Central Clay Crushers remain in fifth after second week

Samantha Schoenbauer

With the week two scores in, the Central Clay Crushers trapshooting team is still in fifth place in the conference trailing behind fourth place Park High School and third Place  Eastview.
On the boys’ side, Carter Clemensen  is tied in 17th place with a 23 average and Mason  Milbrand tied for 20th in the  conference with 22.75 average.
On the girls’ side, Dana Norman is tied for fourth with Lily Schneider with a 19.75 average.  Also in the top 25 of the Conference are  Jordana Schutte, Teagan Dvorak, and Samantha Schoenbauer.

Athlete Profiles
Samantha Schoenbauer
Parents: Eric and Robynne Schoenbauer
Grade: Sophomore
What are your goals this year?: To have fun and get better.
What do you like the best about trapshooting?: Everyone cheers you on and helps you do better.
Other activities:  4H, FFA, one-act play, showing cattle and livestock judging.

Matthew Johnson
Parents: Scott and Tracy Johnson
Grade: Seniors
How many years on the team?: Three
What are your goals this year?: To beat my teammate Mason Milbrand and shoot a 50 straight targets
What do you like the best about trap shooting?: Being outside, hanging out with my friends and shooting trap
Other activities: Hanging out with my girlfriend, being outdoors, hunting, fishing and baseball.
Plans after high school: I plan on attending Dakota County Technical College  to become an electrical lineman