Crook County's NJROTC makes good showing at Northwest Conference<BR>
Created on Sunday, 22 April 2001 17:00 | Written by Bill Sheehy |
The members of the Crook County High School NJROTC drill team are, from top left: Jeff martin, Colin Dickson, Garrett Dickson, Shawn Fail, Dan Munjar, James Taylor, David Hughes, Brian Fullerton, Keith Myers, Nick Grant, Anthony Longoria, Lisel Shupbach, Josh Haskins, Sean Knox, Dustin Palmer, Tristin Hankins, Rebecca Lewis, Josh Jackson, Jake Fields, Anthony Marquez, Corine Maye and Shane Rytling. Close on the tail of their trip to the National Field Meet in Pensacola, Florida, the Crook County High School NJROTC drill team took on more competition. The team traveled to Everett, Washington last weekend for the Northwest Drill & Rifle Conference. This time, instead of only Naval ROTC squads competing, the 2001 Regional Championships included Marine, Army, Navy and Air Force drill teams. The two dozen or so drill teams taking part were from high schools representing communities all over Washington state and Oregon. Bob Palmer, assistant to the local NJROTC's Master Chief Donny Jackson, reported that once again the CCHS drill team stood out.