CLC Trap Shooting wins conference, finishes 3rd at Nationals
By Paul Vold firstname.lastname@example.org (11/11/21)
(Brainerd, MN) — Central Lakes College’s Trap Shooting Team had a banner year winning their conference and also placed 3rd at Nationals this season.
The 15-member co-ed team won their first conference championship in program history and competed in the National Tournament, with team members each shooting 100 clay targets at Lakeshore Conservation Club.
Team members Kylie Wolkenhauer and Isaac Malone each shot 97 out of 100. Wolkenhauer earned the High Gun for all females at Nationals and tied her with Malone for the 2nd highest score of the Tournament. Grace Caoucette also earned 1st Place in the Novice category.
Current team members include:
Grant Albers – Dundas, MN
Grace Caouette – Elk River, MN
Colton Gutenkauf – Baxter, MN
Wyatt Herron – Brainerd, MN
Tristan Johnson – Alexandria, MN
Jenna Lawin – Holdingford, MN
Isaac Malone – Willmar, MN
Quinn Mathisten – Howard Lake, MN
Caleb Nurnberger – Staples, MN
Dustin Piotter – Holloway, MN
Lainey Priglmeier – Foley, MN
Megan Tritz – Darwin, MN
Adam Viskocil – Northfield, MN
Edward Volkl – Pillager, MN
Kylie Wolkenhauer – Pequot Lakes, MN
Coaches: Mike Hammer, Erich Heppner, Robb Kolodziej, Mark Robideaux, Nikki Shoutz, and Steven Weagel.