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The Arizona State Trapshooting Association
presents the
4th Annual Hall of Fame Classic
1985
C.W. (PETE FERRO
DR. KARL HARRIS
GLENN HARRISON
JERRY HAUSER
BYRON KEMP
H.H. (SAM) SAUM
LYNN WHITE
CARL H. (SKEET) YOUNG
BEN F. YOUNGKER
1986
MYRON BABBY
MAGGIE CARMICHAEL
JACK FRENCH
JIM STOCK
A.C. THOMAS
JIM VEASE
1987
DAVID L. COOK
NANCY PLACE
DAVID S. QUAN
1988
PAUL BIANCO
BILL COFFIN
DON FINICAL
JOHN ICKES
1989
A.R. (TONY) GORENC
RAY MARTIN
1991
CALVIN MCCONNELL
1992
E.O. (RED) BOWERS
1993
RICHARD SHEPHERD
1994
ROBERT FRANCIS
1995
FRED SCHEER
1997
JACK UTLEY
1998
HARRY GRUENWALD
2000
FRED FRAZIER
2003
AL FLOSS
2004
DENNIS WESTERLIN
2005
DOUGLAS HAWKINS
2007
HAL GETZAN
BILL HEADSTREAM
TIM ROBB
2009
PAUL DOETSCH
JIM GRIDER
RICHARD GOERLICH
2010
JAMES SHARP
PAUL WOLF
2011
JOHN (GUNNY) SCANLON
2012
BETTY SACKETT
TEMPLE YOUNG
2013
SCOTT MCCLELLAND
2014
ROGER COVELESKIE
It’s that time of year again and you are invited to join us for our
Annual Arizona Hall of Fame Classic. Since its inception in 2011,
the Hall of Fame Shoot has become a fun and special event to
honor past Hall of Fame members and usher in the new.
This year we are happy to present Roger Coveleskie as our
2014 honoree. Roger is well known, not only to shooters and
clubs around Arizona, but nationally as well. His long list of impressive wins throughout the years is testament to his enduring
shooting skills and excellence.
The induction ceremony and festivities will follow Saturday’s
Hall of Fame Singles. Refreshments will be served, compliments
of ASTA. Please plan to join the fun and camaraderie with fellow shooters, friends and family.
The Zone Team Challenge continues as a friendly competition
between the Arizona Zones. Last year, we saw the Central
Zone topple the previously undefeated Northern Zone to claim
the Zone Team Champ title. The winning Zone team receives
$500 and each member receives a custom belt buckle to commemorate their achievement. Good luck to all Zone Challenge
teams this year! The individual resident High All Around winner
from each Zone is also awarded a beautiful buckle plus $100.
Please see the complete details and rules on Page 11.
Many thanks to the Arizona Youth Trapshooting Association for
again, making it possible to offer reduced entry fees to our resident Sub Junior and Junior shooters for all events during the
tournament.
Our appreciation and thanks to the Ben Avery Clay Target Center and the PDC Group for their hospitality. And, a special thank
you to all participants for their continued support of the Hall of
Fame Classic. See you there!
The ASTA Board of Directors
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Welcome to the
Ben Avery Clay Target Center
Rules
1. Arizona Residents must be current ASTA members at the time of classification/entry.
2. Daily Fees: ATA $3 — ASTA $3, will be charged once per day/participant.
5060 W. Skeet St, Phoenix, AZ 85086
623-434-8119
www.azgfd.gov/ctc
Directions: The Clay Target Center is located on the Carefree Highway 1.5
miles west of I-17. At the stoplight, turn north into the Ben Avery Shooting
Facility and follow the signs to the CTC.
RV/Camping Information - 623-434-8119
The Ben Avery Clay Target Center has 102 RV spots with full service. (30 and
50 amps).
This certifies the AZGFD Ben Avery Clay Target Center has been authorized to hold a registered tournament December 12-14, 2014.
