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Burlington native Pat Stacey in 2018 Trapshooting Hall of Fame


January 9, 2019

Pat Stacey grew up in Burlington and is now a longtime resident of Frederick. He was inducted into the 2018 Trapshooting Hall of Fame.

(Editor's note: Pat Stacey is a native of Burlington and now a longtime resident of Frederick with his wife Kendra and family. This piece was written by Stacey Cronk and is on the Trapshooting Hall of Fame website.)

Few ATA shooters begin their ATA careers by participating in a 500-bird doubles marathon, but that is what Patrick Stacey of Frederick, Oklahoma, did. In 1993 he was invited to Kinsley GC in Kansas for the marathon shoot. It was there that Stacey won his first trophy, a novice award for a 95 on the third 100.

It took only four years for Pat to capture his first state title, the...

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