Please see the 2015 United States Benchrest Hall of Fame points totals attached in Excel format.
The results of both the IBS (Weikert, PA) and NBRSA (St. Louis) Nationals show both some familiar National-level names in shooting, as well as some first-timers bursting onto the scene. At the NBRSA Nationals at St. Louis some of the new names added to he list are Buddy Ross attaining is first point by winning LV 100. Murray Hicks got on the board by winning the HV Grand, giving him his first two points. Then Joe Hynes started out in a big way by attaining four points with his wins at Sporter 100 and the Sporter Grand,along with HV 200.
At the IBS Nationals there was much great shooting with some of the familiar names adding to their totals. Notably, Haley Baker won four points by sweeping both yardages and the grand aggregate in HV. And most notably, young Wyatt Pinehardt won his first of what will undoubtedly be many points with is win at UNL 200.
It it should also be stated the all-time points leader Tony Boyer added to his impressive total with four points a St. Louis with wins at LV 200 and the grand, plus UNL 100 and Sporter 200. These wins brings Tony's career points total to 169.
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