTC program and with Tri-County Gun Club’s junior precision team. She is the current smallbore state champion and will be going to the Junior Olympics in April. She is looking at competing on the United States Naval Academy Rifle Team next year on a full scholarship.