Several Rebels Celebrated At GARC Banquet

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Keely Stankey
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Feb. 24, 2012

OXFORD, Miss. – Following the opening day of the 2012 Great America Rifle Conference Championships (GARC), the conference held a banquet Friday night at the Oxford Convention Center to recognize athletes from the conference for their accomplishments during the 2011-12 regular season.

The banquet witnessed several Ole Miss shooters earn conference honors and team recognition.

Sophomore Melissa Quartarone was selected to the GARC Smallbore second team, while senior Keely Stankey was an honorable mention selection in the same field.

In the GARC Air Rifle category, Stankey and Quartarone each were chosen to the second team, and sophomore Abbey Stanec received honorable mention honors.

The Rebel tandem of Quartarone and Stankey also were selected to the second team Combined All-GARC team.

Junior Kim Coffey represented Ole Miss as the Rebel Scholar Athlete of the Year.

The GARC Championships continue at the Patricia C. Lamar National Guard Readiness Center Saturday morning beginning at 7:30 a.m. with team smallbore competition.

GARC AWARDS

Smallbore All-Conference

1st Team

Petra Zublasing - WVU

Kelly Buck - Army

Emily Holsoppie - Kentucky

Henri Junghanel - Kentucky

Dan Hermsmeler - Memphis

2nd Team

Ethan Settlemires - Kentucky

Joesph Todaro - Army

Michael Matthews - Army

Melissa Quartarone - Ole Miss

Justin Pentz - WVU

Honorable Mention

Thomas Kyanko - WVU

Heather Greathouse - Kentucky

Keely Stankey - Ole Miss

William Mengon - Army

Amy Bock - WVU

Taylor Ciotola - WVU

Air Rifle All-Conference

1st Team

Petra Zublasing - WVU

Emily Holsoppie - Kentucky

Henri Junghanel - Kentucky

Stacy Wheatley - Kentucky

Ethan Settlemires - Kentucky

2nd Team

Richard Calvin - Army

Keely Stankey - Ole Miss

Melissa Quartarone - Ole Miss

Heather Greathouse - Kentucky

Kelly Audet - Memphis

Justin Pentz - WVU

Honorable Mention

Katie Fretts - Kentucky

Dan Hermsmeler - Memphis

Janine Dutton - Nebraska

Michael Kullbacki - WVU

Abbey Stanec - Ole Miss

Combined All Conference

1st Team

Petra Zublasing - WVU

Emily Holsopple - Kentucky

Henri Junghanel - Kentucky

Ethan Settlemires - Kentucky

Kelly Buck - Army

2nd Team

Dan Hermsmeier - Memphis

Melissa Quartarone - Ole Miss

Keely Stankey - Ole Miss

Justin Pentz - WVU

Heather Greathouse - Kentucky

Honorable Mention

Stacy Wheatley - Kentucky

Richard Calvin - Army

Thomas Kyanko - WVU

Meelis Kiisk - WVU

Michael Matthews - Army

Katie Fretts - Kentucky

Shooter of the Year: Petra Zublasing - WVU

Rookie of the Year: Thomas Kyanko - WVU

Senior of the Year: Ethan Settlemires - Kentucky

Coach of the Year: Keith Miller - NC State

Sportsmanship Award: West Virginia

Scholar Athletes of the Year

Ole Miss - Kim Coffey

Nebraska - Sunny Russell

Army - Chris Malachosky

Kentucky - Stacy Wheatley

WVU - Thomas Kyanko

Memphis - James Zaken

NC State - Bryan Cross

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