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LHS/H-BC trap teams post end-of-season awards

Lead Summary
Greg Hoogeveen

LHS Trap Team. Front: Piper Wynia, Fox Forrest, Sawyer Sasker, Jacob Madison, Makayla Oechsle, Jude Hoven
Back: Scott Loosbrock, Andrew Kinsinger, AJ Ossefoort, Samuel Honermann, Tyson Cowell, JT Remme, Lucas Hansen, Nic Hansen, Tucker Remme, Holden Overgaard, Cash Bonnett, Alex DeWispelaere, Jaden Reisch, Liam Murphy, Gavin Hoven, Lucas Madison
Missing: Landon Ahrendt, Morgan Bonnett, Rayann Remme

The Luverne High School trap team finished its regular season placing third in Section 3A - Conference 1 standings.
The Cardinals placed five individuals in the Top 25 shooters in their conference.
In the boys’ competition Samuel Honerman placed 13th with an average score of 22.60 and Tyson Cowell placed 19th with an average score of 22.10.
In the girls’ competition, Piper Wynia placed first with an average score of 22.00, Morgan Bonnett placed ninth with an average score of 16.30, and Makayla Oechsle placed 11th with an average score of 16.20.
At the trap shooting banquet Monday, May 22, individual awards went to Samual Honerman for top male shooter, Piper Wynia for top female shooter, Makayla Oechsle for most improved, and Cole Buss was named rookie of the year.
The Hills-Beaver Creek High School trap team finished its season placing sixth in Section 3A - Conference 3.
H-BC had three individuals place in the Top 25 of the conference finals.
Luke Fuerstenberg placed 11th with an average score of 22.80 and Sawyer Bosch placed 23rd with an average score of 22.00 in the boys’ finals.
Olivia Bork placed 22nd with an average score of 14.80 in the girls’ finals.
At a recent awards ceremony coaches presented awards to the team.
Top 10 finishers and average scores on the Patriots team were: Luke Fuerstenberg, first, 22.8; Sawyer Bosch, second, 22; Jack Moser, third, 21.3; Maddox Metzger, fourth, 20.8; Gunnar Bork, fifth, 20.7; Alex Harris, sixth, 20.7; Cameron Allen, seventh, 20.4; Brekken Boen, eighth, 20.2; Cooper Gehrke, ninth, 20.0; Clayton Kellenberger, 10th, 19.8.
Most improved average for the boys were Max Sammons and John Tiesler who tied for a 24.67 percent increase in average scores.
For the girls, Karis Dwire’s scores improved by an average of 21.33 percent, which earned her the title of most improved average.

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