General Information
1. Classification/squadding opens at 9:00 AM each day-practice at 8:00 AM.
2. Entries for the first event each day will close at 11:00 AM.
3. Juniors and Sub Juniors will be offered $15 entry fees provided they do
not play any options or purses, courtesy of the Arizona Youth Trapshooting
Association.
4. HOF Attendance Pins for Participants
5. HOF 100/200 Straight Pins on Championship Events
6. Standard Orange Targets will be thrown.
7. If you wish to keep your empty hulls, please pocket them.
8. Popular brands of shells are available in the Clubhouse.
9. Cash or Checks Accepted. Make checks payable to PDC.
10.The HOF Induction Ceremony will take place Saturday following the day’s
events. Refreshments will be served, compliments of the ASTA.
For advanced squadding, please call Paul or Donnie
Paul 602-757-4863 — Donnie 602-725-9088
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3. ATA Rules govern all events. By entering an event, shooters agree to abide
by all ATA Rules and Regulations and to accept all official decisions.
4. This tournament will have five classes in Singles and Doubles, four yardage
groups and five categories. There is no penalty class or yardage. Classification will be in accordance with current ATA Rules and based on the shooter’s
official ATA registered averages and known ability. Please have your average
card up to date to ensure proper classification.
5. If you wish to declare your special category, Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran,
Junior or Sub-junior, you must do so at the time of classification/entry.
Duel category shooters may only declare one category. A special category
shooter whose event score qualifies for a special category trophy is not eligible
for class or yardage trophies. A special category shooter whose event score
does not qualify for a special category trophy is eligible for class or yardage
group trophies. Check your classification receipt to ensure you have been
classified correctly. Changes will not be made after the shooter’s first shot has
been fired unless it is due to a classification error.
7. Ties will be carried over to the next like event. Friday’s Handicap ties will
only be shot off if any of the involved shooters has a yardage change.
8. No shooter will be allowed to make up more than 50 targets on the practice
trap due to missed squads or gun repairs. Make-ups must be completed following the event.
9. Any shooter who has not received monies won during this tournament,
agrees that a check in payment for the money may be mailed to the address
indicated by ATA records. When mailed, neither the Club nor the ASTA will be
liable for any checks lost, stolen, unclaimed, undelivered or otherwise not received by the shooter. Checks not cashed within 90 days will become void.
10. The consumption of alcoholic beverages or drugs prior to shooting in any
event, including shoot-offs and practice, is not allowed and will result in disqualification of any scores shot.
11. Management reserves the right to change/modify the shoot program at
their discretion.
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Roger Coveleskie
2014 Hall of Fame Inductee
Our 48th Enshrinee was born October 1, 1936 in the small Southeastern town of Midway, Ohio - almost, with a gun in his hand. He received his first 22 calibre rifle at the age of nine years and so began
his journey to keen marksmanship by providing his family with wild
game. Grandpa said “don’t shoot it if you won’t eat it” - so, he shot
whatever and the family ate it! He admits to not ever killing an owl or
a skunk -a good choice!
He graduated from St Clairsville High School in 1954 and immediately
headed for northeast Ohio to find employment, other than in the coal
mining industry.
Roger began his machinist career at Great Lakes Manufacturing in
Cleveland, OH where he served an apprenticeship in the aerospace
industry and machined parts for NASA, which are still on the moon.
He also had a hand in developing a Brake Coolant Pump for the Boeing 707 jet aircraft. General Electric in Cleveland was his next place
of employment where as a machinist, he worked as a boring mill operator.
While working in Cleveland, he met Barbara and they married on January 4, 1958. They were blessed with two daughters, Lynn and Nancy.
Lynn shares his enthusiasm for shooting as does granddaughter
Jenna, but not quite to the degree that Roger does. Additions to
Roger’s family include two sons-in-law, 3 grand-children, 3 step-grand
children and 4 step- great-grand kids.
