Trap teams stays on top of conference standings

By: 
Chad Smith

The Kingsland trap team stayed atop the Class A, Conference 7, standings after week two.

The Knights scored 1,596 points to run their two-week total to 3,244. Second-place Princeton was much closer to the Knights in week two, finishing with 1,562.5 points to up their season total to 2,938 team points (306 behind Kingsland). Kingsland led after week one with 1,648 points to 1,375.5.

Three Knights were each one shy of a perfect day, finishing with 49 birds each. Bradley Grabau and Zachary Hauser were each a perfect 25 for 25 in their second rounds. Nathan Lund also scored a 49, getting a perfect score in his first round.

They weren’t the only Knights above 40 birds (out of a possible 50). Nolan Fetterly added a 47, Carleton Corson a 46, and Connor Eickhoff a 45. Emily Miner and Carson Paul each hit 43 birds, while Luke Howard, Patrick Junge, and Acelee Kohn each scored a 42. Trent Schwinefus hit 39 birds, Bret Musel scored 38, and Caden Reiter added a 37.

Lund currently leads the Boys’ Conference Top Ten Shooters List with a season average of 24.50. Hauser is tied for second (24.00), while Fetterly is tied for fourth (23.75), and Grabau is tied for eighth (23.25). Miner is tied for second on the Girls’ Top Ten Shooters List at 22.25.

Nathan Lund has moved into the Top Ten Overall Boys’ Class A Shooters List, in a tie for fifth place at 24.50.