Join us at Quail Run for our 3rd annual Sporting Clay shoot on August 29nd. Bring a shotgun (owned or borrowed) and some friends to enjoy good food, good company, incredible prizes and best of all, to shoot some guns. Cost of registration includes breakfast, 10 shooting stations with 10 targets each, a raffle ticket for great prizes, dinner and a beer (only if 21 AND done shooting).
The day will start with Check-in at 8am followed by breakfast and a short safety briefing. Foursomes will report to their shooting stations at 10am and we will begin. Their will be prizes for the winning team, and the losing team! You can pay online by clicking “Register” below or you can write us a check the day of the shoot.
Raffle Prizes may include:
Travel/vacation time shares
and much more!
Purchase raffle tickets for a cash drawing!!!
Register as an individual shooter for $75.00:
Register as a Foursome for $285.00:
If you can’t attend and still want to support an amazing program, we would really appreciate any donations. Simply click the amount you would like to donate below and enter your information. Thank you.
Some of the best Cadet (age 15-17) wrestlers in the country competed in the Pan American freestyle and Greco-Roman tournament this past weekend hosted in Guadalajara, Mexico. The US had a strong showing with 7 gold medalists. Among the gold medalist were two Ponderosa Mustangs; Mosha Schwartz and Cohlton Schultz. These young men, who will be freshman in the upcoming 2015-2016, have too many credentials to list and will continue to grow as Mustangs. Watch out for these two, as well as many other Mustangs that have their eyes on gold! The following link details the finals matches of the Pan Am tournament.
On Sunday, June 21st the Ponderosa Wrestling family lost a giant in Steven Kelly. Steven graduated Ponderosa in 2010, and left an impression on our program both on and off the mat that will last forever. There are so many positive things to say about Steven on the mat, but more important was the person that Steven was off the mat.
Steven was an absolute animal on the mat. His work ethic, intensity, focus, and meanness earned him two Colorado State Championships while also winning team state titles as a captain. Steven never had to say much to the team, as his leadership stemmed from his ferocious attacking style on the mat.
Off the mat Steven was humble, goofy, kind, and a man of Christ. EVERYONE liked Steven because he was motivated by helping others. Steven was the perfect storm of ferocity on the mat and humility and kindness off of it.
When I heard the news my heart immediately sunk for the Kelly family. All need to know that Steven is in a better place, but the Kelly family must now move on without Steven. Anyone that knows Dan and Lisa know what tremendous parents and people that they are. I ask that everyone keep the Kelly’s in their prayers.
The funeral service will be held at Southeast Christian Church in Parker on Monday, June 29th at 10 a.m.
God Bless you Steven and the entire Kelly Family.