Roger’s first registered shoot was in 1974 at the Cleveland Winchester Gun Club in Hamden, OH. He won the 16-yd Championship
shooting a brand new BT-99 and 8 different kind of shells (because at
the time, he didn’t know any better and no one told him)...And, so his
love of shooting began.
Roger has owned and operated his own manufacturing companies
since 1965. In 1982, he started Quality Replacement Parts, Inc in
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Chardon, OH to manufacture perfected parts for trap and skeet machines and eventually, his own hand set machine. In 1988, Roger and
Barb moved to Litchfield Park, AZ lock, stock, barrel and QRP, Inc.
Repair service was introduced and was widely accepted. Customers
ranged from Hawaii, to New Zealand, Canada to the Panama Canal
Zone, Italy and all places in between. The corporation was the manufacturing distributor for all Remington machines and parts. QRP purchased the Parker Boss Plant out of Wichita, KS and turned it into the
Superior Trap which was sold to Vitron Mfg. in Phoenix, AZ. QRP also
imported and sold GMV SuperStar Machines and manufactured parts
for the Mattarelli and Canterbury Machines. QRP was a 50% partner
with the “Lincoln Sporting Clay Traps” lending Roger’s expertise in the
development of the machine. QRP’s stock in Lincoln was later sold to
his partner, Rod Shyda, who continues to expand the Lincoln product
line to include trap and skeet machines and a full line of sporting clay
equipment.
QRP was sold in 2001 (it continues to operate) and Roger and Barb
retired - from work, not from trapshooting! With too much time on his
hands, (that which was not taken up with golf and trapshooting), he
started a new company, Precision Replacement Parts, Inc. He manufactures replacement parts for trap and skeet guns - in between traveling to as many state shots as he can squeeze in!
Active at the Phoenix Trap and Skeet Club, Roger served on the
Board of Directors, including several years as treasurer, until the club
closed after the 2001 Spring Grand. That was one sad day for many,
many shooters both near and far.
Roger has been shooting registered targets for 40 years with his
trusty K-80 and as of the end of the 2014 target year, has amassed
103,200 Singles, 124,750 Handicap targets,and 90,850 Doubles for a
total of 318,800 registered targets. These targets were shot at 13 different state shoots, 6 different satellite grands and 25+ years of Grand
American attendance.
Welcome Roger, to the Arizona Trapshooting Hall of Fame!
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Year
Event
Major Wins and Accomplishments
Trophy Won
GRAND AMERICAN
2010
Blaser Handicap
Wenig Doubles
2008
Doubles Chmp
AUTUMN GRAND
2013
Prescott Handicap
High Over All
High All Around
2011
Class Singles
Singles Chmp
2006
Singles
2005
Preliminary Singles
2004
High Over All
PRE AUTUMN GRAND
2013
Doubles Chmp
SOUTHWESTERN GRAND
2007
Preliminary Doubles
WESTERN GRAND
2011
Singles Chmp
High All Around
High Over All
Mustang Doubles
Propetro Handicap
Downtown Handicap
2010
Doubles Chmp
Singles Class Chmp
High Over All
High All Around
WESTERN ZONE
2014
Doubles Chmp
High Over All
High All Around
2013
Doubles Chmp
ARIZONA STATE
2014
Doubles Chmp
Class Doubles
High Over All
High All Around
2013
Doubles Chmp
2012
Doubles Chmp
Class Doubles
Preliminary Hdcp
Agave Hdcp
Cholla Doubles
High All Around
2009
Memorial Sgls
Prickly Pear Dbls
ATA SV RU
ATA Class C
ATA SV 3rd Pl
SV RU
Class B
Class B
SV RU
SV RU
Class B
Class B
Class B
Score
96
95
97
96
1125/1200
384
96
198
98
95
SV
98
Class B RU
Class B
Class B
