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|| The Winners
News [ October, 2017 ]
The clip contest is judged by SportsShooter.com members. The following images are the winners for the month of October, 2017.

October, 2017 [ recent winners ] << previous next >>
Second Place: "Cranberry Harvest"
Darryl Dyck/Freelance | A worker pulls one end of a boom while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. It will take two to three weeks to completely harvest the five bogs on the farm with an expected yield of approximately 450,000 kilograms of cranberries according to Travis Hopcott, son of the owner. The third generation farm was purchased by his grandfather in 1932 for $9,000. Copyright: Darryl Dyck/The Globe and Mail


|| October, 2017
The "Shooter's Choice" Award,
Winner "Firing Surf" , K.C. Alfred

Sports Action
First Place "Unraveling Tackle", Matthew Hinton
Second Place "Turf Trail", Chris Cornell
Third Place "Out at Third", Kevin M. Cox

Sports Feature
First Place "Foggy hockey player", K.C. Alfred
Second Place "I Got It", Rhona Wise
Third Place "Game winning kicker", Matthew Hinton

Feature
First Place "Blue Hole", Darryl Dyck
Second Place "Woman in Red", K.C. Alfred
Third Place "Window Work", Darryl Dyck

News
First Place "In the Line of Duty", Matthew Hinton
Second Place "Cranberry Harvest", Darryl Dyck
Third Place "Comfort for the Homeless", Ron Johnson
Look first; See first; Think first: so many things to do at once! keep shooting ::..