Scores are in!
Looking at the results, I notice that a 5th stage was shot after the Bill Drill, that was said to be the final stage. Myself, Logan Corse and Chandler Corse did not even recieve scores for the Bill Drill (my score was down zero) which I do not understand. I would like to suggest that we start the beginning of the evening with the number of events to be shot so that all competitors will know how to plan. deciding to shoot another COF by consensus after the last stage does not seem like the way to conduct a match. I would also like to see credit and scores for the events that are shot.
Thanks for you feedback. I’m sorry some of your scores didn’t get recorded. I’m not sure how that happened, but in fairness to our scorekeepers, the night’s unusual format made score-keeping a bit of a challenge. As for planning the courses of fire…I wish we could plan at the beginning exactly how many stages we’ll shoot (that would make our jobs a heck of a lot easier!), but since we don’t know how long the stages will take, there’s really no way to plan how many we can shoot ahead of time. Last week we had 27 shooters and shot three stages, this week we had about half that many shooters, and a different format, so we shot more. For future reference, our goal is to give everybody as much bang for their buck, so we normally shoot until 9. For whatever it’s worth, this was a very unusual night because we were shooting a non-standard format in which, to be honest, your scores didn’t necessarily reflect your skill level or performance that much anyway. On normal nights everything is much more predictable and the scores are entirely reflective of your performance. Becasue we shoot 50 matches a year and want to keep things fresh, we occasionally break things up with a non-standard format…and when we do, things are bit harder for us as match directors to predict. Again, my apologies for your disappointment.