SV RU
SV RU
SV RU
SV
Class B RU
Class B
Class B
194
381
939
94
94
94
97
194
939x1000
385
SV
ATA SV
SV RU
SV
ATA Class A
ATA Class AA
SV
SV
Class A
ATA SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
SV
Class B
Class B
8
94
99
951x1000
388
97
95
98
938x1000
381
97
92
93
97
94
90
936x1000
98
93
(ARIZONA STATE continued)
2008
Singles Chmp
2007
Handicap Chmp
Doubles Chmp
2007
High Over All
High All Around
2006
High All Around
2005
Class Doubles
Singles Chmp
2000
Handicap Chmp
NEW MEXICO STATE
2012
Doubles Chmp
2009
Doubles Chmp
Handicap Chmp
2002
Handicap
MISSISSIPPI STATE
2010
Handicap Chmp
Singles
2007
Doubles
Doubles
MONTANA STATE
2013
Doubles Chmp
Class Doubles
NEVADA STATE
2013
Class Doubles
OHIO STATE
1987
Class Singles
1976
HOA
U.S. OPEN
2006
Doubles Chmp
Preliminary Sgls
LAS VEGAS FALL HANDICAP
2009
Doubles Chmp
2004
Handicap
GOLDEN WEST GRAND
1989
Doubles
ATA SV
ATA 6th Place
A
SV
SV
Vet
Class B
ATA Vet
ATA 4th Place
100
96
99
938
388
379
82
196
Open Class A
Open Champ
Open 5th Place
Open Champ
95
94
97
95
NR SV
NR SV
97
94
Open RU
Open Class B
Open SV
Open RU
Open SV
Class B
Class B
Class B 3rd Place
Vet RU
Class B
Vet
Class A
99
198
828
96
100
96
98
Roger has also won many events in Ohio, Michigan, Florida, Georgia, Southern and
Central Zones, West Virginia, Las Vegas and Reno. Too many to mention here!
Other Accomplishments
2012 ATA All American - Senior Vet 2nd Team
Arizona State Team – 7 Times
Men’s Team – 1992, 1993, 1994
Vet Team – 2002, 2006
SV Team –-2007, 2012 (C)
Served on Phoenix Trap & Skeet Club Board of Directors
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2013 Zone Team Challenge Champions
Central Zone - 1892 x 2000
Gerry Williams, Paradise Valley - 383x400
Vince Bianco, Chandler - 379x400
Dick Newell, Mesa - 379x400
Dick Goerlich, Phoenix - 377x400
Roger Coveleskie, Litchfield Park - 374x400
Year
2013
2012
2011
Open to Arizona Residents only
Northern Zone  Central Zone  Southern Zone
The Zone Team Challenge and Zone HAA runs concurrently with the
Hall of Fame Championship Events comprised of:
200 Singles

50 pr Doubles
 100
Handicap
The Zone Team with the highest combined High All Around score will
claim the Zone Team Challenge title. Each member of the team will receive a custom belt buckle and the team will receive $500.
Each Zone Team must be comprised of five shooters
The same team members must complete the Championship
Zone Team Champions
Zone
Central
Northern
Northern
The 4th Annual
Arizona Zone Team Challenge and
Zone High All Around Championship
Events. Substitutions are not allowed
Score
1892x2000
1881x2000
1904x2000
Zone Team members may shoot on different squads.
There is no limit on the number of teams a Zone can enter
There is no fee to enter the Zone Team Challenge
Zone Team entries will close at the completion of the first 100 targets
on Saturday, December 13. All teams entered at that time are FINAL.
No substitutions allowed for any reason.
Sign up sheets will be on the Bulletin Board or at Classification.
Team members will be responsible for including their squad number
and names on the appropriate Zone sign up sheets.
Zone High All Around Champions
Year
Northern
Central
2013 Tim Robb.....394 Mike Luchetta..386
2012 Tim Robb.....386 Gary Gilmore ...387
2011 Tim Robb.....390 Gerry Williams .386
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Southern
Doug Sims 380
Dick Newell...392
Joel Schram ...383
In the event of a Zone Team tie, the team with the highest combined
handicap score will determine the winner. If not resolved, then the
highest combined doubles score will be used.
