With another week of scores in the Central Clay Crushers trapshooting team is still in fifth place in the 9A conference 1, trailing behind fourth place Park High School and third place Eastview.
On the boys’ side, Mason Milbrand is tied in 20th place with a 22.83 average Carter Clemensen is close behind with a 22.
For the girls,Dana Norman is in fifth with a 19.67 with Lily Schneider in sixth with a 19.17 average. Also in the top 25 of the conference are Teagan Dvorak, Jordana Schutte and Samantha Schoenbauer.
This week Mason Milbrand shot 25 straight targets.
Due to the large increase of participants for 2017, the championship has added an additional day to accompany as many teams and participants as possible.
Schedule includes Class 9A competition on Tuesday, June 20.
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League is offering three $2,000 scholarships to student athletes that are participating in the 2016 spring league. The objectives of the scholarship program is to provide financial assistance for a student that is continuing his/her education after high school and to reward that student seeking a career in environmental sciences or conservation industries.
Parents : Brad and Chris Schauer
How many years on the trap team?: Four
What are your goals this year?: To get my average above 20.
What do you like the best about trapshooting?: It’s fun and relaxing
Other activities: Hunting and fishing.
Parents names: Jeff and Sheila Munsterteiger
How many years on the team?: Two
What are your goals this year?: My goals this year are to improve my average and become a better trap shooter. I would also like to make new friends.
What do you like the best about trap shooting?: Making new friends and learning skills that will last a lifetime
Other activities: 4H.