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Schroeder is top gun for PL trap shooting team

The Pequot Lakes trap shooting team is second in Conference 7 of Class A while Pine River-Backus is third in Conference 5 of Class AA after two weeks of competition.

The Tigers’ Shane Sepin, with a season average round of 24, and the Patriots’ Zach Lyonais, with a 23, are currently among the top 100 overall shooters in the state out of 6,100 total students.

At Week 2 of competition on Sunday, April 27, Pequot Lakes’ freshman David Schroeder earned top gun honors as he shot 44 out of 50 at Lakeshore Conservation Club.

Other top Pequot Lakes shooters were Zach Lyonais with 41, Christian Burnett 40, Sam Wallace and Erik Olson 39, Jacob Roubal and Trenton Beyer 38, and Chris Newton and Kirk Johnson 37.

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