Zone High All Around Championship
(400 targets, Championship Singles, Handicap and Doubles)
The top High All Around Shooter from each Zone will be awarded a
custom made belt buckle and $100. (All Zone participants are eligible)
Individual Zone HAA Ties will be shot off.
All questions regarding the Zone Team Challenge should be
directed to an ASTA Director. All decisions are final.
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Friday, December 12, 2014
Classification Opens 9:00 AM  Shoot Starts 10:00 AM
Event #1—Preliminary Singles
100—16 Yard Targets ....................................................$30.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide........$10.00
OPEN TROPHIES
Class AA, A, B, C, D
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Event #2—Preliminary Handicap
100—Handicap Targets ................................................$30.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide......................$10.00
Jackpot Purse split 60/40%, Ties Divide...................................$15.00
OPEN TROPHIES
18-21, 22-24, 25-26, 27 Yardage Groups
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Event #3—Preliminary Doubles
50 Pr—Doubles Targets.....................................................................$30.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide......................$10.00
OPEN TROPHIES
Class AA, A, B, C, D
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Friday’s trophies provided by PDC Group!
Attention Arizona Juniors and Sub-Juniors
Entry fees for this shoot will be $15.00/100,
compliments of the Arizona Youth
Trapshooting Association
(see page 4)
Special Event for the HOF Championship handicap
will be held between events Sunday in the
Clubhouse
NOTE: The number of Lewis Groups may be adjusted based on number of participants.
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Saturday, December 13, 2014
Classification opens at 9:00 AM  Shoot starts at 10:00 AM
Event #4—Hall of Fame Championship Singles
200—16 Yard Targets ....................................................$60.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide........$10.00
Two-Person Team Event, divided 60/40%, ...........$20.00
(Teams must enter under one name)
OPEN TROPHIES
Class AA, A, B, C, D
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony and
Reception following the day’s events - all are invited. Tickets will be drawn for door prizes.
Sunday, December 14, 2014
Classification opens at 9:00 AM  Shoot starts at 10:00 AM
Event #5—Hall of Fame Championship Doubles
50 Pr—Doubles Targets.....................................................................$30.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide......................$10.00
OPEN TROPHIES
Class AA, A, B, C, D
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Event #6—Hall of Fame Championship Handicap
100—Handicap Targets ................................................$30.00
Lewis Purse—3 Groups—60/40%, Ties Divide......................$10.00
Jackpot Purse split 60/40%, Ties Divide...................................$15.00
Special Event............................................................................................$10.00
OPEN TROPHIES
18-21, 22-24, 25-26, 27 Yardage Groups
Lady, Veteran, Senior Veteran, Junior, Sub Junior
Hall of Fame High All Around Championship
(400 Championship Targets)
Open Trophy to Champion plus $100
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2013 Hall of Fame Champions
Championship Singles
AA
A
B
C
D
Lady
Vet
SV
JR
Gerry Williams
Chuck Manning
Rick Durkee
Allyn Kubishke
Stephan Henderson
Cheryl Demulling
Allan Radway
Terry Courtemash
Kadin McDonald
Championship Doubles
AA
A
B
C
D
Lady
Vet
SV
JR
Tim Robb
Robert Barker
Allyn Kubishke
John Robidoux
Anita Feland
Sandy Luchetta
Duncan Chapman
Roger Coveleskie
Kadin McDonald
Championship Handicap
18-21
22-24
25-26
27
Lady
Vet
SV
JR
Patrick Laux
Greg Cobbs
Mike Luchetta
Gerald Demulling
Tiger Volz
Allan Radway
Roger Coveleskie
Kadin McDonald
High All Around
Tim Robb - 394x400
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199
198
193
186
187
198
200
198
198
99
97
97
89
87
98
95
97
83
97
92
94
98
93
96
93
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Arizona State Trapshooting Association
c/o 7445 E Eagle Crest Drive #1025
Mesa, AZ 85207
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