Twenty-two youth set to compete at 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships

Twenty-two youth set to compete at 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships

Twenty-two 4-H members will represent Nebraska at the 2022 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships held at the Heartland Public Shooting Park in Grand Island, Nebraska from June 26 to July 1. The event will bring together 4-H members from across the nation. Approximately 685 competitors from 39 states will convene in Grand Island to compete. The event features competitions across nine shooting sports disciplines including compound archery, recurve archery, air rifle, air pistol, .22 rifle, .22 pistol, shotgun, muzzleloading, and hunting skills. 

The Nebraska 4-H shotgun team, coached by John Lilly, includes: 

  • Syras Boston, York County
  • Sheyenne Morgan, Rock County
  • Andrew Koehlmoos, Holt County
  • Michael Day, Sarpy County

Members of the Nebraska 4-H air rifle team, coached by Darin Gruenke, include: 

  • Keiziah Connell, Dixon County
  • Rachael Thomas, Stanton County
  • Dylan Glendy, Custer County

Youth on .22 rifle team, coached by Todd Knutson, include:

  • Kurissa Mizner, Holt county
  • Risken Dawson, Holt County
  • Kyle Rote, Garden County
  • Maya Knutson, Cedar County

The compound archery team, coached by Matt Carmin, consists of: 

  • Taylor Rath, Douglas County
  • Lilly Hanley, Lancaster County
  • Bo Behlen, Platte County
  • Sam Bissell, Buffalo County

The recurve archery team, coached by Jeff Goble, includes:

  • Parker Walahoski, Dawson County
  • Dylan Naslund, Cherry County
  • Isaac Olsen, Banner County

Members of the muzzleloading team, coached by Mike Erickson, include: 

  • Matt Koehlmoos, Holt County
  • Kelsey Howard, Holt County
  • Kylee Howard, Holt County
  • Justin Warembourg, Hayes County

The 2022 4-H Shooting Sports National Championships are hosted by Nebraska 4-H and the National 4-H Shooting Sports Committee. For more information, visit